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Justice Department Confirms Mueller's Team Interviewed Sessions
2 Dead, 17 Others Injured After Kentucky High School Shooting
Why Are Journalists Being Jailed At Historic Highs?
Tsunami Advisory Issued After Major Earthquake Strikes Near Alaska
Montana Has A Plan To Get Internet Providers To Observe Net Neutrality
Apple Partners With Malala Yousafzai To Fund Girls' Education
Vermont Becomes Latest State To Legalize Marijuana
Puerto Rico Moves To Privatize Island's Electric Company
This Movement Wants Amazon To Know Its Headquarters Isn't Welcome
Expert Says Trump's 'Fake News Awards' Perpetuate Misinformation
Kentucky Sues An Opioid Maker On Claims Of Contributing To Crisis
3 USA Gymnastics Executives Resign Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal
Facebook Basically Says Social Media Can 'Damage' Democracy
FDA Initially Backs An E-Tobacco Device But Says It Wants More Info
Team USA Gets Special Jackets For Potentially Chilly Opening Ceremony
TSA Orders Stricter Air Cargo Screening For 5 Countries
Trump Pushes For Senate Rule Change As Shutdown Enters Second Day
The 2018 Women's March Hopes To Get People To The Polls
Women With Disabilities Are More Than Ready To Be Heard
Women's March Chicago: March To The Polls
Thousands Join Women's March In DC
Bipartisan House Bill Aims To Reform Sexual Harassment Protocol
Facebook Is Going To Let Users Choose What News It Prioritizes
Trump Administration Keeps Many National Parks Open Amid Shutdown
Turkeys, Snakes And Dog Bites: Why Delta Air Lines' Rules Are Changing
The Women's March Built A Movement — Here's Where It's Going Next
Las Vegas Shooting Investigation Has Person Of Interest — But Who?
Former FBI Head James Comey Will Teach An Ethical Leadership Class
Drugs, Extortion And Crooked Cops: A Chicago Exoneree Tells His Story
What's Different About This Year's Women's March?
Prosecutor: Kids Held Hostage 'Didn't Know What A Police Officer Was'
Sebastian Gorka Has An Active Arrest Warrant Out On Him In Hungary
Mulvaney Asks For $0 To Fund The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Scott Hechinger: A Witness Of The Criminal Justice System
HHS Created An Office For Religious Freedom, And It's Controversial
Nassar Accuses Judge Of Turning Sentencing Into A 'Media Circus'
Chicago Protesters Want A 'Clean' Deal For 'Dreamers' and TPS Holders
Haitians (And Others) Are Blocked From Getting Certain Work Visas
US Government Says Puerto Rico Has Too Much Money To Get A Loan
The History Of Women's Marches In The US
President Trump's 'Fake News Awards' Present A Tricky Ethical Question
For The Love Of Ketchup
Puerto Rico Is Still Working To Restore Power After Hurricane Maria
The US-led Arms Export Industry Is Fueling Civilian Deaths
Bannon Is Reportedly Avoiding Grand Jury Testimony — For Now
McKayla Maroney Won't Be Fined For Speaking About Alleged Sexual Abuse
A Large Part Of California Wants To Become Its Own State
The Elements Of Obstructing Justice
Navy Charges 2 Commanders After Pacific Ship Crashes
Ex-CIA Employee Might Have Helped China Kill Or Imprison US Assets
Althea Garrison: An Unintentional Transgender Pioneer In The US
Pope Francis Asks For Forgiveness In Chile
The Internet Is Pushing Back Against People Who Criticized #MeToo
A Judge Says Paul Manafort's Trial May Not Start Until September
Yusef Salaam — A Witness Of The Criminal Justice System
Larry Nassar's Accusers Speak Out During Sexual Abuse Case Sentencing
How Dirty Money Gets Cleaned
Police Investigating How Calif. Parents Allegedly Held Kids Captive
Simone Biles Says Former Team USA Doctor Abused Her
The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies Suddenly At 46
Hawaii Employee Who Sent Missile Warning Has Been Reassigned
How Martin Luther King Jr. Is Resurrected Through Art
Hawaii's Missile Alert Happened Because Someone Hit The Wrong Button
Hawaii's Missile Alert Was False, But The Threat Isn't Inconceivable
Chelsea Manning Files To Run For US Senate In Maryland
Hawaii Got An Alert For An Inbound Ballistic Missile — But It Was Fake
MSNBC's Chris Matthews Joked About Drugging Hillary Clinton
Kentucky Will Require Medicaid Recipients To Work For Benefits
Journalist Comes Forward About A 'Shitty Media Men' List She Started
Amazon's CEO Donated $33 Million To A Scholarship Fund For 'Dreamers'
What The FICO: How 3 Digits Control Your Life
President Trump To Undergo His First Official Medical Exam
St. Louis Attorney To Investigate Mo. Governor After Affair Admission
President Trump Takes On Prison Reform Efforts
This Fashion Blogger Is Muslim, Minimalist And 'Unapologetic'
Those 'Banned' CDC Words Weren't Banned After All
More Women Accuse Famed Conductor Of Sexual Assault
Sam's Club Is Closing More Than 60 Stores Nationwide
The Probe Into EPA Chief Scott Pruitt's Travel Is Expanding Again
At Least 17 Dead, Others Missing Amid Southern California Mudslides
Walmart Says GOP Tax Plan Is To Thank For Hourly Wage Raises, Bonuses
States May Have New Work Requirements For Certain Medicaid Recipients
Missouri Governor Admits To Extramarital Affair Before He Took Office
Pastor Confesses To 'Sexual Incident,' Gets Standing Ovation
California Mudslides Kill 15, Injure Nearly 30 And Trap Hundreds
Canadian, Mexican Currencies Dip Amid Fears US Will Leave NAFTA
Groups Plan Rally In Support Of Teacher Arrested During Meeting
Federal Minimum Wage Is Still Stagnant Despite State, City Increases
Yankee Stadium Is Extending Its Nets After A Foul Ball Hit A Young Fan
Virginia Democrat Concedes Election Decided By Random Drawing
The Flu Nearly Reached Epidemic Levels This Season
Vice President Pence To Lead US Winter Olympics Delegation
Vermont Is Really Close To Legalizing Marijuana
New York City Is Suing Major Oil Companies Over Climate Change
State Department Is Changing How It Does Travel Advisories
At Least 15 Dead After Southern California Mudslides
Understaffed VA Ordered To Expand Mental Health Services For Veterans
A US Firm Could Be Paid $70 Million If It Finds MH370
The Unabomber Case Launched A New Science Using Only Words
Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump Administration From Ending DACA