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As a candidate, President Trump regularly criticized the Clinton Foundation for taking money from Middle East despots. But these donations are different.
Passengers and a flight attendant used a drink cart to block him from getting to the front of the jet. He was then immobilized with duct tape.
The site Gab urges users, many of whom feel sidelined by mainstream social media, to #SpeakFreely.
After decades of working on animal rights, some activists believe the movement has finally hit the mainstream, fueled in part by social media.
There is little sign of opposition to the nomination of Callista Gingrich, but it is not without controversy.
Voters chose the reform-minded president by a margin of about 20 percent over his main conservative challenger.
Today, one in six newlyweds marry someone outside their race, which appears to allude to a more accepting society.
Dipsomaniac was the word that won Ananya Vinay her third California's State Spelling Bee. She'll head to the national Bee later this month.
It's believed to be the biggest extortion attack recorded, with more than 200,000 people affected in 150 countries.
Lois Durso's daughter was killed instantly in 2004 when her car lost control in a blizzard and slid under the side of a truck trailer.
Nevada joins a handful of other states in allowing people to drive that fast. The highest speed limit in the U.S. is 85 mph on a Texas toll road.
Sue Klebold's son Dylan was one of the Columbine High School shooters. Nearly 20 years later, she talks about her struggle to understand his actions.
"We'll likely look back at this as a watershed moment," says Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, as malware called Wana Decryptor is blamed for the attacks.
Marine Le Pen called to congratulate Macron and conceded defeat to a gathering of her supporters in Paris shortly after polls closed.
Kim Hak Song, an employee of a university in Pyongyang, is being held on suspicion of hostile acts against the country.
Twelve athletes swam across the border from the United States to Mexico in an effort to call attention to immigrants in a charged political environment.