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- Amid nuclear deadlock, top CIA official on Korea leaves for Google
A senior official at the CIA’s Korea Mission Center is leaving the agency to work for Google in Asia, according to two sources directly familiar with the matter, marking the second high-ranking employee to leave the division amid high-level talks between U.S. and North Korean officials on denuclearization.
- Trump is 'looking into' Facebook 'bias' as aide melts down over suspension
A Facebook spokesperson told Yahoo News that a system intended to stop bots had temporarily halted Dan Scavino’s ability to post comments, and that the company had apologized and restored his account.
- PHOTOS: Deadly floods in the Midwest
Floods in the Midwest have killed at least four people and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage, according to Reuters. The floods, the result of last week's "bomb cyclone," inundated stretches of Nebraska and Iowa along the Missouri River. It swamped homes, covering about a third of the U.S. Air Force Base that houses the United States Strategic Command, and cut off road access to a nuclear power plant. Some 74 Nebraska cites had declared a state of emergency by Monday evening, according to the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency. More than 600 residents were evacuated and taken to American Red Cross-operated shelters. (Reuters)
- Trump calls George Conway 'a total loser!'
President Trump on Tuesday called George Conway, a prominent conservative lawyer and the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, “a total loser” after he questioned the president’s mental health.
- Elizabeth Warren: Time to end the Electoral College
- Reagan's daughter says he'd be ‘heartbroken’ over state of the country and GOP
“Through Her Eyes” is a weekly half-hour show hosted by human rights activist Zainab Salbi that explores contemporary issues from a female perspective. An author and the daughter of the late President Ronald Reagan, Patti Davis is not one to mince words — especially when it comes to the legacy of her father and the political party that reveres him. “How about the crickets when Trump keeps assaulting the constitution,” she continued.
- Last prosecutor on Michael Flynn case departs Mueller's office
Her departure comes on the heels of reports that another Mueller prosecutor would leave the office in coming days and is sure to be seen as a new indication that the special counsel’s investigation is winding down.
- Never-Trumpers assess his mental health: 'His condition is getting worse'
- Trump's likely pick for Pentagon job makes 'trains run on time.' Can he do much more?
- Trump adds Biden to his 'low IQ' list
- 'It's over': Miami Beach tries to outrace climate change's rising seas
- Kellyanne Conway: Mosque shooter's manifesto only mentions Trump once
The White House counselor urged Fox News viewers to read the entire 74-page manifesto of the mass shooter who killed at least 50 people in New Zealand, claiming it will show that he was not inspired by President Trump.
- PHOTOS: Possible terror attack on tram in Netherlands leaves 3 dead
- Why did Kamala Harris let Herbalife off the hook?
- As Trump escalates rhetoric, Iran's wartime preparations include terrorist attacks and assassinations
The Trump administration seems oblivious to the potential Iranian response to U.S. military action, warn multiple former officials. And yet Iran has been telegraphing its intentions — including its capacity and willingness to use terror — if a war takes place.
- President Trump urges Fox News to bring back Jeanine Pirro, 'keep fighting' for Tucker Carlson
- Trump attacks McCain, who died last year, over dossier leak
Recently unsealed court documents show that an associate of McCain, former State Department diplomat David Kramer, shared copies of the dossier with BuzzFeed and other media outlets -- AFTER the election.
- Joe Biden (almost) announces he is running for president
- College admissions scandal: Why the meritocracy should look in the mirror
For one day last week, a divided country was briefly united — in outrage — at the college admissions scandal implicating dozens of wealthy parents (including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman) who were accused of bribing and cheating their children’s way into some of America’s most elite universities.
- McConnell's arguments on 'ballot harvesting' full of contradictions
“It’s a core part of our constitutional system,” McConnell said Jan. 31, lambasting the Democrats’ bill as a “federal takeover of election law.” But, McConnell said, “it’s a common practice in California.”
- 'Psychedelic Warlord': Teenaged Beto's misogynistic online posts
Archived versions of writings attributed to O’Rourke’s alias “Psychedelic Warlord,” include one that criticized some women as “sluts,” mocked them for having “violent boyfriends,” and suggested a way to deal with these women was to inform “Nazi Skins in your area” that they had “AIDS.”
- In wake of mosque attacks, Trump downplays threat from white nationalists: 'I think it's a small group of people'
- Trump issues first veto, continuing border 'emergency'
- In Congress and from Trump, horror over New Zealand mosque massacre
- Democratic debates are coming up, with dark horses poised to share the spotlight
- Australian lawmaker blames mosque slaughter on 'increasing Muslim presence'
- PHOTOS: New Zealand mosque shootings
Families of the 50 people killed in the Christchurch mosque shootings are enduring an increasingly agonizing wait for the bodies of victims to be released as New Zealand reels from the unprecedented tragedy.
- Trump, a self-proclaimed champion of Americans detained abroad, quiet on former Marine held in Russia
David Whelan, a lawyer who specializes in information and technology, was diving into books about Russian negotiation tactics and using Google Translate to glean clues about how his twin brother got wrapped up in what he views as a fabricated spying scandal. Meanwhile, Paul Whelan turned a year older in Lefortovo Prison in Moscow.
- Tim Scott says he'd end his plan to help distressed America if it only benefits the rich
Sen. Tim Scott is aware that legislation he helped get passed into law could put his name in the history books if it manages to deliver on the promise of bringing investment to poverty-stricken areas like the North Charleston neighborhood he grew up in. The idea is similar to the “enterprise zones” that were developed by Republican Jack Kemp and were tried in a few dozen cities in the 1990’s, but without much success.
- One Free Press Coalition's '10 Most Urgent' list, March 2019
Yahoo News is a member of the One Free Press Coalition, and is publishing this list to highlight the increasingly dangerous climate for journalism and free expression around the world, in an effort to roll back repressive anti-press policies.
- Ocasio-Cortez and House Democrats roast Wilbur Ross over census citizenship question
- Admissions scam adds insult to injury for minority applicants
In what a federal prosecutor called “the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice,” dozens of people were charged in a bribery scheme to cheat on SAT and ACT entrance exams and buy admission to elite schools for the children of wealthy parents. Through payments disguised as donations, parents involved in the cheating scandal paid between $250,000 and $400,000 per student to its “mastermind,” William Singer, who then laundered the money through his college counseling service to bribe college officials and coaches.
- Senate votes to block Trump's 'emergency' at border; veto looms
The Senate voted Thursday to block President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency intended to allow funding of a border wall. Trump said he would veto the measure, which passed the House by a large margin last month.
- Trump mocks Beto O'Rourke's hand gestures: 'Is he crazy?'
- New – and unlikely – allegations of CIA links to North Korean Embassy attack in Madrid
- Being Beto, on a trip to the mall
- Beto O'Rourke jumps into 2020 presidential race
- Nadler: Whitaker hedging on his discussions with Trump
- Trump says 'I feel very badly' after Paul Manafort was sentenced to more prison time
- PHOTOS: Building collapse in Nigeria – Dozens of children thought to be inside
An unknown number of people died and up to 100 children were among those feared trapped after a four-story building containing a primary school collapsed in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos on Wednesday. (REUTERS)
- Trump calls 'Fake Melania' conspiracy theory 'deranged'
President Trump on Wednesday criticized the media for its coverage of a fringe online theory that a body double was used for first lady Melania Trump during the presidential trip last week to survey tornado damage in Alabama.
- The names behind the college cheating charges
- Trump 'not thrilled' with California's death penalty moratorium
- Ronald Reagan, racist? Ocasio-Cortez didn’t say that — but the controversy reveals a lot about how Americans discuss race
Regarding the racism debate, difference between left and right is simple but stark. The left believes policies — and the tactics used to promote them — can be racist. In contrast, the right seems to believe, or to choose to believe, that only people can be racist.
- Michael Avenatti and Stormy Daniels split up
- On Capitol Hill, Republicans resist new voting protections
- College-entrance case ensnares Obama family's tennis instructor
Between 2012 and 2018, Gordon Ernst allegedly accepted more than $2.7 million for placing at least 12 students on the Georgetown tennis team, including “some who did not play tennis competitively,” the indictment says.
- Trump cites debunked Greenpeace 'co-founder' to discredit 'the whole climate crisis'
- Celebs charged with fraud in buying their children's admission to top colleges
Federal authorities on Tuesday charged 50 people, including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin and college coaches and administrators in an alleged scheme to win admission to prestigious universities for the children of wealthy parents.
- Trump on Boeing crash: 'Airplanes are becoming far too complex to fly'
“Pilots are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT," Trump tweeted. "I see it all the time in many products. Always seeking to go one unnecessary step further, when often old and simpler is far better.”