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Postal worker buried; estranged boyfriend booked into DeKalb jail

As loved ones gathered to say their goodbyes to Tyrika Terrell, the man accused of killing her was b...

Jury selection begins in mayoral candidate’s nephew’s murder case

Jury selection began Monday in the murder case of an Atlanta mayoral candidate’s nephew, month...

Murder suspect indicted 2 months after jail release 

Dexter Hubbard is accused of fatally shooting Soloman Williams as he changed the locks on his door.

Man calls 911 after woman’s fatal shooting, says it was an accident

Carl Williams is accused of fatally shooting a 21-year-old woman in DeKalb County.

With five openings to fill, Trump has opportunity to reshape federal bench in

The list of finalists, chosen from 24 applicants who qualified for interviews with the Federal Judicial Nominating Commission last week, includes nine men and one woman, mostly

As Tallahassee turns: Latvala is defiant, accuser wants armed guard, inquiry

Tensions mount as the Senate Republican leader breaks his silence and calls out Sen. Jack Latvala for conducting ‘smear campaign’ to defend against sexual harassment claims

As Dreamers protested outside Marco Rubio’s office, a U.S. Border Patrol truck

As immigrant advocacy groups rallied outside Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s and Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart’s offices in Doral Monday, protesters say a U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Another sexual harassment allegation in Tallahassee leads to a new resignation

A newly appointed member of the state Public Service Commission, former state Rep. Ritch Workman, resigns after a current senator says he touched her inappropriately and made

The Latest: Trump's cuts to Utah monument spur lawsuit

Environmental groups are suing to block President Donald Trump's decision to scale back a national monument in Utah just hours after the decision was announced.

Prosecutors: Manafort wrote op-ed with colleague in Russia

Prosecutors say Paul Manafort has been working on an op-ed with a longtime colleague "assessed to have ties" to a Russian intelligence service.

Security guard shot in back works 2 jobs to support kids

Wilner Duce hasn’t been able to say a word since being shot in the back at a Hollywood water treatment plant, his family says, and the incident remains a mystery.

She struck a cop, he punched her, and now she has to write him a letter of

Bridget Freitas, the 30-year-old Broward County woman who was punched by a cop at a University of Miami football game after backhanding him in the face, agreed to a plea deal

Did the interpreter in Tampa serial killer press conference know what she was

During a news conference conducted by Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan about the arrest in the Seminole Heights serial killings case, an interpreter for the deaf signed unrelated

The Latest: Chandler to serve as acting Senate President

Majority Leader Harriette Chandler says she expects to serve as acting Massachusetts Senate President during an upcoming investigation into sexual misconduct allegations

The Latest: Conservatives push to extend budget deadline

House GOP conservatives may be making headway in their effort to keep the government open through Dec. 30 instead of setting up a pre-Christmas deadline for a potential bipartisan

Assembly Democrats weigh potential punishments for Zepnick

Assembly Democrats are weighing potential punishments for Rep. Josh Zepnick amid sexual misconduct allegations from two women.

Trump's tweet raises obstruction specter, worries allies

WASHINGTON — The shifting explanations for why President Donald Trump fired national security adviser Michael Flynn have revived questions about whether the president may have

Trump heartily endorses Moore as GOP comes to grips with him

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump gave embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore a vigorous formal endorsement Monday, looking past allegations of sexual misconduct with Alabama

Harriette Chandler says she'll be named acting Senate president

State Sen. Harriette Chandler, the Senate's majority leader and top deputy, is poised to become the chamber's acting Senate President and replace Stanley Rosenberg amid the

Right-Wingers Find an Accidental Shooting to Go Ballistic Over

Kate Steinle verdict spurs rage against sanctuary San Francisco

Trump Endorses Roy Moore: 'Go Get 'Em'

The president is officially backing the Alabama Senate candidate accused of sexually assaulting teenage girls.

All the Angry Ladies

The Weinstein moment has had a side effect: the mobilization—and the normalization—of women’s rage.

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Trump Wants Moore

The president officially endorsed Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Katy Perry and archdiocese awarded nearly $10 million in punitive damages in

A jury assessed nearly $10 million in punitive damages against a Silver Lake businesswoman for interfering in the sale of a former Los Feliz convent.

Uber broke California law by concealing massive data hack, L.A. city attorney

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer sued Uber Monday on behalf of the state of California, saying the ride-hailing giant's failure to disclose a massive hack violates state law.

Trump son, former business partner due before House panel this week

Donald Trump Jr. and Felix Sater, a Russian American who was a former Trump business associate who claimed deep ties to Moscow, are both scheduled to appear before the panel this

Liberal MP accuses Tory MP of making comments that were 'sexual in nature'

Liberal MP Sherry Romanado has accused Conservative MP James Bezan of making "humiliating" comments to her that were unwanted and "sexual in nature."

CRA policy change prompted diabetes tax credit denials, health groups allege

Diabetes advocates are voicing new concerns over the government's eligibility criteria for the federal disability tax credit, after getting their hands on an internal document that

Court rules against injured vets in fight for pensions

The B.C. Court of Appeal has dealt a devastating blow to a group of injured veterans engaged in a landmark legal battle with the federal government.

Canada, China delay launch of trade talks as Trudeau continues state visit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau concluded talks with the Chinese premier in Beijing, but they were not able to announce the start of formal free trade talks.

'Inappropriate, humiliating': Liberal MP accuses Conservative of unwanted sexual

A Liberal MP has called out a Conservative MP for making "humiliating and unwanted" sexual remarks that caused her great stress in the workplace.

New anti-harassment law proposed to apply in all federal workplaces

The federal government is embarking on a regulatory overhaul to crack down on harassment in federal workplaces, from Parliament Hill to local bank branches.

Tory MP accuses Liberal MP of intimidating her over House of Commons heckle

Conservative MP Alice Wong says she was riding a bus back from Parliament Hill when she started to feel intimidated by a fellow passenger.

Conservative MP Karen Vecchio says she faced harassment on Parliament Hill

On the day the federal government released a report on harassment in Canadian worplaces, a Conservative MP says she experienced intimidation on Parliament Hill and complained to

Calgary MP resigns from Liberal caucus, denying sexual harassment allegations

Calgary MP Darshan Kang has resigned from the Liberal caucus while denying allegations of sexual harassment.

Indigenous Affairs is no more — departmental split is underway, Liberal

The Liberal government's promised move to divide Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development (INAC) into two separate departments reached a milestone Monday with the creation of a

Liberal government backs bill that demands full implementation of UN Indigenous

Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says the Liberal government will back a bill that calls for the full implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of

Missing and murdered inquiry wants task force established to review cold cases

Amid tight timelines and delays, commissioners with the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls inquiry are recommending the creation of a national police task force that

Trudeau's China trade trip not going according to script

A deeper dive into the day's most important stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.

Mitt Romney unloads on Roy Moore the same day Trump endorses him, says he would

Mitt Romney issued one of the harshest rebukes from a prominent Republican of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, the same day President Trump endorsed him.