{FD} Suspect arrested in brutal killing of teen left for dead ‘not mad at her,’ report says

One of the two suspects arrested in the brutal killing of a 19-year-old left for dead on the side of a road outside San Francisco reportedly told a news station in a jailhouse interview that he is not mad at her and did not mean to kill her.

{FD} Republicans try to get Tennessee’s Corker to run again out of fear of losing seat

Despite President Trump once tweeting that “Liddle” Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., “couldn’t get elected dog catcher” in Tennessee, some Republicans in the Volunteer state have been urging the senator to run for reelection, despite promising to retire.

{FD} Nunes ‘made material changes’ to classified memo sent to White House, Schiff charges

Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said late Wednesday that Rep. Devin Nunes, the committee’s chair, made “material changes” to the controversial memo sent to the White House that criticizes the FBI’s use of secret surveillance during the 2016 campaign.

{FD} Tsunami warning canceled for Alaska after massive earthquake strikes off coast

A large 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck off Alaska's Kodiak Island early Tuesday, prompting a tsunami warning for a large swath of coastal Alaska and Canada's British Columbia that was later downgraded to an advisory as possible destructive waves failed to materialize.

{FD} Trump lauds ‘big win’ after Dems ‘cave’ on shutdown, Schumer criticized

President Trump late Thursday struck an optimistic tone on Twitter, praising Republicans for a “big win” after negotiating through a 69-hour federal government shutdown after Democrats voted to temporarily pay for resumed operations.

{FD} Trump reportedly denies US Embassy move to Jerusalem in year despite Netanyahu’s earlier assessment

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday said his “solid assessment” is that the American Embassy will be moved to Jerusalem in the coming year, but President Trump hinted otherwise later in the day.

{FD} ‘Armchair’ psychiatry in the media should end, medical group says

The nation's psychiatrists should stop analyzing public figures in the media unless they've actually examined the person, the American Psychiatric Association warned Wednesday, stating that the practice stigmatizes patients and can “negatively impact” the profession.

{FD} Louisiana school board president on teacher arrest: Everyone wants to side with the ‘poor little woman’

A Louisiana school board president drew criticism Wednesday for his response to a video that shows a female teacher being forcibly removed from a school board meeting after questioning the school superintendent’s pay raise.

{FD} NFL heiress accused of hitting lawyer with her ‘glass purse’ during anti-Semitic coat check rant

Jacqueline Kent Cooke, the daughter of former Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke, was arrested Wednesday after a New Year’s Eve outing that allegedly included telling a restaurant patron to “hurry up, Jew” and then clocking her son in the head with a pricey glass purse, the New York Daily News reported.

{FD} Mueller’s team has not subpoenaed Deutsche Bank on Trump’s finances, legal team says

President Trump's legal team is pushing back against reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has called on Deutsche Bank to submit data pertaining to its client relationship with President Trump as part of his investigation into alleged Russian election meddling.

{FD} Mueller’s team has not subpoenaed Deutsche Bank on Trump’s finances, source says

A source with knowledge of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russian election meddling pushed back Tuesday on a new report claiming Mueller called on Deutsche Bank to submit data pertaining to its client relationship with President Trump.

{FD} Then-married former NBC employee claims Lauer sexually assaulted her until she passed out in office: report

Matt Lauer, the disgraced former anchor of NBC's "Today" show who was fired Wednesday for “inappropriate sexual behavior,” once summoned a married female employee to his office, locked the door and sexually assaulted her until she passed out, the New York Times reported after interviewing the accuser.

{FD} Tampa police arrest possible serial killer in Seminole Heights murders

A dragnet in the city of Tampa came to an end late Tuesday after police arrested a man who will face murder charges in connection with four killings that terrorized the neighborhood of Seminole Heights and sparked fears of a serial killer.