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Numbers, past not on Dems' side in Ala.: Moore scandal may not sway voters to his rival
Renegade Republican Roy Moore may be plagued by scandal, but scandal alone will not convince the voters of 44th Place North to show up for Democrat Doug Jones.
Former U.S. military interpreter in Afghanistan now in Houston
Israeli strikes kill 2 Hamas men after Gaza rocket attack
U.S. wants world to isolate North Korea, so what's that mean?
When President Donald Trump's U.N. ambassador recently urged the world to sever diplomatic ties with North Korea, she was sketchy on the details: Should all embassies close? How about those providing the U.S. intelligence from the largely inscrutable country? And what of Sweden, which helps with imprisoned Americans?
Snow exits South, marches toward Northeast
A pre-winter storm that roared through the Deep South and coated half of North Carolina and portions of Virginia in snow pushed northward on Saturday, leaving motorists to brave potentially icy roads and utility crews trying to restore heat and light to thousands.
‘Firefighting at Christmas’ may become normal in California
A week of destructive fires in Southern California is ending, but danger still looms.
South sees rare snow
Snowfall blanketed parts of the Deep South on Friday, delighting schoolchildren with an unexpected holiday but also reviving panicky memories for many adults of past storms that trapped commuters on interstates for hours.
Senate Democrats call on Franken to resign
His once-promising political career in shambles, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken appeared on the verge of resigning after fellow Democrats led by female senators abandoned him Wednesday over the mounting allegations of sexual misconduct that are roiling Capitol Hill.
Not Real News: A look at what didn't happen this week
A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week.