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Every level of the U.S. election process has come under far more scrutiny since the U.S. intelligence community determined Russia attempted to interfere in the 2016 election.
The DOJ now believes it didn't have probable cause to think Carter Page might be acting as an agent of a foreign power, which was required to surveil him.
This is the first time researchers have done an in-depth analysis of ancient DNA from western Central Africa.
Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., handed out the popular toys to several of his fellow senators.
A Canadian research firm which ranks corporations on their sustainability has announced the top 100 companies.
A zoo near Chicago in the US used its redundant Christmas trees to give animals a post-holiday treat.
"We are contending. He's unstoppable, like someone else I know," the vice president was overheard telling Israel's prime minister.
With Unidas Podemos in the ruling coalition, Spain's position towards Venezuela has become slightly less clear-cut.
The Bulletin adjusted the clock to reflect human-caused threats such as nuclear weapons and accelerated global warming.
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"Most unfair & corrupt hearing in Congressional history!" the president posted.
Archaeologists rarely recover human brain tissue, and when they do it is normally smooth and soapy in consistency.
Europe's biggest political grouping, the European People's Party, is facing a reckoning over the membership of Hungary's ruling party Fidesz.
Look through the panoramic film photographs of Associated Press's Markus Schreiber taken ahead of Auschwitz liberation 75th anniversary. On Monday hundreds of survivors from across the world will come back to visit Auschwitz for the official commemorations.
Chinese health officials said Wednesday the new coronavirus can spread via respiratory transmission, heightening fears of a growing epidemic.