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A man who shot at Navy SEALS with a pellet gun during a training exercise pleaded guilty Wednesday, a day before his trial was set to begin.
With less than a month until November's midterm elections, Republicans are now going on the offensive in several Senate races as part of a reinvigorated effort not only to hold onto their slim majority in the upper chamber, but to expand it significantly.
Kanye West meets with President Trump at the White House; Candace Owens and GOP Michigan Senate candidate John James weigh in on 'Hannity.'
Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer who admitted to violating federal campaign finance laws, has re-registered as a Democrat, his lawyer said Thursday.
Tropical Storm Michael has sped off toward the Atlantic Ocean, but there will be nothing quick about Florida's recovery from the hurricane, where rows upon rows of homes have been smashed to pieces .
Residents of Mexico Beach that stayed during the storm are emerging from the debris with harrowing tales.
By all accounts, Sarah Radney was safe inside her grandparents' home when Hurricane Michael roared into southwest Georgia.
A sound mixer remains in critical condition Thursday after falling two stories off a balcony while working on the set of a biographical film about Fred Rogers, the late host of the popular children’s program “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” according to reports.
MSNBC “All In” host Chris Hayes took to twitter with a bizarre conspiracy on Wednesday, pondering if wealthy Saudi Arabians are shelling out cash to President Trump in exchange for the authorization to kill critics.
An investment adviser charged with orchestrating a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme spent nearly three-quarters of a million dollars on prayers by Hindu priests in India to ward off a federal investigation and save her failing business, according to testimony at her trial this week.
An animal shelter in Richmond, Virginia, is searching for whoever may be responsible for leaving a 7-year-old pit bull mix with a “rotted” leg tied to an abandoned home.
The bright orange squares are melting away.
Less than a month before the U.S. midterm elections, Facebook has purged more than 800 pages and accounts as the social network clamps down on “inauthentic behavior.”
Inmates at a county jail in Florida volunteered to clean debris left in the wake of Michael, the strongest hurricane to hit the continental U.S. in more than a decade.