Election Hacking Puts Focus On Paperless Voting Machines
In all, about 20 percent of registered voters nationwide use machines that produce no paper record.
Deputies Destroy More Than 3K Marijuana Plants In East Texas
Officials estimate the marijuana would have had a street value of about $186,000.
Trump: US Hasn’t Been Notified About Threat To Cancel Summit
"We haven't seen anything. We haven't heard anything. We will see what happens."
Deputy Who Failed To Confront School Shooter Getting Pension
A Florida sheriff's deputy who failed to confront a gunman during a Feb. 14 school massacre is receiving a monthly state pension of $8,702.35.
CIA Nominee Wins Senate Panel Backing, Confirmation Expected
Gina Haspel won the backing of the Senate intelligence committee Wednesday, paving the way for her expected confirmation to lead the spy agency.
Trump Defends Decision To Revisit Action On Chinese Company
"This is also reflective of the larger trade deal we are negotiating with China and my personal relationship with President Xi," Trump tweeted Monday.
Sanctuary Cities Could Get Boost From Sports Betting Ruling
The Trump administration opposed the SCOTUS ruling at least in part because it could signal trouble in its legal fight against sanctuary states and cities.
Officials Doubt Claims Palestinian Baby Died from Tear Gas
Gaza health officials are casting doubt on claims that a 9-month-old baby died from Israeli tear gas fired during mass protests on the Gaza border with Israel.
Dozens Killed In Gaza As US Embassy Opens In Jerusalem
The new embassy will temporarily operate from an existing U.S. consulate until a decision has been made on a permanent location.
Supreme Court Makes Sports Betting A Possibility Nationwide
The court ruled 6-3 to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, a 1992 law barring state-authorized sports gambling with some exceptions.