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Past articles by Kelly:


SNL cold open pits The Avengers against Game of Thrones

After winning the Battle of Winterfell, the GOT crew tries to best Thanos and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Family Feud. → Read More


Israel says Hamas fired 200 rockets. The IDF retaliated with airstrikes.

The latest string of violence comes after weekly protests in Gaza turned deadly. → Read More


A Boeing 737 safely landed in a Jacksonville, Florida river

No one was killed; 21 people were wounded. → Read More

Eric Holder, Nipsey Hussle Suspect: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Eric Holder has been identified as the suspect in the shooting death of popular rapper and businessman Nipsey Hussle outside of his Los Angeles store. → Read More

Nipsey Hussle Dead In Los Angeles Shooting: Reports

Los Angeles rapper Ermias Asghedom, aka Nipsey Hussle, was reportedly one of three people shot in front of a clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday. → Read More

Mueller Report Complete & Headed to AG’s Desk

Special counsel Robert Mueller has finished his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and submitted his final report to Attorney General William Barr. → Read More

Karen Uhlenbeck: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Karen Uhlenbeck is a renowned mathematician and the first female recipient of the prestigious Abel Prize. → Read More


Trump doesn’t think white nationalism is a threat — but data says otherwise

Nearly 50 people were allegedly killed by a man in New Zealand who was inspired by white nationalist ideas.The US is no better off. → Read More


Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air crash linked by new evidence

According to the New York Times, the Boeing 737 Max jet’s automatic stabilizers could have played a role in both crashes. → Read More

Roger Stone: No talks with White House about a pardon

Roger Stone, a longtime associate of President Trump, said Thursday that he hasn't had any discussions with anyone in the Trump administration about a pardon so far. → Read More

Roger Stone case: Mueller has ‘voluminous and complex’ evidence

Special counsel Robert Mueller said federal prosecutors have evidence that is “both voluminous and complex” in the case against a longtime associate of President Trump. → Read More

Mueller says his files were leaked to Russia, which used it for 'disinformation campaign'

A pro-Russia Twitter account somehow gained access to nonpublic evidence gathered by special counsel Robert Mueller and tweeted out altered versions of those files as part of a "disinformation campaign," Mueller asserted Wednesday. → Read More

Study: Firearm injuries cost nearly $1 billion annually between 2010-2015

The average annual cost of inpatient hospitalizations for firearm injuries was more than $900 million between 2010 and 2015, according to a new study. → Read More

Democrats ask why Trump admin lifted sanctions against Russian companies tied to oligarch

Democratic lawmakers want answers from the Trump administration about recently lifted sanctions against three companies with ties to a Russian oligarch. → Read More

Justice Department files new hate crime charges against alleged Pittsburgh synagogue shooter

A federal grand jury on Tuesday unveiled new charges against Robert Bowers, the alleged gunman behind the deadly Tree of Life Synagogue attack in Pittsburgh, Pa., last October. → Read More

Democrats delay committee vote on William Barr's nomination

Senate Democrats on Tuesday delayed a final Judiciary Committee vote on the nomination of William Barr to be President Trump's next attorney general, although Republicans on the committee expect to confirm him next week. → Read More

Roger Stone pleads not guilty to charges brought by Robert Mueller

Roger Stone, a longtime Republican adviser and friend of President Trump, pleaded not guilty to seven criminal charges of false statements, witness tampering and obstruction of justice in federal court in Washington where he was greeted outside the federal courthouse to "Lock him up!" chants. → Read More

China, Russia top threats to US, intel chief warns

China and Russia are moving to “compete more intensely” with the United States, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday. → Read More

Justice Department announces criminal charges against Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei

The Justice Department announced criminal charges Monday against Chinese-based Huawei Technologies Co., the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world. → Read More

Michael Cohen will testify to House Intelligence Committee behind closed doors

Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney for President Trump, has agreed to testify privately to the House Intelligence Committee next month. → Read More