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Certain Members Wiped From Trump's Transition Team

Certain Members Wiped From Trump's Transition Team

Tuesday brought a big shake-up for Donald Trump's transition team, but the president-elect took to Twitter to assure Americans that there's a "very organized process taking place as I decide on Cabinet... Keep reading » 
  


 
Trump Breaks Protocol, Ditches Press for Dinner

Trump Breaks Protocol, Ditches Press for Dinner

President-elect Donald Trump emerged from his New York skyscraper Tuesday night for the first time in days, moving about the nation's largest city without a pool of journalists on hand. The president-elect spent about...Keep reading » 
  


 
Denver Loosens Its Pot Laws Even More

Denver Loosens Its Pot Laws Even More

As five more states voted to legalize recreational marijuana last week, Denver took it a step further: A ballot measure to allow social marijuana use has narrowly passed, according to vote count updates released Tuesday,...Keep reading » 
  


 


Clinton Is Winning Popular Vote by More Than 1M

Clinton Is Winning Popular Vote by More Than 1M

In news unlikely to bring much cheer to the Clinton household, Hillary Clinton is now the winningest loser in the history of American presidential elections. According to the Cook Political Report election tracker, Clinton's...Keep reading » 
  


 
Warships Come to Rescue of NZ Town Cut Off by Quake

Warships Come to Rescue of NZ Town Cut Off by Quake

New Zealand military leaders say they have almost completed the evacuation of more than 700 tourists and residents from a small coastal town, two days after a powerful earthquake cut off train and vehicle access.... Keep reading »
  


 
ICC: Probe Into American War Crimes May Be Coming

ICC: Probe Into American War Crimes May Be Coming

The International Criminal Court is talking about investigating Americans for alleged war crimes in Afghanistan, a move that the State Department considers both unwarranted and inappropriate. The department says that not only is the US... Keep reading » 
  


 
Cops: Oklahoma Airport Murder Wasn't Random

Cops: Oklahoma Airport Murder Wasn't Random

Oklahoma City police investigators are trying to figure out why a man waited to gun down an airline employee outside Will Rogers World Airport in an ambush that prompted authorities to shut down the state'... Keep reading » 
  


 
Han Solo and Leia Slept Together. For Real

Han Solo and Leia Slept Together. For Real

Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford slept together a long time ago on a movie set far, far away, only this time it didn't result in a son with a thing for masks and patricide... Keep reading »