Her last words were her vows: Inspirational breast cancer sufferer, 31, marries in hospital bed ceremony just hours before she dies Pictured: Law firm partner and family man, 58, who shot dead Pamela Anderson's attorney and injured another lawyer at their office holiday party moments after he was fired Mystery as 'very healthy' college student, 18, dies in his sleep on a flight that was taking him home for Christmas Man finds four-year-girl playing alone in the snow in her pajamas... then she leads police to her mother's dead body in their nearby home 'Death to the Ayatollah': Two demonstrators are 'shot dead' in Iran after angry crowds burn down a government building and torch cars as thousands take to streets in biggest revolt since 2009 'Oppressive regimes cannot endure forever': Donald Trump warns Iran the 'world is watching' as he backs the protesters' calls for change 'It is ... (more)
Vice President Mike Pence, who's spending the holidays in Aspen, Colo., with his family, got a not so-subtle message of scorn from a neighbor in the liberal ski resort town earlier this week. "Make America Gay Again," reads a rainbow banner wrapped around a stone pillar by the entrance to the Pence's vacation pad.
President Donald Trump on Saturday attacked The New York Times and its "sick agenda," alleging that one of the paper's reports thwarted a US bid to take out Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. "The failing New York Times foiled US attempt to kill the single most wanted terrorist, Al-Baghdadi.
James Clapper: Trump is 'making Russia great again' Former officials describe Trump's 'disparagement' of intel community as 'shameful' Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2vK3ydW President Donald Trump's legal team is evaluating potential conflicts of interest among members of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, says there was no court order to monitor Donald Trump's phones. ASPEN, Colo.
Republican candidates gathered in Aspen Saturday night for the Pitkin County GOP's annual Lincoln Day Dinner. From left, Pitkin County Commissioner candidate Scott Writer, State House District 61 candidate Bob Schutt, 9th Judicial District Attorney candidate Jeff Cheney and CU Regent candidate Heidi Ganahl.
Congress released the last chapter of the congressional inquiry that has been kept under wraps for more than 13 years, stored in a secure room in the basement of the Capitol. Lawmakers and relatives of victims of the attacks, who believe that Saudi links to the attackers were not thoroughly investigated, campaigned for years to get the pages released.