Judge Orders That Damages Be Paid Over 'Inaccurate' Claims in Steele Dossier

Judge Orders That Damages Be Paid Over 'Inaccurate' Claims in Steele Dossier
Ex-British spy and dossier author Christopher Steele (AP); a highlighted page from the infamous Steele Dossier is held up at a Senate hearing last year. (Getty Images)
Layoffs Stay High at 1.48M Despite Businesses Reopening
Weak demand is forcing U.S. employers to lay off workers, keeping new applications for unemployment benefits extraordinarily high, even as businesses have reopened, buttressing views the labor market could take years to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.... [Full Story]
Supreme Court: Manhattan DA Can Have Trump Tax Returns
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Manhattan district [Full Story]
How to Empty Your Bowels Every Morning - Top Surgeon Explains How
SPONSOR: Watch the shocking presentation [VIDEO] [Full Story]
Police: Seoul Mayor Reported Missing, Search Underway
Police say the mayor of South Korean capital Seoul has been reported [Full Story]
People Recovered From COVID-19 Facing Another Dangerous Condition
Those infected by coronavirus are requiring more than mere drug and [Full Story] |
MSNBC Appoints Joy Reid as Chris Matthews' Replacement
MSNBC says Joy Reid will move into the early evening time slot [Full Story]
Kanye West: Planned Parenthood Does 'Devil's Work'
Days after rapper Kanye West said he is running for president, he [Full Story]
Barr: Epstein Probe Will Continue With or Without Prince Andrew
Attorney General William Barr says federal investigators are [Full Story]
With Virus Cases Up, Data Suggests Americans Driving Less
The latest data from Apple Maps suggests Americans are starting to [Full Story]
Joe Shapiro's Wife Says He Never Took SATs for Trump
Mary Trump's claim in her book that President Donald Trump paid his [Full Story]
Asthma Drug Shows Promise for Treating Alzheimer's
A common asthma drug has shown to reduce a common characteristic of [Full Story]
Mississippi Governor Preparing to Re-Impose COVID Restrictions, Possibly Masks
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said Wednesday that he is preparing to [Full Story]
Stephen Moore to Newsmax TV: USMCA 'Unifies North America'
Former Trump economic adviser Stephen Moore on Wednesday hailed [Full Story] |
Liberal NY Times Columnist Says Biden Should Demand Trump Meet 2 Conditions to Debate
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman suggested Joe Biden require [Full Story]
US Envoy Issues Rare Public Criticism of N. Korean Official
The top U.S. official on North Korea accused a senior North Korean [Full Story]
City of Seattle Hosted Training Session for White Staffers on 'Undoing Whiteness'
The City of Seattle's Office of Civil Rights in June hosted a [Full Story]
Amazon to Start Pulling Redskins Merchandise From Site
Amazon will start pulling merchandise featuring the Washington [Full Story]
Ghislaine Maxwell's Arraignment for Sex Trafficking Underage Girls Scheduled for July 14
Ghislaine Maxwell, the one-time girlfriend and associate of Jeffrey [Full Story]
NHL's 'Blackhawks':  Name Won't Change, Honors Native American Leader
The NHL's Chicago Blackhawks said on Tuesday they will not change [Full Story]
Pompeo Still Trump's Most Trusted Despite Bolton Claim
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo remains the president's North Star [Full Story]
Officer Chauvin to Floyd: 'It Takes ... a Lot of Oxygen to Talk'
As George Floyd told Minneapolis police officers that he couldn't [Full Story]
Goldman Warns of 'Election-Related Volatility' Beyond November
Goldman Sachs is telling investors to prepare for volatility around the November U.S. election, as the coronavirus adds a "major complication" to tabulating results, with a recommendation to extend hedges out to December expirations. [Full Story]
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