Maui Brush Fire Update: Kapalua Airport, Homes Evacuated as Blaze Rapidly Scorches Nearly 1,000 Acres of Hawaii
A fast-moving brush fire in West Maui has spread across the Kapalua area, leading to the evacuation of several homes and road closures.
The former White House communications director said he didn't think Trump would make it to the next election.
Robert Dowling has taken a 287-pound bathtub with him on endurance challenges like crossing a Bolivian desert, sailing down the Amazon and summiting Mount Kilimanjaro. Only one final adventure remains.
If Trump could give up on the Kurds abruptly, without warning, how can we be sure he won't do the same to us?
A Pew Research Center report released on Thursday said that while fewer Americans identified as Protestants or Catholics, the number who identify with no religious affiliation is on the uptake.
Multiple flyers promoting neo-Nazi imagery and rhetoric were found outside a predominantly black church Monday.
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The former first lady has repeatedly ruled out running for president but she remains a popular choice among 2020 Democratic primary voters.
A dog missing for 14 years was reunited with its owner after the shelter scanned the animal's microchip.
The pristine copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" has been kept in a briefcase for 20 years.
Meese spent most of his political career working with Reagan.
A former U.S. special envoy to the coalition against ISIS was among many critics of the move, saying that decision to allow Turkey's incursion "guaranteed future bloodshed".
Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan became the latest defender of Donald Trump to question journalists for taking the president at his word.
Former Illinois GOP congressman and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Walsh demanded members of his party vote to impeach President Donald Trump, labeling him a "traitor" to the United States
President of Judicial Watch says Senate Majority Leader should use his power to end "harrassment" againt Trump.
A second whistleblower, described as an intelligence official, has come forward with firsthand accusations against President Donald Trump and allegations of quid pro quo dealings with Ukraine for political purposes.
"It's clear he considers the presidency a free pass to do whatever he wants, with no accountability," Biden wrote in a newspaper op-ed.
"What do we have to do with this? It proves once again that we had nothing to do with this since the very beginning," Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
"Even though this information was released by the White House itself, more than one quarter of Republicans still say Trump probably didn't make any mention of it," Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute said.
So far, Trump has held his fire, wary of igniting a much wider Middle East war that some supporters warn could sink his chances for reelection. But analysts say the region is headed for a major conflagration despite the president's restraint.
Sleep studies technician Andrew Chickoree, 52, was detained by the New Port Richey Police Department on one count of sexual battery and one count of battery.
"We had a guy a couple of weeks ago with congestive heart failure...The judge let him make bond so the county didn't get stuck with that bill," Lamar County Sheriff Hal Allred admitted.
In a tweet, Scaramucci told Trump that "trying to get dirt on" Joe Biden from the Ukraine President is "not like playing a game of 'Telephone' in middle school."
"It is shocking at another level that the White House would release these notes and felt that somehow this would help the president's case or cause because what those notes reflect is a classic mafia-like shakedown of a foreign leader," said Rep. Adam Schiff.
Tucker Carlson also defended President Donald Trump for pushing Ukraine to investigate the Biden family.
New York rep. has frequently hit out at Democrats for not previously launching impeachment hearings against president.
The peace talks are collapsing and the violence still claims U.S. service members' lives, but it's been over a year since the Pentagon held a press briefing on America's longest war.
David Morrell is a bestselling author of 32 novels, including the first appearance of Rambo, in "First Blood."
"I just wanted to say it's been my pleasure to be your corner telephone pole for many years now," reads a note pinned to a utility pole near 3rd and Federal Streets scheduled to be replaced.