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Soggy Seattle lives up to name, breaks another…

Soggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record

Notre Dame philosopher Alvin Plantinga wins…

Retired University of Notre Dame philosophy professor Alvin Plantinga has won one of the world's leading religion prizes

The Latest: North Carolina watches rising rivers…

North Carolina emergency management officials are turning their attention to rising rivers after storms dumped several inches of rain across much of the state

Pennsylvania lawmakers target teachers paid to do…

David Mercer and Brad Blakeman on the push by Republicans to outlaw 'ghost teachers'

The truth behind Obama's hidden Iran deal giveaway

Politico senior investigative reporter Josh Meyer explains

UN chief says Yemen aid conference draws $1.1B in…

International donors have pledged some $1.1 billion for war-torn Yemen, as the U.N. calls on the warring parties to grant access to humanitarians and revive diplomatic efforts to end a conflict that has killed over 10,000 civilians

Former Arizona student called aggressor in deadly fight

A prosecutor portrayed a former Northern Arizona University student as a killer who carried out "his own deranged sense of justice" when he opened fire on a group of fellow students during a drunken fight near the campus in 2015

Ride in Google's self-driving cars with Waymo…

Hundreds of average folks can get a lift from a self-driving minivan.

Have you got the bottle for 'beer yoga'?

A fitness craze from Germany combining yoga poses while drinking beer is gaining popularity in Asia.

The New York Times - Waking Up on an Orangutan…

From The New York Times: A palm oil company known for turning orangutan habitat into plantation land has helped the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation purchase an island for this critically endangered species.By: By ERICA BERENSTEIN and JON EMONT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2phhiNB

President Trump Calls Holocaust Deniers…

President Trump took a strong stance against anti-Semitism at a Holocaust remembrance ceremony, denouncing Holocaust deniers and pledging to support Jewish people

Sens. Corker and Coons: America Has Moral…

Sen. Bob Corker and Sen. Chris Coons discuss their visit to the largest refugee camp in Uganda, & foreign policy issues of the day.

Matthews: We are whizzing by 100 day mark… almost

Chris Matthews shares his views on Trump first 100 days in office.

Rubio: Trump 'Dealing With the Reality of Being…

Missed MTP? Catch highlights from the show in this week's ComPRESSed.

Renters Care More About Streaming Shows Than…

Renters care more about streaming their favorite shows and surfing social media than clean clothes, according to a new survey from Comcast. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Congressional organization denies credentials to Breitbart

The panel that approves media credentials to cover Congress has declined to grant permanent credentials to Breitbart News Network, LLC

Owner of gay nightclub hit by mass shooting plans memorial

The owner of a gay Florida nightclub that was the site of the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history wants to build a memorial on the club's property

McDonald's stock surges on results

McDonald's shares rallied after the company reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly profit and U.S. same-restaurant sales. Roselle Chen reports.

Big unwind begins: Republicans target crisis financial rules

Dodd-Frank financial rules under fire as Republicans look to roll back regulations

Deputies search lake for missing California boy

Homicide detectives are searching a lake in Santa Barbara County for a missing 5-year-old boy whose father was arrested after being found passed out at a Southern California park

Parts Of Canada Will Soon Experiment With Basic…

Starting this spring, certain citizens in three cities in Ontario will receive a monthly payment.

Hello? Justice Stephen Breyer's cellphone rings…

Even Supreme Court justices forget to turn off their cellphones

Wells Fargo faces shareholders, protesters at…

Wells Fargo's top management faced a series of protesters and apologized to investors, but board members kept their jobs