Cynthia Abcug got caught up in the conspiracy theory and stopped going to therapy, her daughter told authorities in Colorado.
The Maine senator said she's "open" to calling witnesses at President Trump's trial, but argued it’s too early to decide definitely.
"Why is Facebook taking money from ambulance-chasing law firms for ads that are helping the spread of HIV?” said a co-founder of the PrEP4All Collaboration.
The senator and the mayor have traded blows over the role of high-dollar private fundraisers after Buttigieg attended a dinner with billionaires in a wine cave.
The Democratic congressional candidate has come under fire over comments he made about women in a series of blogs in the 2000s.
About 850 Saudi students in the U.S. for military training will be limited to classroom-only instruction moving forward.
Stanford professor Pamela S. Karlan used a domestic analogy to put Trump's withholding of aid to Ukraine in context.
The company whose goal was once "to make the world more open and connected" is doubling down on local matters. Facebook announced Monday it will begin showing more news from local outlets in the Newsfeed. The strategy shift is part of a broader push at the site to elevate content from trusted sources, given the site's role in the 2016 election as a massive conduit of disinformation from Russian agents to the American public.