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  • Suspicious letter sent to Sen. Susan Collins

    A person in a hazmat suit appears to be handling a letter that is enclosed in a plastic bag in Bangor, Maine, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. A hazardous materials team was called Monday to investigate a suspicious letter sent to the home of Republican Sen. Susan Collins, officials said.

  • Trump suggests 'rogue killers' murdered journalist Khashoggi

    President Donald Trump suggested Monday that "rogue killers" could be responsible for a Saudi journalist's disappearance after a personal phone call in which Trump said Saudi Arabia's King Salman strongly denied any knowledge of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi. Trump also announced he'd dispatched Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to the Kingdom - and anywhere else necessary - to get to the bottom of the suspected murder of Khashoggi, who hasn't been seen since entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two weeks ago.

  • McSally, Sinema face each other in Arizona Senate debate Source: AP

    Two congresswomen will face off in the sole Arizona Senate debate Monday evening, capping a contest that could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. Martha McSally is a former fighter pilot who represented a Tucson district that voted for Hillary Clinton and was a Trump critic during 2016.

  • Horrified parents found baby boy dead with head stuck in bars of A 655 cot

    'Delighted' Queen shares her excitement after Harry and Meghan reveal they're expecting their first baby - five months after getting married Is Fergie's tweet a swipe at Harry and Meghan for upstaging Eugenie by telling Royal Family of baby news at her wedding? Duchess tweets pictures from daughter's big day moments after news of royal pregnancy is announced Revealed: How Meghan and Harry's baby will be SEVENTH in line to the throne - but WON'T be a prince or princess Loved-up Harry and Meghan are spotted holding hands as they take a romantic stroll around the Admiralty House garden hours after landing for their maiden tour of Australia Is this what Meghan and Harry's first child will look like? Forensic artist uses photos of the couple to predict newest royal baby's features Trump claims 'rogue' killers could have murdered Jamal Khashoggi after Saudi king 'firmly denies' any part in the ... (more)

  • Georgia Gov. hopeful Stacey Abrams makes history at Atlanta Pride...

    Stacey Abrams emerged from her SUV on a busy Midtown Atlanta street corner on Sunday with a declaration to make to the throngs of voters attending the Atlanta Pride Parade, the annual celebration of LGBT rights in the heart of the city. "We're here because we stand together, because we know that allies do not run from fights.

  • GOP plays blame game while fighting to save House majority

    The party's candidates may not go quietly, but from the Arizona mountains to suburban Denver to the cornfields of Iowa, the GOP's most powerful players this midterm season are actively shifting resources away from vulnerable Republican House candidates deemed too far gone and toward those thought to have a better chance of political survival.

  • White House: 'Stern' action over Saudi journalist if needed

    In this Aug. 2, 2018, file photo, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks at a news conference to discuss Paid Family Leave legislation, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Rubio and Jeff Flake threatened on Sunday, Oct. 14, tough punitive action by Congress against Saudi Arabia, including a possible halt of military sales, if it's proven that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the country's consulate in Istanbul.

  • Julian Castro rallying Iowa Democrats as he ponders his 2020 future

    A woman who donned a University of Texas at San Antonio T-shirt approached the 44-year-old former mayor of San Antonio. A mother of a UTSA graduate, she beckoned Castro for a photo, throwing up the famous Texan hand sign.

  • Ohio US senate candidates spar over health care, immigration

    Candidates in Ohio's U.S. senate campaign sparred Sunday over health care, approaches to climate change, student loan debt, immigration, tariffs and gun control in the first of three debates. Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci repeatedly criticized incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown as being a Washington insider, citing Brown's connections to Democratic New York Sen. Chuck Schumer multiple times.

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