Www.photoshoppedpictures.com - The Latest World News and Information
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news

New York Times

Government Shutdown Begins as Budget Talks Falter in Senate
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Much of the federal government officially shut down early Saturday morning after Senate Democrats, showing remarkable solidarity in the face of a clear political danger, blocked consideration of a stopgap spending measure to keep the ...
Government shuts down after Senate bill collapses, negotiations failWashington Post
Senate rejects funding bill, partial shutdown beginsThe Hill
Inside the frantic 24 hours that led to a shutdownPolitico
all 3,518 news articles »


Trump gets mixed reviews from March for Life antiabortion protesters
Washington Post
Thousands of activists at the annual March for Life enjoyed a rare display of political firepower Friday, with addresses by the president, vice president and House speaker all celebrating gains the antiabortion movement has made under Donald Trump. But ...
Trump Tells Anti-Abortion Marchers 'We Are With You All the Way' and Shows ItNew York Times
Trump blasts Roe v. Wade in satellite address to anti-abortion rallyNBCNews.com
Trump scores few legislative wins against abortion in first yearPolitico
The Atlantic -Washington Examiner -ABC News -HuffPost
all 479 news articles »

Washington Post

Tom Petty died of an accidental drug overdose. His family shared the news to 'save lives.'
Washington Post
Tom Petty, the singer and guitarist whose influential music spanned four decades, died in October from an accidental drug overdose as a result of mixing medications involving opioids, his family announced Friday. A Los Angeles County medical examiner ...
Oscar winner Dorothy Malone, mom on 'Peyton Place,' dies at 93USA TODAY
Family: Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdoseABC News
US musician Tom Petty died of 'accidental drug overdose'BBC News
KABC-TV -NPR -PEOPLE.com -New York Daily News
all 505 news articles »

Los Angeles Times

The most comprehensive look yet at how the Las Vegas concert massacre unfolded
Los Angeles Times
In an 81-page investigative report released Friday, Las Vegas police gave their most comprehensive timeline to date on how the Oct. 1 massacre unfolded at a country music concert on the Strip. The report did not give any greater insight into why gunman ...
What we learned from the Las Vegas shooting reportCNN
A New Report on the Las Vegas Gunman Was Released. Here Are Some Takeaways.New York Times
Las Vegas police say they have not found a motive for shooting rampageWashington Post
CBS News -CBS Local -KTLA -Chron.com
all 248 news articles »

Washington Post

Supreme Court to rule on Trump's powers to ban foreign travelers
Washington Post
The Supreme Court said Friday that it will decide whether President Trump's responsibility to protect the nation grants him authority to ban travelers from specific countries and that it will rule by June in the case, a major examination of the ...
Supreme Court to Consider Challenge to Trump's Latest Travel BanNew York Times
Supreme Court To Hear Latest Challenge To Trump's Travel BanNPR
Supreme Court to issue final verdict on Trump travel banUSA TODAY
Los Angeles Times -U.S. News & World Report -Breitbart News -BBC News
all 86 news articles »


Get Caught Up: Trump's Alleged Affair With Adult Film Star Stormy Daniels
Stormy Daniels appears at the Wicked Pictures booth at the 2017 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on January 18, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nev. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption. toggle caption. Ethan Miller/Getty Images ...
Porn star Stormy Daniels detailed alleged affair with Trump in 2011 interviewWashington Post
Trump lawyer threatened to sue 'In Touch' if it published interview with porn star: reportThe Hill (blog)
Adult-film star details alleged affair with Trump in 2011 interview with InTouch magazineChicago Tribune
BuzzFeed News -Daily Beast -Politico -HuffPost
all 386 news articles »


California torture house: Teen who escaped overcame tremendous odds
What prompted her to make a break for freedom on Sunday — and expose to the world what David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin had allegedly done to the family — is just one of the questions investigators in Riverside County are seeking to answer ...
Calif. county received "not one" call about couple accused of torturing childrenCBS News
Officials: The kids were starved. The dogs were well-fed.CNN
Children found shackled in California home face years of therapy, experts sayChicago Tribune
WPXI Pittsburgh -Dallas News -The Guardian -KTLA
all 264 news articles »

Washington Post

Neighbor intends to plead guilty to assault of Sen. Rand Paul, court documents say
Washington Post
A neighbor of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has agreed to plead guilty in federal court in a November attack that left the nation's best-known libertarian with six broken ribs and briefly sidelined him during the debate over the tax overhaul, according to ...
Neighbor to Plead Guilty to Federal Charge in Attack on Rand Paul, Lawyer SaysNew York Times
Rand Paul's alleged attacker charged with federal crimeThe Hill
Federal Charge Brought In Assault On Kentucky Sen. Rand PaulNPR
Reuters -USA TODAY -NBCNews.com -Politico
all 64 news articles »

National Review

The first anniversary of the Trump Era finds Americans great again
National Review
From the Potomac to Puget Sound, President Donald J. Trump and other Republicans should ask voters this exact question. Their answers should buoy GOP prospects for the November 6 midterm elections. Saturday marks one year since President Trump's ...
I wasn't a Trump supporter. I am now.Washington Post
Year two: Trump still has much further to fallThe Hill
Four ways Trump's first year has made us less safeCNN
Washington Examiner -Fox News -Bloomberg -NPR
all 852 news articles »

The Hill

National parks to close camping sites if government shuts down
The Hill
The public will be barred from accessing camping sites at any of the 59 U.S. national parks if the government shuts down. The National Park Service (NPS) will work to keep parks "as accessible as possible," an NPS spokesman told The Hill Friday, but ...

and more »

Google News