"We couldn't figure out early on why he was being so nice to Russia," a former senior administration official said.
The boy's father wouldn't believe Wesly Michel was waiting for a friend. But then the friend showed up.
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"Just me and my wife and we got guns a blazing, you wanna come in here?" Rick Lynn Simmons said, according to his federal indictment.
Immigrants in a California detention center have to overcome nearly insurmountable barriers to get in touch with a lawyer, a lawsuit alleges.
One text was sent to Berreth's job and the other to her fiancée, Patrick Frazee.
"It turns into this ugly monster because it gets political."
The two boys, ages 2 and 4, were under the care of their aunt, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services confirmed.
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Video appears to show the senator grabbing a phone from a Georgia Tech student's hands.
"A policeman warmed me about taking video on my phone."
Some have experienced their alarms not going off, apps closing unexpectedly.
Samsung recalled more than 2.5 million devices over exploding batteries in 2016.
A 15-year-old died after falling five floors from a fire escape on Sunday night.
A remarkably similar incident occurred in 2014, when two people died while attempting to retrieve a cellphone dropped in a cesspit.
A Verizon customer in San Francisco went on a racist rant, chanting the n-word and telling the store's manager he was "disrespectful to the entire black race" over a failed phone purchase.
The president reportedly ignored aides who advised him not to congratulate Putin on his March election win.
People were getting texts from the app informing them that they were nominated for various titles, like "most savage board game player."
"Are we comfortable with the idea of calling and location data being trawled through for the purpose of hunting down people who might not really be guilty of anything more serious than wanting to come here and work?" a Cato Institute privacy and security expert asked.
The lawyer for Stormy Daniels said he believed intercepted communications led investigators to believe Cohen might destroy evidence.
In a long interview with state media, Lavrov seemed to reiterate comments made by Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov, who said Trump invited Putin to Washington.