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The California senator, who announced her run for the 2020 presidency on Monday, is viewed by Democrats as a formidable contender.
U.S. Faces Increasing Threats From Weakening World Order and Isolationism, Intelligence Agencies Warn
Traditional adversaries are likely to take advantage of the weakening international order to increase their influence, according to a new intelligence strategy.
The sighting this winter of newborn whales off the coasts of Florida and Georgia is being greeted with mild optimism, as the North Atlantic population has dwindled.
The union representing the bureau’s special agents pressed for the government to reopen, citing limits on their ability to pursue crime and terrorism.
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou of Huawei has set off a diplomatic crisis, and China is pressuring Canada to release her, but the U.S. is moving ahead with an extradition request.
Paul N. Whelan, a former United States Marine, was arrested after being given a thumb drive of state secrets, believing it to contain vacation pictures, his lawyer says.
Tuesday: What to know about the senator’s presidential aspirations; shutdown updates; and Oscar nominations
Iran said it had summoned the Swiss ambassador, which acts on behalf of U.S. interests in Tehran, to protest the Jan. 13 arrest of Marzieh Hashemi.
Under a compromise reached by Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer, the Senate will vote Thursday on a Trump measure that will fail and a stopgap spending bill likely to pass.
The settlement came after tens of thousands of teachers marched in downtown Los Angeles and picketed outside schools for six school days.
Four moderates from the Kansas City metro area have changed parties in the last month, reflecting a national realignment on a key partisan battleground.
In an increasingly diverse Democratic Party, South Carolina will be the first presidential primary in which a majority of voters will be African-American.
An arcane 1946 law has proved a roadblock. By one count, 30 big regulations have been challenged, and the administration has lost 28 times.