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Human Trafficking Is Still A Major US Problem

Human trafficking continues to be a worldwide problem, and the United States is not exempt from this horrific blight on our civilization.

FBI Was Justified In Probing Trump-Russia, Fed Watchdog Says

DOJ watchdog: The FBI was justified in opening its investigation into ties between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia and did not act with political bias.

Social Media is Failing to Eliminate Fake Content

Researchers hired 16 companies (mostly based in Russia) to purchase fake online engagement for 105 posts on the four social media platforms.

Democrats Poised to Unveil 2 Impeachment Articles vs. Trump

House Democrats are poised to unveil two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump – abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

North Korea Calls Trump 'Erratic' Old Man Over Tweets

North Korea insulted U.S. President Donald Trump again on Monday, calling him a “heedless and erratic old man."

Navy, Families Recount Heroics Of Fallen Sailors In Shooting

Joshua Watson's family recounted how the 23-year-old – in his last minutes of life – led first responders to an active shooter at the Pensacola naval base.

North Dakota County May Become US’s 1st To Bar New Refugees

North Dakota: Burleigh County could become the first local government to bar refugees since President Trump issued an executive order making it possible.

Accidental Shootings Raise Questions About Arming Teachers

As the country looks for ways to deal with mass shootings at schools, some have responded by saying more people should carry guns, including teachers.

Putin Set To Meet Ukraine's New President Zelensky For First Time

Vladimir Putin will meet with Ukraine’s new president Vladimir Zelensky next week during peace talks held with mediators France and Germany, Russian media reported on Friday.

Trump on Likely Impeachment: 'Do it Now, Fast'

After months of fighting the House impeachment inquiry, blocking witnesses and ignoring subpoenas, the White House is now publicly embracing a strategy it has privately signaled for weeks: It will accept the reality that President Donald Trump will likely be impeached by the House and focus instead on a made-for-TV trial on friendlier turf in the Republican-controlled Senate.