Sanctions could ease if North Korea threat…

Pompeo says the US will not ease economic sanctions on North Korea until it is confident that the nuclear weapons threat from Pyongyang has been "substantially reduced"

Debunking The Link Between Refund Checks And…

The average tax refund might be smaller this year than it was at this point in 2018, but that doesn't mean you paid more in taxes.

Presidential Cuisine! Here Are Some Food Favs By…

The President of the United States has to make a lot of decisions on a daily basis including what to eat! Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

Coast Guard officer accused of making hit list of…

Federal authorities say a Coast Guard officer who espoused white supremacist views and dreamed of mass murder drew up a computer-spreadsheet hit list of Democratic politicians and TV journalists

Abuse victims: Italian law helps bishops dodge…

Advocates for victims of pedophile priests are pushing for Italy to revise laws that help bishops dodge accountability

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House Dems To Introduce Measure To Stop Trump's…

The resolution is expected to officially be introduced on Friday.

The Latest: No immediate comment from Smollett…

A spokeswoman for Jussie Smollett's attorneys says they may speak to reporters about the criminal case against the "Empire" actor after a bond hearing later Thursday

Slovaks mark anniversary of slayings of…

Tens of thousands are rallying across Slovakia to mark one year since the slayings of an investigative reporter and his fiancee that shocked the country

The Contentious Business Of Holding ICE Prisoners…

With controversy surrounding ICE, more and more officials are reassessing — or ending — their detention deals with the federal government.

Oregon set to become 1st state with mandatory…

Oregon is on track to becoming the first state to impose mandatory rent controls, with a measure establishing tenant protections moving through the Legislature

GOP candidate says he was assured of operative's…

The Republican in the country's last undecided congressional election testified Thursday that a political operative now accused of ballot fraud assured him he wouldn't collect absentee ballots in violation of state law

Ethics Watchdog Says Wilbur Ross Inaccurately…

An ethics watchdog says Ross incorrectly disclosed that he had sold off certain stocks.

Waiting for final Mueller report? It may be short on detail

Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has to end with a report, but anyone looking for a grand narrative on President Donald Trump, Russian election interference and all the juicy details uncovered over the past 20 months could end up disappointed.

Lawyer: Ex-FBI official McCabe still facing…

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe says he believes the findings of the special counsel's Russia investigation should be made public

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Government Admits Some Private Groups Can Access…

The names on the list are accessible through a national crime database, but access to that database is controlled by the FBI.

The Latest: Candidate didn't check if methods were legal

The Republican in the country's last undecided congressional election says he quickly believed the word of a rural North Carolina political operative that his incredible vote-collecting results were legal despite multiple warnings from the candidate's son

Stocks head lower, threatening to break a winning…

U.S. stocks are headed lower in midday trading, putting the S&P 500 index on pace for just its fourth decline this month

Maryland AG Says State Could Lose $513M In…

Maryland's attorney general says the state will join 15 others in suing President Trump over his national emergency declaration.

Sheriff: Florida mayor fired at deputies during raid

Authorities say a Florida mayor fired two shots at sheriff's deputies who raided his home to arrest him on allegations of practicing medicine without a license

The Latest: Venezuela's Maduro closes Brazil…

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is ordering the border with Brazil closed as opposition leaders plan to bring in foreign humanitarian aid from neighboring nations

For Presidents, One Brain Region Helps Campaign…

What separates a good candidate from a bad one could be neurological.

Kenya court set to rule on whether to scrap anti-gay laws

Kenyan court to rule whether to scrap laws criminalizing same sex relations

The Latest: Oakland teachers go on strike, picket…

Teachers in Oakland, California, have gone on strike demanding smaller class sizes and a 12 percent retroactive raise

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SCOTUS Rules Ban On Excessive Fines Applies To…

In an unanimous ruling Wednesday, the Supreme Court decided excessive fines can't be imposed by state and local governments, per the Eighth Amendment.

White House ends California talks on mileage standards

The Trump administration says it has broken off talks with California in a dispute over mileage standards, moving the two closer to a possible court battle that threatens to roil the auto industry

Pope offers 21 proposals to fight abuse at start…

Pope Francis has warned bishops that the Catholic faithful are demanding more than just condemnation of clergy sex abuse but concrete action to respond to the scandal