Lawyers for the right-wing conspiracy theorist accidentally sent child porn to the plaintiffs.
The CNN host got choked up remembering his mother, who died Monday at the age of 95.
It took three and a half years for the state to reach $500 million in revenue, and just two more years to double it.
Mayor Catherine Pugh said she intends to return to work after a leave of absence.
An earlier bill to honor the fallen U.S. Army captain mistakenly renamed the wrong post office.
Jeff Bezos walks away with 75 percent of the couple's Amazon stock.
The U.S. representative from Ohio joins a crowded Democratic field.
The retailer is being more selective with its co-branded clothing, though current corporate customers are unaffected.
The average woman made 80 cents for every dollar earned by a white man -- and the gap isn't shrinking.
In a rare reversal, a product Tim Cook once touted on stage has been canceled.
The majority Republican chamber overwhelmingly supported the measure.
A recent Alex Jones post put Instagram's community standards to the test.
The president's claim echoes his earlier accusations of wiretapping.
A video appears to show Larry Baer dragging his wife to the ground during an argument.
WWE wrestlers Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch are set to take center stage in April.
In back-to-back segments, Laura Ingraham championed the First Amendment, then attacked it.
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The company claimed its anti-LGBTQ days are a thing of the past. Critics don't clucking believe it.
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"This man and his family are the greatest threats to democracy of my lifetime,” the House majority whip said.
Colorado police arrested Jeremy Webster two hours after the shooting.
Theranos also announced Friday Holmes is no longer CEO of the company.
CBS' Weijia Jiang asked the president to explain why he thinks North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat.
A North Korean propaganda video shows the president saluting a general during this week's summit.
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