Hillary Clinton Email Scandal Update: Was Anthony Weiner’s Computer Search Legal? Huma Abedin Wants To See Warrant
Former Congressman Anthony Weiner and his estranged wife Huma Abedin never received any search warrants for the emails found on Weiner’s computer, Abedin’s lawyer said in a court filing.
The Bashar Assad government has reportedly stopped all evacuations from the battered city, accusing rebel fighters of violating terms of the deal.
Reports said about 36 people were killed on average every day in connection to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs, during his first 168 days in office.
President Barack Obama, in an unexpected move Wednesday, refused to sign an extension of U.S. sanctions against Tehran but allowed the bill to become law.
Banking Trends 2016: TCF, Citigroup, Wells Fargo Feature In Top 5 Banks In US That Receive Most Complaints
An analysis of grievances submitted to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that TCF Bank had 12.3 complaints per billion, the most for any bank in 2016.
Did Russia Help Donald Trump Win? Putin's Popularity Among Republicans Soars Despite 58% Americans Thinking Moscow Is US Enemy
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s net favorable rating among Republicans has jumped from -66 points in 2014 to -10 points in December 2016, according to a YouGov/Economist poll.
Law enforcement authorities say the controversial anti-noise legislation could harm attempts to increase security in the Arab sectors.
Russia Election Hack Update: Lindsey Graham Says Moscow Hacked His Presidential Campaign Email Account
“[Russia is] trying to destabilize democracy all over the world, not just here,” the South Carolina senator said Wednesday.
Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Program Erik Solheim said he was worried about “elite American politicians” denying the science behind climate change.
Russia blamed rebel forces claiming they opened fire on pro-government troops, forcing them to retaliate.
“This isn’t just for sports fans. It’s economic development and jobs,” Council member Rebecca Kaplan said Tuesday.
The Detroit News reported Tuesday optical scanners in 37 percent of Detroit precincts registered more ballots cast than the number of voters recorded in poll books.
Canadian actor Alan Thicke, best known for his role as the father Jason Seaver in the 1980s sitcom “Growing Pains,” is survived by his wife and three sons.
The study published Monday found white people were twice as likely to take antidepressants or anti-anxiety pills compared to African-Americans and Hispanics.
Why Is Syria Bombing Aleppo? Pro-Assad Troops Killing Civilians In Rebel-Held Neighborhoods, UN Says
The United Nations Human Rights Council said it had reliable evidence to prove pro-government troops entered civilian homes and killed 82 Syrians “on the spot.”
Flight MH370 Update: Search Vessel Leaves Australian Port To Re-Examine Ocean Possibly For Final Time
The Dutch-owned search vessel MV Fugro Equator left Australian port Fremantle to conduct a sweep of a 1,864-miles search area southwest of Perth.
Marijuana Sales 2016: Colorado's Cannabis Stores Sold Record $1 Billion Worth Of Weed In First 10 Months
Nearly $82.8 million of recreational marijuana and over $35 million of medical cannabis were sold in Colorado in October 2016.
Conway noted in an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt that communications would be an important aspect of the Trump administration given the “hostile” press.
Forces loyal to President Bashar Assad claimed to have recaptured al-Fardous, one of the largest neighborhoods in the city, which has been under rebel control since 2012.
How Many Christians Are There In The World This Christmas Season? Christianity Still The World's Largest Religion In 2016
Christianity is the largest religion in the world and according to the Pew Research Center, is likely to remain so for the next four decades.
According to the New York City Police Department, there has been a 115 percent spike in hate crimes targeting Jewish, LGBTQ and Muslim communities since Nov. 8.
The study, conducted by the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, found that setting the 576,000 inmates free could save $20 billion annually.
The 21-article legislation, if passed, would transform Ankara’s political framework from a parliamentary system to a presidential one.
“Helicopters, warplanes and rocket bombardment like every day. Nothing has changed,” an official with the Jabha Shamiya rebel group told Reuters.
When Will Trump Become President? Michael Moore Says President-Elect May Quit Even Before Entering Oval Office
“He may decide he just wants to quit before he even takes office,” the Academy Award-winning filmmaker said in an interview Wednesday.
Trump Intelligence Briefing: President-Elect Receiving Fewer Briefings Than Predecessors, Reports Say
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has declined several intelligence briefings offered to him and is allegedly receiving an average of only one briefing per week, reports said Thursday.
Burger was part of an elaborate Nazi plan titled Operation Bernhard that sought to disrupt Britain’s economy by introducing millions of fake bank notes.
A U.S. military official said coalition airstrikes may be more aggressive in places like Mosul where Iraqi forces are fighting to liberate the city from the Islamic State group.
What To Tip For Christmas 2016: How To Tip Your Hairdresser, Mailman, House Cleaner And Other Service Workers This Holiday Season
You can tip the people who help make your life smoother based on how helpful the person has been in the past year.
With a few clicks, you can skip the stamp-licking, envelope-stuffing, time-consuming and expensive process and instead send your loved ones e-cards.