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Denver shuts down 26 legal pot businesses, makes arrests
Denver authorities have shut down 26 legal marijuana businesses and arrested 12 people suspected of illegal distribution of pot after a yearlong criminal investigation
President Trump to visit FBI National Academy following comments that bureau is in 'tatters'
President Trump will visit the FBI National Academy on Friday amid heightened tensions with the bureau whose reputation he recently described as "in tatters," and its standing as the "worst in history." According to the White House, Trump will deliver remarks to graduates of the 10-week national
Bannon, undeterred, under siege from GOP after Alabama loss
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is catching heat from fellow Republicans for what they see as his leading role in costing the party a Senate seat in Alabama
Baltimore waiting for reply from FBI in unsolved killing
Baltimore's police commissioner is still awaiting a reply after asking federal authorities to take the lead in the unsolved killing of a city detective
Rosenstein defends Mueller, FBI; pushes back at suggestion of bias in Russia probe
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered a strong defense of Robert Mueller 's appointment and actions as special counsel Wednesday and further praised the FBI , even as the bureau has been criticized by President Donald Trump in recent weeks. Appearing before the House Judiciary Committee,
In Alabama, an unusual alliance yields a Democratic upset
Democrat Doug Jones is going to the U.S. Senate after pulling together an unusual alliance in a Deep South state dominated by Republicans
Things to know about Alabama's new US senator, Doug Jones
Things to know about Doug Jones, a Democrat who won a special election against Republican Roy Moore to become Alabama's next U.S. senator
Senior FBI agent removed from Mueller's team repeatedly called Trump 'an idiot'
ABC News has reviewed hundreds of text messages sent between FBI colleagues.
The Note: Democrats can revel in Doug Jones’ win, but more battles loom
The TAKE with Rick Klein Yes, they (still) can. But it won't always be this easy, and this was pretty hard at that. Democrats have every reason to celebrate their victory in Alabama. They can revel in storylines about new coalitions in red-state America, and about Republican dissensions and
Meet Democrat Doug Jones, Alabama's senator-elect
Alabama's senatorial runoff day not only marked the first time a Democrat has won a Senate seat in Alabama in 25 years. It also marked a coming out party for Doug Jones. Jones' campaign for senator was often overshadowed by the bluster of, and litany of accusations against, his opponent, Roy Moore.