Calls grow for Nunes to step aside in Russia probe
(CNN) Key House Democrats are calling on Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes to recuse himself from an investigation into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, widening a stunning partisan split over the probe. "The Chair of the ...
House Democrats Ask Devin Nunes to Recuse Himself From Russia Inquiry
3 reasons Devin Nunes must step away from the Trump probe
Nunes admits meeting with source of Trump surveillance documents on White House grounds
Trump takes biggest swing yet at Obama climate legacy
President Donald Trump will direct the federal government on Tuesday to begin dismantling his predecessor's most significant climate change policies, with a sweeping directive telling agencies to stop trying to reduce the carbon pollution of electric ...
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Trump Takes Aim At A Centerpiece Of Obama's Environmental Legacy
Trump to sweep away Obama climate change policies
Cyclone Debbie: Five tales of the storm
As the "battering ram" that is Cyclone Debbie bore down on Queensland, it was met with ingenuity, shrugged shoulders and a mix of good and not so good behaviour. Here are five tales from the storm: ...
Thousands shelter as "screaming, howling" Cyclone Debbie hits north Australia
Cyclone Debbie Strikes Australia's Coastline as Thousands Flee
'Fences up in the sky': Queenslanders batten down as cyclone lashes coast
New York Times
Father of Maryland Teenager Charged With Rape Is Arrested
New York Times
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at the lectern, and Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, on Monday. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. The father of an undocumented immigrant accused of raping a fellow student this month at a ...
Trump signs four bills to roll back Obama-era regulations
Promising to "remove every job-killing regulation we can find," Trump said even more regulation-cutting bills were on the way. The resolutions of disapproval reached the president's desk through the Congressional Review Act, a rarely used tool that ...
Trump strikes down teacher, school regulations
Do 80 percent of Americans oppose sanctuary cities?
“According to one recent poll, 80 percent of Americans believe that cities that arrest illegal immigrants for a crime should be required to turn them over to immigration authorities.” — Attorney General Jeff Sessions, news briefing, March 27, 2017. “I ...
White House to States: Shield the Undocumented and Lose Police Funding
Sanctuary cities: What they say about funding threat
Todd Starnes: 'Sanctuary' mayors have American blood on their hands
Neil Gorsuch's nomination: Will he be confirmed? The whip count
Reported by Rebecca Shabad, Emily Schultheis, Kathryn Watson, Blair Guild, John Bat, Joshua Cartwright, Rebecca Kaplan, and Ellen Uchimiya. Opposition to Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch among Senate Democrats has grown in recent days, but ...
Daily Mail's "Who won Legs-it!" headline draws scorn
The Daily Mail front page picturing Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon and asking "who won Legs-it" has been condemned as "moronic" sexism. The tabloid was scorned for focusing on the prime minister's and first minister's legs during talks on Brexit and ...
Daily Mail's 'Legsit' headline slammed for sexism
To better fight terrorism, Europe needs more cooperation and money
Floral tributes lie in Parliament Square following the March 27 2017 attack in Westminster, central London, Britain. Richard Maher, European University Institute. Last week's terrorist attack in London, which left four people dead, wounded dozens more ...
Wife of London Terrorist Khalid Masood: 'Saddened and Shocked' by Attack
Los Angeles Times
Las Vegas beats the odds, and its own past, in landing the Raiders
Los Angeles Times
Oscar Goodman is one of this city's best-known civic boosters, a lawyer who made his career defending homegrown mobsters like Meyer Lansky and Nicky Scarfo, a mayor who for more than a decade was the consummate pitchman for all things Vegas.
Memo to the Raiders: Lame-duck football ain't pretty, baby
The Raiders might be Vegas bound, but they're abandoning a loyal Raider Nation
Raiders' move to Las Vegas leaves some feeling ambivalent