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Little, who has confessed to killing 93 people over four decades, has told police that he intentionally targeted women who would not be missed if they vanished or believed if they survived — often women of color.
How President Trump might use the $170 million he’s raised to challenge election results. Infighting muddies the future of the Democratic Party. And, how the pandemic has complicated shared custody agreements.
With most leading Republicans and Democrats firmly united in their opposition to President Trump’s demands, he is waging an uphill battle that, if nobody blinks, could result in the first veto override of his presidency.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany's noncommittal response Wednesday on the president’s support of his attorney general was different from the way she has handled similar questions in the past.
Governors and state lawmakers across the country are working to authorize millions of dollars in new coronavirus stimulus aid, aiming to plug gaping holes in their local economies before the end of the year.
According to data on the government’s Paycheck Protection Program, about 600 mostly larger companies, including dozens of national chains, received the maximum amount allowed under the program of $10 million.