Lawyers reveal — then retract — plan for more wall in Arizona and California, according to a court filing, Bloomberg reports.
"Iran will not stop their misbehavior until the consequences become more real," the senator said after a drone attack on Saudi oil facilities.
The Portland, Oregon, crowd jeered during the halftime event when enlistees reached the phrase: “I will obey the orders of the president of the United States.”
"You don’t get to culturally misappropriate it for profit," said an angry member of the Maori Council in a video message.
An attorney for the former FBI deputy director presses federal prosecutors about an anticipated indictment that hasn't materialized.
"As if leadership really cares. I guess I should not be surprised," one employee responded to an email on the discovery of the Nazi symbol, CNN reported.
The president appears to mangle American history as he repeats a false boast that the nation's air and water are the cleanest ever, then he fact-checks himself.
“It is very concerning that a letter from a group of senators can silence the voices of medical and scientific experts,” said a doctor who flagged the false info.
A contract between Glasgow Prestwick Airport and the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency has been “kicked in the long grass.”
"There is a human right here to be defended," said Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, who sees the internet as a way around America's most restrictive anti-abortion laws.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport "routinely" arranges lodging for American military during refueling layovers, a spokesperson told The Scotsman newspaper.
"We must ... be considerate of perceptions of not being good stewards of taxpayer funds," the Air Force said in a statement.
As House investigators probe suspicious refueling stops, the Defense Department has a longer, pricier deal beginning in October, The Scotsman reports.
Appallingly insensitive — and false, Democratic strategist Paul Begala recalls after the president tries to bash Rep. Ilhan Omar using images of the terrorist strike.