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As the denials poured in from Cabinet-level officials, President Donald Trump said in an interview with Fox News it was unfair for the person to pen the editorial anonymously because there's no way to discredit it.
The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey are meeting in Tehran to discuss the ruinous war, with all eyes on a possible military offensive to retake the last rebel-held bastion of Idlib.
During a campaign rally in Montana, Trump sought to elevate Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation as a political litmus test for voters as he embraced a Republican challenger to Democratic Sen. Jon Tester.
The 53-year-old appellate judge stuck to a well-rehearsed script throughout his testimony while avoiding any serious mistakes that might jeopardize his confirmation to the Supreme Court.
As of this week, 39 black women are nominees for the U.S. House in the November midterms, including 22 women who aren't incumbents.
A sex symbol, serious actor, laughing stock, gold mine and comeback artist, the late Burt Reynolds followed long and conflicting paths.
Rudy Giuliani says Trump will not answer any questions, written or in person, about possible obstruction of justice.
The wounding of a leading Brazilian presidential candidate has the potential to reshape the election contest after dramatically exposing the deep polarization in Latin America's largest nation
Twitter's permanent ban of conspiracy-monger Alex Jones again underscores the difficulty many social-media services face in trying to consistently apply their rules against harassment and other bad behavior.
Jay Ajayi had a pair of touchdown runs and Nick Foles caught another pass as the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles beat the Atlanta Falcons 18-12.