Perez, Ellison head to second ballot in DNC race
ATLANTA — Democrats were still deadlocked over who should lead their party in the era of President Donald Trump, with the contest between former Labor Secretary Tom Perez and Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison headed to a second ballot on Saturday.
WATCH LIVE: It's Down To A Two-Man Race For DNC Chair Between Perez, Ellison
DNC chair election moves on to second ballot
DNC chair vote: live coverage
New York Times
Trump Intensifies His Attacks on Journalists and Condemns FBI 'Leakers'
New York Times
Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, during a briefing on Thursday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — President Trump turned the power of the White House against the news media on Friday, escalating his attacks on ...
Trump administration sought to enlist intelligence officials, key lawmakers to counter Russia stories
Comey finds himself in the political crosshairs — again
Fact-checking Trump's CPAC speech
White House blocks CNN, New York Times from press briefing hours after Trump slams media
The White House on Friday barred news outlets — including CNN, the New York Times, Politico and the Los Angeles Times — from attending an off-camera press briefing held by spokesman Sean Spicer, igniting another controversy concerning the ...
Tapper: White House excluding the press is 'un-American'
Lashing Out Against Critical Reports, White House Bars Outlets From Briefing
White House blocks news organizations from press briefing
Trump is upset the media is not reporting a meaningless statistic about the national debt
On "Fox & Friends" Saturday morning, former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain credited President Trump with reducing the national debt, after just one month in office. “And here's another statistic that I haven't heard anybody talk about ...
National Debt Dips. Trump Crows. Well, Sure, but …
Trump lashes out at media for failing to report debt decrease
Trump boasts first month in office: 'Great optimism for future of US business and jobs'
Los Angeles Times
Muhammad Ali's son detained at Florida airport and questioned about his religion, lawyer says
Los Angeles Times
Muhammad Ali Jr., the son of America's legendary boxing champion and civil rights hero, is considering legal action after he was detained at a Florida airport and questioned about his religion, the family's lawyer said Saturday. According to Chris ...
Muhammad Ali Jr. detained by immigration officials at Fla. airport
Muhammad Ali's son reportedly detained at airport, asked twice about his religion
Detained at Airport ...
The worst-case scenario of the apparent nerve toxin murder of Kim Jong Nam
In the hour before and after Kim Jong Nam was supposed to fly from Malaysia to Macau at 10 a.m. on Feb. 13, nearly 200 flights were scheduled to fly to or from Kuala Lumpur. Flights from nearby Singapore, more than a dozen. Arrivals from airports all ...
Trump Administration Cancels Back-Channel Talks With North Korea
Suspect in Kim Jong Nam death thought she used baby oil, official says
Kim killing suspect paid $90 to take part in 'TV prank': reports
Top Republican says special prosecutor should investigate Russian meddling in Trump's election
A senior Republican lawmaker on Friday agreed that a special prosecutor should investigate Russia's alleged interference with the 2016 presidential election. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) became one of the few Republican representatives to state ...
Issa: Sessions should recuse himself from any Russia probes
GOP congressman says special prosecutor needed to investigate Russia election meddling
Darrell Issa tells Bill Maher he's open to a special prosecutor to look into President Trump's ties to Russia
Warren Buffett's Shareholder Letter: 5 Lessons for All Investors
There are few things more valuable for serious investors to read each year than Warren Buffett's annual letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B). His letter for 2016, released early Saturday morning, is no exception.
Warren Buffett sticks to business, avoids politics in letter
Warren Buffett praises 'ambitious immigrants' in annual letter to shareholders
The Seven Best Quotes From Warren Buffett's Annual Shareholder Letter
The Indian Express
Man drives into crowd in German town, three people injured-police
BERLIN A man drove into a crowd standing by a bakery in the southwestern German town of Heidelberg on Saturday, injuring three people, but a police spokesman said there were no signs that it was a terrorist attack. "There are no indications of a ...
Germany: Man hits 3 with car and flees, is shot by police
3 injured after man drives into pedestrians in Germany
German Police Shoot, Injure Man After Apparent Car Attack