Trump Rips Sessions, Even As AG Attends White House Meeting

The one-sided feud between President Donald Trump and his attorney general continued on Wednesday, even as Jeff Sessions attempted to plow ahead with his Justice Department duties.

Trump's Approval Is Underwater in 11 States He Won in November

More Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump's job performance than approve of it across 31 states nationwide -- including 11 states that voted for him in November.

US: North Korea Could Launch Reliable Nuclear-capable Missile by 2018

The US believes that North Korea will be able to launch a reliable nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) by early 2018, a US official familiar with the latest intelligence assessment confirmed to CNN Wednesday.

One Migrant Who Died In Overheated Truck Was Former DACA Recipient

One of the undocumented migrants found dead in an overheated tractor-trailer in San Antonio early Sunday morning had been a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, officials said.

How to Catch a 'Peacock': Inside the US Take Down of a Global Criminal

For years, US authorities were desperate to get their hands on a man they called the "Peacock," a Syrian-born weapons dealer said to be behind some of the world's most notorious acts of violence.

Cobras in Potato Chip Cans Lead to Man's Arrest On Smuggling Charges

The discovery of three deadly king cobras in potato chip cans led to the arrest of a Southern California man on suspicion of illegally importing the snakes and other reptiles, according to a news release from the Los Angeles District ...

American Muslims Growing More Liberal, Survey Shows

American Muslims are growing more religiously and socially liberal, with the number who say society should accept homosexuality nearly doubling during the past decade, according to a major new survey.

Police Recommend Charges for Teens Who Taunted Drowning Man

A Florida police department is recommending charges for a group of teenagers who taunted a drowning man as they recorded his death.

5 Things for Wednesday, July 26: Russia Sanctions, Health Care, NFL and Brain Disease

President Donald Trump said Apple's going to build three new plants right here in the US. Apple says, well, hold on a minute. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

NAACP Statement on the Senate Procedural Vote to Strip Healthcare from Millions of Americans

In reaction to the Senate’s procedural vote to debate amendments on the proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA) and repeal the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA), Board Chairman Leon Russell and interim president and CEO Derrick Johnson of the NAACP have ...

San Antonio Driver Says He Didn't Know Immigrants Were in Truck

Crowded inside of the boiling tractor-trailer, they took turns taking breaths from a hole in the semi. Some fainted. Others banged on the wall to get the driver's attention but he kept going, one man who survived the journey told ...

Florida Teen Wins $26,000 a Year for Life off $1 scratch-off

A one dollar investment is all it took for an 18-year-old Florida woman to win a set salary for life.

Baton Rouge Police Chief Retiring After Tension with Mayor

The top cop in the Baton Rouge Police Department submitted his letter of retirement to the city's mayor on Monday, marking the second time a high-profile cop has stepped down in Louisiana's capital city since the summer 2016 shooting death ...

Baby Killer Whale, the Last to Be Born at SeaWorld, Dies

A three-month old killer whale, the last to be born in captivity at SeaWorld, died Monday after serious health problems, including what's likely to be pneumonia, according to the park.

5 Things for Tuesday, July 25: Afghanistan, Health Care, Jeff Sessions

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