The White House's communications team of Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Anthony Scaramucci made contradictory statements during the morning talk shows on whether President Trump supported new legislation to punish Russia for its meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Various Trump allies also offered competing opinions on Trump and his legal team's effort to undermine the special counsel's Russia investigation.
An official said that the people had been transported inside a refrigeration truck with no refrigeration and that many of the injured would have irreversible brain damage.
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Jordan Spieth climbs a dune on the 13th hole. (Getty)
Jordan Spieth climbs a dune on the 13th hole. (Getty)
Jordan Spieth returns after checking his line to the green. (Getty)
Jordan Spieth returns after checking his line to the green. (Getty)
 Jordan Spieth celebrates a birdie on the 14th hole. (Getty)
Jordan Spieth celebrates a birdie on the 14th hole. (Getty)
Jordan Spieth celebrates with The Claret Jug. (Reuters)
Jordan Spieth celebrates with The Claret Jug. (Reuters)
Spieth’s first Claret Jug will live on for what he did and did and did at No. 13, and then the blaze of excellence that came afterward.
Coach Canesius Bindaba said he saw few signs that the squad of two girls and four boys had hatched a secret bid for possible asylum in the U.S. or Canada. But then he made a deeply unsettling discovery.
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The federal government is withholding millions in grant funding from the jurisdictions until the commission is established.
The man, who apparently lunged for his dropped cell phone and ended up trapped in his apartment building, was able to use the phone to call for help.
The beer garden has revised it plans, including moving two-thirds of the proposed 600-person capacity indoors, but many neighbors are unconvinced.
As of late Saturday night, Washington had two healthy outfielders on their roster. As of game time today, they hope to have a third.
For just the second time, a full women’s college basketball team will represent the country at the biennial tournament next month.
Analysis
This is one way the 90-man roster could be pared down to the final 53 over the next month.
Government action on these tacked-on fees, once thought to be inevitable, has stalled.
On Love
She concocted a line to spark a conversation. Her “college crush” just happened to be there.
A government contractor wonders how to reconcile her principles with some of the projects her boss is asking her to pursue.
When the Islamic State overran Mosul in 2014, it laid claim to a bonanza of weapons, but the most fearsome ones were never used. Why the terrorist group failed to use them is not clear, but some risk remains.
If you're just finding out now about the eclipse, the first to cross the entire continental United States in almost a century, it's not too late to make plans to experience it.
When Wayne Atkins started feeling sicker after returning home from vacation, his doctor told him that his body was being consumed by the infection.
Emotions outside the court, where the fate of the 11-month-old terminally ill infant will be decided, are running just as high as those inside.
Subbed into the Costa Rica game for 16 minutes in the second half, the veteran forward altered the trajectory of the match, assisting on one goal and scoring one of his own for a 2-0 win.
TV Review
As the anniversary of her death approaches, HBO's hour-long documentary, “Diana, Our Mother,” gets a rare moment with the two princes.
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The Past, Revisited
The unrest that began 50 years ago today left 43 dead, 1,200 injured and hundreds of buildings burned. Many neighborhoods never recovered.
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