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Thursday, May 10, 2018
Trump gives hero's welcome to Americans freed from North Korea
Americans freed from North Korea greeted by Trump as they touch down on U.S. soil
"We want to thank (North Korea's leader) Kim Jong Un," Trump said, as he greeted the men during a welcoming home ceremony.
Israel strikes 'dozens' of Iranian targets after alleged rocket barrage on Golan Heights
A military spokesman said Iran’s Al Quds force had fired the rockets, but he would not say how Israel determined Iranian involvement involvement.
Treasury investigates possible leak of bank records for Trump lawyer Michael Cohen
Inspector general wants to know whether bank records showing payments to President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen violated the Bank Secrecy Act.
Lions coach Matt Patricia says he was 'falsely accused' of 1996 sex assault for which he was charged
According to Texas court records, new Lions coach Matt Patricia was charged in 1996 with aggravated sexual assault, but he was never prosecuted for it. The case was quickly dismissed and the coach says he was "falsely accused."
U.S. prisoners return from North Korea, The Players Championship: 5 things to know Thursday
U.S. prisoners return from North Korea, The Players Championship and the biggest news to start your day.
John McCain: Senate should reject Gina Haspel for CIA director
Sen. John McCain urged his Senate colleagues Wednesday night to reject Gina Haspel's nomination for CIA director, saying she failed to adequately answer questions about her role in the agency's past torture program.
Ford to halt all F-150 production, could last weeks
A fire at a supplier plant leaves the automaker unable to keep turning out the nation's most popular vehicles
NCAA rules are 'incomprehensible,' says Condoleezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice, who chaired the Commission on College Basketball, tells USA TODAY Sports the NCAA has to "come to terms" with athletes cashing in.
Celtics knock out 76ers, will meet Cavs in Eastern Conference finals for second straight year
Despite a rash of injuries and an inexperienced roster, the Celtics are heading back to the conference finals.
Rudy Giuliani says Michael Cohen's issues have nothing to do with Donald Trump
President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that his client is not affected by investigations into payments to longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen from several American companies and a firm tied to a Russian oligarch.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Gina Haspel testifies in front of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during her confirmation hearing March 13, 2018 in Washington. President Trump nominated Haspel to be CIA Director, replacing Mike Pompeo, the current Secretary of Sta
Army's new weapon: 'Enemy can't see we're targeting him until we pull the trigger'
CDC: 28 more sickened from E. coli in romaine lettuce, total up to 149 in 29 states
Iran lawmakers shout 'death to America,' burn U.S. flag after Trump nixes nuclear deal
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