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The CNN host said the rapper is being "exploited" and "needs help."
A report in The New Yorker offers a chilling look at how things went so wrong.
The former secretary of state has a reminder for the president when it comes to Russia.
Wilbur Ross previously said that the Trump administration did not discuss the question with his department.
The Shepard family called the site the "perfect" place for their son's ashes 20 years after his death.
The preschool owner thinks someone threw the drugs over the fence into the school's yard in the Bronx.
Abrams spokeswoman Abigail Collazo told CNN in a statement that Kemp should step down.
They believe campaigning for November's midterm election is more important right now.
The enlistees had been recruited for their language or medical skills and promised a fast track to citizenship.
The first film was Marvel's highest domestic grossing film in history.
The two largest hospitals in Panama City sustained heavy damage.
Jamal Khashoggi’s fate may be tied to the president’s habit of attacking the press, now mimicked by autocrats worldwide.
“Kanye West Is Not Picasso,” from Cohen's recently released collection, is making the rounds on Twitter.
The victim told authorities he never actually ate the chips as the suspect claimed.
Brennan Walker said he was looking for help after missing a bus to school. Jeffrey Zeigler fired a shotgun blast at him.
During her monologue, the rapper revealed that 18 years ago, she waited in line to see her “idol,” Liu, host the show.
The Republican Party of Florida said it had requested the ads not air in affected areas.
"Your happiness and safety are paramount," Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote.
A judge dubbed the 26-year-old a "serial fraudster" for scams that cost investors and ticket-holders millions.
The paper's endorsing Brazil's pro-dictatorship candidate is the latest in a proud tradition for its opinion section.