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MEXICO BEACH, Fla. — As they built their dream house last year on the shimmering sands of the Gulf of Mexico, Russell King and his nephew, Dr. Lebron Lackey, painstakingly documented every detail of the elevated construction, from the 40-foot pilings ...Trump promises to seek disaster aid as he tours parts of Florida, Georgia devastated by Hurricane Michael'We're going to rebuild somehow,' Hurricane Michael victim says. 'I just don't know how yet'Hurricane Michael Death Toll Climbs to 18; Trump Views Storm Damage in Florida, Georgia
WASHINGTON — Signaling even more strongly her intent to run for president, and to forcefully confront President Trump, Senator Elizabeth Warren on Monday released the results of a DNA test that she said indicated she had Native American ancestry.Kellyanne Conway called Elizabeth Warren's DNA test 'junk science.' Is it?Did Elizabeth Warren Just Kill Identity Politics?'Why can't Dems ever stay focused???': Elizabeth Warren's DNA test sparks a heated debate on the left
(CNN Business) The federal government is running up its credit bill again. The deficit rose to $779 billion in fiscal year 2018, up 17% from last year, according to final figures released Monday by the Treasury Department. That's the largest number Budget Deficit Jumps Nearly 17% in 2018US Government Deficit Grew 17% in Fiscal 2018US budget deficit expands to $779 billion in fiscal 2018 as spending surges
A former veteran Senate Intelligence Committee security director pleaded guilty Monday to lying to FBI agents about his contact with a reporter during a federal leak investigation, and also admitted lying about speaking with three other reporters. James A.Ex-Senate aide pleads guilty to lying to the FBI in leak probeFormer Senate Intelligence Committee staffer pleads guilty to lying to FBI investigatorsEx-Senate Intelligence Staffer Who Dated Reporter Pleads Guilty To Lying To FBI
BOSTON—Harvard University's longtime admissions dean defended the school's recruitment of prospective students in the first day of a landmark trial accusing Harvard of discriminating against Asian-American applicants. On Monday, lawyers for the Harvard admissions trial opens with university accused of bias against Asian AmericansHarvard on Trial: The Lawsuit on Affirmative Action, ExplainedLawyer says Harvard 'let the wolf of racial bias in through the front door'
Previously spotted in D.C. gift shops and jigsaw puzzle boxes, a fantasy print of President Trump entertaining Abraham Lincoln while every other Republican president in history watches now hangs outside the Oval Office. The portrait was shown hanging Trump makes new overtures to DemocratsArtist 'astounded' to see his Trump painting hung in the White HouseTrump's bizarre White House painting revealed
A black man arrived at the entrance to the building where he lives in St. Louis late Friday night only to find himself blocked by a white neighbor who demanded proof he lived there. “Please move, ma'am,” the man, D'Arreion Toles, says in a video he Woman fired after blocking black man from his apartment building in videoMissouri Woman Fired After Viral Video Shows Her Blocking Her Black Neighbor from Their CondoWhy Do White People Feel Entitled to Police Black People?