The survivors of the Camp fire aren't the only ones with a story to tell about the fire that destroyed Paradise.
Buried among the charred ponderosa pines and scorched rubble are clues to what transpired when a small fire ...Read more
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. -- A House Springs woman killed by a gunman at a Catholic Supply store in St. Louis County was active in her church choir and may have been at the store to buy supplies to make rosaries for fellow ...Read more
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. -- Early Tuesday morning, retired trucker Roger Crocker finished his overnight shift as an Uber driver and pointed his car north to Massachusetts, where for the first time in his life, legal pot was ...Read more
San Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer took the biggest steps yet toward a potential 2020 presidential bid Tuesday, laying out a progressive policy platform and announcing a tour of five key primary states.
Steyer, a former...Read more
After being denied bail Monday, Tekashi 6ix9ine was reportedly awaiting a bail hearing after being arrested over the weekend in connection with a slew of federal racketeering and weapons charges.
The "Fefe" rapper, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Peas, one of the South Dakota-bred turkeys that received a presidential pardon Tuesday, pleaded the Fifth. But President Donald Trump had a warning for the creature about House Democrats.
The bright white ...Read more
Disney has princess problems, but "Ralph Breaks the Internet" ain't one. At least not according to actor John C. Reilly, who plays the titular hulking hero in the animated film.
Reilly recently commended the studio for ...Read more
Winds may be moving smoke from Northern California wildfires into Southern California, making air unhealthy to breath for some people, air quality regulators said this week.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District...Read more
DETROIT -- A federal judge in Detroit on Tuesday ordered the release of all Iraqi immigrants detained whom the U.S. wants to deport, a decision hailed by immigrant advocates as a victory.
In his ruling, U.S. District ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Millions of people may be able to show their smartphones rather than a plastic card to prove they're legit to drive, vote or buy a beer in coming years.
Louisiana in July became the first state to make ...Read more
DETROIT -- In a major blow to the government, a federal judge in Detroit has declared the nation's female genital mutilation law unconstitutional, thereby dismissing nearly all of the charges against two Michigan doctors ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Engaged to her childhood sweetheart, in the first year of her pharmacy residency at Mercy Hospital & Medical Center, Dayna Less, 25, had the world in front of her, her father said Tuesday morning.
At work ...Read more
KABUL, Afghanistan -- At least 50 people were killed in a suicide bombing at a religious gathering in Kabul on Tuesday, a health official said.
At least 72 others were injured in the incident in the Afghan capital, Public...Read more
KABUL, Afghanistan -- At least 50 people were killed and 72 wounded on Tuesday when a suicide bomber struck a Kabul wedding hall where Islamic religious scholars had gathered to mark the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, ...Read more
All Satara Monroe wanted to do was cash her paycheck, make a stop at the grocery store and go home.
But she said her plans were ruined when a bank teller at a Pompano Beach Wells Fargo accused her of committing fraud. The...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump made it clear on Tuesday that he does not intend to punish Saudi Arabia or Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, an American resident ...Read more
The February weekend that "Black Panther" opened and rewrote box office history, writer-director Ryan Coogler and the man who hired him, Marvel executive Nate Moore, pingponged text messages to each other, sharing images ...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal judge halted the Trump administration's latest attempt to seal the U.S. southern border by barring migrants from seeking asylum inside the country.
U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar approved the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, dispatched to the airwaves as U.S. stocks tumbled, said he disagrees with the view of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts that the economy will slow down soon.
The ...Read more
Alfonso Cuaron's "Roma" has been the talk of the international film world since it won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in September, and at first -- but only at first -- it's hard to see exactly why.
For what ...Read more
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