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Roy Moore says something outrageous every other minute. But his allusion to a beloved children’s song about racial unity wasn’t an example.
The storm could strengthen even more, and it is aimed straight toward Puerto Rico.
To pass the Graham-Cassidy health-care bill, Senate Republicans will need to vote for the law before the budget office releases a coverage estimate.
Russia and Belarus say their “Zapad” war games are defensive, but their neighbors don’t believe them.
For eons, the GOP has talked about giving states control of Medicaid with reduced — or even eliminated — federal funding. The hour may have arrived.
It could have been much worse.
Trump’s top advisers (reportedly) told him that America needs a globe-spanning army in order to “make the world safe” for U.S. businesses like his.
The storm is strengthening and is aimed straight toward Puerto Rico.
It’s unclear how much the monuments will be trimmed back, but none would be completely eliminated.
Bill Cassidy has repudiated all his sensible beliefs.
A collision in a busy Flushing intersection between an MTA bus and charter bus also injured at least 16, some critically.
Police were heard chanting “Whose streets? Our streets.”
At least 21 American diplomats and their families have been injured in a series of bizarre incidents.
Apparently Ty Cobb did not realize a reporter was nearby when he complained about the White House counsel withholding “documents locked in a safe.”
A selection of Americans (plus a couple of others) who can’t read the dispatches of @realDonaldTrump.
The U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico could be facing another major hurricane by the middle of the week.
Here we go again, again.
Two men, an 18-year-old and a 21-year-old, are in custody as the investigation into the bombing continues.
Police are holding a 23-year-old white man as a person of interest in the crime.
These are the new fireside chats.