New Trump communications chief Scaramucci apologizes ?for the 50th time? for past insults
Ex-CIA Director Hayden: Russia election meddling was ?most successful covert operation in history?
Eight Massive Wildfires Rage Across California
Eight dead bodies including two young children found in truck outside San Antonio Walmart, in suspected people-trafficking tragedy
The driver of the lorry found in the car park at the store in San Antonio was arrested and taken into police custody, although his identity has not yet been released. Around 38 people were inside the truck, fire chief Charles Hood said at a news conference. The San Antonio Fire Department released a statement saying: ?A search of the surrounding area was also conducted to attempt to locate any patients that may have attempted to flee the scene.
Arizona tells armed drivers how to avoid deadly police stops
PHOENIX (AP) ? Gun-friendly Arizona is trying to avoid deadly encounters between police and people behind the wheel by teaching armed drivers how they should handle themselves when they are pulled over.
Powerful earthquake hits Greece and Turkey
Ohio treasurer and Senate candidate takes on Anti-Defamation League over far-right ?witch hunt?
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, a candidate in next year?s Republican Senate primary, sided Thursday with two prominent right-wing nationalist commentators over the Anti-Defamation League, which put them on a watch list of what it called ?alt-lite? figures.
Russian Spy House That Inspired 'The Americans' Will Be Put Up for Sale
The many indignities of Sean Spicer
White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned his post Friday after six months and one half day on the job, surviving almost weekly predictions of his imminent departure at the hands of one or another of the president?s aides and advisers. The final indignity appeared to be Trump?s hiring of Anthony Scaramucci as the new White House communications director, which became public shortly before.
Ex-CIA head says Trump remarks on Russia interference 'disgraceful'
By Jonathan Landay ASPEN, Colo. (Reuters) - Former CIA director John Brennan on Friday criticized as "disgraceful" President Donald Trump's efforts to play down U.S. intelligence agencies' assessment that Russia meddled in the 2016 U.S. election. Trump's administration has been dogged by investigations into allegations of Russian interference in last year's U.S. presidential election and possible ties with his campaign team.