Sens. Kaine, Flake seek vote to authorize war on Islamic State
‘Answer the question’: Bernie Sanders clashes with Trump budget chief during hearing
Who is Greg Gianforte, the Montana House candidate who allegedly attacked a reporter?
Obama in Berlin: ‘We can’t hide behind a wall’
Montana papers retract their Gianforte endorsements after assault citation
President Trump’s first trip abroad
On Trump and Russia, Mark Warner emerges as the accidental investigator
Manchester Bomber Was Part of a Network; Father, Brother Arrested - The suicide bomber who killed 22 people after an Ariana Grande concert was part of a network that included his brother.
Montana candidate charged after alleged 'body slam' - The Republican candidate in Montana's special congressional election allegedly body slammed a reporter and broke his glasses on Wednesday night, according to an audio recording of the event and eyewitness accounts.
Census Director Abruptly Quits People-Counting Agency - he director of the people-counting Census Bureau is leaving his job just as the agency steps up its once-a-decade tally, the Commerce Department said Tuesday.
Trump Failing to Track Foreign Cash at His Hotels - Just before taking office, President Donald Trump promised to donate all profits earned from foreign governments back to the U.S. Treasury. But MSNBC has learned the Trump Organization is not tracking all possible payments it receives from foreign governments, according to new admissions by Trump representatives.
House Candidate Cited With Assault in Alleged 'Body Slam' of Reporter - The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office issued the citation Wednesday night after Gianforte was accused of attacking a newspaper reporter.
What the pictures of the bomb tell us - The bomb that killed 22 people in Manchester was an intricate device that was likely put together by an experienced bomb-maker, who then sent a protégé to detonate it, experts say.
NATO funding: How it works and who pays
Chilling Manchester Photos Suggest Carefully Made Bomb - A senior U.S. law enforcement official told NBC News that the photos were provided to U.S. officials by British authorities.
Painkillers Raise Heart Attack Risk Within a Week - Common painkillers such as ibuprofen and naproxen are known to raise people's risk of a heart attack. Now a new study shows it happens quickly.
Trump rips NATO allies: Pay your fair share - President Donald Trump, speaking in front of the heads of state of fellow NATO allies at the alliance's new headquarters, called out member countries Thursday for not meeting their financial commitments.
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U.S. auto sales seen up 0.5 percent in May: JD Power and LMC
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg returns to Harvard as commencement speaker
Some Uber and Lyft riders are giving up their own cars: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Ivanka Trump meets human trafficking victims in Rome
Magic Johnson compares LaVar Ball to Kardashian mom, Kris Jenner
Lakers president says Jenner bragged about daughters, similar to LaVar bragging on Lonzo.Terry Bradshaw calls Nick Saban's Alabama salary 'shameful'
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Cavs coach says of Celtics, "It’s harder to defend than Golden State’s (offense) for me."Boy struck in head by Chris Carter's broken bat at Yankees game
Carter's bat shattered and flew into the stands, with a majority of it striking a boy sitting behind the third base dugout.New dating app matches the meditating, green living, 'conscious eating' crowd
A new studio replaces a former institution on the yoga scene; a day of fitness with L.A.’s hottest trainers; and a dating app for people into all things good for you. Here's what needs to be on your radar. Yoga for the mind and spirit Mandala occupies the Santa Monica space that once belonged to...The hot new thing? Infrared saunas. Three L.A. places to try out the trend
With ever more studies pointing to the benefits of sweating — from increased longevity and athletic endurance to decreased pain and anxiety — Sauna 2.0 led this year’s trend report from the Global Wellness Summit. One of the breakout sessions for the 500 or so doctors, spa directors, hospitality...Explore the new historic park outside DTLA
Various government agencies have spent the last decade deciding how to turn the Southern Pacific’s long-abandoned “Cornfield” rail yard into a public space. Now, at last, Los Angeles State Historic Park is open for all to enjoy. Chinatown-adjacent — a few blocks from Philippe, the “original” French...Thirsty? 4 new artesian waters you'll want to try
Water is now the most consumed beverage in the country; 12.6-billion gallons’ worth last year, according to research and consulting firm Beverage Marketing Corp. Premium brands are tapping into the demand by producing ever-more pristine, alkalizing, mineral-rich waters. Here are a few popping up...
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