Roy Moore announces he'll run for US Senate again…

Alabama Republican Roy Moore has announced he is running for U.S. Senate again in 2020 after failing to win the seat two years ago amid sexual misconduct accusations

White House Threatens Furloughs, Layoffs If…

The Trump administration is threatening furloughs and layoffs for Office of Personnel Management employees if Congress doesn't eliminate the agency,

Chelsea Manning seeks relief from fines for not testifying

Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning is seeking relief from accumulating fines of $500 a day for refusing to testify to a grand jury investigating Wikileaks

House panel releases transcript of Hope Hicks…

The House Judiciary Committee has released a transcript of an interview with former top White House adviser Hope Hicks after she spoke with committee members and staff on Wednesday

Nonprofits Worry As More Signs Suggest Americans…

Nonprofit leaders warned the 2017 GOP tax bill could hurt charitable giving. Signs are now piling up those fears are coming true.

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Q&A: Why are stocks jumping when bond yields are cratering?

Just as the S&P 500 was setting its record high on Thursday, bond yields were tumbling to their lowest levels in years

Archdiocese: School with gay teacher can't use Catholic name

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis says it no longer will recognize a Jesuit high school as Catholic because it refuses to fire a teacher who's in a same-sex marriage

Hicks Refuses To Answer Congress' Questions On…

Hope ​Hicks reportedly didn't say much during her hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.

The Latest: Iran doesn't seek war but will act if…

Iran says it does not seek war but reserves its right under the U.N. Charter "to take all appropriate necessary measures against any hostile act violating its territory."

US appeals court says judge went too far on drug data order

A federal appeals court panel has ruled that a judge went too far in blocking release of all federal data about how prescription opioids were distributed

A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The US…

Around 1.5% of global refugees in need of resettlement become U.S. refugees. What sets them apart, and how does the U.S. select them?

Police: Slain Sacramento officer lay wounded for…

Authorities say a rookie Sacramento police officer was shot during a domestic violence call and lay wounded for about 45 minutes as the gunman kept officers at bay with bursts of fire

UK Treasury chief issues stiff 'no-deal' Brexit…

Britain's Treasury chief is urging Conservative Party leadership contenders to be honest with the public and spell out what they would do if their plans for departure from the European Union falter

Trump Officially Launches 2020 Reelection Campaign

President Trump kicked off his campaign Tuesday night at a rally in Orlando, Florida.

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UN food agency starts partial suspension of Yemen food aid

The U.N. food agency says it has started a partial suspension of food aid in areas controlled by Yemen's rebels

Giant telescope will be built on sacred Native Hawaiian peak

After years of protests and legal battles, Hawaii officials have announced that a massive telescope will be built on a volcano that some consider sacred

Trump Wants Asylum Seekers To Stay In Guatemala…

The president says people fleeing other Central American countries must seek asylum in Guatemala - as a study says Guatemalans want to migrate to U.S.

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EU leaders fail to agree on 2050 climate goal

European Union leaders have failed to agree unanimously on a decision to make the bloc's economy carbon neutral by 2050

Ask The Experts: The Good And The Bad Of Silent…

One researcher found politically moderate Twitter users acted differently than liberal or conservative users in 2016 — they disengaged.

Trump says Roger Penske to get Presidential Medal…

President Donald Trump says he's awarding a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Roger Penske, the most powerful man in American motorsports

Undocumented Immigrants Can Soon Get Driver's…

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the Green Light Bill on Monday, just hours after it passed in the state Senate 33 to 29.

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Judge vacates federal death sentence in 1994 Texas case

A judge has vacated the federal death sentence for an Arkansas man convicted of killing a 16-year-old Texas girl in 1994, concluding the inmate can't be put to death because he's intellectually disabled

Lawyers: 250 children held in bad conditions at…

A team of attorneys who recently interviewed over 60 children say a possibly deadly situation is ongoing for 250 infants, children and teens locked for up to three weeks a Border patrol detention center in Texas.

Haaland And Warren Team Up On Universal Child…

As the 2020 race heats up, Democrats are jumping on an issue that voters on both sides of the aisle want to fix.