Trump Is On The Verge Of Politicizing The Census, Advocates Say
President Donald Trump is reportedly leaning toward tapping an academic for the No. 2 position at the U.S. Census Bureau, a decision that has alarmed advocates who say the pick lacks adequate management experience for a massive operational role and has political views that would undermine the credibility of the agency.
Police Were Told To Keep Roy Moore Away From High School Cheerleaders, Retired Officer Says
A retired Alabama police officer said she and her colleagues were told decades ago to ?make sure? Roy Moore ?didn?t hang around? high school cheerleaders, and confirmed previous reports that the Republican Senate candidate was banned at the time from a local mall for predatory behavior toward teenage girls.
CBS?s Norah O?Donnell on Charlie Rose: ?There is no excuse for this alleged behavior?
102-year-old Holocaust survivor who thought his entire family died meets nephew he didn't know existed
Baltimore Detective Killed A Day Before Testifying In Federal Case Against Fellow Cops
The Baltimore police detective who was fatally shot in the line of duty last week was scheduled to testify in a federal case against officers indicted earlier this year, the Baltimore Police Department confirmed Wednesday.
Senator Seeks Answers on US Attorney Firing
The Latest: Conyers acknowledges settling staffer complaint
Argentina says abnormal noise heard after sub's last contact as hopes fade
Argentina's navy said Wednesday it was investigating an unusual noise detected in the South Atlantic hours after it last communicated with a missing submarine, but refused to confirm whether it indicated an explosion. The ARA San Juan would have had enough oxygen for its crew to survive underwater in the South Atlantic for seven days since its last contact, according to officials. Navy spokesman Enrique Balbi told reporters a "hydro-acoustic anomaly" was detected in the ocean almost three hours after the last communication with the vessel on November 15, 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of its last known position.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe resigns, ending four decades of rule
By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe's president on Tuesday a week after the army and his former political allies moved to end four decades of rule by a man once feted as an independence hero who became feared as a despot. The 93-year-old Mugabe had clung on for a week after an army takeover. Wild celebrations broke out at a joint sitting of parliament when Speaker Jacob Mudenda read out Mugabe's brief resignation letter and suspended the impeachment procedure.
Katy Tur Has A 'Brutal Question' For Trump Over His Support For 'Accused Pedophile'