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Jerry Moran of Kansas urged Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to find a better response than unreliable government aid.
We're here to review the final episode of the epic fantasy show, which left our hearts dark and full of terrors.
The city's police raided a reporter’s home in a probe of leaked information about Public Defender Jeff Adachi’s death.
Typically, court cases involving posthumous reproduction are filed by surviving spouses, not parents.
Authorities are investigating whether the incident is connected to broken car windows found outside other synagogues.
The Republican congressman once again made his case after tweeting that Trump had "engaged in impeachable conduct."
Locals cleaned up the memorial at a New Jersey playground, saying "we don’t condone to this type of sickening act.”
The National Weather Service placed several counties under a tornado watch, calling it a "dangerous situation."
A Justice Dept. legal opinion says the House Judiciary Committee can't compel McGahn to testify on the Mueller report.
Everyone’s talking about the coffee cup and water bottle, but fans are having a hard time dismissing this mistake.
A man shut down the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France after climbing almost 900 feet up the tourist attraction.
He wrote in his new memoir that he squeezed out a trainer's clean urine so he wouldn't be caught for pot smoking.
Trump tends to agree with himself a lot when making a speech, which makes it pretty clear that he didn’t write it.
The text messages come from Matthew Bowen, who faces charges for hitting a migrant with his Border Patrol truck.
The president attacked The New York Times and "Fake Media" in a flurry of defensive tweets on Monday morning.