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Church's divine plan to beat the recession and keep tithes flowing in involved filing fraudulent unemployment claims at companies owned by congregants, former followers say
A senior figure in the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany says party co-leader Frauke Petry should quit, amid deepening infighting a day after its strong showing in national elections
The widow of a state trooper has sued the parents of the sniper convicted in her late husband's killing, saying they psychologically manipulated their son "into developing a strong dislike for police and acting on that dislike."
Following a wave of protests by NFL players Sunday, former head coach Tony Dungy tells TODAY that many players felt that “a group of our family got attacked” by President Trump for exercising what they regarded as First Amendment rights. He calls for listening and “understanding the other person’s point of view.”
This week's major tech headlines include reviews of the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and Apple TV 4K. Nest also introduced a new line of home protection products called Nest Secure and there's even more rumblings that Sprint and T-Mobile may actually pull off a long-rumored merger.
From The New York Times: Rohingya Muslims are the most recent victims of ethnic cleansing. Hundreds of thousands have fled their homes in Myanmar. Ben C. Solomon, a New York Times correspondent, shows us the chilling reality they face as refugees.By: By BEN C. SOLOMON. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2jUGb0k
President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, used his personal email account on dozens of occasions to communicate with colleagues in the White House, his lawyer said Sunday.
Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., explains her opposition to the Graham-Cassidy bill, which she has called a 'sneak attack' by her GOP colleagues. Sen. Cantwell also discusses cyber security.
If you or your loved one has diabetes or another pre-existing condition and can't get a reasonable health policy, you'll know it was the party of Donald Trump that did it to you.
Someone finally returned a library book nearly 80 years after the due date to the Attleboro Public Library in Massachusetts. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Residents of inventor Thomas Edison's Ohio hometown have marked its 200th anniversary by burying mementos in a time capsule that's intended to be opened in a century