Trump Sues to Keep His White House Records From Jan. 6 Panel
Jayapal and Manchin meet for first time as negotiations on spending bill ramp up
The two lawmakers laid out their priorities for the bill but did not get into a heated back-and-forth over how to resolve their differences in the bill, a source said.
At last! "History of the World Part II" is finally being made – prepare for “phoney baloney stories"
It's good to be the king again! Mel Brooks will make the long-awaited sequel to his 1981 film as a series for Hulu
A man was ambushed by US marshals at his hotel room after being mistaken for missing person Brian Laundrie
Severin Beckwith was napping in his hotel room when US marshals kicked down his door mistaking him for Gabby Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie.
North Korea fires projectile into seas near Japan
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Tuesday that North Korea had launched an unidentified projectile toward the East Sea, the body of water located between the Korean peninsula and Japan.English-language newspaper, The Korea Herald reported that...
Lawyers for Donald Trump claim he never defamed Summer Zervos, who accused him of sexual assault in 2016
Zervos, who appeared on "The Apprentice," claimed Trump kissed her against her will and later groped her in a California hotel.
Colin Powell dies: Marcia Hines pays tribute to U.S. politician cousin
North Korea launches identified projectile, South Korean military says
‘He lied’: Iraqis still blame Powell for role in Iraq war
North Korea fires ballistic missile into sea in latest test
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North Korea fired an unidentified projectile into the sea, South Korea says
New York Man Posing as Rescue Organization Charged With Trafficking Exotic African Cats
Jury selection underway in trial of 3 men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery
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Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault
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Is this the beginning of a wave of Democratic retirements?
Fact check: California trucking regulations aren't to blame for cargo backlog