Doug Jones Is Counting On Black Voters. They Don't Sound Too Inspired.
Trump Chooses His Agenda Over Allegations in Alabama
Fox News Anchor Fumbles With Facts During Segment On 'Fake News'
During a Sunday segment sounding the alarm about the rise of ?fake news? in the mainstream media, Fox News anchor Leland Vittert twice claimed that The Washington Post had fired a reporter over a misleading tweet that sparked the ire of President Donald Trump.
Depression may start much earlier than previously thought
New York bus terminal 'explosion': NYPD police respond to reports of blast in Manhattan
A man has been arrested in New York after explosion near to a bus station in Manhattan injured four people. The explosion took place at 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, New York Police Department (NYPD) said on its main Twitter account. New York Fire Department said four people had been hurt but none had life-threatening injuries.
California firefighters make gains ahead of strong winds
Firefighters across Southern California made progress on Saturday battling a slew of scattered wildfires that have killed at least one person, destroyed hundreds of buildings and forced more than 200,000 people from their homes this week. As the dry Santa Ana winds that have fueled the blazes abated slightly, officials lifted evacuation orders for parts of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and crews started getting the upper hand in containing some major fires. ?We?re far from being out of the woods on any of them,? Ken Pimlott, director of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), told a news briefing in Ventura.
Chef Mario Batali Takes Leave After 4 Women Accuse Him Of Sexual Misconduct
The World?s Largest Muslim Country Is Protesting President Trump?s Recognition of Jerusalem
Thousands of protestors gathered outside the U.S. embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia?s capital, this weekend in the latest demonstrations against President Donald Trump?s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Who is New York subway bomber suspect Akayed Ullah?
A bomb has exploded on a Manhattan subway platform leaving four people injured in a suspected-Isil-inspired attack. The suspected bomber is Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi national who is thought to have lived in the US for seven years. Ullah, who lived in Brooklyn, was armed with a five-inch metal pipe bomb and battery pack as he walked through a midtown Manhattan transit hub, sources told the New York Post. Local TV image reported to be Akayed Ullah Credit: CBS/Universal News And Sport The device prematurely exploded which meant it only partially detonated in the right side of the suspect's jacket. Ullah, who is thought to have been seriously injured in the attack, told officials he made the explosive device at the electrical company where he works, according to the New York Post. CCTV Port Authority image reported to be of Akayed Ullah Credit: NY Port Authority/Universal News And Sport The blast happened on Monday morning in an underpass at the Port Authority Bus Terminal near Times Square - the nation's most crowded bus station. Ullah had burns and lacerations to his hands and abdomen, police said. New York Mayor Bill De Blasio has described the incident as a "suspected terror attack". Emergency services respond to New York terror attack
DNC Unity Commission Agrees On Slate Of Historic Reforms
WASHINGTON ? At its final meeting on Friday and Saturday, the Democratic National Committee?s Unity and Reform Commission agreed to a set of dramatic revisions aimed at restoring faith in the presidential nomination process and the management of the DNC.