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New Book Seen as Most Damning Portrait Yet of Trump White House

New Book Seen as Most Damning Portrait Yet of Trump White House

Excerpts from a new book about the Donald Trump presidency, authored by the journalist credited with helping to drive President Richard Nixon from power, describes the current administration as
‘The Purge’ TV Series Review: A Thoughtful but Tame Horror Adaptation

‘The Purge’ TV Series Review: A Thoughtful but Tame Horror Adaptation

Few 21st Century horror concepts have proven as potent and profitable as the The Purge. Set in a near-future America where all crime (including murder) is legal for one night a year, The Purge uses
Amazon Goes From Books to a Trillion-Dollar Valuation

Amazon Goes From Books to a Trillion-Dollar Valuation

Amazon's journey from an online bookseller started in a garage to a global e-commerce powerhouse valued at a trillion dollars has centered on obsession with the long road.The company, initially
Former Arizona Senator Kyl to Replace McCain

Former Arizona Senator Kyl to Replace McCain

Former Arizona Senator John Kyl was named to replace the late Senator John McCain.Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, who was required by state law to pick another Republican to fill the seat, said Tuesday
USA Gymnastics Says CEO Out in Latest Post-Scandal Shakeup

USA Gymnastics Says CEO Out in Latest Post-Scandal Shakeup

USA Gymnastics said on Tuesday its chief executive had left the sport's national governing body, as the organization tries to recover from a scandal over the sexual abuse of hundreds of female
Trump to Chair UN Security Council Meeting on Iran

Trump to Chair UN Security Council Meeting on Iran

President Donald Trump will chair a United Nations Security Council meeting on Iran this month during the annual gathering of world leaders in New York, diplomats and U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said
US Report Criticizes FEMA Response to Maria in Puerto Rico

US Report Criticizes FEMA Response to Maria in Puerto Rico

A federal report published Tuesday found that staff shortages and a lack of trained personnel slowed the U.S. government response to Hurricane Maria, a storm estimated to have killed nearly 3,000
US Warns Syria Against Chemical Attack on Idlib

US Warns Syria Against Chemical Attack on Idlib

The U.S. said Tuesday it would "respond swiftly and appropriately" if Syria, with Russian and Iranian support, uses chemical weapons in an attack on Idlib province, the last rebel stronghold in
What Deadline? Mueller Probe Can Go Up to November 6 and Beyond

What Deadline? Mueller Probe Can Go Up to November 6 and Beyond

Deadlines? What deadlines?For months, President Donald Trump and his allies have said the special counsel needs to wrap up his Russia investigation within 60 days of the midterm elections in November,
US Factory Activity Hits 14-Year High; Supply Constraints Rising

US Factory Activity Hits 14-Year High; Supply Constraints Rising

U.S. manufacturing activity accelerated to more than a 14-year high in August, boosted by a surge in new orders, but increasing bottlenecks in the supply chain because of a robust economy and import
Cars Now Cruising Down the Monthly Subscription Highway

Cars Now Cruising Down the Monthly Subscription Highway

If you already subscribe to digital services like Netflix to binge on TV shows and Spotify to groove to an endless mix of music, the auto industry might have a deal for you: Subscribe to your next car
Republicans Hit Trump for Criticizing Justice Department

Republicans Hit Trump for Criticizing Justice Department

President Donald Trump encountered bipartisan criticism on Tuesday for complaining that his own Justice Department's indictments against two Republican congressmen were endangering the GOP's midterm
Trump Speaks on Phone with South Korea's President

Trump Speaks on Phone with South Korea's President

U.S. President Donald Trump spoke on the phone Tuesday with his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, regarding the latest developments on the Korean peninsula.According to White House officials,
'Crazytown': Woodward's Trump book details dysfunctional White House

'Crazytown': Woodward's Trump book details dysfunctional White House

President Donald Trump's White House is mired in a perpetual "nervous breakdown" with staff constantly seeking to control a leader whose anger and paranoia can paralyze operations for days, according
Tropical Storm Gordon to Strike US Gulf Coast as a Hurricane

Tropical Storm Gordon to Strike US Gulf Coast as a Hurricane

Hundreds of thousands of residents along the central U.S. Gulf Coast are piling sandbags, boarding up windows and stocking up on supplies as they get ready for Tropical Storm Gordon.Gordon is
Alaska Village Experiences Boom in Polar Bear Tourism

Alaska Village Experiences Boom in Polar Bear Tourism

A tiny Alaska Native village has experienced a boom in tourism in recent years as polar bears spend more time on land than on diminishing Arctic sea ice.More than 2,000 people visited the northern
Haley: Trump's Mideast Peace Plan 'Getting Close'

Haley: Trump's Mideast Peace Plan 'Getting Close'

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Tuesday that she has read the Trump administration's much-anticipated Middle East peace plan. And while it is "getting close," it will not be rolled out later this
US Appoints Veteran Envoy for Afghan Peace Effort

US Appoints Veteran Envoy for Afghan Peace Effort

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has named veteran diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad as a special adviser on seeking reconciliation in war-battered Afghanistan.Pompeo made the announcement Tuesday as Khalilzad
Trump-Sessions Feud Called Aberration in American Politics

Trump-Sessions Feud Called Aberration in American Politics

President Donald Trump's latest attack on social media against Attorney General Jeff Sessions is seen by experts and lawmakers as an aberration in American politics and yet another assault on the
Pence Calls for Release of Jailed Reuters Journalists

Pence Calls for Release of Jailed Reuters Journalists

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday called on Myanmar's government to reverse a court ruling that imprisoned two Reuters journalists for seven years and to release them immediately.The