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Jeffrey Mezger's company is sixth-largest publicly traded home builder in the country.
The family calls her "The Mad Pooper"
A police car burned, officers were injured and Georgia Tech went on lockdown for the second time since police killed a student Saturday.
Scottie Nell Hughes says she was raped by longtime anchor Charles Payne
Spicer said he “absolutely” regrets his comments about the crowd size at Trump's inauguration.
Reid, who is 26, said she wants to engage millennials.
Thirty immigrants took the oath of citizenship at the National Archives on Friday, after hearing a recorded welcome message from President Trump.
A divided city council voted to approve the measure, making the Washington suburb the largest jurisdiction where non-citizens can vote for municipal offices.
The District has long struggled with rodents. But the problem has reached record levels in the nation’s capital.
The first vote Aug. 8 was postponed