Wildfires in California have claimed the lives of more than 30 people.
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House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi stressed that the “public has a right to know, and no one is above the law in terms of our having access to that information.”
"I certainly hope [the show] works as a metaphor for the way we’re coexisting and the way we’re problem-solving here on Earth," the executive producer tells Newsweek.
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"An honest vote count is no longer possible," said the president, pushing for the Republican candidates to be declared the winners before the recounts are complete.
The former Army officer lost his bid for Congress in West Virginia but achieved a remarkable swing in the deep red state.
“Deploying troops to our own border for no national security reason is one of the biggest scandals of this Presidency,” said Democratic Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii.
A senior Israeli officer who led the raid was also killed.
The crash is the second in the past few weeks involving the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier.
The judge has ordered Amazon to release any recordings taken by the Echo at the scene of a double murder last year.
"I made my own optic adjustment," the former first lady writes of President Donald Trump's inauguration in her new book, "Becoming." "I stopped even trying to smile."
"Russia is known to possess such capabilities," said Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila.
The veteran actor was seen as one of Canadian theater's greatest talents.