Latest News Ethics Lawyers to Sue Trump Over Continuing Business Interests 2017-01-23T03:50:00.000000Z The suit alleges that Trump violated the Constitution the moment he was sworn in as president because he had not divested his business interests. 'Absolutely Devastating': Storms Leave 14 Dead in Georgia 2017-01-23T03:06:59.000000Z As Florida prepared for tornadoes, neighborhoods in Georgia were left in ruins and seven counties remained under states of emergency. Bystander Killed, Suspect at Large in Texas Mall Shootout 2017-01-23T02:20:52.000000Z San Antonio police described a terrifying scene in which a bystander was killed and a second suspect fled through the mall spraying bullets as he ran. United Airlines Ground Stop Lifted After Computer Outage 2017-01-23T02:18:04.000000Z International flights weren't affected by the ground stop, which the FAA said was issued at United Airlines' request. Samsung Finally Explains Exploding Note 7 Battery Mess 2017-01-23T01:44:00.000000Z Three months after Samsung killed production of the fire-starting Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, the company is now ready to explain what went wrong. Trump, Netanyahu Have 'Warm' Chat With No Talk of Embassy 2017-01-23T01:29:56.000000Z In their first call since the inauguration, the two leaders discussed Iran, Palestinian peace and Netanyahu's desire to 'forge a common vision.' Conway: White House Spokesman Gave 'Alternative Facts' on Inauguration Crowd 2017-01-23T01:28:05.000000Z Sean Spicer had slammed the media for reporting attendance at Donald Trump's inauguration appeared significantly smaller than Barack Obama's in 2009. Yordano Ventura Among Many MLB Players Lost Too Soon 2017-01-22T21:42:00.000000Z Tragedy has struck MLB many times over, leaving fans wondering what could have been if star athletes weren't stolen from the diamond prematurely. Trump Greets FBI's Comey, Says 'He's More Famous Than Me' 2017-01-22T21:13:58.000000Z President Trump greeted several officials at the Inaugural Law Enforcement and First Responders Reception, including FBI Director James Comey and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly. Reversing Pledge, Trump Won't Release Tax Returns: Adviser 2017-01-22T19:25:00.000000Z The announcement came in response to a Whitehouse.gov petition, reversing Trump's promises to release his returns after an audit is completed.