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During an interview on Meet The Press, Sen. Bernie Sanders reacted to the horrific mass shooting in Orlando by calling for automatic weapons not to be sold in the US. During an interview on Meet The Press, Sen. Bernie Sanders...
Donald Trump was rushed off the stage by Secret Service agents on Saturday night while making a speech at a rally in Nevada, sparking panic in the crowd. The Republican nominee shielded his eyes and looked into the crowd and...
Five officers are dead — four Dallas police officers and one DART transit officer — after two snipers ambushed and opened fire on police at the end of a peaceful protest against nationwide officer-involved shootings Thursday night, officials say. One...
In a quest for Cold War military superiority, the United States detonated more than 1,000 nuclear weapons. Government researchers blew up many of the bombs on the ground and others in ocean atolls. Yet as threats moved into space and concerns about fallout...
On the third day of the Democratic National Convention, when President Barack Obama and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine are scheduled to speak, WIkileaks has released hacked voicemails from top Democratic officials. The new material from the pro-transparency publisher includes 29...
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has selected Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate, the billionaire businessman tweeted. Trump was set to reveal his vice presidential pick on Friday morning during a press conference, but decided to hold...
WASHINGTON: The United States has approved the possible sale of up to 153 tanks, hundreds of machine guns and various other military gear to Saudi Arabia in a deal worth $1.15 billion, the Pentagon said Tuesday. The Defense Security Cooperation...
Continuing on the latest polls and loop in other data streams to tell the story of the 2016 campaign. Here are five numbers that mattered this week. The enthusiasm gap is back – but this time, it favors the Democrats. A Bloomberg...
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz pledged $20 million to groups that support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton Thursday. “I have dedicated our lives to figuring out how to do the most good we can with the resources we’ve been given,” Moskovitz wrote....
North Korea's latest ballistic missile test triggered swift condemnation Sunday from the international community as the hermit nation's move challenges President Trump in his first month in office. South Korea’s defense ministry quickly charged in a statement that Kim Jong Un’s missile...

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