U.S.

Trump signs order to expand offshore oil, gas drilling

With one day left to rack up accomplishments before he reaches his 100th day in office, Trump will order his interior secretary to review an Obama-era plan that dictates which locations are open to ...

by · U.S.

Donald Trump lashes out at 'fake media' over coverage of healthcare act

The bill's passage buoyed President Donald Trump, but the measure appeared headed for an overhaul in the Senate. Republican Sen. Susan Collins of ME says there seems to be more questions than answer...

by · U.S.

Trying to cash in on Trump's family ties

Feinstein's effort received an unwitting boost this weekend, because of the greedy actions of Nicole Kushner Meyer, the sister of President Donald Trump's senior adviser-son-in-law, Jared Kushner, I...

by · U.S.

Penn State students charged over 'inhumane' hazing death of fraternity member

Timothy Piazza, 19, fell down a flight of stairs during a pledging ceremony after going through what the frat called "the gauntlet". "And when they brought him up this last time , he was in dire ... ...

by · U.S.
Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 7

Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 7

The majority of Saucedo's alleged attacks took place a year ago when seven were shot dead and two others were wounded over a four-month period - March to July - in a predominately Latino neighborhood ...

by · U.S.
Man guilty of killing missing California girl

Man guilty of killing missing California girl

Garcia-Torres claimed he was on a solo fishing trip during that time. Garcia Torres' defense team tried to convince the jury that Sierra ran away from home. Soon thereafter, though, Sierra's clothin...

by · U.S.

GOP senator to Dems: 'Quit being passive' on healthcare reform

Ohio's Rob Portman, Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, West Virginia's Shelley Moore Capito and Colorado's Cory Gardner sent a letter to McConnell in March, when the House's bill was first released, expressing ...

by · U.S.
Donald Trump dismisses Russian Federation collusion claims as a total hoax

Donald Trump dismisses Russian Federation collusion claims as a total hoax

There is no indication, as far as I've seen reported , that Obama told Trump that Flynn was too close to Putin, that he was a security risk, or anything similarly damning. And there are new signs...

by · U.S.
Paul Ryan visits New York school run by charter advocate

Paul Ryan visits New York school run by charter advocate

Well, we won't stand for that. "You can go to the general election all you want in November but if you're not voting in the primary, your voice is not being heard". His visit comes less than a week af...

by · U.S.

White House Postpones Another Climate Change Meeting

French President-elect Emmanuel Macron has told his USA counterpart Donald Trump in a telephone call that he will defend the climate change deal agreed in Paris in 2015, his spokeswoman says. Some...

by · U.S.

Delaware trooper fatally shot outside convenience store

Nathaniel McQueen Jr. said at a news conference later that day. Sealy also shot out many police vehicle windows during the shootout, Smyk said. As the stand-off stretched into the night, police us...

by · U.S.
Cornyn Dismisses Criticisms No Women Are Working On Senate's Obamacare Repeal Bill

Cornyn Dismisses Criticisms No Women Are Working On Senate's Obamacare Repeal Bill

Susan Collins, a Republican senator from ME, told ABC on Sunday that Senate Republicans plan to "start from scratch" on the bill, known as the American Health Care Act. Still, the WPA Insights finding...

by · U.S.
Judge agrees to toss Hernandez murder conviction

Judge agrees to toss Hernandez murder conviction

Hernandez's defense attorneys asked the court to follow that procedure and toss out his April 2015 murder conviction for killing Lloyd. Hernandez's appellate attorney, John Thompson, told reporters ...

by · U.S.
US navy ship collides with South Korean fishing boat

US navy ship collides with South Korean fishing boat

Late last month, the San Diego cruiser was doing exercises in the Philippine Sea with other US ships and Japanese naval vessels as part of a show of force to North Korea, amid heightened nuclear tensi...

by · U.S.

Trump signs order to reverse Obama's ban on Arctic drilling

President Donald Trump's executive order seeking to find new ocean expanses in the Atlantic and the Arctic for offshore drilling is unlikely to reach its goals anytime soon, but instead will kick of...

by · U.S.

Fraternity Bros Charged In Brutal Hazing Death Of Teenage Pledge

Piazza , a 19-year-old sophomore, died from a traumatic brain injury early February 4 after chugging beer, wine and vodka in a pledge ritual and falling down stairs - with his fellow students, who did...

by · U.S.

Trump Photoshops Tweet Denying Russia Collusion into His Twitter Header

There were no major revelations during over three hours of testimony. The intense scrutiny following every word of the testimony from former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates as she outlined the ste...

by · U.S.

Court hearing on travel ban focuses on Trump's words, the Constitution

Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall said the slate should have been wiped clean once Mr. Trump was elected president, took the oath of office and formed a government. A three-judge panel of the 9th ...

by · U.S.
Proposed GOP healthcare plan not dead on arrival — Missouri's Blunt

Proposed GOP healthcare plan not dead on arrival — Missouri's Blunt

They will face tough decisions about balancing costs and care. The White House is disputing the argument by congressional Democrats that House Republicans could face election losses in 2018 due to t...

by · U.S.

Abedin didn't send as many emails as Comey said

It is not the function of the Director to make such an announcement. "The director laid out his version of the facts for the news media as if it were a closing argument, but without a trial", he...

by · U.S.