Judge acquits 3 Chicago officers of Laquan…

Judge acquits 3 Chicago police officers of trying to cover up 2014 shooting of black teen

Women In Chicago Can March On, Thanks To This…

There's no official Women's March in Chicago this year, so a college student is organizing her own rally to commemorate its third anniversary.

Cohen Says He Paid Tech Firm Owner To Rig Online…

Michael Cohen confirmed a Wall Street Journal report that he paid the owner of a tech company to manipulate two polls in Donald Trump's favor.

Gabbard video apologizes for past hurtful LGBTQ statements

Presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is responding to criticism about her past work advocating against gay rights by recoding a new YouTube video

The Latest: Schiff berates Trump for disclosing…

House intelligence committee chairman: Trump disclosing Pelosi's warzone trip 'completely and utterly irresponsible in every way'

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Govt. Report Says Thousands More Children Were…

An Inspector General report found there was a spike in family separations at the border months before a "zero tolerance" policy was announced.

Bill Would Offer Financial Relief For Federal…

Rep. TJ Cox and Democratic co-sponsors unveiled a bill that would offer affected federal workers up to $6,000 in loans via the Treasury Department.

Grand jury charges 4 Audi managers in emissions case

A federal grand jury in Detroit has indicted four Audi engineering managers from Germany in a widening diesel emissions cheating scandal

Harvey Weinstein breaks with his criminal defense lawyer

Harvey Weinstein's high-profile criminal defense lawyer is leaving the movie producer's rape case weeks after failing to get the charges dismissed

USDA Calls Employees Back To Work To Help Farmers…

The USDA said in a press release Wednesday it has recalled about 2,500 employees to open offices for three business days starting on Thursday.

Trump Unveils Long-Awaited Missile Defense Review

The review's release has been delayed several times since the president first ordered it in January 2017.

Probe: Miscommunication over barriers preceded…

An investigative report says the University of North Carolina declined to put up barriers the night protesters toppled a Confederate statue because of concerns they would be unsightly

Chinese ambassador warns Canada to stop rallying…

China's ambassador to Canada is warning the Canadian government to stop recruiting international support in its feud with China and has threatened retaliation if Canada bans Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei for security reasons

Kids Come To The Border Alone, But This Lawyer…

Newsy sat down with the director of an organization that advocates for some of the most vulnerable migrants kids once they are in U.S. custody.

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House Passes Another Bill To Reopen The Government

A bill approved in the House of Representatives would fund the government through Feb. 8, but it's not likely to get a vote in the Senate.

Dispute over rules riles California's legal pot…

California has finalized hundreds of pages of rules governing the nation's largest legal pot market, but the dense regulations are unlikely to settle long-running disputes over testing and home deliveries

Governor's budget plan spotlights divided Kansas…

Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly has outlined a proposed budget that commits Kansas to higher spending on public schools and an expanded Medicaid program but launches a political fight with Republicans over tax relief

Trump Says He 'Virtually Eliminated' The Estate…

Before taking office, President Donald Trump pledged to eliminate the estate tax, but he wasn't able to get rid of it altogether.

A Look At The Realities Of Domestic Work Behind…

Women as young as 16 start working with families for less than minimum wage and with little freedom.

Was there collusion? Trump lawyer contradicts…

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani now says he "never said there was no collusion" between Russia and members of Trump's 2016 White House campaign

Watchdog: Thousands more children may have been…

Government investigators say thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their parents than previously reported

How the Prime-Time State of the Union Came To Be

The State of the Union has become one of the biggest annual televised political events, but it hasn't always been that way.

Small Businesses Hit Hard By Partial Government…

Susan Lacz, CEO and President of Ridgewells Catering, talks about how her small business has been impacted by the partial government shutdown.

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Federal workers caught in the middle apply for…

Thousands of federal employees and their families are applying for unemployment and food stamps to get by as the longest government shutdown in U.S. history drags on

Opioid crisis brings unwanted attention to…

The nation's deadly opioid crisis is bringing new and unwanted attention to the wealthy Sackler family and complicating its philanthropic legacy

Pelosi Asks Trump To Delay SOTU Address Until…

Nancy Pelosi made the suggestion in a letter to President Trump Wednesday, citing "security concerns."

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Women In Chicago Can March On, Thanks To This…

There's no official Women's March in Chicago this year, so a college student is organizing her own rally to commemorate its third anniversary.

Cohen Says He Paid Tech Firm Owner To Rig Online…

Michael Cohen confirmed a Wall Street Journal report that he paid the owner of a tech company to manipulate two polls in Donald Trump's favor.

Judge acquits 3 Chicago officers of Laquan…

Judge acquits 3 Chicago police officers of trying to cover up 2014 shooting of black teen

Govt. Report Says Thousands More Children Were…

An Inspector General report found there was a spike in family separations at the border months before a "zero tolerance" policy was announced.

Bill Would Offer Financial Relief For Federal…

Rep. TJ Cox and Democratic co-sponsors unveiled a bill that would offer affected federal workers up to $6,000 in loans via the Treasury Department.

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Gabbard video apologizes for past hurtful LGBTQ statements

Presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is responding to criticism about her past work advocating against gay rights by recoding a new YouTube video

USDA Calls Employees Back To Work To Help Farmers…

The USDA said in a press release Wednesday it has recalled about 2,500 employees to open offices for three business days starting on Thursday.

Trump Unveils Long-Awaited Missile Defense Review

The review's release has been delayed several times since the president first ordered it in January 2017.

The Latest: Schiff berates Trump for disclosing…

House intelligence committee chairman: Trump disclosing Pelosi's warzone trip 'completely and utterly irresponsible in every way'

Kids Come To The Border Alone, But This Lawyer…

Newsy sat down with the director of an organization that advocates for some of the most vulnerable migrants kids once they are in U.S. custody.

House Passes Another Bill To Reopen The Government

A bill approved in the House of Representatives would fund the government through Feb. 8, but it's not likely to get a vote in the Senate.

Grand jury charges 4 Audi managers in emissions case

A federal grand jury in Detroit has indicted four Audi engineering managers from Germany in a widening diesel emissions cheating scandal

Trump Says He 'Virtually Eliminated' The Estate…

Before taking office, President Donald Trump pledged to eliminate the estate tax, but he wasn't able to get rid of it altogether.

A Look At The Realities Of Domestic Work Behind…

Women as young as 16 start working with families for less than minimum wage and with little freedom.

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Harvey Weinstein breaks with his criminal defense lawyer

Harvey Weinstein's high-profile criminal defense lawyer is leaving the movie producer's rape case weeks after failing to get the charges dismissed

How the Prime-Time State of the Union Came To Be

The State of the Union has become one of the biggest annual televised political events, but it hasn't always been that way.

Small Businesses Hit Hard By Partial Government…

Susan Lacz, CEO and President of Ridgewells Catering, talks about how her small business has been impacted by the partial government shutdown.

Probe: Miscommunication over barriers preceded…

An investigative report says the University of North Carolina declined to put up barriers the night protesters toppled a Confederate statue because of concerns they would be unsightly

Pelosi Asks Trump To Delay SOTU Address Until…

Nancy Pelosi made the suggestion in a letter to President Trump Wednesday, citing "security concerns."

Barr May Not Publicly Release Mueller Report If…

If he becomes the next AG, William Barr may not release Robert Mueller's report to the public. History tell us that's not out of the ordinary.

Chinese ambassador warns Canada to stop rallying…

China's ambassador to Canada is warning the Canadian government to stop recruiting international support in its feud with China and has threatened retaliation if Canada bans Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei for security reasons

Senators Bring Up Climate Change During EPA Chief…

Environmental protesters interrupted a Senate confirmation hearing for acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler.

Judge Won't Force The Government To Pay Workers…

A federal judge refused to issue temporary restraining orders requested by two unions and a group of individual employees.

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Dispute over rules riles California's legal pot…

California has finalized hundreds of pages of rules governing the nation's largest legal pot market, but the dense regulations are unlikely to settle long-running disputes over testing and home deliveries

Government Asking Thousands Of Federal Employees…

Some 50,000 government employees who are on furlough because of the shutdown have been asked to return to work.

Sanders To Meet With 2016 Staffers Who Say They…

Multiple female staffers have claimed the campaign never adequately addressed their complaints about sexual harassment or pay disparity.