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A feud flared over the weekend between President Donald Trump and the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee over the release of a Democratic memo defending federal investigators’ handling of surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser.
Former first lady Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming” will be published globally on Nov. 13 by the Crown Publishing Group, just as the holiday gift-giving season is about to begin.
From northern Maine to southern California, Democrats in at least 40 primary elections for House, Senate and governor find themselves choosing between millionaires and those with middle-class economic backgrounds.
The message came just hours after the North’s state media said it would “never have face-to-face talks with them even after 100 years or 200 years.”
Lawmakers plan to take a fresh look at a stalled effort to tighten the national firearm-purchase background-check system when they return to Washington after a one-week recess.
President Donald Trump’s legal team is weighing having him testify before special counsel Robert Mueller if the questions are limited in scope and don’t amount to a potential perjury trap.
Orange County, Calif., might seem an unlikely place for a boisterous gathering looking to unseat a longtime Republican congressman, but Democrats say this area may help them take back the U.S. House of Representatives.
Plans for a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexico’s Enrique Peña Nieto have been shelved for the second time in a year over disagreements about the funding of a border wall, a person familiar with the situation said.
The memo defended federal investigators’ handling of the surveillance of a former Donald Trump campaign adviser and rejected Republicans’ contention that the agents had a partisan motive for looking into his conduct.
The Trump administration said it would prioritize grant applications to the Title X family-planning program that come from organizations with a religious background and counsel abstinence or “natural” methods.
New FDA regulations raise the standard for rapid flu tests, with the aim of creating more accurate results and limiting misdiagnoses.
Miners in Indiana and other states are getting a small lift from global markets: American companies are shipping more coal to Europe and Asia, helping to stop the yearslong drop in the number of U.S. mining jobs.
More than half of the heating technicians in the New York City Housing Authority aren’t certified by the city’s fire department to do the work, according to a monitor at the agency appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Callers to Florida police told of a fear of Nikolas Cruz’s behavior and guns fixation in the weeks after he lost his mother.
A woman drove a passenger vehicle into a security barrier Friday near the White House and was immediately apprehended, the Secret Service said.
The worst U.S. flu epidemic in years appears to have peaked, according to federal data released Friday, but transmission is still intense, and cases from a strain that often surges late in the season are rising.
Developer Woodbridge Group is under scrutiny from regulators. Now, its portfolio of 138 properties—including the famed Owlwood estate—may soon hit the market.
Harvard-Westlake, the elite middle and high school in Los Angeles, closed Friday after a threatening post on social media made by Jonathan Martin, who was once the target of a bullying scandal that engulfed the NFL.
President Donald Trump said he would leave to his chief of staff the decision of whether to grant a security-clearance waiver to Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser and the president’s son-in-law.
The students at Stoneman Douglas are different from those who have witnessed previous mass shootings. The digital natives naturally turned to social media, invoking #NeverAgain to campaign for change in the wake of the attack.