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House Passes Legislation To Classify Lynching As A Federal Hate Crime
President Trump On Coronavirus: Risk To American Public Remains Low
Author Mikki Kendall Tells Newsy About Her New Book, 'Hood Feminism'
Court Rules The DOJ Can Withhold Grants From 'Sanctuary Jurisdictions'
Louisiana Governor Asks Judge To Resign Over Her Use Of Racial Slurs
Schumer Wants Probe Into Acting DNI Nominee's Foreign Work
Joe Biden Gets Coveted Endorsement From Rep. James Clyburn
U.S. Soldier Stationed In South Korea Has The Coronavirus
Harvey Weinstein Plans To Appeal New York Conviction
2 Americans' Experience In Quarantine Over The Coronavirus
39 States To Investigate Juul's Marketing Practices
Containing Coronavirus Could Affect The Availability Of Other Drugs
Why This Burned-Out Immigration Judge Quit Her Job
U.S. Kills Al-Shabab Leader With Ties To Manda Bay Attack
Investigation Concludes Opera Star Plácido Domingo Harassed Women
India To Purchase $3 Billion Worth Of Military Equipment From U.S.
Sanders Reveals $1.5 Trillion Universal Child Care Plan
TurboTax Maker Intuit Acquires Credit Karma For $7.1 Billion
Friends, Fans Pay Tribute To Kobe Bryant
TSA Bans Employees From Using TikTok In Fear Of Security Risks
Bryant's Wife Files Wrongful Death Suit Against Helicopter Company
Jussie Smollett Pleads Not Guilty To New Charges For The Same Incident
Cherokee Nation Is First U.S. Tribe To Store Seeds In 'Doomsday' Vault
SCOTUS Will Hear Case Involving Same-Sex Foster Parents
Judge Declines To Recuse Herself From Roger Stone's Case
Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange's Extradition Hearing Has Started
New 'Public Charge' Rule Could 'Profoundly' Change Legal Immigration
Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty Of Rape, Criminal Sexual Act
NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Dies At Age 101
NYPD Says It Will Overhaul Its Rules For Collecting DNA
The CDC Is Preparing For Possibility Of A Coronavirus Outbreak In U.S.
Taliban, U.S. Begin Temporary Truce Seeking To End War In Afghanistan
Wells Fargo Agrees To Pay $3 Billion Fine Over Fake Account Scandal
Remembering Malcolm X 55 Years Later
Twitter Considering New Methods To Curb Misinformation
How Can U.S. Businesses Handle Coronavirus Concerns In The Workplace?
Defense Department IT Agency Reports Data Breach
Diane Rehm On The 'Right-To-Die' Movement And Her New Book
Los Angeles Times Offers Buyout Deals To Some Employees
Nearly 800 Soldiers Return Home After Sudden Deployment To Middle East
U.S. Women's National Team Asks For $66.7M In Soccer Federation Suit
Illinois Bill Could Halt Religious Exemptions For Child Immunizations
Chicago Program Proven To Cut Youth Arrests Years After Program Ends
Florida Lawmakers Pass Parental Consent Bill On Underage Abortion
Appeals Court Blocks Mississippi's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Ban
The CEO Of Victoria's Secret's Parent Company Is Stepping Down
Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia Lawmaker's Home Address
Roger Stone Sentenced To 40 Months Behind Bars
Esper Visits Air Bases To Highlight Need For Nuclear Modernization
California Gov. Gavin Newsom Announces Plan To Fight Homelessness
Democratic Presidential Candidates Clash In Tense Las Vegas Debate
Trump Taps Richard Grenell As Acting Director Of National Intelligence
Syracuse University Students Renew Calls For Officials To Resign
George Zimmerman Suing Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg
China Orders 3 Wall Street Journal Reporters To Leave The Country
Pentagon Policy Official Resigns At President Trump's Request
Foreign Objects Discovered In Some Boeing 737 Max Fuel Tanks
Dream Jobs: Firefighter
Judge Declines To Delay Roger Stone's Sentencing
SpaceX Will Send Civilians Into Space To Break World Record
Connecticut And Maryland Consider Bills Banning 'Lunch Shaming'
Chicago Leaders Condemn Deployment Of Elite Border Patrol Units
Trump Commutes Sentence Of Former IL Gov. Rod Blagojevich
Jury To Begin Deliberations In Weinstein's NY Sexual Assault Case
Heavy Rain In Mississippi Causes Flooding, Forces Evacuations
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
Judges To Hold Meeting After DOJ's Intervention In Roger Stone Case
Boy Scouts Of America Files For Bankruptcy Protection
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
Calif. Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Employees For Exit Searches
Immigration Judges Union Calls For Courts' Independence From DOJ
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
14 Americans Evacuated From Cruise Ship Test Positive For 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
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
Government Will Not Charge Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe
Los Angeles County To Dismiss Nearly 66,000 Marijuana Convictions
Massive Asteroid To Pass Within 3.6M Miles Of Earth On Saturday
New York City Police Officers Are Warned Of 'Credible Threat'
Calif. Man Exonerated After Years In Jail, Thanks To Genetic Genealogy
Oklahoma To Resume Lethal Injections After 5-Year Break
Barr Says The President's Tweets Make His Job 'Impossible'
Trump Administration Plans To Divert Additional $3.8B For Border Wall
Report: Jessie Liu Resigns After President Pulls Nomination
Sudan To Pay $30 Million To Families Of Victims In USS Cole Attack