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Michael Cohen has been interviewed by the special counsel's team multiple times, sources say.
President Donald Trump says a spending plan pushed by congressional Republicans is "ridiculous" because funding for a border wall with Mexico is not included.
Retired judge Barbara Jones will be an independent reviewer of abuse cases.
Prosecutors said Karina Vetrano's accused killer searched for "rape."
The Oakland Police Department has released body-camera video connected to the deadly police shooting of a man who was found passed out behind the wheel of his car in the
The shooter at a Rite Aid distribution center was a temporary employee, the Harford County sheriff says
The successful identifications are the first announced from the 55 boxes of Korean War remains repatriated from North Korea this summer
Sentencing female activist Israa al-Ghomgham to death "would send a horrifying message," says Amnesty International's Middle East director of campaigns
Reaction and analysis on 'The Five.'
Lawyers and advocates for victims of clergy sex-abuse are assailing as inadequate some new steps announced by U.S. Catholic bishops to curtail the abuse scandals that have deeply shaken the church this year.
Cary Joji Fukunaga is taking on “Bond 25.”
Left-wing comedian-turned-activist Chelsea Handler implied that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is a “sexual predator” when attempting to insult Republicans who want Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to be confirmed despite a sexual assault allegation.
The wife of a gunman killed after he opened fire at a Pennsylvania municipal building Wednesday said in a social media post that she was OK but did not say whether she had been injured in the shooting.
In a private session Tuesday, Kavanaugh was grilled by a small group of White House staff on topics including his past and his dating life.
The shooter, Snochia Moseley, a 26-year-old temporary employee at the Rite Aid distribution center turned the handgun on herself.
By requiring Manafort to admit to all of the facts in both cases, the conviction is essentially “pardon proof."
"We got a house still standing. It's kind of messed up — a lot of people don't have anything right now."
Efforts to fight the epidemic must focus on more than just the availability of certain drugs, the researchers say.
A female shooter who was working as a temporary employee at a Ride Aid warehouse center near Aberdeen, Maryland, killed three people Thursday and injured three others inside the facility before turning the gun on herself.
"You have stated repeatedly that Dr. Ford wants to tell her story. I sincerely hope that Dr. Ford will accept my invitation to do so," Grassley said.
Wells Fargo plans to cut costs by imposing a 5 percent to 10 percent workforce reduction that could affect up to 26,500 positions
Since Hurricane Florence made a direct hit on the Carolinas nearly a week ago, the storm brought several waves of devastation. A look at photos from the week.
For the second consecutive month, Cargill Meat Solutions is recalling thousands of pounds of ground beef for a possible E. Coli contamination.