FBI interviews second Kavanaugh accuser

The FBI on Sunday interviewed Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez as part of its extended probe into the sex-assault allegations against the US Supreme Court nominee, according...

Elizabeth Warren reveals she may run for president

Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Saturday that she will take a “hard look at running for president” once the midterm elections are over — her most definitive statement...

Trump orders FBI investigation into Kavanaugh

President Trump said Friday he will sign an order authorizing an FBI background check into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.“I’ve ordered the FBI to conduct a supplemental...

Man busted for stealing 150 lbs. of waffle mix

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — A Georgia man is accused of stealing 150 pounds of waffle mix from a former employer and flipping it to a syrupy stream...

Trump suggests Rosenstein could stay at DOJ

President Donald Trump defused the tension building around a closely watched meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein slated for Thursday, suggesting that the No. 2 at...

Cracked beam forces new $2B subway terminal to shut down

SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco officials shut down the city’s celebrated new $2.2 billion transit terminal Tuesday after discovering a crack in a support beam under the...

Republican Party’s approval rating its highest in 7 years

The Republican Party’s approval rating among Americans has risen to its highest level in more than seven years. Some 45 percent of Americans have a favorable view of...

Bloomberg to make 2020 election decision after midterms

Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg said he’ll decide whether to mount a 2020 challenge of President Trump after the midterm elections. “Right now, I’m only focused on the midterms,”...

Trump may push antitrust probe into Google, Facebook

President Trump has an executive order on his desk that could trigger an antitrust investigation into Google, Facebook and other tech giants amid allegations of ­anti-conservative bias...

US Army unlikely to hit 2018 recruitment goal

Low unemployment combined with a strong economy means the US Army is unlikely to meet its recruitment goal for the 2018 fiscal year, according to army officials.About...

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