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2 Children, Great-grandmother Die in California Wildfire

2 Children, Great-grandmother Die in California Wildfire

The death count from a rapidly growing Northern California wildfire rose to five Saturday after two young children and their great-grandmother who had been unaccounted for were confirmed dead."My
Report: Erdogan Defiant in Face of US Sanctions

Report: Erdogan Defiant in Face of US Sanctions

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, responding to a threat by U.S. President Donald Trump to slap sanctions on Ankara if it did not free an American pastor, said his country would stand its
Editors Calls Capital Gazette Victims 'Friends of the People'

Editors Calls Capital Gazette Victims 'Friends of the People'

The five Capital Gazette employees killed in an attack in their newsroom last month were "friends of the people,'' and "not one of them deserved to be seen as an enemy,'' the executive editor of The
With 100 Days to Go Until Midterms, Trump is the Top Issue

With 100 Days to Go Until Midterms, Trump is the Top Issue

There are now 100 days left before U.S. midterm elections in November when control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress will be at stake. Polls give opposition Democrats an edge and both parties
Black Man Accuses Sean Spicer of Hurling Racial Slur at Him

Black Man Accuses Sean Spicer of Hurling Racial Slur at Him

A black man yelled at former White House press secretary Sean Spicer in a bookstore and accused Spicer of calling him a racial slur when they were students at a prep school decades ago.Spicer was
With 100 Days Until the Midterms, Trump is the Top Issue

With 100 Days Until the Midterms, Trump is the Top Issue

One hundred days from now, we should be better able to answer the following question: What does the country really think about the presidency of Donald J. Trump?Midterm congressional elections are on
Trump Threatens Government Shutdown Over Border Wall Funding

Trump Threatens Government Shutdown Over Border Wall Funding

U.S. President Donald Trump threatened Sunday to shut down the government if Congress does not fund construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border to thwart illegal immigration.The U.S. leader
Parrots for The Price of A Car at Exotic Bird Store in Virginia

Parrots for The Price of A Car at Exotic Bird Store in Virginia

Small or giant, expensive and rare a pet store in Falls Church, Virginia, has a dozens of parrots and anything one might need to take care of them. Maxim Moskalkov paid a visit to the store that
Trump, NYT Publisher Spar Over President's Attacks on US Media

Trump, NYT Publisher Spar Over President's Attacks on US Media

U.S. President Donald Trump said Sunday he recently told the publisher of The New York Times how he came to describe the mainstream news media as the "Enemy of the People," but the news executive said
Donald Trump claims he will shut down the government if Democrats vote against the wall

Donald Trump claims he will shut down the government if Democrats vote against the wall

But the Senate's top Rebulican warned the border-funding issue would not be resolved until after November.
Turkey's Erdogan Vows Not to Bow to US Threats

Turkey's Erdogan Vows Not to Bow to US Threats

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is vowing not to back down to Washington's demand to release American Pastor Andrew Brunson, who is on trial on terrorism charges. U.S. President Donald Trump on
New Intrigue in Russia Probe

New Intrigue in Russia Probe

Intrigue surrounding the U.S. Justice Department’s Russia probe has risen once again amid reports President Donald Trump’s former attorney is claiming Trump knew in advance of a 2016 meeting his top
White House Economic Adviser Sees Sustainable US Growth

White House Economic Adviser Sees Sustainable US Growth

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Sunday he believes the 4.1 percent growth the U.S. recorded in the last three months is sustainable in the coming months despite skepticism expressed by
NASA Marks 60 Years Since Legal Inception

NASA Marks 60 Years Since Legal Inception

America's dream of space exploration took its first official step 60 years ago Sunday when President Dwight Eisenhower signed a law authorizing the formation of NASA - the National Aeronautics and
Manafort Trial to Focus on Lavish Lifestyle, Not Collusion

Manafort Trial to Focus on Lavish Lifestyle, Not Collusion

The trial of President Donald Trump's onetime campaign chairman will open this week with tales of lavish spending, secret shell companies and millions of dollars of Ukrainian money flowing through
Josip Peruzovic, Wrestler Who Played Villain Volkoff, Dies

Josip Peruzovic, Wrestler Who Played Villain Volkoff, Dies

Josip Peruzovic, the former pro wrestler known for playing beloved villain Nikolai Volkoff, has died. He was 70.His wife Lynn Peruzovic confirmed his death Sunday. She says he has had heart problems,
Unchecked Northern California Fire Claims Sixth Life

Unchecked Northern California Fire Claims Sixth Life

The wildfire burning almost unchecked in Northern California has claimed it's sixth victim. At a news conference Sunday, Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko said the victim, who was not identified,
Children among dead as California wildfire continues to rage

Children among dead as California wildfire continues to rage

A 70-year-old woman and her two great-grandchildren were among six killed when a wildfire raged through an area of northern California and engulfed entire communities, officials and family members
Anti-press rhetoric 'will lead to violence', New York Times publisher tells Trump

Anti-press rhetoric 'will lead to violence', New York Times publisher tells Trump

The publisher of the New York Times said Sunday he warned Donald Trump in a White House meeting that the president's escalating attacks on the news media are "dangerous and harmful to our country" and
Hope grows as deadly Northern California blaze slows down

Hope grows as deadly Northern California blaze slows down

The deadly Northern California wildfire that has forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes slowed down Sunday after days of explosive growth, giving officials hope even as they announced