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The U.S. Department of Energy wants to know exactly what grade of steel is being used in a massive radioactive waste treatment plant at the decommissioned nuclear site.
Congressional Republicans would not go as far as the president. Sen. Marco Rubio said he remained confident that special counsel Robert Mueller is "fair and thorough" and will "arrive at the truth."
The ad asked would you rather "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown." Snapchat pulled the ad, but its stock prices were still down by week's end.
This writer has struggled with compulsive hair pulling and skin picking since she was young. For her and others who suffer, there are only mildly effective treatments, though new efforts are underway.
Maryangel Garcia Ramos, a Mexican disability activist, isn't afraid to call out TV execs, rock out in front of the stage at a Killers concert and stand up to her country's machismo culture.
Police recovered five bodies from the wreckage Saturday and said a sixth person died at the hospital. Florida International University said engineers met hours before the collapse to discuss safety.
Lawyer Michael Cohen has escalated the legal battle with the actress who was paid not to repeat claims that she had an affair with the president.
Vice President Mike Pence, his wife Nancy Pence and his mother Nancy Pence-Fritsch joined Savannah, Ga. for its annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, and The White House fountain was once again dyed green.
Cambridge Analytica concedes it improperly received Facebook users' personal information, but denies using it for the campaign. Facebook said the company may not have deleted the data as promised.
Andrew McCabe was set to leave the bureau and start collecting his pension on Sunday but he was fired anyway — after more than a year as a GOP political target, and more than 20 years with the FBI.
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