Sens. McCain and Ernst, both veterans, oppose Trump?s ban on transgender military service
Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, quickly announced their opposition Wednesday to President Trump?s Twitter announcement that the U.S. military would not ?accept or allow? transgender military service members.
New Developments in Murder-at-sea Case
Congressional Budget Office showdown: GOP tries to shoot the messenger, misses
?What Happened?: Hillary?s new book isn?t out yet, but Twitter is already making fun of the title
Bomb-Sniffing Marine Dog Who Served in Afghanistan Gets a Hero's Farewell
Popular Ride Shut Down After Deadly Fair Accident
The Ohio State Fair reopened the day after the tragic accident took the life of an 18-year-old man who had just enlisted in the Marines; state fairs across the country shut down the same ride and others like it.
Medical examiner: Judge in river died by suicide in drowning
Bipartisan Group of Governors Blast Republican-Led 'Skinny Repeal' of Obamacare
China's exiled tycoon Guo 'fabricated' corruption claims: Xinhua
China's Xinhua news agency accused fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui of using "fabricated and distorted information to mislead the public", the latest salvo in a campaign to discredit the billionaire who has made accusations of Communist Party corruption. Central to Guo's claims over recent months has been that a man named Yao Qing used his status as a nephew of a senior Communist Party official to amass a business empire worth tens of billions of dollars. In an online video stream last month, Guo produced a corporate tree diagram which he said showed companies linked to Yao, including GI Technologies (Beijing) Co. Xinhua interviewed Yao, who is listed in corporate records as general manager of GI Technologies.
Senate GOP?s endgame on health care: the lowest common denominator