Federal agents raided 20 locations in California, where "birth tourists" were staying in luxury buildings.
A form on the GOP’s website offers people the chance to “be flown out to Palm Beach and have dinner with President Trump.”
The woman died Tuesday after being mauled.
Erica Vladimer said Klein “shoved his tongue” down her throat at a bar. She quit a month later.
Ryan Dickey was re-assigned from the Justice Department's computer crime and intellectual property division to Mueller’s team.
Officer Timothy Loehmann was only eight months into his job when he made the decision to pull the trigger and kill the 12-year-old.
"So far in 3 years, only women have been removed from boardroom meetings," a board member told AP.
Some of the document's seemingly wild claims have held up to a year's worth of scrutiny, even as many more parts remain disputed or have no evidence of being true.
The refuge was opened up for oil and gas drilling in December.
President Trump wants to drill for oil on the coast of the U.S. but is exempting Florida, potentially for nefarious reasons.
"This Starbucks development is a glaring slide down a slippery slope," the petition states. "When will it stop?"
The settlement still remains subject to court approval.
The world's biggest oil companies must reimburse New York City for billions of dollars in repairs and planning to combat climate change partly caused by the fossil-fuel-burning companies, a new lawsuit charged Wednesday.
In the Trump era, more Americans are buying anti-radiation drugs and bomb shelters.
“He’s got my gun!” an officer shouted before Charly Keunang was shot in 2015.
The commander in chief has sold over $35 million worth of real estate.
“No one’s been this low at this point," said Tim Malloy, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Daddy Yankee and several others will be on stage for the Grammys.
The president chastised coverage of his televised immigration meeting and called for a review of the country’s libel laws.
Employers could face criminal charges if found to have knowingly hired unauthorized workers living in the United States illegally.
Judge William Alsup's decision to temporarily block President Donald Trump from ending DACA is only the latest instance of the courts thwarting the administration's immigration crackdown.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement may have squandered opportunities to apprehend undocumented immigrants who may be “known or suspected terrorists.”
"It is unequivocally intolerable that the Interior Department could be wasting scarce taxpayer resources that are meant to save lives.”
A group says climate change web content is being changed and is harder to access.
Smart, qualified Republican lawyers who would make fine federal judges are being passed over in favor of ideologues.
Gallup linked the spike in dissatisfaction with the sharp focus that has been placed on how women are treated in the U.S. and around the world in the wake of the #MeToo movement and the Women's March on Washington.
“The fight to protect Dreamers is not only a moral imperative, it is also a critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success,” the memo reads.
"He was, as I said, a glorified state senator," Joe Scarborough said Tuesday.
The church discouraged victims of sexual abuse from reporting the incidents to secular law enforcement officials.
Heated rhetoric about Jews has spiked following the president's announcement about a new capital of Israel.