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The White House accused Acosta of "putting his hands" on an aide during a press conference in which he repeatedly challenged the president.
Months after investigators uncovered the school's discriminatory practices to keep women out of the profession, officials are offering 67 rejected female applicants a spot in the program.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Archbishop Ieronymos jointly announced the agreement, which is aimed at separating religion and state. But it is drawing resistance from other Church leaders.
The girls' leadership development organization is accusing the Boy Scouts of trademark infringement, after it started admitting girls as well as boys.
Guam's archdiocese is facing claims from nearly 200 alleged survivors. "Bankruptcy is the method to deliver the greatest measure of justice to the greatest number of victims," said a Church lawyer.
The students were released at another school 12 miles away. A principal and teacher reportedly remain captive. Tensions in Cameroon have heightened as an Anglophone separatist movement has taken root.
In mice genetically programmed to develop Alzheimer's symptoms, those given a synthetic version of a chemical in marijuana retained normal memory function.
The former senator was an early supporter of the president but then he quickly lost the president's favor because he recused himself from the Russia investigation.
Voters in Idaho, Utah and Nebraska approved ballot initiatives to expand Medicaid, overcoming roadblocks that had kept an estimated 300,000 people from obtaining coverage.
There are now 33 states that have legalized marijuana to some degree, and recreational pot use is now legal in 10 states, along with Washington, D.C.
A record-breaking year of female candidates and nominees will culminate in a record-breaking number of female legislators on Capitol Hill next year.
Christopher Watts, 33, had gone on television in August to call for the safe return of his wife and children. But the bodies of the three were later discovered dumped in an oil field.
The state approved a key ballot initiative that will restore voting rights to citizens who have served sentences for certain crimes.
Democrats made modest inroads on the GOP's commanding lead in governors' offices around the country. But did not fare well in marquee races in Florida and Georgia.
Lawmakers in at least three states will have less power to draw political boundaries, while automatic and same-day voter registration is coming in other places. New voter ID laws also got approved.
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Polls closed at 8pm last night, ending a highly anticipated election. Here’s what we know.