It Was a Wild Day in Washington Yesterday. Here's What Went Down.
The fight between Congress and the Trump administration is escalating.
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"Game of Thrones" fans in China missed out on 6 minutes of sex and gore
But — spoiler alert! — they saw the ending before U.S. fans did
31 dead and more than 200 missing as California wildfires hit record levels
A DNA lab and teams of anthropologists have been called in to help identify bone fragments.
Here's what's been happening at the polls on Election Day
Long lines, phantom candidates, and Megyn Kelly's still canceled. Here's what you need to know about Election Day 2018.
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Six far-right extremists arrested over violent plot to attack Emmanuel Macron
Five men and one woman between the ages of 22 and 62 were arrested in the plot Tuesday.
Facebook let a Russian company with ties to the Kremlin mine data from its users
Because of Russia’s invasive surveillance laws, any data collected by Mail.ru is now likely in the hands of Russia’s intelligence agencies.
Everything you need to know about the Brexit crisis that could topple Theresa May
The U.K. is in for a further period of instability, as a government led by people who don’t believe in Brexit finalize a framework to present to the EU.
Deep-red Oklahoma just passed a very progressive law legalizing medical weed
“Public support for medical marijuana access is non-partisan.”
Harvey Weinstein smiles in handcuffs as he's taken to jail on rape charges
Police said he was arrested on rape, criminal sex act, sex abuse, and sexual misconduct charges for encounters with two women.
Trump just canceled his meeting with Kim Jong Un to defend Mike Pence’s honor
Trump made the call Thursday morning over the “tremendous anger and open hostility” North Korea showed in a recent statement about the vice president.
Hate speech is still going viral on Facebook in Myanmar, despite Zuckerberg's promises
Human rights groups point to these posts as proof that Facebook continues to fail at enforcing its own rules.
Criminals are hijacking your computer to mine cryptocurrency
Nearly 25 percent of all crypto-jacking attacks were detected in the U.S.