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Trump allies in the House decided not to force a vote on impeaching Robert Mueller's boss. Hard-line conservatives have backed down from a threat to imminently force a House vote on impeaching Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. On Wednesday night, Freedom Caucus leaders Mark Meadows (R-NC) and Jim Jordan (R-OH) filed articles of impeachment against Rosenstein. The stated reason was mainly that Rosenstein allegedly wasn't giving enough documents to Congress. But in context, the move — which wasn't even certain to pass the House, let alone lead to Rosenstein's removal from office — was clearly part of an effort... [Read More]
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Assessment describes militant group as a "battle-hardened force" attracting an estimated 50 new foreign fighters every month. [Read More]
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North Korea trying to protect nuclear, missile capabilities: U.N. report... [Read More]
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has refused to bow down to EU pressure and hold national elections. Sputnik spoke about ongoing developments with journalist Nick MacWilliam. [Read More]
The Bureau has reportedly raided a Huawei lab in San Diego and had set up a sting operation at CES in Las Vegas in January as a part of another investigation into one of China's largest makers of smartphones. [Read More]
Multiple Patriots players have already said they don't plan on visiting the White House after their Super Bowl win. [Read More]
Looking for an on-the-go projector? Here are the ones worth buying. [Read More]
Valentine's Day is coming ... a time when we get all soft and buy a card or candy or flowers (sometimes all three) to show someone how much we like/love them. It's a great day for lovers. [Read More]
A fire broke out at an apartment building in southwestern Paris on Tuesday, claiming lives of four people and injuring 25 others, one of which is in an extremely bad condition, local media reported. [Read More]
A US federal court in Washington, DC has scheduled the sentencing for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort for March 13, a court filing revealed. [Read More]
Our resident top tipster Newsboy delivers his verdict with top tips for the big races taking place across the country... [Read More]
Griffins forward Givani Smith was a second round pick by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2016 NHL draft but it hasn't come easy. Smith is part of the less than ten percent of players in professional hockey who are African-American and now, he's sharing his story and inspiring other young players in the community. On Monday night, the 20-year old prospect spoke to families at the Griffins Youth Foundation. "You don't have to be a... [Read More]
Bennie Gray says he was walking down Brown Street near Asher Avenue when a man drove up next to him and demanded money. [Read More]
Gloria Torres has been appointed executive director of Calle Dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill. [Read More]
Albany Imagine if a day after apologizing for his behavior and the pain he caused, Eliot Spitzer returned to declare that, on second thought, he really hadn't patronized those prostitutes. The world would have laughed itself silly. At a certain point, the Crest toothpaste is all over the sink and there's no getting it back in the tube. And so it is with Ralph Northam, who is experiencing the most disastrous week by a governor since Spitzer's memorable downfall. It might be worse, actually. The Virginia governor apologized on Friday for appearing in a racist yearbook photo... [Read More]
Catching up with contractor Carl Leavy proved easier for us than some of his former customers. Bryant Cantrell is one of those customers. The Florissant home he used to live in is the setting for one chapter in an anthology of issues involving Leavy. [Read More]
"Microsoft Monday" is a weekly column that focuses on all things Microsoft. This week "Microsoft Monday" features news about Xbox Live expanding to Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android and the company's second quarter earnings. [Read More]
Tennessean sports writer Mike Organ was named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Hall of Fame for its 2019 class.        ... [Read More]
Both Juan Guaidó and Nicolás Maduro claim to be the country's president. So who is the legitimate leader? Who gets to decide? When is a change a coup? Some help with answering these urgent questions. [Read More]
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