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His own father condemns his racism. But the organizer of Charlottesville’s “Unite the Right” rally and its sequel Sunday in D.C. claims he just supports “white civil rights.”
The attorney for adult-film star Stormy Daniels, a thorn in President Trump’s side, addresses Iowa Democrats on Friday night.
The few undeclared Republicans and Democrats have indicated they are open to voting for the judge, whose Senate confirmation hearings will get underway the first week in September.
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A mysterious package with a message for President Trump set off alarm after it fell into a field in New Jersey.
With 3 a.m. emails and a flurry of loan applications, he tried to save a tanking business.
The accusation comes after Nelson said earlier this week that Russian operatives have penetrated the election systems in several Florida counties.
The allegations by the former White House aide threaten to become another political headache for the administration.
Hearings for President Trump’s pick to replace retired Justice Anthony M. Kennedy will be held Sept. 4 through 7.
Obama-era regulation sought to limit debt students incur in career-training programs.
The suit says one post told airline passengers to “Look for her when you fly!” because she was a “new reason to 'Fly the Friendly Skies,' ” a reference to one of United's slogans.
Experts say this practice hurts families financially and deepens economic and racial disparities in the juvenile justice system.
Meteor composition matters and so does speed.
Andrew Renner, 41, and his 18-year-old son, Owen, have been charged with illegally hunting a mother bear and her two newborn cubs.
“I just want to say I’m really sorry,” Billy Ray Irick said before he was put to death with a cocktail that includes Midazolam.
The prisoner, believed to have been involved in USS Cole bombing, was waterboarded at secret facility in Thailand.
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