Her attorneys may not be banking on an acquittal, they could be looking for a hung jury.
"This is the largest organized effort to pay this many immigration bonds in one day," said RAICES Accompaniment and Bond Coordinator Blake Vera.
The Senate Majority Leader said it is "way too early" to say how the Senate "might handle impeachment."
The "Epstein didn't kill himself" meme makes another appearance, this time at a 'Real Housewives' convention in New York.
"It's the kind of thing you say when you're defending the indefensible," Democrat James Himes said, referring to Republican attempts to smear Vindman's reputation.
"If you find yourself lying about a war hero, you should probably question your choices in life," Representative Sean Maloney said.
Elise Jordan said Trump's allies don't care "what your service to your country has been," pointing out that "you can be literally wounded in battle" and they'll still suggest you're "a traitor."
Kate and Sarah asked Ellen DeGeneres to attend their wedding. She did the next best thing.
In a detailed letter concerning meetings with Ukraine, Senator Ron Johnson says future witness Alexander Vindman could be "sabotaging" Trump during impeachment proceedings and implied that the whistleblower may have a "political ax to grind."
Given the additional charges she faces, Napolitano added that it was likely too late for Loughlin to take a plea deal in line with the initial offer.
Company accused of violating Americans with Disabilities Act after failing to tell worker of open positions she could have worked at in other stores.
The Student Religious Liberties Act prevents teachers from penalizing students from "religious expression" in their work, which critics argue could lead to students giving incorrect answers based on their faith.
"Taylor, the narrative you have created does not exist."
In tech, it's accepted that a problem must occur before it can be fixed, but the autonomous car industry has the power to prepare for future cyber threats, protecting lives and livelihoods.
Fox News promotes new "whistleblower" complaint in an attempt to discredit the unnamed intelligence community whistleblower.
"No Tennessee public university may discriminate against a college athlete based on a donation to the university by a coach," Brian Kelsey wrote in his Facebook post. "We want to encourage our former players to donate to our public universities to help keep college tuition affordable."
Officer Cebron Hackett has been suspended without pay for 30 days after his department reviewed videotape that showed him stripping all of his clothes off and dancing ecstatically to Journey's 1981 hit.
Walker County police in Alabama were called about Gerald Baldwin walking on the side of the road while carrying an oxygen tank.
President Evo Morales said Sunday he would resign after the military and police called on him to step down following weeks of unrest over his alleged rigging of last month's presidential election.
Former St. Louis, Missouri officer Randy Hays plead guilty to federal charges of beating an undercover colleague who was posing as a protester during a 2017 protest.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen has claimed "anti-Catholic bigotry" is afoot, after a recent photo of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito posing with a hate group leader sparked calls for the pair to recuse themselves in upcoming LGBT court cases.
Reed is scheduled to be executed on November 20.
"Last Christmas" is this holiday season's big rom-com, coming to theaters this week. Here's everything you need to know about the movie including release date, cast, trailer and plot.
The group was also outspent by organizations such as Everytown and Giffords, which invested heavily in the Virginia legislative races.
The New Mexico Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in a bid to overturn the conviction of Anthony Blas Yepez due to a gene mutation in his DNA that has been theorized to impair anger regulation.
"Does this confirm Katie and Chris broke up?"
Beaches in Maui have been closed after several sharks were spotted on three occasions in two days.
Andrew Feldman questioned whether the United States was ready to elect a female president on Rising with Krystal & Saagar yesterday.
In the 11 months since recreational use became legal in the state, police have had to change the way they dealt with situations where marijuana smells are present.