Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe on Tuesday claimed he unequivocally rejected deputy AG Rod Rosenstein’s suggestion about wearing a wire in the White House, saying it was “absolutely not” a good
The Trump administration is facing another lawsuit over the president's emergency declaration to build a border wall. The American Civil Liberties Union said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. court in
A Colorado man accused of killing his fiancee will stand trial on murder and other charges -- including tampering with a deceased body -- later this year, a county judge ruled following a preliminary Tuesday.
Alec Baldwin and Donald Trump Jr., engaged in a Twitter sparring match on Tuesday that followed the actor’s apparent response to President Trump's condemnation of SNL earlier this week. The back-and-forth
A man who authorities say lured a 13-year-old girl from her Seattle-area home and drove with her into Oregon was arrested when the rental car the two were traveling in became stuck in deep snow, Clatsop
Construction has begun on the fifth border wall project of Donald Trump's presidency, replacing up to 14 miles (22 kilometers) of barrier in San Diego. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Tuesday the
Bernie is back. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the independent from Vermont who labels himself a democratic socialist, announced Tuesday that he is running for the Democratic presidential nomination again. Sanders
A Wisconsin high school is accused of conducting body shaming activities last March at a cheerleading banquet, during which a coach reportedly gave out Big Booty, Big Boobie and String Bean awards, according
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., a 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful, was interrupted while campaigning in Iowa on Monday by someone who just wanted condiments for their food. Speaking at The Airliner
Attorneys representing the Kentucky high school student involved in a confrontation that went viral on social media last month announced Tuesday that they were suing The Washington Post for $250 million
Trump administration 'exploring every legal option' to reclaim money from defunct California high-speed rail project
The Trump administration announced on Tuesday that it is exploring "every legal option" to reclaim $2.5 billion in federal funds spent by California on its now-defunct high-speed rail project, and also
The mother of a journalist beheaded by the Islamic State (ISIS) told Fox News on Tuesday that an Alabama woman who left the U.S. to join the radical terror group should be held accountable for her actions.
A woman wanted in Chile on kidnapping charges dating back to Chile's 1973-1990 military dictatorship is expected to appear in a Sydney court on Wednesday for an extradition hearing. Chile's Supreme Court
A pet owner in Massachusetts reportedly captured video of her pooch as he helped remove some snow this week. Rossi the dog got down to work with a shovel in a Melrose, Mass., parking lot on Monday to his
A man beat his fiancee to death with a baseball bat, convinced a woman he was having an affair with to clean up the bloody crime scene and then burned the victim's remains while she watched, investigators
Burberry is apologizing after one of its fashion accessories displayed on a runway during London Fashion Week — a hoodie with strings tied into the shape of an apparent noose — stoked outrage. The fashion
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that a lawsuit filed by an advocacy group hoping to halt construction of former President Barack Obama's $500 million presidential center on Chicago's South Side can proceed.
School officials in Pittsburgh say a kindergartener was found with a handgun on a school bus. Pittsburgh Public Schools spokeswoman Ebony Pugh says the gun was found in the student's backpack Monday after
In his new book, former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe offers extensive new details of investigators' fateful January 2017 interview with former national security adviser Michael Flynn at the White
One of three men who were shot to death at a home in a gated Los Angeles community likely allowed the shooter inside, authorities said Tuesday. The victims were targeted in the shooting Monday, Capt. Hayes
An Alabama woman who left home to join the Islamic State group after becoming radicalized online realized she was wrong and now wants to return to the United States, a lawyer for her family said Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has targeted opponents of his diplomatic efforts with the U.S. and South Korea by jailing them, sending them out of the country, and even executing them, according to The
Authorities say evidence suggests some of the three children and a woman found fatally shot in a western Michigan house may have been killed elsewhere. The Kent County sheriff's office said in a news investigators
A Connecticut school district has acknowledged students have the right not to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance, as a result of a lawsuit by a teenage girl who says her teacher shamed her and other
Scientists at a premier U.S. laboratory have helped to unravel some of the mysteries about a rare gold specimen discovered at a Colorado mine more than 130 years ago. Officials at Harvard University's
This bride-to-be took a shot at love – literally. Jake Woodruff, 29, and Kara Crampton, 24, of New Jersey had been together for three years when Woodruff decided to pop the question. Since the pair are
Former Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., isn’t holding back when it comes to commenting on the Green New Deal, calling it a “loser” highlighting a deep divide in the Democratic Party. "I think the Green New
U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell is spearheading a bid by the Trump administration to decriminalize homosexuality in dozens of countries around the world. State Department Deputy Spokesperson
An eighth lawmaker has quit Britain's Labour Party over its handling of anti-Semitism and Brexit, boosting a new breakaway group from the U.K.'s main opposition party. Joan Ryan announced late Tuesday
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