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Missouri Man Becomes 8th Person to Die of Vaping-Related Illness in the U.S.
Two-thirds of the cases involved 18- to 34-year-olds. Three-quarters are men.
Trump strips California of power to set auto emission standards
The White House has stripped California of its right to set its own auto emissions standards and banned other states from setting similar rules.
Trump blasts calls for impeachment of Brett Kavanaugh after new allegations
New York Times details new claims against supreme court judge
Republicans jeer at 'Fantasy Island’ impeachment investigation as House Dems boost tools to go after President Trump
Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz called the committee's activities "impeachment in drag."
The Supreme Court just let Trump close the Mexican border to nearly all migrants seeking asylum
So much for reining in executive power.
Deadly design flaws in Twin Towers
In the wake of the deadly 9/11 attacks that claimed thousands of lives, a number of disturbing design faults in the Twin Towers came to light.
John Bolton: Trump's national security adviser is out
US President Donald Trump has announced he fired his hawkish National Security Adviser John Bolton, adding that he disagreed "strongly" with him.
5 Dead, 21 Injured in West Texas Shooting Spree
Police said they shot and killed the gunman outside a mall movie theater.
Are markets signalling that a recession is due?
Financial markets have flashed a warning sign about the economic outlook for the UK and the US.
Trump official revises Statue of Liberty poem to defend migrant rule change
A top US immigration official has revised a quote inscribed on the Statue of Liberty in defence of a new policy that denies food aid to legal migrants.
Trump administration announces rule that could limit legal immigration
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra called the rule "vile" and an "attack on families and lower income communities of color."
El Paso shooting: Suspect 'confessed to targeting Mexicans'
The suspect accused of killing 22 people at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, has confessed that he was targeting "Mexicans", say US media.
US immigration: ICE releases 300 people after Mississippi raids
US immigration officials have said they have released some 300 people who were arrested in a massive raid in Mississippi on Wednesday.
US immigration: ICE arrests nearly 700 people in Mississippi raids
US immigration officials have arrested almost 700 people after a series of raids in the state of Mississippi.
20 confirmed killed in El Paso Walmart shooting rampage
The governor of Texas has confirmed 20 people have been killed in a shooting at a Walmart store in El Paso. Over two dozen were injured.
‘CHILDREN AND ADULTS’: Death toll rises in horror Walmart mass shooting
At least 20 people are dead and 26 others, including a four-month-old baby, have been injured after a gunman opened fire inside a Walmart store in Texas. Warning: Graphic
Hamza Bin Laden: Son of Osama 'dead', US officials say
The son of al-Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden, Hamza, has died, according to US intelligence officials.
Sanders, Warren fight back at U.S. Democratic debate against moderate rivals
High-stakes debate pits voters' hearts against heads in fight for political left
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló Resigns After Chat Scandal
Puerto Ricans have been marching through San Juan to protest allegations of corruption and offensive messages published during the “Chatgate” scandal
5 key takeaways from Robert Mueller's testimony before Congress
Moments after being sworn in for his testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday morning, former special counsel Robert Mueller again doubled down on his commitment not to take his testimony beyond the bounds of his 448-page report.
Mexican Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Guzman Sentenced to Life Behind Bars
Guzman sentenced in New York court after 2017 extradition to the US
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