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Julianna Margulies apologizes for saying Black, LGBTQ people hate Jews
Julianna Margulies, the actress known for “The Good Wife,” apologized for criticizing what she said was Black and LGBTQ people’s lack of support for Jews.
College football winners and losers: Washington can relax this weekend
Washington won the Pac-12 championship and clinched its spot in the College Football Playoff. Here are the weekend’s biggest winners and losers.
Hard-right backtrack on spending levels leaves sour taste for colleagues
“It could have saved ourselves some time,” one Republican House member said.
A chicken was missing toes. People sent him over 60 tiny pairs of shoes.
“It’s surreal to have so many people love my tiny little chicken,” Meesh Davignon said of her pet, named Nubz.
Homeschooling hid child abuse, torture of 11-year-old Roman Lopez by stepmom
Roman Lopez was 11 when he went missing. His years of torment were concealed by home schooling.
Microfilm hidden in a pumpkin launched Richard Nixon’s career 75 years ago
On Dec. 2, 1948, evidence stashed in a hollowed-out pumpkin incriminated suspected Soviet spy Alger Hiss and boosted a young Richard Nixon’s political status.
Trump’s brazen use of pardon power reaping political benefits as he runs for election
President Trump’s unprecedented use of pardon power to benefit political and financial backers is paying dividends as he seeks to return to the White House.
Oil companies sign onto big climate deals to cut potent greenhouse gas
Saudi Arabia, big fossil fuel producers sign onto initiatives to cut methane, as they try to position themselves as part of the fix for climate change.
Israel-Gaza war live updates: Israel tells Gazans to leave some southern areas as it intensifies airstrikes
The Israeli military said Saturday it was “preparing for the next stage — southern Gaza,” adding that warplanes had hit over 50 targets in the Khan Younis area.