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Trump Jr., Manafort may be interviewed privately by senators
President Donald Trump’s eldest son and his former campaign chairman won’t be forced to testify publicly next week and are instead discussing being privately interviewed by a Senate committee investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, the panel said.
Protests across Poland over law to control judiciary
Strong aftershocks test nerves on Greek island after quake
‘Let 1994 go’: Simpson case’s racial symbolism now a relic
While millions watched O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing last week, audiences were hardly as emotionally invested as they were a generation ago watching his murder trial.
Democrats herald agreement on sweeping Russia sanctions bill
Congressional Republicans and Democrats announced Saturday they had reached an agreement on a sweeping Russia sanctions package to punish Moscow for meddling in the presidential election and its military aggression in Ukraine and Syria.
Trump: USS Ford is '100,000-ton message to the world'
With praise and a blessing for the military, President Donald Trump helped hand over the USS Gerald R. Ford to the Navy on Saturday and said the state-of-the-art aircraft carrier will send a "100,000-ton message to the world" about America's military might when it is ultimately deployed.
U.S. bans American travel to North Korea after student's death
American citizens will be barred by the U.S. from traveling to North Korea beginning next month following a prohibition on using U.S. passports to enter the country, the State Department said Friday.
Big Ten targets coaches’ sideline acts
Conference officials are tired of coaches who treat the sideline like a stage and rage like Hamlet over calls they don't like -- and they're prepared, finally, to do something about it.
Police: Errant US bombing kills 12 Afghan security forces
An errant U.S. airstrike confirmed by the Pentagon killed 12 Afghan National Police officers and wounded two others, Helmand provincial police chief Abdul Ghafar Safi said Saturday.