Comey friend: Here?s what the fired FBI director will ? and won?t ? reveal in Senate hearing
Father of Times Square car crash victim thanks New York in emotional letter
Manchester terror attack: What we know
Twenty-two people, including children, were killed in a suicide bombing at a pop concert packed with teens in the British city of Manchester late Monday. Here is what we know so far about the terror attack, the deadliest in Britain since 2005. Police said they were called at 10:33 pm (2133 GMT) Monday to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena during a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande, who is popular with teenagers and pre-teens.
American Doctor, 50, Dies While Trying to Climb Mount Everest
Mississippi lawmaker 'sorry' he urged lynching for statue removal
A Mississippi state lawmaker who called for the lynching of Louisiana officials for removing pro-slavery era monuments apologized on Monday after his comments sparked a firestorm of criticism. Republican Representative Karl Oliver had taken to Facebook on Saturday to criticize the removal of monuments in New Orleans that city leaders deemed racially offensive. The last of the four statues, of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, was taken down on Friday.
Sanders and Schumer say Trump?s budget takes a ?sledgehammer to the middle class?
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., criticized President Trump?s 2018 budget proposal for cuts to domestic programs. Schumer said, ?The Trump budget takes a sledgehammer to the middle class and to working-class Americans.?
Betsy DeVos Elaborates On School Choice
Even though Education Secretary Betsy DeVos did not give away any specifics, she did stress on the importance of holding states accountable when it comes to education and making them answerable to parents, not the government.
'Alt-right' leader loses gym membership after confrontation
Sea Lion Drags Little Girl Into Water In Terrifying Viral Video
California Democratic party chairman says 'F*** Donald Trump' in speech
Outgoing boss John Burton, described by the Los Angeles Times as ?a fixture in state Democratic politics for half a century?, grinned as supporters on stage at the party's convention joined him in the gesture. The party's leaders blasted alleged ties to Russia among Mr Trump's associates and presented California as the epicentre of liberal resistance to the President. ?The world, literally the world, is counting on all of you, counting on California to reject Trump's deception and destructiveness,? said Lt Gov Gavin Newsom, who is among a crowded field of Democrats running for governor next year.