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Here's who would replace Rosenstein
The potential departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein from the Justice Department would mean that oversight and management of the sensitive Russia probe would fall to a longtime conservative lawyer with ties to the White House, Noel Francisco.
This Medical Clip May Be a Powerful Treatment for Heart Failure, Study Says
A seemingly simple but sophisticated clip may usher in a “new era” for patients suffering from a severe and difficult-to-treat complication of heart failure, according to a new study. The device, called the MitraClip, reduced hospitalizations related to heart…
San Francisco 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo suffers season-ending torn ACL
Jimmy Garoppolo suffered a torn ACL in the San Francisco 49ers' loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
‘These Are Smears, Pure and Simple.’ Brett Kavanaugh Doubles Down on His Defense After Second Accuser Comes Forward
Brett Kavanaugh has doubled down on the defense of his Supreme Court nomination – even as a second woman came forward.
New NASA space laser isn't a 'Space Force' weapon
The Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 will direct six lasers at sheets of ice and glaciers in the Arctic and Antarctica to gather data on how they are changing.
Kavanaugh Tells Senate He Won’t Withdraw Over Sexual Assault Allegations
“These are smears, pure and simple,” the Supreme Court nominee wrote.
Iran Rouhani has no plans to meet Trump during NYC visit...
In an exclusive interview with Lester Holt, Iran’s President Rouhani downplays effect of U.S. sanctions, refuses to rule out military action in Strait of Hormuz.
MacOS Mojave is here: 8 ways it can update your Mac
From Dark Mode to easier tools for adding pictures to your documents, MacOS Mojave can add a fresh coat to your aging Mac.
Border Patrol discourages migrants from crossing desert
Humanitarian aid groups seek to rescue migrants by leaving out water jugs, while Border Patrol has own migrant rescue operation.
Must-watch TV: Trump to wield gavel at key UN Security Council meeting
The White House has sent conflicting signals about whether Trump will focus on Iran or nuclear arms when he chairs the U.N. Security Council meeting.
Trump: Making tremendous progress on North Korea
President Trump and South Korean President Moon hold bilateral meeting in New York City.
Does 'Made in America' Still Matter? Footwear Brand Allen Edmonds is About to Find Out
Allen Edmonds is kicking off a marketing campaign and product refresh to spotlight its 96 year history of making shoes in America. But will the patriotic spirit inspire customers to pay a premium?
Rumors Flew That Rod Rosenstein Resigned or Was Fired. Here’s Why It Would Matter Which Happened
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein apparently isn’t going anywhere yet, after rumors swirled Monday morning that he was about to resign or be fired in a dramatic White House showdown. One reason such close attention is being paid to Rosenstein is that he …
Parker, Walker eager to build Hornets into a winner together
Point guards Tony Parker and Kemba Walker want to help the Charlotte Hornets become a winner
What Happens When You Give L.S.D. to an Elephant?
Humans keep finding ways to justify giving dangerous drugs to animals.
Monsanto's global weedkiller harms honeybees, research finds
Glyphosate – the most used pesticide ever – damages the good bacteria in honeybee guts, making them more prone to deadly infections The world’s most used weedkiller damages the beneficial bacteria in the guts of honeybees and makes them more prone to deadly i…
10 minutes of exercise a day improves memory
Researchers have shown that the brain’s ability to store memories improves after a short burst of exercise Just 10 minutes of light physical activity is enough to boost brain connectivity and help the brain to distinguish between similar memories, a new study…
CEOs' Economic Outlook Eases on Trade Policy Uncertainty
The economic outlook among chief executives of America’s largest companies cooled slightly in the third quarter, as confrontational U.S. trade policies weighed on planning for capital spending and hiring.