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The attack followed a school assembly that turned political.
Who says Trump doesn't have the guts to shut down the Russia probe?
Will party infighting derail the Dems' chances to take over the House?
Killing your customers, one baby at a time.
In Pennsylvania, GOP forgot the lessons of 2016, and lost.
Guess who he has in mind?
Looks like they're getting in on the censorship fun.
Toothbrushes, nylon, LEGOs, crayons, nail polish — implicated in "first-degree murder"?
Facebook fails once more to protect our privacy.
And welcome to the new normal: animals, both human and domestic, for your traveling misery.
Nobody said much when the national debt passed $21 trillion this week.
Interior Minister says Islam doesn't "belong to" Germany, but the damage is already done.
Meet Samuel Stochek, the man who made violins out of demolished buildings.
The ELCA only endorsed homosexuality in 2009...
On social media, it's always a good life.
This can be the beginning of a new and better FBI.
Former deputy FBI director said Sessions' move "will not erase the important work I was prevailed to be a part of, the results of which will in the end be revealed for the country to see."
What stops a bully? Physical force. Every time.
Rep. Louise Slaughter, 88, was the first woman to lead the House Rules Committee and was serving her 16th term in Congress.
Even criticizing the gun-control walkout was unacceptable.
The restaurant denies any racial discrimination.