Sarah Huckabee Sanders: NBC Gave Trump A Show For A Decade, So He's Not Racist
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended President Donald Trump to reporters on Tuesday, saying that if he?s a racist, ?why did NBC give him a show for a decade on TV?? Sanders was answering a question about comments made by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), who said on ?The Late Show with Stephen Colbert? on Monday that the president could prove he?s not a racist by approving the DACA immigration deal a bipartisan committee has already worked out.
Teen fatally shot over iPhone was reportedly killed by a friend, mom says
Simone Biles, 5-Time Olympic Medalist, Says Larry Nassar Sexually Abused Her, Too
Gymnast Simone Biles has come forward with allegations of sexual assault against Larry Nassar, the former team doctor for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University who has been accused of abusing more than 140 women.
What does Mueller's subpoena of Bannon mean?
Chuck Rosenberg, former federal prosecutor, talks with Rachel Maddow about what it might mean that special counsel Robert Mueller served Steve Bannon with a subpoena instead of asking him for an informal interview like others in Trump's inner circle gave.
Japanese News Outlet Mistakenly Sends North Korean Missile Alert
Police issue warning about drugs cut with 'Rizzy' after man's skin is eaten away
Police in Alliance, Ohio, issued a warning to other law enforcement officials after a man's skin was eaten away when he allegedly injected heroin tainted with a substance called "Rizzy" into his arms, according to WEWS. Narcotics officers who arrested the unnamed 25-year-old man last week said they immediately noticed his horrific injuries. WEWS reports that the man's forearm skin was blackened and peeling, and some of his flesh had been completely eaten away.
Philippine volcano spews lava; thousands flee
Flight from Denver to Hawaii Diverted After Toilet Troubles on Plane
Mystery over death of 15 million Aztecs may be solved after nearly 500 years, study suggests
Scientists believe they may have discovered the cause of an epidemic that struck Mexico?s Aztec population in 1545, killing up to 15 million people. In a paper published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, they describe how DNA extracted from the teeth of 29 skeletons buried in a cemetery in southern Mexico revealed previously unidentified traces of the salmonella enterica bacterium. The epidemic was one of several to hit the indigenous population soon after the arrival of Europeans in the early 16th century.
Zinke Pushes Majority Of National Park Service Advisory Panel To Resign