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Trump says US will pull out of nuke treaty with Russia that limited number of missiles
President Donald Trump said Saturday he would pull out of a Cold-War era treaty with Russia that limited the number of missiles in each country.
JUST IN: Gwinnett officer shot and killed; police searching for suspects
Gwinnett County Officer Antwan Toney was killed in a shooting outside Snellville on Saturday. Police are searching for the suspects. The incident came after three separate officer-involved shootings across Georgia on Thursday.
Red Sox ace Chris Sale pranks the media with strange explanation for being hospitalized during ALCS
'The Saudis still aren't coming clean': Doubt expressed on explanation of Khashoggi killing
Saudi Arabia said journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in a fistfight at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Rob Gronkowski reportedly doesn't travel to Chicago, highly unlikely to play against Bears
Gronk is dealing with a back injury, which is concerning given his injury history
Michael Unearths 19th Century Ships Wrecked on Florida's Dog Island During 1899 Hurricane
Fifteen ships washed ashore on Dog Island in 1899 during a Category 2 hurricane that became known as the Carrabelle Hurricane.
House Democrats' hope for wave election diminishes as Republicans rebound
Democrats retain their strength in suburban areas, but Trump’s rising approval and the fight over Kavanaugh are boosting GOP candidates in conservative and rural districts.
Video shows police officer punching 14-year-old girl during arrest
"The officer's actions were 100 percent within policy, legal and were not excessive," a Florida officer says
'People's Vote' March on Brexit Draws Thousands to Streets of London
Demonstrators are demanding a new referendum on Britain’s exit from the European Union, though Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected the idea.
Campaigns target Georgia's absentee voters
Political campaigns in Georgia are using absentee voting records to call absentee voters and ask for their support. The names and addresses of voters who have requested absentee ballots is a matter of public record.
Beto O'Rourke's campaign sued over unwanted text messages
A Texas resident sued Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s (D) campaign for U.S. Senate because of campaign text messages sent ahead of the midterm elections.
Remains of dozens of fetuses removed from Detroit funeral home
The remains were removed from Perry Funeral Home, making it the second gruesome finding at a Detroit funeral home in recent weeks.
The Harvard Trial: What We Learned This Week and What's Ahead
Reporter Ben Jacobs Responds To Trump's Defense Of The GOP Lawmaker Who Assaulted Him
The Guardian reporter who was physically assaulted by Rep. Greg Gianforte last year has pushed back on President Donald Trump's claim the congressman is a "tough cookie." In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Ben Jacobs slammed Trump for…
Michigan-Michigan State rivalry flames stoked after pregame jabs
After Michigan and Michigan State players clashed during warm-ups, Jim Harbaugh denounced the Spartans' disrespectful, "bush league" actions, and Mark Dantonio called it "B.S."