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Rep. Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) ascended to the top job in House Republican leadership Wednesday, while Rep. Liz Cheney (Wyo.) followed in her father's footsteps by taking the party's No. 3 spot. McCarthy prevailed over Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), 159 to 43, ...Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer Re-Elected to Senate Leadership RolesThe Latest: McCarthy chosen to lead House GOP next yearColumn: The Republicans' woman problem
The White House has filed a memo opposing CNN's suit against the Trump administration, saying no journalist has a constitutional right to access. It states the president and his staff have "absolute discretion" over journalist access and interviews White House, in fight with CNN, argues Trump has 'broad discretion' to police journalists' accessTrump responds to CNN, says no First Amendment right to enter White HouseEven Fox News joins in widespread media support for CNN lawsuit against Trump.
The American Constitution Society Wednesday released a letter signed by over 1,600 attorneys nationwide calling for lawmakers and Justice Department officials to protect the special counsel's Russia probe in light of Matthew Whitaker's appointment as ...The legal fight over Matthew Whitaker's appointment, explainedDOJ: Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker 'unquestionably' authorized to lead departmentDOJ says Whitaker's appointment as acting attorney general is constitutional
(CNN) More than 100 people are missing -- most of them senior citizens -- in Northern California's Butte County as firefighters battle the Camp Fire, the most deadly and destructive wildfire in state history, the sheriff's office says. The Camp Fire is California fire evacuees could find bodies in charred homes: What we know nowPG&E stocks and bonds hammered on worry company may be liable for California wildfireList: About 100 people still missing after deadly wildfire
Parts of Massachusetts could see up to several inches of snow by Friday as a nor'easter bears down on the region starting Thursday night — as early as the evening commute, according to the National Weather Service. The service has also issued a ...How much snow, ice are we getting Thursday? It's going to be messyStorm to drop snow, ice and threaten travel disruptions across central US into Thursday7 inches or more of snow predicted for parts of St. Louis area by end of storm Thursday
A brush fire in the Rialto area of San Bernardino County burned more than 140 acres by Wednesday morning after erupting the previous night. The blaze, dubbed the Sierra Fire, was reported shortly after 9 p.m. on Tuesday near Sierra and Riverside Sierra Fire holding at 147 acres began as transient campfire; no evacuations, no injuries'Sierra Fire': Fast-Moving San Bernardino County Blaze Sparks OvernightFirefighters hold Sierra fire near Rialto to 147 acres
A Georgia state senator who was arrested Tuesday during a protest at the state Capitol building said she was “singled out” by police “as a black female senator” standing with her constituents. Democratic state Sen. Nikema Williams was one of at least Georgia State Senator Arrested For Protesting — Blames RacismGeorgia: Black Woman State Senator Arrested at Peaceful Voter ProtestGeorgia Legislator, Arrested At Work, Says She Was 'Singled Out As A Black Female Senator'
NEW YORK -- A 67-year-old New York City man has stepped forward to claim his $343.9 million prize from a Powerball ticket, making him the winner of the biggest jackpot in New York Lottery history, according to the New York State Gaming Commission.'I Was Blessed': NYC Powerball Winner Comes Forward to Claim Largest Jackpot in State HistoryHarlem record Powerball jackpot winner revealedA Retired Harlem Man Just Revealed Himself as the $343 Million Powerball Winner
A black student at the University of Texas at San Antonio had police called on her by a white professor after she had put her feet up on one of the classroom chairs, students and school officials said. The educator, who was identified by the university UTSA president updates community on viral video, reassures commitment to reexamining campus climateGoing to Class While BlackU. of Texas at San Antonio Investigates After Students Say Lecturer Called Police on Black Classmate
The 20-year-old charged with killing 17 people at a Parkland, Fla., high school was arrested again Tuesday evening after attacking a sheriff's deputy, repeatedly hitting him and taking one of the deputy's weapons, authorities said. The Broward Sheriff Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz attacked jail deputy and grabbed his stun gun, cops sayParkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz charged with attacking jail guardNikolas Cruz, Parkland Shooting Suspect, Is Charged With Assaulting Deputy in Jail