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Republicans divided on Russia probe, calls for special prosecutor over AG Sessions 
Republicans are increasingly divided over whether members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign made illegal contact with Russia and if a special prosecutor should be appointed over Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate allegations. Former Trump ...

Actor Bill Paxton Dead at 61 Due to Complications from Surgery 
Bill Paxton, the actor known for starring in films such as "Twister" and "Apollo 13," died on Saturday due to complications from surgery, according to a family statement. He was 61. "It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed ...

French historian detained for 10 hours by U.S. Customs 
Feb. 26 (UPI) --U.S. customs officials in Houston detained a French historian for 10 hours while on his way to speak at a symposium at Texas A&M in College Station. Henry Rousso, 62, a specialist in World War II history, was questioned Wednesday at Houston ...

The First 100 Lies: The Trump Team's Flurry Of Falsehoods 
To say that President Donald Trump has a casual relationship with the truth would be a gross understatement. He has repeatedly cited debunked conspiracy theories, pushed voter fraud myths, and embellished his record and accomplishments. The barrage of ...

Suspected Drunken Driver Slams Into New Orleans Parade Crowd, 28 Hurt: Cops 
A drunken driver crashed into another vehicle before plowing into a Mardi Gras parade crowd in New Orleans Saturday, injuring nearly 30 people, authorities said. Five of the injured were in guarded condition but none of the injuries appear life-threatening ...

Rachel Dolezal, white woman who identifies as black, now jobless, may soon be homeless 
Rachel Dolezal, the infamous white woman who for years passed herself off as African American and rose to become head of an NAACP branch, is now jobless, on food stamps and expects to soon be homeless. A defiant Dolezal, 39, recounted her current plight to ...

Samsung Shows Two New Tablets to Target Gamers, Professionals 
Company seeking to recover from last year’s Note 7 fiasco Samsung Electronics Co. targets gamers and professionals with two new tablets, seeking to regain ground in mobile devices after pulling its Note 7 smartphone off shelves last year. The Galaxy ...

GOP congressman says no room for compromise in repealing Obamacare 
The founder of the conservative House Freedom Caucus said the Republican Party cannot compromise on its promise to fully repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare. "We didn't tell the American people we're going to repeal it -- except ...

Casualties mount as Iraqi troops advance in IS-held Mosul 
MOSUL, Iraq (AP) — "We have wounded!" the men shouted from the roadside. Two soldiers, bleeding, were being bandaged beside their smoking vehicle on the side of a dusty dirt road. Iraqi special forces Maj. Saif Ali yelled to his driver to stop and leaped ...

Ethics Watchdog Has Big Impact On Federal Workers, But Not On Trump 
On Monday, the Senate will vote on Wilbur Ross' nomination as the U.S. commerce secretary. As required by the Ethics in Government Act, the billionaire businessman has reached an agreement with the Office of Government Ethics to sell off most of his holdings.

Russians march to honor slain opposition leader Nemtsov 
MOSCOW (AP) — Thousands of Russians marched through Moscow on Sunday shouting slogans such as "Russia will be free!" and "Putin is war!" to mark two years since opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was gunned down outside the Kremlin. Nemtsov, a former deputy ...

LGBTQ Advocates Fear 'Religious Freedom' Bills Moving Forward In States 
There are renewed efforts at the state level to pass so-called religious freedom bills. LGBTQ rights advocates believe that's because local lawmakers are anticipating support from the Trump administration. In Alabama, there's a bill that allows adoption ...

Ali's son not alone in facing border scrutiny 
Muhammad Ali Jr., claims airport security held him and questioned him about his name and religion. Time The detention of Muhammad Ali's son at a Florida airport has prompted outrage and dismay, but Ali was not the only well-known person to be caught up in ...

‘People’s Court’ judge Joseph Wapner dead at 97 
TV’s first famous judge has left the bench for good. Joseph Wapner, who ushered in reality court shows as the first star of “The People’s Court,” died Sunday after a week of health problems, according to TMZ. He was 97. Wapner was hospitalized last ...

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