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Despite agency denials, a memo shows a Customs and Border Protection office ordered agents to question Iranian-Americans after Gen. Soleimani's death.
The independent expenditure effort is dubbed "People Power for Bernie."
You say mulţumesc, they say mulţumesc...let's call the whole thing...Romanian
Many voters in this first-in-the-nation contest say they feel special pressure to pick a winner this year, leaving them more conflicted and confused than ever before.
The most recent states to ratify the ERA — Virginia, Illinois, and Nevada — filed a lawsuit in federal district court in Washington, D.C.
Misleading, unverified and clearly false information about the coronavirus has spread across social media platforms with a mix of fearmongering and racial stereotyping.
U.S. special envoy for Syria James Jeffrey says the Syrian government and Russian warplanes had hit Idlib with 200 airstrikes "mainly against civilians."
A famous sculpture in Brussels has gone all British ahead of Brexit on Friday.
A female passenger, 54, fell ill with symptoms of coronavirus on a ship that remains docked north of Rome.
A gallery in Stockholm's upmarket Ostermalm district was holding an exhibition of work by the surrealist master, according to a local report.
Ninety thousand still displaced: how Mozambique is recovering from devastating cyclones
The vote on additional testimony — expected on Friday — looks like it could be exceptionally tight.
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
Senators asked more than 90 questions Wednesday on everything from executive power to the ability to call witnesses.
MEPs voted a resolution on Wednesday asking the EU Commission to adopt a common mobile phone charger standard across the bloc, despite Apple's opposition to the measure.
"I think it will help to accelerate the return of jobs to North America," Trump's commerce secretary said.
The five babies at the University Hospital in the southwestern city of Ulm all suffered breathing problems at roughly the same time early on Dec. 20.
A 16-year old high school student posted an anti-Islam video on Instagram, sparking death threats and a national controversy on the right to blasphemy.