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We spoke to survivors of mass shootings and others affected by them about the demonstrations planned for Saturday.
Stephon Clark was shot dead by officers searching for a man who had been breaking windows. They said they thought he was armed, but no weapon was found.
The bombs planted by a 23-year-old white man have raised lingering questions about race, geography and class in one of Texas’ most liberal cities.
Using exclusive surveillance footage obtained from MGM Resorts, we pieced together the last days of Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas gunman. He plays video poker, laughs with hotel staff and hauls bag after bag of weapons into his suite.
A police chief’s comment about the suspected bomber ignited a debate about who should be considered a terrorist.
Ms. McDougal is the second woman this month to challenge Trump associates’ efforts to bury stories of extramarital relationships.
President Trump prepared to leave the White House for Florida after a head-spinning series of moves on national security, trade, the budget and with his legal team.
President Trump complained about the $1.3 trillion spending bill, but said he signed it because it increases funding for the military.
Mr. Miller rose to governor of Georgia, then filled a Senate seat, where he showed his independence with a tart convention speech backing George W. Bush.
The suspects worked at the Mabna Institute, a contractor for the Iranian government, which benefited from the sensitive information obtained in the hacks, officials said.
A large scale federal survey has documented the continuing rise in severe obesity, which increases the risks for heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.
The political action committee founded by John Bolton hired Cambridge Analytica specifically to develop psychological profiles of voters — and it knew the firm was using Facebook data.
The president had complained the spending bill fails to address immigration issues and the border wall.
Friday: Questions for Delaine Eastin, protests over a police shooting in Sacramento, #DeleteFacebook and the weekend’s gun marches.
Kris Kobach, a leader on President Trump’s now-disbanded vote fraud commission, is defending a Kansas voter restriction in court. He also is running for governor.
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The former Senate Democratic leader plans to pull up stakes in the capital, saying that his “life’s not the Senate any more.”
A new economy has arisen in the suburbs of Houston battered by storms: the buying and selling of flooded homes.
Jaelynn Willey, 16, was shot at Great Mills High School on Tuesday. She died, “surrounded by her family,” on Thursday.
In a lengthy television interview, Ms. McDougal said she was hurt when the president offered her money after sex, but added that they ended up in love.
President Trump’s new national security adviser is known as an uncompromising, often undiplomatic conservative. Some of his views were once out of the mainstream, but not anymore.
News that Mr. Bolton will become President Trump’s third national security adviser was met with immediate acclaim and criticism. We rounded some of it up for you.
The Pentagon’s abrupt ouster of the top two officials overseeing the Guantánamo military commissions system stemmed from management concerns, the defense secretary said.
There is little in John R. Bolton’s past to indicate he has much time for the diplomatic process, where to get something the United States also gives something.
If President Trump wanted a national security adviser who would match his confrontational approach to the world, then Mr. Bolton fits the bill.
Stephon Clark, a 22-year-old unarmed man, was shot by the police in his backyard in Sacramento on March 18. Police body camera and helicopter footage shows details of what happened.
Ke’Shon Newman’s brother was shot nine times on Chicago’s South Side, where gun violence is a daily threat. Now, Ke’Shon is heading to Washington to march with high school students from Parkland, Fla.
The proposed sale, which is bound to be questioned by Congress, came hours after Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Pentagon leaders to discuss the Saudi-led bombing campaign in Yemen.
Even with Republicans in charge, the measure increases funding for many programs the president had sought to cut or kill, and in some cases bars him from pursuing his goals.
Lt. Gen. McMaster is the latest in a series of high-profile exits from President Trump’s administration. He will be replaced as national security adviser by John R. Bolton, a former ambassador to the United Nations.
With hundreds of March for Our Lives demonstrations planned for Saturday, high school students say this is a moment of political awakening for their generation.
Mark Dombroski, 19, was found in a Bermuda dry moat on Monday. The police said there was no evidence of foul play, but it is not yet known what caused him to fall.
President Trump named John R. Bolton, a hard-line former American ambassador to the United Nations, to replace Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster.
In a farewell speech, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson urged respect and civility in a time and town where he was fired by a presidential Twitter post.
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House Republicans, over Democrats’ objections, voted Thursday to release a report concluding there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The changes appear to address some common gripes, like how some posts can keep appearing on your feed seemingly for days.
Facing withering criticism from a Senate subcommittee, the secretary of housing and urban development followed the advice of his aides, who in recent days have urged him to apologize for the purchase.
Investigators tried to determine what motivated Mark Conditt to go on a bombing spree that killed two and terrorized Austin for weeks.