German news magazine Der Spiegel reports that Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to discuss efforts to wean the country off coal with senior officials this month
The former U.S. Marine jailed on spying charges in Moscow spent more than a decade cultivating contacts in Russia, both virtual and real
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows
Twitter suspended on Friday an account that posted links to personal data and documents stolen by hackers from hundreds of German public figures and politicians _ from every political party but the far-right Alternative for Germany.
Authorities in southeast Michigan say a 6-year-old girl has been rescued from a home after posting photos on social media of her dead father and unconscious stepmother.
The owner of The Weather Channel denies any impropriety with use of location data collected from users of its mobile app
All of the NFL television partners have reason to be happy at the end of the regular season _ all five packages showed increases following years of declines
A federal judge says a Maryland law aimed at addressing foreign interference in local elections on social media platforms such as Facebook appears to overstep the First Amendment
The NAACP Image Awards will be televised live from the Dolby Theatre for the first time
Orrin Hatch is ending his tenure as the longest-serving Republican U.S. senator in history
Former New York Times editor Jill Abramson says Fox News tried to 'Foxify' her upcoming book by emphasizing her statement that the paper's news pages were anti-Trump
Alabama's employee pension fund has become sole owner of one of the largest chains of local U.S. newspapers
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The Justice Department says there's an ongoing grand jury investigation related to a Russian social media troll farm accused of interfering in the 2016 presidential election