WASHINGTON – The more they heard, the more hesitant Supreme Court justices seemed to be Tuesday about disrupting the work of the board Congress put in place to fix Puerto Rico’s catastrophic economic problems. If the hundreds of billions of ...Read More »
CLEVELAND – The U.S. opioids epidemic has claimed more than 400,000 lives and left millions of people addicted, strained health care, law enforcement and social service systems, cost governments billions, and bankrupted the best-known manufacturer of narcotic painkillers. Now, 12 ...
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One evening in February 2002, a 21-year-old single mother named Keenya Cook was making dinner and taking care of her 6-month-old daughter when the doorbell rang at her Tacoma, Washington, home. When Cook answered, 16-year-old Lee Boyd Malvo shot her ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – At least four national security officials were so alarmed by the Trump administration’s attempts to pressure Ukraine for political purposes that they raised concerns with a White House lawyer both before and immediately after President Donald Trump’s July ...Read More »
A hacker serving a 10-year prison sentence for stealing files from an intelligence firm was held in contempt of court Thursday for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Judge Anthony Trenga dismissed ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – More than a dozen prominent conservative lawyers, including George Conway, offered their legal reasoning for an “expeditious” impeachment probe into President Donald Trump, creating a document they hope will be read by Republicans who continue to stand by ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – Lawyers for the whistleblower whose complaint against President Donald Trump sparked House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry issued a statement Wednesday rebutting Trump’s claims that their client is politically biased. “Our client has never worked for or advised a political ...Read More »