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“No one is above the law and New York will not turn a blind eye to criminality," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
The House speaker's White House moment happened on National Boss Day.
The president wrote a letter to the Turkish leader telling him not to invade Syria, saying: “Don’t be a tough guy. Don’t be a fool!"
The asylum-seeker was found unresponsive in his cell at Louisiana's Richwood Correctional Center, which has a history of violence.
The exhausted mastiff had to be carried down a Utah mountain by a search and rescue squad.
The president tried to insult the House speaker with a photo. It's now featured proudly on her Twitter page.
The billionaire Salesforce CEO denounced the social media company for refusing to take down fake political ads.
The ShakeAlert system, the first of its kind in the nation, will give early warnings to residents about to feel strong quakes.
The former vice president and 2020 candidate accused the president of "running the most corrupt government in the history of the United States of America."
James Fetzer was ordered to pay Leonard Pozner $450,000 for publishing false claims about the 2012 shooting.
Police fatally shot a lawful gun owner who'd done nothing wrong and was in her own home. Why hasn't the NRA come to her defense?
President Donald Trump wrote a strange letter to the Turkish president advising the foreign leader not to be a "tough guy" or a "fool."
Fiona Hill told impeachment investigators of fears raised by Gordon Sondland’s naive actions, The New York Times wrote.
The former first daughter said she doesn't rule out seeking office, "but for right now the answer is no."
Two former Census Bureau directors said they were puzzled by the agency's request.
Democrats and Republicans banded together Wednesday and approved a nonbinding resolution by 354-60 vote.
A federal appeals court will rehear the lawsuit from Maryland and D.C. after it previously tossed claims the president is illegally profiting from the hotel.
The Alabama Republican ended the latest quarter with just $34,000 cash on hand.
The president again made excuses for American Anne Sacoolas, who fled the U.K. after the crash that killed motorcyclist Harry Dunn, 19.
The Republican senator urged the president to "adjust his thinking."