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Trump’s staunchest media allies are facing their biggest test yet — and some of them are finally abandoning him
President Donald Trump's supporters in the media faced a test Monday when they were forced to respond to the president's press conference in Helsinki, during which Trump challenged the US intelligence community and praised the Russian president.
Two Georgia police officers were put on administrative leave after video emerged showing they used a coin flip app to decide whether to arrest a woman they charged with speeding and reckless driving. The driver didn't know about the coin toss and said the charges were tossed.
The 26-year-old New York Times reporter who had a relationship with a Senate Intelligence aide has been reassigned
Ali Watkins, a New York Times national security reporter whose communications were secretly seized by the government earlier this year, will be reassigned from the paper's Washington, DC bureau to its New York City office.
CNN’s Jim Acosta defends shouting questions at Trump: ‘If they want to send me to hell, I’ll still be shouting at the devil’
CNN reporter Jim Acosta has become a target of the President Donald Trump's supporters and a hero of Trump's critics for his aggressive questioning of the administration.
I'm a news junkie who decided to pay no attention to current events for a week. The logistics of unplugging were more complex than I expected. I thought I might be less stressed, but I found the opposite to be true. Here's what happened when I gave up news for a week.
A ‘doomsday’ no-deal Brexit scenario could see Britain run out of food within days — and it only gets worse from there
Secret warnings drawn up by senior civil servants for David Davis, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, suggests a "doomsday" no-deal Brexit could see Britain run out of medicine, fuel, and food within two weeks. And that's not even the worst case scenario.
Legalising cannabis in the UK and creating a marijuana market could raise potential tax revenues of £1 billion to £3.5 billion, according to a Health Poverty Action report — a figure that could offset the NHS deficit.
Harvey Weinstein was seen carrying two books with him when he turned himself into police on Friday morning in New York City on charges of rape and sexual assault.
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Saudi Arabia’s powerful crown prince is meeting with everyone from Trump and Mattis to The Rock and Oprah on a crazy US tour
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is currently on a multi-week tour across the US, meeting with heavy hitters in government, business, and media.