Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas last August as a powerful Category 4 storm, killing dozens of people and causing billions of dollars in damage.
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Embattled U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter of California vigorously defended himself Wednesday, one day after news broke that he and his wife had been indicted on charges of using campaign funds for personal expenses.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is reportedly considering allowing states to use federal funds to buy firearms for educators.
Advocates of ordaining women as Roman Catholic priests are citing the church’s unfolding sex abuse scandals as powerful arguments for their cause, while acknowledging the high unlikelihood of achieving their goal anytime soon.
The leader of the Islamic State group apparently resurfaced Wednesday, urging his followers to “persevere” and continue fighting the group’s enemies everywhere in a purported audio recording, his first in almost a year.
Cohen lawyer, in solicitation snafu, promotes nonexistent website that now leads to Trump campaign homepage
Michael Cohen lawyer Lanny Davis on Wednesday mistakenly promoted a nonexistent website where he said supporters could donate to his client’s legal fund — but the site didn’t stay dormant for long.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team was one holdout juror away from convicting Paul Manafort on all 18 counts of bank and tax fraud, juror Paula Duncan told Fox News in an exclusive interview Wednesday.
Why do marriages fail? Sometimes it’s because one partner develops an interest in a co-worker. So says Chris Watts — now accused of killing his family — in a YouTube video posted in April 2012.
Democrats are in a strong position for the midterms, according to the latest Fox News poll.
President Trump on Wednesday weighed in on whether he’d pardon Paul Manafort following his conviction on bank and tax fraud charges.