Bloomberg says Trump should ?stop tweeting? and let Russia probe run its course
Thousands Attend Funeral for Muslim Teen Who Was Murdered in Virginia
Alexandria shooter carried list of 6 members of Congress, FBI confirms
Georgia Race Breaks Anti-GOP Swing Streak
Police Officer Stabbed in Neck at Michigan Airport, Suspect Detained
Wall Street Journal fires correspondent over ethics conflict
WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals ? including one involving arms sales to foreign governments ? with an international businessman who was one of his key sources.
Argentina police seize cache of hidden Nazi artifacts
Argentine police have seized a cache of Nazi artifacts hidden behind a library in the house of an art collector in Buenos Aires, including a bust of dictator Adolf Hitler and instruments used as racial classification tools. The artifacts will be donated to the city's museum dedicated to remembering the Holocaust, said Security Minister Patricia Bullrich on Monday at a press conference. "We were very moved that this many Nazi objects were in Argentina," said Bullrich.
"Textalyzer" Device Allows Police to Determine if Drivers Were Texting and Driving
Walmart And Amazon Rivalry Goes To The Next Level: The Cloud
Bitter Ga. loss provides backdrop for Democrats to reflect on party?s future
In the wake of Jon Ossoff?s stinging defeat in the House race in Atlanta?s suburbs last night, the question now is: How do Democrats pick up the pieces? Under this scenario, Democrats would embrace candidates who excoriate the wealthiest ?1 percent? and promise to curb income inequality, zero out public college and university tuition and enact single-payer universal health care. There are also Democratic warnings that Ossoff?s tepid handling of President Trump misfired.