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Jail Workers Subpoenaed In Jeffrey Epstein Investigation
'Faithless Electors' Aren't Anything New, But Now They Have More Sway
CDC Warns Of New Salmonella Strain Resistant To Antibiotics
Google Proposes New Open Data Protection Standards
Utah To Abandon State-Run Medical Marijuana Dispensary System
Illinois Governor Signs The Immigrant Tenant Protection Act Into Law
Ruling In Johnson & Johnson Opioid Suit Expected Monday
U.S. Attorneys General, Phone Companies Team Up To Stop Robocalls
What California Data Tells Us About 'Red Flag' Laws And Mass Shootings
Will Trump's Green Card Rule Benefit Taxpayers Or Hurt The Economy?
What Happens Next To Sony, Disney And 'Spider-Man'?
Mitch McConnell Defends The Senate Filibuster In Op-Ed
N. Korea Says It Won't Talk Denuclearization Until 'Hostile' Moves End
President Trump Drops Plan To Cut Billions In Foreign Aid
Fmr. CIA Counterterrorism Chief Defends Secret Black Sites
Dream Jobs: Translator
A Look At The Possible Impact Of Ending Birthright Citizenship
Most Rohingya Refugees In Bangladesh Are Refusing To Return To Myanmar
Voters In Key Pa. County Discuss The 2020 Election and President Trump
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Announces 2020 Gubernatorial Run
Trump Confirms Secret Talks With Top Venezuelan Officials
WHO Says More Research Is Needed On Microplastics In Drinking Water
John Hickenlooper Is Running For The U.S. Senate
Iran Unveils New Long-Range Missile Defense System
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Gets Trial Date For Discrimination Lawsuit
Court Rules Electoral College Members Can Deviate From Popular Vote
China Issues Another Warning Over Upcoming U.S. Tariffs
The Link Between Cost And Quality In American Health Care
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Ends 2020 Presidential Bid
U.S. Mayors Oppose Plan To Revise SNAP
Trump Cancels Student Debt For Thousands Of Veterans With Disabilities
U.S. Olympic Committee Punishes Medalists For Protests At Pan-Am Games
How Facebook Makes Money Off Your Data
President Trump Says Russia Should Be Readmitted To G-7
New Rule Would Extend How Long Migrant Families Can Be Detained
2020 Candidates Spotlight Cases Of Missing Native American Women
Rainforest Fires Fill Brazil's Skies With Smoke, Fanning Climate Fears
President Trump Calls Democratic Jews 'Disloyal' To Israel
Boris Johnson Gets A New Deadline In Brexit Talks With The EU
U.S. And Mexico Reach Draft Deal To End Tomato Tariff Disagreement
Trump Administration Considering Ending Birthright Citizenship
Harvey Weinstein's Attorney Wants Trial Moved Out Of New York City
The Federal Deficit Is Growing Faster Than Previously Predicted
Spider-Man Might Be Swinging Out Of The Marvel Cinematic Universe
How Adaptive Climbing Is Helping Veterans Fight PTSD
Major League Soccer Will Kick Off In St. Louis in 2022
'It's In Our Blood' — 1 Family's Story Living In An Oil/Gas Risk Zone
Facebook Unveils New Data Privacy Tool
Walmart Blames Rooftop Fires On Tesla's Solar Panels
Rural Areas Turn To Student Debt Repayment To Curb Population Decline
Cardinal George Pell Loses Appeal Against Child Sex Abuse Conviction
March For Our Lives Unveils Ambitious Gun Control Plan
Trump Scraps Denmark Trip, Cites PM Refusal To Discuss Greenland Sale
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Resigns Amid Department Allegations
San Francisco's FogCam Will Be Switched Off After 25 Years
The New Space Command Will Officially Be Up And Running Aug. 29
CNN: 737 MAX Panel To Recommend Changes To FAA Certification Process
Trump Administration Formally Approves F-16 Sales To Taiwan
FEC Asks Trump To Stop Making 'Baseless' Allegations Of Voter Fraud
California Police Push For Training On New Use-Of-Force Standards
Groups Sue ICE Over 'Deplorable' Health Care In Detention Facilities
Twitter, Facebook Make Two Different Crackdowns On Chinese Propaganda
White House Denies Payroll Tax Cut Plan Is In The Works — For Now
President Trump Pivots On Gun Reform — Again
Michigan Steel Plant Reportedly Planning Temporary Layoffs
Facebook Releases Audit Amid Allegations Of Anti-Conservative Bias
NYT Reports ISIS Is Making A Comeback In Iraq, Syria
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte Announces His Resignation
U.S. Considers Issuing More Farm Visas To Boost Guatemala Asylum Deal
1.4 Million Live In High-Risk Zones Near Oil And Gas Production
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Asks EU To Scrap 'Backstop' Agreement
U.S. Extends North Korea Travel Ban For Another Year
Lam Says She Wants To Start 'Dialogue' With Hong Kong Protesters
Blowout (Trailer)
Clashes Between Zimbabwe Government, Opposition Party Persist
DOD Identifies U.S. Soldier Killed In Saudi Arabia
Jeffrey Epstein Reportedly Signed His Will Just Days Before His Death
Facebook, Twitter Remove 'Deceptive' Accounts Attacking HK Protests
Leaked UK Report Predicts Disaster If No-Deal Brexit Goes Through
U.S. Tests Ground Launch Missile After Withdrawing From INF Treaty
Survey: 3 In 4 Economists Believe U.S. Will Enter Recession By 2021
CDC Investigates Possible Link Between Vaping And Lung Disease
Hong Kong Protesters Hold Peaceful March After Chaotic Demonstrations
Acting Bureau Of Prisons Director Removed After Epstein's Suicide
Philadelphia Mayor Vows Action On Guns, But State Laws May Block Him
NYPD Commissioner Fires Officer Who Put Eric Garner In A Chokehold
How Withdrawing From Title X Would Affect Planned Parenthood
U.N. Calls For More Humanitarian Aid For Venezuelan Refugees
21 New Measles Cases Reported In The U.S. As Of Last Week
Study: Sites That Push Disinformation Make $235M A Year In Ad Money
Dream Jobs: Happy Hour Entrepreneur
U.S. Will Continue Allowing Some Transactions With China's Huawei
Trump Confirms He Wants To Buy Greenland — And It's Not Unheard Of
Iranian Oil Tanker Leaves Gibraltar For Greece
1.7 Million Protesters Marched Peacefully Through Hong Kong Sunday
Report: States Shouldn't Bank On Marijuana Tax Revenue
'Good Boys' Takes No. 1 At The Box Office And Makes Some Movie History
Sudan Army And Civilian Protest Leaders Sign Power-Sharing Deal
Russia Vows Not To Deploy New Missiles Unless U.S. Deploys Them First
Bombing In Kabul Kills At Least 63 People, Injures 180 Others