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Trump Taps Richard Grenell As Acting Director Of National Intelligence
Leaked Data Reveals China Detained Uighurs Due To Their Religion
Nevada's Diversity Changes The Race — But Will It Change The Outcome?
Syracuse University Students Renew Calls For Officials To Resign
Court: Florida Felons Can Register To Vote Despite Unpaid Fines, Fees
George Zimmerman Suing Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg
Mike Bloomberg Faces Backlash For Previous Support Of Stop-And-Frisk
How Effective Is Social Media At Stopping Coronavirus Misinformation?
U.S. Attorney General Questions If Tech Industry Law Is Still Relevant
Harry And Meghan May Have To Stop Using The Word 'Royal' In Branding
U.K. To Close Its Borders To Unskilled Workers, Non-English Speakers
China Orders 3 Wall Street Journal Reporters To Leave The Country
Pentagon Policy Official Resigns At President Trump's Request
Massachusetts Lawmaker Charged With Embezzling Campaign Funds
N.C. Voter ID Law Blocked For Discriminating Against African Americans
Foreign Objects Discovered In Some Boeing 737 Max Fuel Tanks
U.S. Designates Five Chinese Media Outlets As Foreign Missions
Quarantine Ends For Those Still Aboard Cruise Ship In Japan
Blagojevich Returns To Chicago After Trump Commutes Prison Sentence
Dream Jobs: Firefighter
Thousandths Of A Percentage Point Separation In Iowa Recanvass
Mexican Lawmakers Propose Tougher Sentences For Femicide
DOJ Says Attorney General William Barr Is Not Thinking About Resigning
Student Athletes Would Get More Transfer Freedom Under NCAA Plan
Study Links Mediterranean Diet To Health Benefits In Older People
Judge Declines To Delay Roger Stone's Sentencing
SpaceX Will Send Civilians Into Space To Break World Record
Washington Roundup: Are Caucuses Going Out Of Style?
Look Inside A Lab Racing To Develop A Coronavirus Vaccine
Connecticut And Maryland Consider Bills Banning 'Lunch Shaming'
Chicago Leaders Condemn Deployment Of Elite Border Patrol Units
'I Don't Know How To Stop Them' — When Robots Take Las Vegas Jobs
Trump Commutes Sentence Of Former IL Gov. Rod Blagojevich
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Wins Reelection
Jury To Begin Deliberations In Weinstein's NY Sexual Assault Case
Bolton Says He Hopes White House Doesn't 'Suppress' His Book
Heavy Rain In Mississippi Causes Flooding, Forces Evacuations
Dutch Court Orders Russia To Pay $50B For Dismantled Oil Company
Israeli Court Sets Date For Netanyahu's Corruption Trial
California To Issue Apology For Internment Of Japanese Americans
Why Are More Women Dying From Alcohol Use?
Trump Administration Waives Federal Laws For Border Wall Construction
Boris Johnson Aide Resigns Over Controversial Comments
Judges To Hold Meeting After DOJ's Intervention In Roger Stone Case
Mike Bloomberg Qualifies For Democratic Debate
Boy Scouts Of America Files For Bankruptcy Protection
What To Expect During The 'First In The West' Caucus
Petitions Demand Investigation Of Tabloids After Reality Star's Death
Apple Says iPhone Production, Sales Are Down Due To Coronavirus
Americans Return To U.S. After Coronavirus Is Found On Cruise Ship
NY's Bail Reform Law Could Face Rollbacks Weeks After Taking Effect
Forecasters Predict More Rain Following Major Floods In Mississippi
After Evelyn Yang Spoke Out, Dozens More Women Accused OB-GYN Of Abuse
SpaceX Has Launched Another Batch Of Satellites Into Orbit
Jeff Bezos Commits At Least $10 Billion To Fight Climate Change
Nevada's New Plan For Caucusing Raises Security Concerns
Facebook Is Now Letting Political Campaigns Sponsor 'Branded Content'
Iran's President Says Talks Are Possible If U.S. Rejoins Nuclear Deal
Separating Fact From Fiction About The Coronavirus Outbreak
China May Postpone Annual Legislative Meeting Over Coronavirus
Pier 1 Imports Files For Chapter 11 Protections
GM to Cease Operations In Australia, New Zealand, Thailand
Calif. Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Employees For Exit Searches
Coronavirus Raises New Humanitarian Concerns Around North Korea
Immigration Judges Union Calls For Courts' Independence From DOJ
U.S. Watchdog To Look Into Trump's $28B Farm Bailout
Virginia Lawmakers Reject Ban On Sale Of Assault Weapons
Air Force Allows For Turbans, Hijabs And Beards In Dress Code Update
Federal Prosecutors Consider New Charges Against Lev Parnas
EU Ends Mission To Crack Down On Migrant Smuggling In Mediterranean
14 Americans Evacuated From Cruise Ship Test Positive For Coronavirus
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Work Requirements For Medicaid
Passenger Let Off Cruise Ship In Cambodia Diagnosed With Coronavirus
U.S. Begins Evacuating Americans From Quarantined Cruise Ship
Denver Mayor To Veto Legislation Repealing Pit Bull Ban
Over 1,100 Justice Department Alumni Call For A.G. Bill Barr To Resign
BLM Planning 11K Miles Of Fuel Breaks To Control Great Basin Wildfires
CNN: U.S. Officials Reassure Afghanistan It Will Not 'Abandon Them'
Ukraine's President Disputes Trump's Assertion It's A Corrupt Country
CBP To Send Officers To Sanctuary Cities In Arrest Operation
5 U.S. Cities To Test Flu Patients For Coronavirus
San Diego County Declares Public Health Emergency Over Coronavirus
NEC Director Says New Tax Cuts Will Likely Roll Out By September
Coronavirus Fears Slow Down Chinatown Businesses
Parkland Survivors Demand Action On Shooting's 2nd Anniversary
Michael Avenatti Convicted On All Counts In Nike Extortion Case
New Research Shows COVID19 Spreads Easily In Hospitals
Delta Air Lines Commits $1 Billion To Curb Its Carbon Emissions
Italy Refuses Immunity For Right-Wing Leader Charged In Migrants Case
Congressman: White House Report On Soleimani 'Contradicts' President
Government Will Not Charge Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe
Elizabeth Warren Sees Path Forward In Super Tuesday States
Los Angeles County To Dismiss Nearly 66,000 Marijuana Convictions
U.S. Reportedly Reaches Truce With Taliban In Afghanistan
What The Fact: A Guide To Primary Voting
Massive Asteroid To Pass Within 3.6M Miles Of Earth On Saturday
New York City Police Officers Are Warned Of 'Credible Threat'
Animated GIFs Have Major Reach — And Television Is Capitalizing On It
Calif. Man Exonerated After Years In Jail, Thanks To Genetic Genealogy
Oklahoma To Resume Lethal Injections After 5-Year Break