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    Republican Health Care Vote: Everything You Need to Know

    Republican Health Care Vote: Everything You Need to Know


    President Donald Trump and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price walk to a meeting with House Republicans on...

    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.
    South Korean Ferry That Sank 3 Years Ago Lifted From Sea

    South Korean Ferry That Sank 3 Years Ago Lifted From Sea


    The sunken Sewol ferry is raised during its salvage operations on the sea off Jindo, South Korea, on March 23,...

    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.
    Shoelaces Foil White House Fence Jumper Found Dangling

    Shoelaces Foil White House Fence Jumper Found Dangling


    A security fence warns would-be intruders away from the White...

    The woman 'became entangled in security features affixed to the top of the fence, suspending them in the air,' a Secret Service official said.
    Schiff: 'More Than Circumstantial Evidence' on Trump Camp, Russia

    Schiff: 'More Than Circumstantial Evidence' on Trump Camp, Russia


    U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-CA, ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, arrives at a press conference to respond to committee chairman Devin Nunes's comments earlier in the day about incidental collection of communications...

    Previously, the top Democrat on the House Intel Committee said the evidence was 'circumstantial.' Now, he says, there's more.
    Meet Florence Rigney, America's 'Oldest Working Registered Nurse'

    Meet Florence Rigney, America's 'Oldest Working Registered Nurse'


    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...

    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.
    Facial Recognition Databases Give Congress the Creeps

    Facial Recognition Databases Give Congress the Creeps


    An androgynous base image and an experimental analysis of the same...

    Democrats and Republicans alike assailed the FBI on Wednesday for its use of facial recognition software to identify potential suspects.
    Democrats Accuse Gorsuch of Skirting Major Legal Questions

    Democrats Accuse Gorsuch of Skirting Major Legal Questions


    WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 21: Judge Neil Gorsuch testifies during the second day of his Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, March 21, 2017 in Washington. Gorsuch was...

    Democrats say President Donald Trump's pick for the supreme court sidestepped questions about his opinions on the most contentious legal issues.
    White Army Vet Traveled to NYC Just to Kill a Black Man: NYPD

    White Army Vet Traveled to NYC Just to Kill a Black Man: NYPD


    James Harris Jackson is escorted out of a police precinct in New York, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Police said Jackson, accused of fatally stabbing a black man in New York City, told investigators he traveled from Baltimore specifically to attack black...

    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.

    U.K. Spies Warned Attack Was 'Highly Likely'


    A front view of the bus which was destroyed by a bomb in London is seen on July 8,...

    In October, MI5 Director General Andrew Parker said that British spies had foiled 12 attempted terrorist attacks on the U.K. since June 2013.
    Are the Aliens Already Chuck Berry Fans?

    Are the Aliens Already Chuck Berry Fans?


    Carl Sagan championed the inclusion of Berry's 1958 hit "Johnny B. Goode" on the Voyager Golden Record, and sent the rock and roll pioneer a letter to thank him for the impact his music had here on...

    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.
    How Gorsuch Compares to Scalia, in One Chart

    How Gorsuch Compares to Scalia, in One Chart


    Gorsuch is expected to occupy approximately the same ideological space as Scalia if confirmed. He would even be slightly to Scalia's...

    Gorsuch is expected to occupy approximately the same ideological space as Scalia if confirmed. He would even be slightly to Scalia's right.
    Cops Without Guns Protect London Amid Terror Fears

    Cops Without Guns Protect London Amid Terror Fears


    An armed police officer on duty in London earlier this...

    While America's police have become increasingly militarized, the British tradition of unarmed "bobbies-on-the-beat" has endured.