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Stevens, among the longest-serving justices in court history, died yesterday after complications from a stroke. He was 99 years old.
There are new calls for New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo to be fired, after federal prosecutors decided this week not to charge him in the chokehold death of Eric Garner.
The battle between Trump and the four Democratic congresswomen known as “The Squad.” Trump’s tweets could be an attempt to force the Democratic party to rally around The Squad, so that he can more easily characterize it as radical.
The president’s racist tweets continue to spark bitter, partisan fighting in Washington. Yesterday, the House voted mostly along party lines to condemn the president’s comments.
Police in Louisiana are releasing new details about the man accused of killing a popular Baton Rouge civil rights activist
Fifty years ago Tuesday, Apollo 11 blasted off from Earth for its historic mission to the moon. Charlie Duke was the voice on the radio talking to the astronauts, as flight director Gene Kranz led mission control during the lunar landing.
Daily fantasy sports companies are legal in Alabama after state lawmakers passed legislation earlier this year.
House Oversight Committee ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan argues that everyone is behind the ‘common sense’ move except the Democrats.
The House speaker reportedly tells Democrat lawmakers to come to her with complaints instead of tweeting about them.