Former Playboy model Karen McDougal told CNN Thursday that she was intimate with President Donald Trump "many dozens of times" during an alleged 10-month long "loving relationship" that ended in 2006, but that she is happy to kill the story.
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The Senate passed a massive $1.3 trillion spending bill early Friday morning that funds the government through September after taking 11 hours to consider the 2,234-page bill.
The House passed a massive $1.3 trillion spending bill Thursday, helped significantly by Democrats who were pleased to vote for a significant increase in domestic spending.
The House approved the $1.3 trillion budget to fund the government through the 2018 fiscal year, allowing federal services to stay open but hampers many of President Donald Trump's agenda items.
The $1.3 trillion budget being considered by the House of Representatives would increase funding for arts and humanities endowments, despite President Donald Trump's recommendation to eliminate the agencies entirely.
Police in Tempe, Ariz., released video of an autonomous Uber SUV hitting and killing a woman who was crossing the street Wednesday, the first video of the crash.
Nine months before critical midterms where Democrats are defending a record number of Senate seats, the national party is falling deeper into debt.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner won the Republican primary for the gubernatorial election Tuesday by around 20,000 votes, or just two points ahead of conservative challenger state Rep. Jeanne Ives.
Illinois Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is tied in the primary race with conservative challenger state Rep. Jeanne Ives, according to a campaign consultant.
Broward County Sheriff's deputies arrested the younger brother of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter Nikolas Cruz for trespassing on the school grounds, according to police.
Illinois Republican Rep. Randy Hultgren fired a top aide over the weekend after police caught the staffer shirtless in a car with a teenage boy.
Another package bomb exploded in Texas early Tuesday morning, this time at a FedEx shipping hub near San Antonio, injuring at least one person.
One of Uber's self-driving cars hit and killed a woman in Arizona Monday, causing the company to halt testing of autonomous technology.
The U.S. government paid a record $33 million reward to a corporate whistleblower for assisting a case against an unnamed company, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced Monday.
Former FBI Director James Comey's forthcoming memoir is already a best-seller a month before anyone has read it, but it's not selling as well as a parody book about a homosexual rabbit.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul says he will do "whatever it takes" to block President Donald Trump's nominees for Secretary of State and director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Four people in Indiana allegedly raised money for a fake veteran's charity and pocketed $125,000 in an "elaborate fraud scheme," according to a recent indictment.
Democrats in the House of Representatives are stalling negotiations on the Farm Bill, the massive bill that authorizes spending agriculture programs, over potential changes to the food stamps program.
Departing Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, said his party might not deserve to lead if it abandons principles so easily in the face of Trump-style populism.