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Bannon Is Subpoenaed in Mueller’s Russia Investigation

Bannon Is Subpoenaed in Mueller’s Russia Investigation

Stephen K. Bannon arrived to testify before the House Intelligence Committee during a closed-door session on Tuesday.

Poll: Upbeat baby boomers say they're not old yet

Poll: Upbeat baby boomers say they're not old yet

Baby boomers say wrinkles aren't so bad and they're not that worried about dying. Just don't call them "old."

Alaska plans to aggressively market lease sale

Alaska plans to aggressively market lease sale

The state of Alaska plans to aggressively market a 14.7 million-acre lease sale announced Thursday in hopes of attracting new oil and natural gas development on state lands and waters.

No trains from NY Penn Station for hours overnight

No trains from NY Penn Station for hours overnight

New Jersey Transit says no trains will run to and from New York's Penn Station for several hours overnight as crews work to clear equipment after a derailment.

Comparing the Fed's views on the economy

Comparing the Fed's views on the economy

A comparison of the Federal Reserve's statements from its Sept. 20-21 meeting and the two-day meeting that ended Wednesday:

BP engineer cites privilege over e-mails with wife

BP engineer cites privilege over e-mails with wife

The BP engineer who described the oil giant's blown-out well as a "nightmare well" six days before the Gulf of Mexico rig explosion says e-mails he exchanged with his wife are privileged.

Professor: Vegas is West's least educated big city

Professor: Vegas is West's least educated big city

A sociology professor studying Nevada's economy says Las Vegas is the least educated major metropolitan area in the West.

Departure of Kennedy, ‘Firewall for Abortion Rights,’ Could End Roe v. Wade

Departure of Kennedy, ‘Firewall for Abortion Rights,’ Could End Roe v. Wade

The 1992 March for Women’s Lives was a response to the pending case Casey v. Planned Parenthood, which was seen as a threat to Roe v. Wade.

Con man Minkow gets 5-year max for $500M fraud

Con man Minkow gets 5-year max for $500M fraud

Convicted con man Barry Minkow, in his youth a millionaire carpet cleaning entrepreneur who later reinvented himself as a fraud fighter for the FBI and a church pastor, was sent back to prison Thursday for five years for involvement in a scam that cost homebuilder Lennar Corp. some $580 million in lost stock value.

Protest in Puerto Rico Over Austerity Measures Ends in Tear Gas

Protest in Puerto Rico Over Austerity Measures Ends in Tear Gas

Officers walking through tear gas in San Juan, P.R., during a protest against austerity on Tuesday.

A Lifelong Political Scrapper, Roger Stone Is Fighting for His Own Legal Future

A Lifelong Political Scrapper, Roger Stone Is Fighting for His Own Legal Future

Roger J. Stone Jr. is a key focus of the special counsel’s investigation.

Ex-High School Football Coach Gets 25 Years in Prison for Molesting Boys

Ex-High School Football Coach Gets 25 Years in Prison for Molesting Boys

An ex-high school football coach who spent a long career in Mississippi and Alabama was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years in federal prison in a molestation case involving teenage boys.

Perry heads to early states as he leans toward bid

Perry heads to early states as he leans toward bid

Leaning toward a full-fledged presidential run, Texas Gov. Rick Perry will visit at least two early primary states — South Carolina and New Hampshire — on Saturday at the same tim...

Police: Dallas mom glued daughter's hands to wall

Police: Dallas mom glued daughter's hands to wall

A 22-year-old mother was facing child abuse charges Friday after police say she glued her toddler daughter's hands to a wall, kicked her in the stomach and beat her over a potty training issue.

Auto sales up for first time since the recession

Auto sales up for first time since the recession

Auto sales rose in the United States last year for the first time since the recession. They're still far from what they were just a few years ago — but that's just fine with the downsized auto industry, which can post profits even if they sell millions fewer cars and trucks.

Chrysler lines up $7.5 billion to repay loans

Chrysler lines up $7.5 billion to repay loans

Chrysler Group LLC could repay most of its government loans as early as next week after raising $7.5 billion from bank loans and bond sales.


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