WASHINGTON -- Sunday's news that Robert Mueller unearthed no evidence that Donald Trump's campaign team colluded with Russia might deny Democrats the grounds to impeach the president. But Democratic leaders see potential ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The sole new wide release this weekend, Universal's "Us," came in first place at the box office with $70.3 million, nearly doubling analysts' projections of $35 million to $45 million, according to estimates...Read more
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- A second student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School died Saturday night in what police are calling an apparent suicide.
"We are not going to release the name," said Officer Tyler Reik, a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Attorney General William Barr planned Sunday to send Congress what he considers the "principal conclusions" from the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to a person familiar ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Almost six months after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered, the man believed to have ordered the killing has cemented his position as President Donald Trump's closest ally in the Arab world.
WASHINGTON -- The end of the special counsel's inquiry into the far corners of President Donald Trump's White House and campaign is poised to upend the political landscape. But with the final report still secret, both ...Read more
Barbra Streisand on Saturday tried to clarify recent her remarks regarding two men who have accused Michael Jackson of sexually abusing them when they were boys, after Streisand's interview with the British newspaper the ...Read more
BEIRUT -- Its militants believed they would conquer Rome, Paris and Washington. It sought to smash the century-old borders that defined the Middle East, and create a project whose central slogan was "Enduring and expanding...Read more
LAS VEGAS -- Some days, Stephen Paddock left an impression. Like the time he walked into the Sportsman's Warehouse in St. George, Utah, to buy guns wearing white gloves. Other times, he barely registered in a store clerk's...Read more
One year ago Sunday, at the center of a huge Washington rally, Emma Gonzalez rattled off the names of her dead classmates and teachers, standing in pained silence for several minutes as tears rolled down her cheek.
The ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- When it came to paying for college, Celeste Hernandez Revelli wishes she could go back in time -- and tell her younger self to avoid all those mistakes.
Revelli is now the director of financial planning at...Read more
MAMMOTH LAKES, Calif. -- By February, the snow made many neighborhoods here feel subterranean.
Twenty-foot walls of white, corniced by the wind, leaned over the plowed roads. Residents worked feverishly to keep the snow ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- When Hollywood actor Luke Perry suffered what would be a fatal stroke last month, he was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, one of only 178 hospitals in the country licensed to provide a key...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The idea that Google is subtly pushing masses of voters to the left has the ring of conspiracy, and thus the work of Robert Epstein is warmly embraced by conservative lawmakers -- as well as a president -- ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- On the mantel in a South Los Angeles home, the lovingly arranged keepsakes reflect a family's pride.
Damion Lester Jr. smiles broadly in his senior class portrait, decked out in the blue cap and gown of ...Read more
Can breast implants trigger chronic illness and even cause cancer?
That question has plagued silicone implants almost from their introduction in the 1960s, so there may be a sense of here-we-go-again when advisers to the ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- Bernie Sanders kicked off the first of three rallies in California on Friday evening, promising to complete what he began three years ago with his improbable bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Richard Cohen, announced his resignation Friday, the latest in a series of high-profile departures at the anti-hate organization that have come amid allegations of ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Millions of disaster victims -- including thousands of those hit by California wildfires -- had personally identifiable information compromised when they applied for housing relief with the Federal Emergency...Read more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Some northwest Missouri residents were forced from their homes Friday as widespread flooding continued along the Missouri River, causing numerous levee breaches and devastation to homes and farmland.
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