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How Donald Trump’s Travel Ban Tweets Were Used Against Him
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals cited a June 5 Trump tweet in its decision.
Eric Trump: Delta, Bank of America Right to Drop 'Julius Caesar' Theater
The president's son tweets support for their decisions to stop sponsoring the Public Theater in New York.
Comey Testimony Live Updates: Former FBI Director Addresses Russia, Trump
James Comey released his opening statement on Wednesday, claiming Trump expected "loyalty."
Trump's 'Stunning' Attack on London Mayor Sadiq Khan is 'Indefensible,' Ex-CIA Chief Says
Sadiq Khan has called on the British government to cancel Trump's visit later this year.
Trump Will Say Prayers While Comey Is Testifying
The president will speak at a Faith & Freedom Coalition event while the former FBI director is at his hearing.
Russia's Hypersonic Missile System May Represent a 'Quantum Leap in Technology'
State-controlled media claims the system can travel up to 4,6000 mph.
White House Just Won’t Say If Trump Believes in Climate Change
Three White House officials evade the question of whether Trump believes in climate change.
Wedding Ring, Backpack Stolen From Portland Stabbing Victim; Suspect Arrested
Ricky Best was stabbed to death while defending two women on a train.
Putin Tells Oliver Stone of Surviving Assassination Attempts
"Only God knows our destiny—yours and mine," Putin said.
Leave Climate Change in Hands of God, Says Republican Lawmaker
"Do I think that man has some impact? Yeah, of course. Can man change the entire universe? No."
Texas Abortion Bill Could Criminalize People Who Help Women Get Terminations
Senate Bill 8 has been called "the most stringent and most important anti-abortion bill" in years.
Abortion in America: New Documentary Shows How the U.S. Is Becoming 'The Handmaid's Tale'
"This is no fantasy, this is real," says the film's executive producer.
Freedom in America: Kentucky Newspaper Shooting is the Latest Attack on U.S. Press
No employees were harmed in the suspected shooting at the newspaper's offices.
Canada's Justin Trudeau Asked the Pope to Apologize for Residential School Abuse
Thousands of children died in Catholic Church ran Indian Residential Schools over a century.
Burger King vs. Belgium: King Philippe Not Happy About Fast Food Ad Campaign
"We told them that we were not happy with them using an image of the king in their campaign," said a palace spokesperson.
Paris Mayor: Black Feminist Festival Is Racist Against White People
Anne Hidalgo was asked about the Nyansapo Festival by the far-right National Front party.
Tiger Woods Arrested For Driving Under the Influence in Florida
Woods was released from custody on Monday morning.
Portland Stabbing: Donald Trump Finally Responds Amid Public Outcry
Trump tweeted from his official presidential account on Monday.
John McCain Says Vladimir Putin is a Bigger Global Threat Than ISIS
John McCain said in an interview that Donald Trump makes him feel nervous "from time to time."
U.S. Visas for Muslim-Majority Countries Down 20 Percent Under Trump
A federal appeals court in Virginia upheld a block on President Trump's travel ban on Thursday.
Refugee Resettlement in the U.S. Drops Significantly Since Trump Presidency
Trump capped refugee admissions at 50,000 for the 2017 fiscal year.
Anti-LGBT Bathroom Bill Said to Cost Texas $216 Million So Far
The state cost lose an estimated $3.3 billion in tourism revenues if the bathroom bill becomes law, according to a report.
Who Was Behind the Manchester Attack? Police Investigating a ‘Network’ After Deadly Ariana Grande Concert
Manchester police said they have made three additional arrests in connection to the bombing that killed 22 people.
How to Help Children Understand and Cope With the Manchester Attack
More than 22 people died after a violent attack at a concert in Manchester, U.K. on Monday.
Fox News Anchor Called Women ‘Sluts’ and ‘Whores,’ New Lawsuit Claims
One woman says she was told: "I hope you choke to death and answer my fucking question first."