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Sarah Sanders says the US is entertaining a proposal the State Department disapproves of
The White House said on Wednesday it is entertaining a proposal raised by Russian President Vladimir Putin to interrogate Americans in exchange for assistance in the ongoing US investigation into election interference.

Trump now says he holds Putin responsible for meddling
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he holds his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin personally responsible for Moscow's attempts to interfere in the 2016 US election.

Anderson Cooper imitates Trump's 'no' moment
CNN's Anderson Cooper breaks down President Trump's claims that he was "very strong" on Russian President Vladimir Putin during their summit behind closed doors in Helsinki, Finland.

Jeffrey Toobin blasts Trump's 'pathetic' interview
Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein comments on President Donald Trump's CBS interview in which he once again denied any Russian collusion in the 2016 US presidential election.

Opinion: Confronted with Putin's lies, Trump flinches again
Like a boy forced to say "I'm sorry" when he doesn't mean it, President Donald Trump has been sullenly trying to fix the problem he caused in Helsinki, Finland when he embraced ...

Watch Sarah Sanders defend what Trump said
The White House denied that President Trump doesn't believe Russia is targeting the United States. Press secretary Sarah Sanders, who said she spoke with Trump about his answer earlier during a Cabinet ...

FBI director: Russia 'most aggressive actor' in election interference
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that Russia was engaging in real-time "malign influence operations" against the United States and called the country the "most aggressive actor" in the space of election ...

Measure to break California into 3 states removed from ballot after court ruling
It looks like Californians won't be voting on whether to split their state into three.

GOP lawmaker griped that women can't be called 'sluts'
A Republican congressman from Minnesota has a long history of making deeply misogynistic comments on the radio, including lamenting that women can no longer be called "sluts."

Trump: John Brennan is a total low-life
James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence, reacts to President Donald Trump slamming former members of the intelligence community.

Longtime GOP official resigns over Trump's news conference with Putin
A longtime Ohio GOP official abruptly resigned Monday over President Donald Trump's comments during a news conference in Helsinki at a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying "something snapped" during the ...

Report: Trump lying twice as much as last year
Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale has tracked President Trump's lies since the start of his presidency and says the lies are escalating.

Opinion: Our democracy depends on securing the next election
According to indictments released last week by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian intelligence officers successfully breached voter registration databases during the 2016 election. This echoes the Senate Intelligence Committee's findings in a preliminary ...

Trump military parade likely to cost $12M
President Donald Trump's military parade in DC is likely to cost nearly as much as the now canceled military exercise with South Korea that Trump called "tremendously expensive" and said cost "a ...

Pop star mocks Trump with new lyrics
Pop star Richard Marx changed the lyrics to one of his hit songs to mock President Trump's "would vs wouldn't" switcheroo. Now everyone's doing it. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Zuckerberg clarifies his Holocaust deniers comments

Opinion: Zuckerberg's comments give Holocaust deniers an opening
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, recently described Holocaust denial as people who have simply gotten things "wrong" but not "intentionally" wrong. After all, he insisted, "I [also] get things wrong." He will not ...

Prosecutors: Russian agent traded sex for access
Prosecutors said Mariia Butina should be held in jail until her trial because her life in the US has been predicated on deception, including attempts to exchange sex for political access. She ...

Former OSU wrestler says he was molested in late 1970s, earliest such allegation
A former Ohio State University wrestler said he was molested by Dr. Richard Strauss in the late 1970s, the earliest such allegation against the team doctor.

12 indicted for death of teen in case of mistaken identity
New York authorities announced the indictments of 12 men in the killing of an unarmed teen who was attacked in a case of mistaken identity in the Bronx.

Spain might be next to criminalize sex without affirmative consent
Spain may soon join a list of countries to make "yes means yes" the legal standard in sexual encounters.

95 bodies found under school were probably forced black laborers
Months after a Texas school district broke ground on a new technical center, archaeologists there made a surprising discovery: the long-buried remains of 95 people.

Papa John's founder says it was a mistake to resign

NFL veteran announces he's retiring

Police investigating man's rant against lesbian couple
Oregon police are investigating after a man hurled threats and homophobic slurs at a lesbian couple in a rant caught on video.

Tour buses banned from iconic sitcom house
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has voted to ban all commercial vehicles with nine or more seats from the street that houses the famous "Full House" home.

NBA star rescues shipwrecked woman fleeing Africa

Woman says a spider bite cost her a leg
A mother of three in West Memphis, Arkansas, says a spider bite ended up costing her a leg.

Parkland coaches posthumously honored at ESPYS
The ESPYS on Wednesday posthumously honored three coaches killed in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Man who walked 20 miles to work gets CEO's car
The CEO of a company gifted a car to his employee when he found out the young man walked 20 miles to work in Alabama.

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