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Santa Fe High School massacre: ‘I feel scared to even go back’

WASHINGTON — In a saner world, their thoughts would be turning to summer vacations or high school graduation or college. Instead, in what has become a heartbreakingly familiar scene in America, the students at Santa Fe High School in Texas […]

Santa Fe High School massacre: ‘I feel scared to even go back’

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WASHINGTON — In a saner world, their thoughts would be turning to summer vacations or high school graduation or college. Instead, in what has become a heartbreakingly familiar scene in America, the students at Santa Fe High School in Texas […]

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10 shot dead at Texas high school

WASHINGTON — Ten people are confirmed dead after a shooting Friday morning at a high school in the southeastern Texas city of Santa Fe. Three others are in a hospital

NASA Launch Could Be Visible from Baltimore 

May 17, 2018, Wallops Island, VA - Despite rain over the region, the Antares Rocket with Cygnus Space Craft on-board rolled out to launch pad 0A at the Wallops

US Naval Academy plebes race accross the Naval Academy Bridge in the 2018 Sea Trials. (Anthony C. Hayes)

US Naval Academy Sea Trials encourage ‘esprit de corps’

Class of 2021 Midshipmen dash across the Naval Academy Bridge during the 2018 US Naval Academy Sea Trials. (Anthony C. Hayes) There is nothing comfortable about crawling on your belly

First Lady treated for ‘benign kidney condition’

May 14, 2018, Bethesda, Maryland - According to a statement from the White House, First Lady Melania Trump was taken to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where she

Which president has been most supportive of Israel?

WASHINGTON – Presidents Harry Truman, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump all have been friendly to Israel but which one of these Oval Office occupants might be called the

Democrats are reluctant to praise Trump administration for NK hostage release

WASHINGTON — Many Democrats have been reluctant to praise the Trump administration for securing the release of three Americans who had been held captive in North Korea. “I’m very happy that

Does Trump’s upcoming NK summit really compare to Nixon’s China visit?

WASHINGTON — Political analysts told TMN that despite comparisons, there are few similarities between President Donald Trump’s scheduled summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and President Richard Nixon’s unexpected 1972

Should McCabe be charged? Lawyers weigh in

WASHINGTON — Days ahead of the expected release of a second Justice Department Inspector General report on the investigation into former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, questions remain as to whether

Jackson withdraws VA secretary nomination

WASHINGTON – White House physician Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson has withdrawn his nomination for Veterans Affairs secretary. “Unfortunately, because of how Washington works, these false allegations have become a distraction for

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