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Basic legal questions stump judicial nominee

Matthew Spencer Petersen did not seem to have many answers.

Kim Strassel: There's a general stonewall going on

WSJ columnist says the public has a right to know how the probes are being handled.

Man gets 45 years for girlfriend's bubble wrap…

A South Carolina man who prosecutors say killed his girlfriend by suffocating her with bubble wrap has been sentenced to 45 years in prison

Firefighter dies, thousands more take on…

The first firefighter has died in the battle against a series of major wildfires burning across Southern California

Gunman fires wildly during car chase through…

A gunman fleeing police in a car shot wildly at officers and pedestrians across a swath of Baltimore on Friday as he led cruisers on a chase that looped through streets of the city for at least 20 minutes

Coalition govt reached in Austria signals shift…

Austrian conservative and nationalist parties say they have reached a deal on a new coalition government which will make 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz the new chancellor and Europe's youngest leader

Trump Organization party may have flouted public space rule

Trump Organization holiday party in Trump Tower may be latest case of first family flouting public space rule

'Why don't you know about jollof rice?'

West African food is expected to be big in 2018.

The New York Times - Trump’s Judicial Nominee…

From The New York Times: Matthew S. Petersen, a U.S. District Court judge nominee, failed to answer several questions about the law when asked by Senator John Kennedy at a hearing.By: By THE NEW YORK TIMES. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jYBCQ7

Here's What Your Recurring Nightmares Actually…

Everyone has a bad dream once in a while. But having the same one over and over may signal that something specific is missing in your daily life, new research suggests

Is This Pup The World's Most Pampered Christmas…

Could this pup be the world’s most pampered pooch? Buzz60's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story.

Kansas Congress hopeful drops out over 2005 harassment suit

A former executive running for Congress in Kansas has dropped out of the race over a 2005 federal lawsuit accusing her of sexually harassing a male employee she supervised

Judge who's against gay adoption misses disciplinary hearing

A Kentucky judge has put up no defense at a judicial disciplinary hearing stemming from his moral objections to hear adoption cases involving same-sex couples

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson grateful getting…

The wrestler turned actor, best known as 'The Rock', thanked his fans as he received the 2,624th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

With Rubio onboard, GOP leaders finalize huge tax…

Republicans are finalizing the most sweeping overhaul of the nation's tax laws in three decades after sweetening the child tax credit to placate a reluctant GOP senator

Farmhouse for free, but buyer must move it off owners' land

A four-bedroom farmhouse in southern Iowa listed online for free comes with a catch: The new owner must move the building from the current owners' land.

Facebook's New Feature Will Help You Temporarily…

Now snooze is a feature on more than just your alarm clock.

Italy says Amazon will pay $118 million to end tax dispute

Italian tax authorities say Amazon will pay 100 million euros ($118 million) to end a dispute over its tax payments from 2011-2015

Lawsuit accuses top congressional ethics official…

Federal lawsuit alleges Omar Ashmawy, staff director and chief counsel of the Office of Congressional Ethics, harassed and assaulted three women in a Pennsylvania bar two years ago.

Donald Trump and the FBI: A war of words

A look at President Donald Trump’s history of bashing the FBI during his tenure as commander in chief.