HONG KONG -- Almost 230,000 people voted on Saturday in primaries held by Hong Kong's pro-democracy opposition parties, exceeding expectations for the total turnout at the two-day event, Radio Television Hong Kong reported...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump wore a mask during a scheduled visit to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a rare instance of doing so publicly as coronavirus cases continue to pile up.
Trump on ...Read more
DETROIT -- Eight arrests were made Friday night in Detroit after a protest broke out at the site of a police shooting.
Detroit police took the protesters into custody during the impromptu protest gathering near where ...Read more
ATLANTA -- Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, former first lady Rosalynn Carter, are encouraging everyone to wear a mask to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
In a Saturday morning Twitter post, the Carters ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- California coronavirus deaths approached 7,000 as officials raised new alarms about rapid community spread and the grim consequences ahead if the public cannot change its behavior.
As of Saturday morning, ...Read more
Two more parents swept up in the college admissions scandal are changing their pleas to guilty as trials loom in the biggest such prosecution the U.S. has undertaken.
Diane Blake and her husband, Todd Blake, have agreed ...Read more
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- For nearly 65 years, Disneyland was a place where millions came for a joyful reprieve from the outside world.
Then the coronavirus hit, and Fantasyland became impossible. Walt Disney Co. shut down its ...Read more
An increasing number of U.S. small businesses plan to lay off workers after using a federal coronavirus relief loan as many states are slowing or changing reopening plans amid a spike in cases, a new survey shows.
About ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts will remove an exhibit dedicated to John Wayne after students called for its removal last year because of racist comments the late actor made ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Half of California's 58 counties are now on the state's coronavirus watchlist as the number of infections, hospitalizations and deaths continue to approach unprecedented levels.
The state on Thursday set a ...Read more
MIAMI -- President Donald Trump stepped off Air Force One Friday in Miami, into one of the worst coronavirus hot spots in the country.
He wasn't wearing a mask, though Miami-Dade County has a mask-wearing mandate in ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Authorities descended on the waters of Lake Piru just after sunrise Friday as the search for the body of actress Naya Rivera, who authorities say likely drowned while boating with her young son, stretches ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The surge of the coronavirus in California over the last month started with an explosion of new cases, then moved into hospitals that rapidly filled with patients and is now beginning to bring an increase in...Read more
With COVID-19 infections accelerating, the majority of Latin America and Caribbean countries still closed to commercial travel, and Europe imposing travel restrictions, the tourism and aviation industry risks losing ...Read more
Whether through mere coincidence or some eerie disturbance in the universe, there are two new movies this week featuring characters who have been cursed to live forever.
One of them is "The Old Guard," a moody existential...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Students at the University of Minnesota immediately condemned George Floyd's killing, complained of clashes with officers and demanded that the school end its relationship with the Minneapolis Police ...Read more
DETROIT -- In life, Donald Lobsinger made a lot of noise. He made a lot of enemies.
As Detroit's infamous right-wing agitator from the 1960s through the 1990s, he once assaulted a priest at a peace rally. As an anti-...Read more
WASHINGTON -- For years, Kamala Harris proudly boasted she was California's "top cop."
She touted that reputation at the last Democratic National Convention, telling a New York delegation breakfast: "I now stand before ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Summer in the Chicago area has been warmer than normal, and residents could be in for several more weeks of sweltering weather.
Chicago usually sees high temperatures in the low to mid-80s this time of year, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Images of Wisconsin voters standing at the polls in early April as the coronavirus spread across the country stuck with Jerri Yoss. She wondered how voting could be safe in her home state of Texas, where ...Read more
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