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Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer conceded Tuesday evening in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary, saying he would endorse Secretary of State Kris Kobach a week after their neck-and-neck finish threatened to send the race to a recount.
The state attorney general says Trump Tower is taking water from the Chicago River and releasing it "without any regard" to the environmental impact.
At least a half dozen Pentagon staffers have been interviewed about Dana White's behavior, which allegedly also included booking personal grooming appointments.
The justices were impeached over extravagant spending decried on both sides of the aisle. But some Democrats suspect there's more to the story.
An official warned that "an immense tragedy" appeared to be unfolding.
The White House press secretary said Tuesday she's never heard him say the word, though she acknowledged that she had never asked him the question directly.
"I went through it all and made the legal decision that that is the charge that we could prove," said Pinellas County State Attorney Bernie McCabe.
Three months after the Supreme Court overturned a law prohibiting states from legalizing sports betting, a few states have begun accepting wagers.
More than 1,000 child victims were identifiable from the church's own records, according to the report.
Pushing the theory on to bigger platforms proved to be the key to Qanon's spread — and the originators' financial gain.
"We never imagined the lengths they would go to cheat all the people who built Tinder," the company's former CEO said.
Last week, Maxim Neverov, 16, became the first minor charged under Russia's "gay propaganda" law. He told NBC News this will not stop his LGBTQ activism.
At least 24 people were killed and another 19 injured when a bus careened into another vehicle at high speed and overturned on a highway near Ecuador's capital Tuesday, officials reported.
A well-run national security apparatus is essential to a well-run White House. This administration does not appear to have either.
The Trump-bashing attorney says 2020 presidential race will be a battle of personalities, not ideas.
Packed with interactive features and social media appeal, pop-up exhibits have taken major cities by storm, allowing visitors to step into another world.
"I am a German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose," said Mesut Özil, who recently quit the national soccer team, citing racism.