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Three sources told NBC News the committee is in talks to interview Steele, who wrote the dossier alleging links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Police say shots were fired near Capitol Hill after a driver hit a cop car on Wednesday morning.
The assumption that professionalism, is actually uppityism, and thus the need to diminish or minimize who we are, for some, is downright irresistible.
About 23,000 people convicted of low-level drug crimes could have their cases wiped away as the result of an epic Massachusetts lab scandal.
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Almost two-thirds of voters in the once-prosperous resort town of Margate voted to back Brexit and leave the European Union. As British Prime Minister Theresa May triggered the Article 50 divorce clause, the town's residents shared their hopes and fears for the future with NBC News.
The bodies of two U.N. researchers were found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, more than two weeks after they disappeared.
The move to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon will come nine months after the "Brexit" referendum.
Would Daybreaker, the popular before-work yoga class and sober dance party, help me have a happy and productive day?
Members of congress are convinced now is the time for a full-scale inquiry linked to Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election.
Dates were not announced but it would be in June and feature a 'hands-on experience for hands of all sizes,' the show said.
Hillary Clinton came 'out of the woods" Tuesday and delivered a sharp critique of the GOP's failed attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare.
'We look forward to showing the entire world what is on our yet-unreleased video tapes,' the Center for Medical Progress responded in a statement.
The California Democrat responds to Fox News Host Bill O'Reilly's disparaging comments about her appearance and talks about her lack of trust in the House probe into Trump-Russia ties.
The FDA approved a new drug to treat multiple sclerosis Tuesday.
Spicer snapped at a reporter over a question about the administration's image, telling the veteran correspondent to "stop shaking your head."
A federal judge asked the lead defense lawyer for Reza Zarrab about the role of Rudy Giuliani and former Attorney General Michael Mukasey in the case.
The Government Accountability Office is eyeing Mar-a-Lago after reports said President Trump may have reviewed sensitive material in front of club patrons.
Darlene Cates, known for playing the mother in 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape,' has died. Fellow 'Gilbert Grape' star Leonardo DiCaprio honored his on-screen mother in a Facebook post on Tuesday afternoon.
Experts say buying homes for cash and then later taking out mortgages can raise suspicions.