Attack On North Korea Could Spare Allies, Secretary Mattis Says. Analysts Aren't So Sure.
Days after President Donald Trump referred to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as ?rocket man? and members of his administration made it clear military options against Pyongyang remained on the table, Defense Secretary James Mattis sought to calm growing fears of American intervention on the Korean Peninsula by arguing that the United States had military options at its disposal that wouldn?t necessarily spell disaster for allies in the region.
Manafort Given 'shock-and-awe' Treatment: NYT
Matt Apuzzo, reporter for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about the aggressive way Special Counsel Robert Mueller is pursuing his investigation of former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.
Ohio firefighter says he?d rather save a dog before a million ?n-words?
Trump wants big military parade on July 4 to show 'strength'
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That Climate 'Scandal' Rep. Lamar Smith Promoted Was, Indeed, Fake News
WASHINGTON ? Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), an early and loyal supporter of President Donald Trump, likes to make noise about the liberal media?s coverage of climate change, often dismissing it as ?fake news.?
Three dead, 16 hurt after buses collide in New York City
Three people were killed and at least 16 injured when a New York City transit bus and a tour bus collided early on Monday in the city's borough of Queens, spinning around before slamming into a building, fire officials said. Firefighters pulled passengers from the wreckage after the city bus collided with a Dahlia tour bus in the Flushing neighborhood shortly after 6 a.m. EDT (1000 GMT), according to the New York City Fire Department. The tour bus was traveling east on Northern Boulevard when the city bus, which was carrying 15 passengers, tried to make a right turn on the same street, police said.
Mexico City shaken by 7.1 magnitude quake
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico City on Tuesday, destroying buildings and causing an unknown number of casualties on the anniversary of a devastating 1985 quake. The quake sowed panic in the sprawling city of 20 million people, many of whom have memories of the quake 32 years ago that killed some 10,000 people in Mexico City. The US Geological Survey put the quake's magnitude at 7.1.
Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore Laments Racial Divisions Between 'Reds' And 'Yellows'