White House Official: Roy Moore's Accusers 'Credible,' But Still Unsure If Stories Are True
White House officials on Sunday continued to provide dubious explanations for their refusal to take a firm stance on the growing number of sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, more than a week after the first accusations came to light.
Russian investigative journalist: Snowden is 'a sort of ghost'
Hidden Camera Shows Dying WWII Veteran's Gasps For Help Were Ignored
The FAA Can't Stop People From Throwing Live Turkeys Out Of Planes
The Federal Aviation Administration has found no violations with an infamous Arkansas event that involves dropping live turkeys from a plane ? but that may be because no one ever thought they?d need a rule about that.
Republican congressman Greg Gianforte ?misled authorities? on assault against reporter
Greg Gianforte told an officer that Guardian newspaper reporter Ben Jacobs had grabbed him by the wrist and pulled him to the floor of his campaign office after ?interrogating? him, according to notes from a Gallatin County sheriff?s officer who interviewed the politician after the incident unfolded. ?He grabbed my wrist, he spun and we ended up on the floor ... so he pulled me down on top of him,? the sergeant quoted the politician as saying.
Robert Costa Talks About the Chances For the Republican Tax Bill
Former Top Advisers to President Obama and the Clintons Voice Support for Monica Lewinsky
Following multiple sexual misconduct allegations made against high-profile politicians like Roy Moore and Al Franken, former top advisers to President Obama and the Clintons have voiced their support for Monica Lewinsky.
Alt-right free speech event in Boston met with counterprotest
Americans aged 18-34 most likely to oppose assault weapons ban, poll finds
The previous national federal ban on assault weapons lapsed more than a decade ago, and Congress has not renewed it. Resistance to a ban on military-style assault weapons is strongest among millennials, according to a new Quinnipiac poll released this week. It?s a finding that experts said might be driven by the popularity of first-person shooter video games such as Call of Duty and the increasing prominence of military-style guns in the consumer market.
Healthcare Mandate or Not, Blunt Says Tax Bill Will 'Pass the Senate'