ABC Action News Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes and flipped head over heels into the end zone on a 10-yard run for another and the Dallas Cowboys pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the Arizona Cardinals 28-17 on Monday night. The Cowboys (2-1),..
Newsweek The White House has rejected assertions made by North Korean foreign minister that the US has declared a war on his country. White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders called Ri Yong Ho's remarks "absurd".
PA - Press Association STUDIO The Dallas Cowboys and their owner displayed their own version of unity following a weekend of NFL anthem protests by kneeling on the field before the national anthem. More than 200 NFL players kneeled, sat or prayed during the national anthem on..
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- India’s ruling BJP holds National Executive meet in New Delhi, discusses strategy
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Zoomin.TV Canada The American Protectorate of Puerto Rico was devastated by massive hurricane Maria, yet President Donald Trump seems to be spending more time criticizing Football players than helping his citizens.
Wochit News Monday evening President Trump took to twitter, attacking Senator John McCain for the future the ACA bill. Trump released a 6 minute video on his twitter account, highlighting old clips of McCain criticizing Obamacare and echoing calls to repeal and..
Wochit News According to Business Insider, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is reportedly not happy about President Trumps latest antics, related to his weekend attack on the NFL and players who kneel in protest of police violence and racism during the..
Wochit News It appears White House "golden boy" Jared Kushner, the President's son-in-law and senior White House adviser, isn't the only Trump administration official that's been using private email accounts to conduct official government business. On Monday..
Euronews English Members of a disability rights group have disrupted a Senate finance committee hearing on a bill to end Obamacare. But as arrests were made Republican Senator Susan Collins appears to have doomed her own party’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care..
CBS 11 Dallas Texas can require law enforcement to comply with requests from federal immigration authorities to detain people in local jails for possible deportation under a new "sanctuary cities" law supported by the Trump administration, a federal appeals court..
RTV6 The Indy Channel The owner of GiGi's cupcakes posted a controversial Facebook post that went viral about the American flag. The post was posted just one day after several NFL players took a knee during the national anthem.
Wochit Headline News Actress and broadway star Idina Menzel married her "Rent" co-star Aaron Lohr. Lohr proposed to Menzel a year ago and finally tied the know. Manzel took to twitter to anncounce the marriage and wrote, " "Wanted to let you know... Married the love of my..
Wochit Headline News WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Susan Collins rebuffed intense lobbying from fellow Republicans and the promise of more money for her state in deciding on Monday to oppose - and likely doom - her party’s last-ditch effort to repeal Obamacare...
Wochit News Politico has reported that Hillary Clinton’s longtime gatekeeper Philippe Reines is no longer just a freelancing critic of the Trump administration: he has quit his day job to devote himself full-time to excoriating the president and his top aides...
Wochit Headline News Jim Rogash/Getty Images Sunday gave NFL teams their first chance to demonstrate during the national anthem in response to President Donald Trump's condemnation of such protests, and teams across the league participated.
Wochit Headline News on Monday, The U.S. Senate confirmed veteran management-side labor lawyer William Emanuel to the National Labor Relations Board. This provides the agency with a Republican majority expected to roll back recent decisions that favored unions. Emanuel is..
Wochit Headline News The New York Times reported on Monday that at least six close advisers to President Donald Trump, including former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former chief strategist Steve Bannon, occasionally used private email addresses for government..