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US Justice Department investigating Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, Buffalo
Trump praises congressman who body slammed reporter at Montana rally
Trump holding event in Montana after he threatened to close the U.S.-Mexico border in a tweet because of concerns over a migrant caravan approaching the U.S.
Kangaroo meat served to Nebraska school students, superintendent says
A Nebraska superintendent is apologizing for "anxiety and any harm" caused after a school chef served — without disclosing — kangaroo meat to students.
ALCS Game 5 live updates: JD Martinez puts Red Sox up, 1-0
The Sox are on the doorstep of the World Series. Tonight, they try to break through.
Manafort has reportedly visited Mueller's office 9 times over the last month, for hours at a time
Paul Manafort is the special counsel Robert Mueller's most significant cooperating witness to date, and his frequent trips to Mueller's office indicate the Russia investigation is not slowing down any time soon.
Dozens of volunteers help in foot search for missing Wisconsin 13-year-old
Dozens of volunteers answer call to help, search in vain for clues.
Conservatives mount a whisper campaign smearing Khashoggi in defense of Trump
A cadre of conservative House lawmakers is fueling false reports depicting the missing Saudi journalist as allied with Middle Eastern terrorists.
John Kelly and John Bolton Have Shouting Match Over Immigration
An expletive-laden blowup over border security between the White House chief of staff and the national security adviser was loud enough to be overheard by several officials in the West Wing.
Beto O'Rourke says he still supports impeaching Trump
With Hot Governor's Race, Early Voting Surges in Georgia
What Is the Migrant Caravan and Why Does Trump Care?
As many as 4,000 people are walking together north from Central America, fleeing violence or poverty. The president wants them to stop.
Trump administration does about-face on announcement that top HUD aide would lead Interior watchdog
Friday: HUD Secretary Ben Carson said a political appointee was leaving to become Interior’s acting inspector general. Today: Interior swipes back, says Carson’s email to staff was “100 percent false.”
Woman seen on surveillance video leaving 2-year-old on stranger's doorstep
The woman carried the boy by one arm, rang the doorbell and ran back to her car
Jimmy Carter: Kavanaugh's confirmation to Supreme Court a 'very serious mistake'
Former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday that he believes Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is "unfit" to serve on the highest court in the land.
It could be a warm winter, but that doesn't mean it won't snow
A warmer-than-normal winter could be in store for New England. But the jury is out on whether it will be wetter than normal.