Ric Ocasek's widow shows gratitude for well-wishers following his death
As Paulina Porizkova mourns the loss of the her husband, Ric Ocasek, she showed thanks for the gesture left outside their home. Flowers were left for the widow, who found ‘The Cars’ frontman unconscious and unresponsive. Responders pronounced Ocasek dead inside the couple’s home. He was 75.
Mariano Rivera receives Presidential Medal of Freedom from Trump: 'Maybe the greatest pitcher of all time'
California man with 'Elephant Man' syndrome once joined circus, has had over 30 surgeries: 'I was dead inside'
Washington girl celebrates recovery with ‘Wonder Woman’ photoshoot after nearly losing sight in one eye
Jeffrey Epstein accusers cannot recoup damages over lenient plea deal: U.S. judge
A group of women who said Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused them are not entitled to money damages from the United States even though federal prosecutors kept them in the dark about the financier's lenient non-prosecution agreement more than a decade ago, a Florida judge ruled on Monday.
Lawyers say leaks prosecution violates freedom of the press
Lawyers for a former intelligence analyst charged with leaking classified documents about military campaigns to a reporter say the case should be dismissed because the law is being used to suppress freedom of the press
Trump says U.S. is prepared for war following attacks on Saudi oil facilities
President Trump still doesn't want to go to war with Iran, he said , but the U.S. is prepared for it nonetheless. Saudi Arabia announced Monday that its initial investigation into the drone strikes against two of the country's major oil production facilities revealed that Iranian weapons were used in the attack. The kingdom will now reportedly invite United Nations and other international "expe...
House Democrats are probing whether Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao used her job to benefit her family
Three Leaders of Women’s March Group Step Down After Controversies
The departures come after years of discord and charges of anti-Semitism and at a time the group is gearing up for political engagement in the 2020 elections.
James Robertson, federal judge who took stand against warrantless surveillance, dies at 81
He drew national attention in 2005 by resigning from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to protest warrantless wiretaps by the Bush Administration.
Tropical disturbance in Gulf of Mexico set to deluge Texas with heavy rain, while Hurricane Humberto may target Bermuda