Italian PM Matteo Renzi hands his resignation, three days after losing a key referendum vote.
Two people were charged Wednesday with aggravated arson in connection to the deadly wildfires in the Gatlinburg region, The Tennessean reported.
The president-elect threatens a border tax of 35 percent.
News organizations grapple with covering a commander in chief who uses his Twitter account as a bully pulpit and propaganda weapon.
The phone call with the island’s president looks like a calculated move, says an editorial in The Wall Street Journal.
Source: Trump’s Taiwan Play – WSJ
Hours after a Green Party-backed campaign dropped its case in state courts they announce a change to their strategy to force a statewide recount of Pennsylvania’s Nov. 8 presidential election, won by Republican Donald Trump, and said late Saturday night that it will seek help in the federal courts, rather than the state courts.
It’s easier than ever for someone to create a website and post completely made up stories that become international headlines. This makes it harder to tell truth from fiction or share news with others who may not be able to tell the difference either. Luckily, fake news isn’t too difficult to spot. Here’s how, and how to filter it out of your feeds.
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