FBI Director James Comey said the attackers sent messages, but they were private and couldn't have been caught by intelligence.
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The GOP candidates shared a stage in Vegas, but seemed locked in their own, only occasionally intersecting conflicts.
Even though it has the same words, the carol’s tune is different in Britain and in the U.S.
The accused deserter, held for years by the Taliban, could face life in prison if convicted.
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Don’t read too much (or too little) into new polls about Donald Trump’s proposed immigration ban.
Facing continued criticism, the Chicago mayor apologizes for Laquan McDonald’s death in a speech to City Council and vows to do better.
Long before Donald Trump proposed banning Muslims from entering the United States, the GOP believed that Muslims were a natural constituency.
After newspapers stepped up to provide data government hadn’t collected, Director James Comey called the lack of reliable information “ridiculous.”
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State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez announced she would not prosecute an officer in the October 2014 death of Ronald Johnson.
Democrats, once critics of Bush-era terror policies, have decided they’re a useful tool, while Republicans have rediscovered the importance of due process.
News that Tashfeen Malik pledged allegiance to ISIS likely explains what motivated the San Bernardino attackers—but it raises other questions.
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The technical definition of such acts is often at odds with public understanding.
The president holds a mirror up to America, and finds the U.S. exceptional in grotesque ways.
The retired neurosurgeon is in a full-fledged slide, as evangelical voters and the media alike flock to Ted Cruz.
He may be known as an unyielding conservative, but on issues from national defense to political experience, the Texas senator is staking out a position as the goldilocks candidate.