Hillary Clinton on GOP health bill breakdown: ?The fight isn?t over yet?
Why Manafort?s offer to cooperate in probe is less than meets the eye
WASHINGTON ? A surprise offer by Paul Manafort, President Trump?s former campaign manager, to ?provide information? to congressional committees investigating links between the Trump campaign and Russia may be far more limited than it first appeared, according to congressional sources and others familiar with the matter. ?Paul Manafort to Testify Before House Intelligence Panel,? read the headline in the New York Times.
Kentucky lawyer pleads guilty in massive disability scheme
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) ? A flamboyant Kentucky lawyer who billed himself as "Mr. Social Security" pleaded guilty Friday for his role in what prosecutors portrayed as a long-running scheme to defraud the government of nearly $600 million in federal disability payments.
6 Simple Self-Care Tips That Changed My Life
Vegas Strip shooting
Arctic Marines? an Inside Look at the American Marines Training in the Harshest Elements
NBC Nightly News went to northern Norway where American marines are training with Norwegian and British troops this month in Operation Joint Viking ? a show of force just a few hundred miles from Russia?s border.
The coincidences mount, as another Putin critic is shot dead
An outspoken critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin was shot dead in broad daylight in Kiev Thursday, just two days after a lawyer for the family of a slain Russian whistleblower was injured in a mysterious fall from his fourth-story apartment near Moscow. Denis Voronenkov was a former Russian Communist Party member who?d become increasingly critical of Putin?s policies after fleeing to Ukraine in 2016. As it has after similar incidents, the Kremlin swiftly rejected any suggestion it was involved in Voronenkov?s murder.
UK Muslims Tired Of Finger-Pointing After London Attack
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's daily briefing on March 24,2017
Pope urges EU: Resist 'false' security promised by populists
VATICAN CITY (AP) ? Pope Francis urged European leaders on Friday to resist the "false forms of security" promised by populists who want to wall themselves off and instead bank on a future of greater solidarity and union.