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Updated at 10 a.m. ET. A man whom police had identified as their top suspect in a string of deadly bombings in the Austin, Texas, area this month killed himself early Wednesday by triggering an explosion in his car as officers approached the vehicle to Austin bomber identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, source saysAustin Bombing Suspect Blew Himself Up, Police SayAustin bombing suspect dies after blowing himself up, police say
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here's the sign-up.) Good morning. Here's what you need to know: “We had a very good call”. • Against aides' advice, President Trump congratulated Vladimir Putin on Tuesday for his victory in the Russian Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO as Facebook data outcry intensifies; Zuckerberg called to testifyBreaking up with Facebook? It may be harder than it looksHow to protect your personal data from Facebook profiteering
(CNN) The fourth nor'easter in three weeks already is closing schools and canceling thousands of flights Wednesday as it's expected to dump record springtime snow in the Northeast. A day after the official beginning of spring, the storm will bring Hello, spring? Nor'easter targets East with heavy snow, windsA Fourth Nor'easter Is Wreaking Havoc on the East Coast. Here's How Much Snow to Expect From Winter Storm TobyNor'easter begins dumping snow on New York City as schools close, flights grounded
A longtime analyst for Fox News is leaving the network, saying that he could not “in good conscience” remain with an organization that, he argued, “is now wittingly harming our system of government for profit.” In a searing farewell note sent to Fox News commentator exits with a searing attack on Fox NewsYour daily 6: Bomb suspect blows himself up, build a better coffee cup and women troubles for TrumpLt. Col. Ralph Peters says he's 'ashamed' of Fox News and leaves his role as analyst
Former Vice President Joe Biden took fresh jabs at President Donald Trump on Tuesday while speaking at an anti-sexual assault rally, telling students at the University of Miami that he probably would have "beat the hell out" of Trump if they'd attended Joe Biden Talks Trump & Declares He Would Have "Beat The Hell Out Of Him" In High SchoolBiden on Trump: I Would Have 'Beat the Hell Out of Him'
President Trump tweeted a quote from former Harvard Law professor and Fox News contributor Alan Dershowitz's appearance on Fox Business' Lou Dobbs Tonight last night expressing doubts about the Justice Department's appointment of Special Counsel Robert Trump is right: The special counsel should never have been appointed
Gregory Salcido, a southern California teacher at El Rancho High School, was fired Tuesday for fiercely criticizing the military in the classroom. Salcido, who was elected Pico Rivera councilman in 2000, also served as ceremonial mayor of the city in Gregory Salcido, anti-military teacher, fired — and good riddanceSchool Board Fires Pico Rivera Teacher Whose Anti-Military Rant Was Caught on VideoTeacher who called military 'lowest of the low' is fired
CHICAGO — The race for Illinois governor has come down to this: the multimillionaire versus the billionaire. Gov. Bruce Rauner, a private-equity executive seeking a second term in office, prevailed in a tough battle for the Republican nomination on Top takeaways from the Illinois primaryIncumbents, money triumph in several contentious Illinois primariesIll. governor's race appears to pit billionaire against multimillionaire
The ever-escalating Stormy Daniels saga took another strange turn Tuesday night when CNN brought attorneys for the porn star and Michael Cohen, President Trump's longtime personal lawyer, into its studios and let them rip into each other on prime time Stormy Daniels, Free Speech WarriorDonald Trump's foolish legal strategy is weakening the presidencyStormy Daniels lawyer holds up Michael Cohen poster during heated interview: 'Where is this guy?'
A New York State judge ruled on Tuesday that a defamation lawsuit brought by a woman who has said President Trump made unwanted sexual advances could go forward, raising the possibility of a public airing of other allegations of sexual misconduct Trump loses bid to kill lawsuit by woman who says he sexually assaulted herTrump Is About to Get a Dose of Due Process From Summer ZervosDefamation case against Trump to move forward