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Parents Who Came Under Fire for YouTube Prank on Kids Could Face 10 Years in Prison
Parents Who Came Under Fire for YouTube Prank on Kids Could Face 10 Years in Prison

Michael and Heather gained notoriety after a video of them playing an expletive-laced prank on their children went viral.

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Mike Pence's Fundraising Is Unprecedented For A Vice President

The mere hint that Pence is working to boost his own political brand instead of President Donald Trump's has already led the vice president to blast the "fake news" bullhorn. The New York Times reported earlier this month that Pence's fundraising was part of an effort to promote himself amid uncertainty for top-level Republicans created by the investigations into Trump's ties to Russia. "The allegations in this article are categorically false and represent just the latest attempt by the media to divide this administration," Pence said. Despite the denial, it is notable that Pence is the first vice president to launch a personal fundraising effort, particularly during the first months of...

Trump begins 17-day vacation as troubles brew in Washington
Trump begins 17-day vacation as troubles brew in Washington

Donald Trump, who once asked "what's the point" of vacations and often admonished his presidential predecessor for taking them while in office, embarked Friday on a 17-day holiday to one of his golf resorts. Arriving in Bedminster, New Jersey for an extended break, the president left behind a capital grappling with a Russia scandal and buffeted by extraordinary leaks from government officials. The White House said Trump's Bedminster stay would be a "working vacation," and cited scheduled upgrades of the West Wing's creaky heating and cooling system during the steamy Washington summer as a reason why Trump was leaving town.

Why Robert Mueller's Grand Jury Isn't a Big Deal-Yet
Why Robert Mueller's Grand Jury Isn't a Big Deal-Yet

"Everything is just a kind of tea leaf reading at this point"

The Latest: Rand Paul to vote "yes" on health care vote
The Latest: Rand Paul to vote "yes" on health care vote

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the effort by congressional Republicans to pass a health care bill (all times local):

Trump renews attacks on own attorney general
Trump renews attacks on own attorney general

US President Donald Trump resumed his attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuesday, calling his onetime ally "VERY weak" in pursuing intelligence leaks and for failing to go after former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her email. Trump's latest Twitter salvo followed a report in the Washington Post that the president and his advisers have discussed replacing Sessions, one of the Republican billionaire's earliest supporters. "Attorney General Jeff Sessions has taken a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes (where are E-mails &DNC server) & Intel leakers!" Trump tweeted.

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