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Charlottesville driver previously accused of beating mother
Charlottesville driver previously accused of beating mother

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - The driver charged with killing a woman at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville was previously accused of beating his mother and threatening her with a knife, according to police records released Monday.

Man accused of ramming protesters pictured with racist group
Man accused of ramming protesters pictured with racist group

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - The driver of a car accused of crashing into a crowd protesting a white supremacist rally in Virginia had been photographed hours earlier carrying the emblem of one of the hate groups that organized the "take America back" campaign.

War of Words: North Korea vs. Donald Trump
War of Words: North Korea vs. Donald Trump

President Donald Trump's recent invocation of "fire and fury" in response to North Korea's nuclear weapons program had a familiar ring to it. It's the kind of dramatic rhetoric that North Korea regularly uses in its public statements.

'Son of Sam' killer was arrested 40 years ago this week

NEW YORK (AP) - For a year, David Berkowitz terrorized New York.

The Only Enemy Pakistan
The Only Enemy Pakistan's Army Can Beat Is Its Own Democracy

The country's prime ministers have always come and gone at the behest of the generals who really run the country.

Starbucks' New Frappuccino Makes Us So Excited For Fall
Starbucks' New Frappuccino Makes Us So Excited For Fall

It's not a PSL.

Some Apple employees are furious about the company
Some Apple employees are furious about the company's new spaceship campus

After years of planning, Apple recently started moving into its gargantuan $5 billion spaceship campus. An imposing and impressive structure to say the least, the outside of the building is comprised of more than 3,000 curved panels of glass which had to be custom-made and specifically engineered for the building. Designed to run on 100% renewable energy, Apple's massive new headquarters features a number of interesting architectural quirks that will ostensibly make the 12,000 employees that work there more productive and more likely to collaborate with colleagues. With an abundance of open areas on the outside and free-flowing workspaces on the inside, Jony Ive told Wired earlier this...

Secretive search for man behind Trump dossier reveals tension in Russia inquiry
Secretive search for man behind Trump dossier reveals tension in Russia inquiry

The dossier contained explosive allegations about Trump and the Kremlin. Two US congressional staffers who travelled to London in July and tried to contact former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele were sent by a longstanding aide to Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House intelligence committee and a close ally of the White House.

Rockets, gunfire test new Russia-backed truce near Syria
Rockets, gunfire test new Russia-backed truce near Syria's Homs: monitor

Warring sides exchanged rocket and gunfire north of the Syrian city of Homs overnight, hours after a Russia-backed truce took effect, a war monitor said on Friday, while heavy rocket fire also marred a similar deal east of the capital Damascus. Russia, an ally of the Syrian government, said on Thursday its defense ministry and Syria's opposition had agreed to set up a "de-escalation" zone in the rebel-held countryside north of government-held Homs. After an initial few hours of calm, the rebels and government forces and their allies began to target each other's territory.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Says It's Not 'Appropriate To Lie,' But ...
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Says It's Not 'Appropriate To Lie,' But ...

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said at Wednesday's briefing that she didn't think it was "appropriate to lie from the podium or any other place."

Donald Trump's Approval Rating Just Hit a New Low
Donald Trump's Approval Rating Just Hit a New Low

More than half of American voters are "embarrassed" to have him as president

Bankrupted Russian firm
Bankrupted Russian firm's jets may become Air Force One

The US Air Force is about to buy two mothballed Boeing 747s that were abandoned by a bankrupt Russian airline -- and convert these into the next Air Force One, a source said Tuesday. Speaking on condition of anonymity, a source close to the deal told AFP that Boeing is set to sell a pair of 747-8 jetliners to the Air Force. Air Force One is actually two planes -- one for the president and a spare.

Tearing Up the Nuke Deal Now Would Hand Iran the Best of All Possible Worlds
Tearing Up the Nuke Deal Now Would Hand Iran the Best of All Possible Worlds

Trump should be seeking a longer agreement, not a shorter one.

House votes to kill consumer lawsuit rule
House votes to kill consumer lawsuit rule

By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to erase a new rule that lets bank and credit-card customers band together in lawsuits, as the agency that drafted the measure, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, moves closer to the center stage of congressional politics. It now goes to the Senate. The Republican majority in the Senate is slimmer.

McCain's Health Care Vote Under Scrutiny
McCain's Health Care Vote Under Scrutiny

The Arizona senator returns to Capitol Hill at a crucial time for health care.

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