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Attorney general: Brazil's Temer leads criminal organization
Brazilian President Michel Temer was charged with obstruction of justice and leading a criminal organization on Thursday, another blow to the embattled leader and the stability of Latin America's largest nation
Friday Rewind: OJ Simpson granted parole
Taking a look back at this week's top stories, including O.J. Simpson's being granted parole, an adorable video of a golden retriever's saving a drowning deer, toilet paper wedding dresses and the flooding in Arizona.
President turns the heat up on Senate Republicans at White House luncheon
Trump says senators should not leave for August break until health care bill is passed.
What's new on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and iTunes in July
July brings a whole new slew of TV shows and films to stream on digital platforms. Netflix will debut two new series, "Friends from College" and "Ozark," as well as the original film "To the Bone," starring Lily Collins, while Amazon will debut the Oscar-winning film "The Salesman." Hulu
A timeline of Trump's immigration executive order and legal challenges
President Donald Trump's controversial executive order to temporarily ban travel to the U.S. by refugees and immigrants from some majority-Muslim countries previously sparked protests across the nation, and may do so once again now that it is set to go into partial effect this evening. Here's a
Supreme Court allows key parts of Trump's travel ban to go into effect
The court ruled that only those traveling to the U.S. who are speakers, students, workers or have family members can enter.
Harry Styles, Paramore, Zac Brown Band and more music reviews
This week One Direction’s Harry Styles goes solo, Paramore follow-up their self-titled record with an eighties-style throwback, three-fourths of No Doubt join forces with Davey Havok of AFI to form Dreamcar, Todd Rundgren releases an electro-tinged, guest-filled record and the Zac Brown Band
Federal judges to hear appeal on Trump's revised travel ban
Trump administration attorneys head back to a federal appeals court Monday seeking to reverse a judge’s March order that blocked the president’s second travel ban just hours before it was to go into effect -- a ruling the president called an “unprecedented judicial overreach” that made America
Dwayne Johnson says a run for president is a 'real possibility'
After not publicly endorsing any candidate in last year's Presidential election , Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson now says he's mulling over a run for office himself. In an interview with GQ , Johnson -- the former champion wrestler and current movie star -- says he has "a tremendous amount of respect
Donald Trump promise tracker: Where his pledges stand at the 100-day mark
Throughout the long presidential campaign and after the election, Donald Trump made many promises to the American people. As his administration reaches the 100-day mark, here is a review of where some of the promises stand. This "promise tracker" takes a look at some of the pledges he made to the