Obama says 'it's about the families' after Oregon meeting

President Barack Obama, center, with Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, right, and Roseburg Mayor Larry Rich, left, pauses as he makes a statement to members of the media following their meeting with families of the victims of the Oct. 1, shooting at Umpqua Community College, Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 in Roseburg, Ore. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)President Barack Obama, faced with protests over his meeting Friday with victims of an Oregon shooting, held to his view that something must be done about deadly gun crimes. But given the freshness of the week-old tragedy, he said, "Today, it's about the families."

Baltimore history buffs raise Edgar Allan Poe tradition from the dead

Edgar Allan Poe's cenotaphThe Maryland Historical Society is resurrecting the tradition of the "Poe Toaster," a shadowy figure who would sneak to Edgar Allan Poe's gravesite for a mysterious tribute.

Bernie Sanders outraises every Republican candidate

It’s undoubtedly the era of Big Money in politics. But for the time being...

Leading Republican Ryan reconsiders House speaker run: lawmakers
WASHINGTON/JANESVILLE, Wis. (Reuters) - A leading Republican congressman with allies on the right wing of the party, Paul Ryan, is weighing a bid to replace retiring U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner, fellow lawmakers said on Friday as they sought to defuse a leadership battle. Numerous House Republicans and even 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney have asked Ryan to run for speaker after the front-runner, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, abruptly dropped out on Thursday.

Student charged with killing one, wounding three at Arizona university

Northern Arizona University released booking photo of suspected gunman Steven JonesBy David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - An 18-year-old student killed a classmate and wounded three other students when he opened fire during a confrontation on the campus of Northern Arizona University early on Friday, in the latest shooting to hit a U.S. school, authorities said. The suspected gunman, Steven Jones, a freshman at the state university in northern Arizona, was taken into custody following the shooting, campus Police Chief Gregory Fowler said. Jones was charged with first-degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault and was ordered held on $2 million bond at a brief court appearance.

One killed, one wounded in shooting near Texas Southern University

Authorities investigate a shooting at Texas Southern University, Friday, Oct. 9, 2015, in Houston. A student was killed and another person was wounded in a shooting outside a student-housing complex on Friday, and police have detained at least two people, authorities said. (Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP) MANDATORY CREDITOne person was fatally shot on Friday and another person was wounded in a shooting an apartment complex adjacent to the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston, and two suspects have been taken into custody, the school said. The incident came several hours after an 18-year-old student opened fire with a handgun on the campus of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff early on Friday, killing one person and wounding three, in the latest in a series of U.S. school shootings. Texas Southern said there was a separate shooting incident at an apartment complex near campus on Thursday night.

Northern Arizona University student kills one, injures three with handgun: police

Steven Jones - Northern Arizona UniversityA Northern Arizona University student shot and killed one person and injured three outside a dormitory in Flagstaff, authorities said.

Benghazi committee releases more Clinton emails

The emails raise new questions about her handling of classified information.

Nobel Peace Prize boosts struggling Tunisian democracy

File photo of Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet leaders before a news conference in TunisThe National Dialogue Quartet was cited for its contributions to the Arab Spring movement.

Ben Carson recalls his encounter with a gunman

John Boehner stuck in limbo as speaker after Kevin McCarthy withdraws bid

Hillary Clinton’s lack of Wall Street backers

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