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10 longest bridges to drive across

Bridges have captivated travelers for millennia, bringing people to places previously inaccessible. Today, the world's biggest bridges largely cater to cars, and we've rounded up ten memorable crossings.


How Facebook changed our lives

11:22 a.m. EST March, 2017 SAN FRANCISCO — The calendar may say 2017, but in tech culture this week actually marks the year 10 A.F — After Facebook. What did we poor humans do before the advent of Mark Zuckerberg's collegiate brainstorm?


Trump’s immigration policy vs. Obama's

2:09 p.m. ET Jan. 30, 2017  President Donald Trump defended his sweeping immigration policy by calling it “similar to what President Obama did in 2011 when he banned visas for refugees from Iraq for six months.” That’s a faulty comparison.


Trump wants congressional probe of evidence-free claims about Obama

8:47 a.m. ET March 5, 2017  President Trump called Sunday for a congressional investigation of his claims that predecessor Barack Obama had him wiretapped during last year's election  —  while critics accused Trump of trying to distract people from an investigation into his own relationship with Russia.


Big U.S. city mayors vow to defy Trump on sanctuary cities order

8:48 p.m. ET Jan. 25, 2017   Several big city mayors across the U.S. vowed on Wednesday to defy President Trump’s executive order that threatens to cut off federal funding to cities that offer some sort of protection to undocumented immigrants in their communities.


Paris mayor strikes back at Trump for insulting city

US President Donald Trump implied that countries in Europe are not safe to visit. He cited a friend who no longer visits France in the wake of attacks in Paris and Nice. (Feb. 24) AP


President Trump's inaugural address

7:12 p.m. ET Jan. 20, 2017  Presidents typically avoid facts and figures when delivering inaugural addresses, serving up a blend of broad platitudes and generalities to lay out a vision. President Donald Trump was no different in that regard.


Trump picks Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court

5:18 a.m. ET Jan. 31, 2017   WASHINGTON — Nearly a full year after Justice Antonin Scalia's death left the Supreme Court shorthanded, President Trump nominated federal appeals court Judge Neil Gorsuch of Colorado to fill the void Tuesday night, setting off a pitched battle over the direction of the nation's highest court.


Barack Obama at the Acropolis

US President scheduled to depart for Germany after his speech at the Niarchos Foundation.