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Two new reports detail how purported Russian trolls used social media to target with laser-like precision African-Americans before the 2016 election.
Two men involved in a Turkish lobbying campaign led by former National Security adviser Michael Flynn have been charged with illegally lobbying in a case related to the Mueller investigation
Pyongyang took a jab at the U.S. over stalled nuclear negotiations.
The tech giant signed a lease at 550 Washington Street.
The serviceman and his wife were involved in a domestic dispute, police said.
President Trump says he will review the controversial case of a former U.S. Army commando charged with murder. The Army charged Maj. Matthew Golsteyn last week in the 2010 killing of a man in Afghanistan who was suspected of killing two U.S. Marines. David Martin reports on why Mr. Trumps intervention could be illegal.
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An independent report prepared for the Senate Intelligence Committee details how Russia used social media platforms in an attempt to sway voters and boost Donald Trumps candidacy during the 2016 presidential campaign. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN with details.
President Trump claims payments to women during the 2016 campaign were simple private transactions and not illegal, but his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty for violating the law, so what does it mean for the president Former prosecutors Miriam Baer and Rebecca Roiphe join Red & Blue to explain.
Police in Colorado are offering a $25,000 reward for information to help find missing mom Kelsey Berreth. Investigators focused their search over the weekend on the property of Berreths finace, the last known person to see her alive. Nikki Battiste reports.
He reportedly tried to go through the drive-thru twice.
The Roman Catholic Jesuit province serving much of the eastern United States is releasing the names of Jesuits who face credible or established accusations of sexual abuse of minors dating to 1950.
Google has been forced to shut down and effectively end its controversial China search engine project after a number of the companys privacy team raised complaints, according to a new report.
WASHINGTON The history of maritime vessels in the U.S. is preserved in an unlikely place at the bottom of a river.
Fox & Friends co-star Ainsley Earhardt hosts a two-hour special highlighting uplifting stories for the holiday season -- airing exclusively on Fox Nation -- as she is eager to celebrate Christmas with her loved ones and resume some longstanding family customs.
The Russians set up 30 Facebook pages targeting black Americans, researchers found, and 10 YouTube channels that posted 571 videos related to police violence against African-Americans.
The scheme involved a secret effort to build support among American politicians to remove exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen from the U.S., prosecutors say.
Stay well back from the ocean or risk certain death, the National Weather Service tweeted in all caps.
Screenwriter Steven de Souza continues to defend Die Hard, but many disagree that movies like the thriller, Gremlins and Trading Places fit the bill.
There are currently 10 states in the country where recreational pot use is legal. Outside of California, New York would be the largest state to legalize.
Poll: Americans overwhelmingly oppose a government shutdown, and theyre inclined to blame President Trump and the GOP.
The social network has come under fire all year for security breaches and data collection on users. Mossberg says hes no longer comfortable with it.
Megyn Kelly hasnt hit the reboot button with her short new haircut. Shes hit the rewind button and gone back to 2016 back to when she was still on top.
Vaping nicotine nearly doubled among high school seniors, but use of other drugs and alcohol reached near historic lows.
Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander, first elected in 2002, also served two terms as governor and as Secretary of Education under Pres. George H.W. Bush
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