North Carolina's Republican legislative leaders say a court should reject a deal by the Democratic governor to end protracted litigation over LGBT rights
Legal experts say the conviction of a white ex-Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot his daughter's unarmed black boyfriend shows the difficulty prosecutors have in convincing jurors to put someone who carries a badge and a gun behind bars.
Authorities have arrested a man suspected in the deadly shootings of three people earlier this month in a popular downtown area of a Kansas college town
When President Trump asked for advice regarding condolence calls, Chief of Staff General John Kelly says he relayed to Trump his own experience of being informed about his son’s 2010 death in Afghanistan.
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From The New York Times: As Hollywood open up about the alleged sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein, Melena Ryzik, Times culture reporter, finds that the industry has been making references about him in TV shows and awards programs for years.By: By NATALIA V. OSIPOVA, MELENA RYZIK and SARAH KERR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2zlTg5I
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Amb. Michael McFaul discuss John Brennan's recent remarks about Russia, Mueller's investigation into 2016, AG Sessions' hearing and his remarks about reporters.
Chris says we have a leader who appears to lack a moral compass. Trump speaks of destroying all of North Korea and he tries to undercut the nuclear weapons deal we have with Iran.
As Hollywood deals with the fallout from allegations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, Kim Strassel, Heather McGee and Kasie Hunt discuss the implications for campuses and the halls of Congress.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo says Islamic State militants are capable of orchestrating and carrying out an attack against the United States, possibly downing an airplane, despite being evicted from their self-declared Syrian capital
The U.S. government is urging that large, personal electronic devices like laptops be banned from airline checked luggage because of the potential for a catastrophic explosion and fire