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Hurricane Irma causes at least 9 deaths in Caribbean as Florida, Georgia, SC brace for storm
Hurricane Irma lashed the Caribbean today, causing at least nine deaths, while in the U.S., Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are facing states of emergency as residents brace for the monster storm. The storm -- called "extremely dangerous" by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) -- currently has
Prosecutor: Terror suspect 'sought to kill other Americans'
A prosecutor has described a U.S. citizen accused of abandoning his birth nation to fight for al-Qaida as "an American who sought to kill other Americans."
Ex-Port Authority detective says he predicted WTC was terrorist target a decade before 9/11
Former Port Authority Intelligence Unit Det. Matthew Besheer says he predicted a decade before the 9/11 terror attacks that the World Trade Center would be a terrorist target. “In 1991 leading into 1992, I was asked by the commanding officer of the World Trade Center to do a vulnerability study,”
Everything you need to know about Gen. John Kelly, Trump's new chief of staff
President Donald Trump announced Friday via Twitter that he has selected retired Gen. John Kelly, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, to be his new chief of staff. Kelly will replace Reince Priebus, who served as chief of staff for six months and was formerly the longest-serving
Sessions 'enjoys wide support' of federal prosecutors: Top DOJ official
Current and former Justice Department officials – including even staunch critics of the Trump administration – are increasingly offering their support to embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions . The latest show of support came today from one of the nation’s top prosecutors, a veteran government
'Growing Up Hip Hop' star Romeo Miller discusses explosive new season
Romeo Miller opens up about his family drama, his stint on "Empire" and the No Limit legacy.
Sessions heading to Guantanamo Bay for 1st time under Trump
For the first time as leaders of the U.S. Justice Department , Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are visiting the U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay , underscoring Sessions' long-held belief that the detention facility there should be used to jail terrorism
Jurors in Bergdahl case will be quizzed about Trump
The judge overseeing the trial of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl decided Thursday that potential jurors will not be questioned whether they voted for President Trump in a pre-trial questionnaire. That questionnaire, however, will still contain questions about President Trump, and whether jurors have ever
Trump reverses parts of Obama-era Cuba policy
White House also announced that they are reversing. The Obama administration's. Steps to normalize. Relations with Cuba. Because of their human rights violations. Forget about the fact that he has shaken hands of some of the big is dead spots out after we. I want to point that out at that would be