EU Brexit negotiator fears disorderly Brexit more than ever
Michel Barnier says the EU is stepping up preparations for a chaotic departure.
Sen. Gillibrand tells Colbert she’s launching presidential exploratory committee
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is taking steps toward a 2020 presidential bid. The New York Democrat announced that she is forming a presidential exploratory committee.
House rejects white supremacy after Rep. Steve King questioned why language offensive
The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to reject white supremacy after outrage over Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King questioning why using the term is offensive.
Mueller files court documents describing evidence of Manafort’s alleged lies
Special counsel Robert Mueller filed court document Tuesday afternoon outlining the underlying evidence to support its claims that Paul Manafort lied.
IRS recalls tens of thousands of workers and warns of heavy call volume, long waits
The IRS will designate some 46,052 employees as needed for the upcoming tax season amidst the shutdown. That represents more than half of its 80,265 workers.
Child still strapped to car seat falls from mother's car onto busy street
A child was uninjured after falling from her mother's car still strapped to her car seat into traffic.
Kidnapping suspect was 'a perfectly nice boy,' grandfather says
Jake Patterson, 21, is accused of abducting Jayme Closs, 13, in October.
Fantasy, control and obsession: Experts weigh in on kidnapping suspect
Jayme Closs, who was abducted in October, escaped on Thursday.
Mueller plows ahead, issuing more subpoenas to associates of conservative commentator
Robert Mueller’s focus on the activities of former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone has zeroed in on at least three new witnesses associated with Jerome Corsi.
For the first time, Coast Guard not receiving a paycheck amid shutdown
The USCG commandant said in a statement that to the best of his knowledge, this is the first time service members have not been paid during a lapse in appropriations.