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Attack On North Korea Could Spare Allies, Secretary Mattis Says. Analysts Aren't So Sure.

Attack On North Korea Could Spare Allies, Secretary Mattis Says. Analysts Aren't So Sure.Days after President Donald Trump referred to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as ?rocket man? and members of his administration made it clear military options against Pyongyang remained on the table, Defense Secretary James Mattis sought to calm growing fears of American intervention on the Korean Peninsula by arguing that the United States had military options at its disposal that wouldn?t necessarily spell disaster for allies in the region.



Paul Manafort Threatened with Indictment: NYT

Paul Manafort Threatened with Indictment: NYTRachel Maddow reports breaking news from the New York Times about the aggressive nature of Special Counsel Mueller's raid of former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's home, and news from CNN about communications intercepts of Manafort.



Trump lawyers dish on Russia probe at steakhouse as NYT reporter listens in

Trump lawyers dish on Russia probe at steakhouse as NYT reporter listens inTwo of President Trump?s lawyers were overheard by a New York Times reporter ?loudly discussing? the Russia investigation at a Washington, D.C., steakhouse next to the newspaper?s D.C. bureau. The conversation led to a front-page story about tension within Trump?s legal team.



'Fixer Upper' stars Chip and Joanna Gaines spark backlash over new Target line

'Fixer Upper' stars Chip and Joanna Gaines spark backlash over new Target lineChip and Joanna Gaines have found themselves embroiled in scandal over their new Target line.



Family Of Chicago Teen Found Dead In Hotel Freezer Demands FBI Investigation

Family Of Chicago Teen Found Dead In Hotel Freezer Demands FBI InvestigationFamily and friends of Kenneka Jenkins, a teenager found dead last week in the freezer of a Chicago-area hotel, want the FBI to investigate after local police said they don?t suspect foul play.



Woman uses clever move she learned from 'Law & Order' to escape mugging

Woman uses clever move she learned from 'Law & Order' to escape mugging"In the criminal justice system, sexually-based offenses are considered especially heinous."



Hurricanes Jose Could Lash East Coast as Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Caribbean

Hurricanes Jose Could Lash East Coast as Hurricane Maria Heads Toward CaribbeanHurricane Jose is whipping 90-mile-per hour winds, creating dangerous currents as it barrels up the East Coast while Hurricane Maria, just behind it, strengthens as it heads straight for the Virgin Islands, St. Martin and Barbuda.



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Irma evacuation nightmare: Next time some may not leave

Irma evacuation nightmare: Next time some may not leaveFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) ? After a painful flight across several states to escape unpredictable Hurricane Irma, Suzanne Pallot says it's unlikely she would evacuate South Florida again ? an attitude echoed by other evacuees that experts say could put them in danger when the next storm hits.



Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore Laments Racial Divisions Between 'Reds' And 'Yellows'

Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore Laments Racial Divisions Between 'Reds' And 'Yellows'Alabama Senate GOP candidate Roy Moore appeared to use racially insensitive language to refer to Native Americans and Asian-Americans, according to footage obtained by The Hill newspaper on Monday.