Analysis: Sean Spicer is just the latest politico hoping to dance his way into your heart
Tom DeLay in 2009, in the middle of his indictment on charges of campaign money laundering. Rick Perry in 2016, after his failed presidential bid. Now, Sean Spicer, after his brief and inglorious tenure as the White House press secretary for the Trump administration in 2017.
Warren's latest anti-corruption plan would put strict new limits on lobbyist power
Sen. Elizabeth Warren released a sweeping new set of anti-corruption proposals Monday ahead of a rally in New York City, where she will speak a short walk from the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, an infamous 1911 disaster that led to the passage of revolutionary new workplace safety regulations.
'Seinfeld' is heading to Netflix in 2021
Netflix may be losing Michael Scott and Chandler Bing, but it's gaining Jerry Seinfeld and Cosmo Kramer.
OxyContin maker files for bankruptcy
Purdue Pharma filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York Sunday as part of its framework for settling litigation with multiple states and governments.
Walmart's car seat recycling program starts
Walmart is partnering with TerraCycle -- a global waste management company that works with consumer product companies, retailers, cities and facilities to recycle "difficult-to-recycle" products and packaging -- to offer the nation's largest car seat recycling event, with nearly 4,000 Walmarts participating across the country.
Why America has a White Claw shortage
America is running out of White Claw hard seltzer, and the shortage might not end until next year.
Band wears T-shirts designed by bullied fan
Members of the University of Tennessee marching band got to be some of the first people to wear the wildly popular anti-bullying T-shirt inspired by a 4th-grade fan, who was teased for his homemade shirt.
First US auto strike in 12 years set for midnight
The United Auto Workers union said Sunday that its members at General Motors will walk out by midnight if the automaker does not meet its demands, setting the stage for the nation's first auto strike in 12 years.
Holder cautions against potentially prosecuting Trump post presidency
Former Attorney General Eric Holder predicted President Donald Trump may be prosecuted after his presidency if he doesn't first face impeachment proceedings while in office -- but warned of the possible risks to the nation.
Stacey Abrams has some advice for 2020 Democrats
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Trump now says not all vaping is bad
President Donald Trump seemed to strike a different tone on vaping in a tweet Friday evening after announcing earlier in the week an effort to ban almost all flavored vaping products.
'It hurts': Yang brings own experience to bigoted comments by new 'SNL' member Shane Gillis
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang again responded to racist comments made by new "Saturday Night Live" hire Shane Gillis, saying he's faced Anti-Asian racism throughout his upbringing but also that "our country has become excessively punitive and vindictive about remarks that people find offensive or racist."
Panic after reports of shooter at movie theater
Reports of a possible shooter at a mall in Virginia sparked panic Saturday night as people hid in stores and officers searched for a gunman. Hours later, police said they'd found no evidence of a shooting inside the Ballston Quarter mall in Arlington.
2 injured when fight between parents led to shooting at youth football game
A woman and a girl were injured in a shooting at a youth football game in Fort Worth, Texas, a police spokesman said.
Girl's lemonade stand made over $700 for K9 unit
A 3-year-old girl lit up her Wisconsin community after she donated hundreds of dollars to her local police department's K9 division, all through the power of lemonade.
Former priest likely to spend the rest of his life in prison for abusing altar boy
A former Roman Catholic priest who spent decades on the run was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for sexually abusing an altar boy in New Mexico.
Tropical Storm Humberto is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane
The Bahamas missed the brunt of Tropical Storm Humberto, which is expected to become a hurricane Sunday.
At least 22 people injured in deck collapse at New Jersey beach house
At least 22 people were injured Saturday evening after a deck collapsed at a home in Wildwood, New Jersey, according to representatives for area hospitals.
Cannabis industry calls for legalization and regulation to snuff out underground vapes
The recent rash of vaping-related illnesses and deaths could represent a crisis for the legal cannabis industry, which relies on vaping for an estimated quarter of its business in some states.
Long Island City tries to move on after Amazon HQ2 debacle
If you walk around Long Island City on any given day, you'll see cranes everywhere and new apartment buildings popping up seemingly overnight. Improvements are being made to multiple subway stations. And new businesses are opening, including a liquid nitrogen ice cream shop and a dance studio for kids.
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Democratic White House hopeful Warren rails against corruption at big N.Y. rally
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Monday denounced the corruption she argues has crippled the country's politics and economy, drawing her largest crowd thus far in a sign of her campaign's growing strength.