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The charges potentially facing the president's son include committing tax crimes and making a false statement while buying a gun, The Washington Post reported.
Jay I. Bratt, head of DOJ counterintelligence operations, told Trump’s lawyers he has not yet returned all the documents that should go to the National Archives.
Biden's drug warrior past put him in a unique political position to change the federal government's approach to marijuana.
The agency said the change will "reduce the reporting burden on states and jurisdictions, and maximize surveillance resources.”
Ray Ruschel hadn't played for 30 years before joining the North Dakota State College of Science as a backup defensive lineman.
Cate Blanchett delivers a virtuosic performance as a world-renowned orchestra conductor who falls from grace in a chilling but, at times, frustrating film.
It wasn’t clear how the Russian leader responded to the gift
The “RuPaul's Drag Race” alum follows up her appearance in “Hocus Pocus 2” with a jazzy new version of “I Put a Spell on You.”
Heather Langenkamp from "A Nightmare on Elm Street” reflects on "final girls," what draws teens to genre and her mysterious role in Netflix's chilling new series.
"Lots of people think they’ve caught me red-handed, lying all about my kids."
Pilot Christine Janning claimed the airline retaliated against her for reporting pilot Michael Haak to the company and the FBI.
“The Tonight Show” host hilariously imagined what came after the president’s hot mic moment.

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