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Police said that the knife-and-car attack that killed three people and injured 29 others was "inspired by international terrorism."
It's high drama as GOP leaders still don't know if they have the votes to pass their health care bill. Here's an explainer.
Republican Sen. John McCain said partisan fighting had cost Congress its credibility to investigate Russian interference the election.
Most of the more than 300 people who lost their lives when the Sewol sank on April 16, 2014 were students on a high school trip.
The woman 'became entangled in security features affixed to the top of the fence, suspending them in the air,' a Secret Service official said.
Previously, the top Democrat on the House Intel Committee said the evidence was 'circumstantial.' Now, he says, there's more.
Before much of Tacoma, Washington wakes up, Florence Rigney, 91, is already out the door. Placing her coffee in a cup-holder, she drives herself to Tacoma General Hospital, where she has worked as a nurse for more than 70 years.
Democrats and Republicans alike assailed the FBI on Wednesday for its use of facial recognition software to identify potential suspects.
Democrats say President Donald Trump's pick for the supreme court sidestepped questions about his opinions on the most contentious legal issues.
James Harris Jackson, 28, told police he'd harbored feelings of hatred toward black men for at least 10 years. 'The reason he picked New York is because it's the media capital of the world and he wanted to make a statement,' Assistant Chief William Aubrey said.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who was allegedly gang raped in a Facebook Live video said she no longer feels safe in her neighborhood after receiving online threats.
Rep. Devin Nunes, House Intel Committee chair, said the conversations of Trump team members may've been captured "incidentally." An explainer.
In October, MI5 Director General Andrew Parker said that British spies had foiled 12 attempted terrorist attacks on the U.K. since June 2013.
Long after the last SoundCloud downloads have succumbed to the second law of thermodynamics, and the final music CD has been digested by polycarbonate-eating bacteria, Chuck Berry will still be rocking.
Democrats typically have trouble recruiting for statehouse races. Now they're having trouble keeping up with people who want to run.
Gorsuch is expected to occupy approximately the same ideological space as Scalia if confirmed. He would even be slightly to Scalia's right.