Vegas moved on. Sutherland Springs prayed. But Parkland raged. This most peaceful and orderly of places has been devastated by the most violent and chaotic of acts.
Conservatives already had been reviewing the bureau’s handling of two hotly charged political matters: the Russia probe and the now-closed investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
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Neither House nor Senate leaders have shown any inclination to revisit any gun legislation despite polling that shows voters want tougher background checks.
In August of 2016, the Russians allegedly used the impostor Facebook group “Being Patriotic” to get Americans to organize a wave of pro-Trump rallies in Florida. (AP)
In August of 2016, the Russians allegedly used the impostor Facebook group “Being Patriotic” to get Americans to organize a wave of pro-Trump rallies in Florida. (AP)
The secretive, multi-million-dollar disinformation campaign sought to undermine Hillary Clinton, bolster Donald Trump and turn Americans against each other. The accounts of some former Russian trolls — along with details from the indictment against the Internet Research Agency and 13 Russian associates — underscore the sophistication and ambition of a program that only now is coming into focus.
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Special counsel Robert Mueller ultimately might conclude that there was no clear case of collusion between the Russians and associates of President Trump’s 2016 campaign. But he has laid down a challenge to the president that no longer can be ignored.
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As owner of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Doug Manchester created a retrograde environment that made many female workers uncomfortable, according to more than a dozen employees. Manchester strongly denied any inappropriate behavior.
The erroneous warning frustrated senior U.S. military officers, causing them to question procedures for communicating with state officials, according to the emails.
Women’s super-G winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic celebrates her gold medal. (Reuters)
Women’s super-G winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic celebrates her gold medal. (Reuters)
After a surprise Alpine skiing gold in super-G, Ledecka could medal in snowboarding next week. It would make her only the sixth person in the modern Olympic era to medal in two unrelated sports in the same Games.
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Laura Ingraham was upset that NBA stars LeBron James and Kevin Durant expressed their opinions.
The president’s failure to gain traction on a marquee campaign promise, however, cannot be explained entirely by circumstance.
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California's Sonoma and Napa counties suffered minor damage in October's wildfires, with only a few attractions still closed.
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