WASHINGTON -- When Sen. Lindsey Graham was a practicing lawyer, he prosecuted rapists and defended their victims.
"I learned how much unexpected courage from a deep and hidden place it takes for a rape victim or sexually ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein denies he wanted to record Donald Trump in order to gather enough dirt to remove the president via the 25th Amendment. But that's not likely to be much solace to a ...Read more
"Maniac," whose 10 episodes began streaming Friday on Netflix, is a big, weird, tightly controlled mess of a show. It swings for the bleachers and doesn't always connect -- and when it does, it can seem to skip some bases ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- With an eye toward destructive wildfire as California's most immediate climate emergency, Gov. Jerry Brown took action on Friday to broadly expand state prevention efforts while allowing utility ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump on Friday backed down from his order to declassify certain documents from the Russia investigation, including text messages exchanged among law enforcement leaders.
The decision will ...Read more
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania -- At least 131 bodies have been recovered from Tanzania's Lake Victoria after a ferry capsized, with dozens still missing, Transport Minister Isack Kamwelwe said Friday.
About a hundred people ...Read more
The waning power of broadcast network TV was one of the big takeaways from Monday's Primetime Emmys. The televised ceremony saw streaming services rival premium cable in top awards, while NBC and ABC were given just one ...Read more
When FBI agents recently began knocking on the doors of Cuban exiles in Miami and New York who support normalizing relations with Cuba, speculation inevitably followed: Why would the federal agency be deploying a campaign ...Read more
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Even before Hurricane Maria upended life in Puerto Rico, there was an ugly crisis brewing on the picturesque island.
Just months before the storm, the first comprehensive mental health survey of ...Read more
YABUCOA, Puerto Rico -- Felipe Velazquez and his 11-year-old daughter, Genesis, stood side by side and watched the men dismantle the school -- chair by chair, desk by desk, 100 years of small-town boricua history slowly ...Read more
UTUADO, Puerto Rico -- A year after Hurricane Maria raked through this part of central Puerto Rico, Hector Cruz says the threat isn't truly over for the island's most vulnerable -- the elderly.
The director of the ...Read more
QUITO, Ecuador -- An Ecuadorian lawmaker on Thursday urged authorities to strip WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of his Ecuadorian citizenship, charging that there were "irregularities" when it was granted.
Paola ...Read more
BEIJING -- The shelves of Beijing's luxury supermarkets are crammed with familiar products that American expatriates cannot seem to do without, from breakfast cereals with just the right level of sugar and crunch to smoky ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded large contracts to several inexperienced companies after Hurricane Maria's devastating strike on Puerto Rico, some of which had never conducted the kind of work...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A survey commissioned by the Republican National Committee has led the party to a glum conclusion regarding President Donald Trump's signature legislative achievement: Voters overwhelmingly believe his tax ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A Romanian woman pleaded guilty in connection with a cyberattack against the District of Columbia's Metropolitan Police Department that disabled two-thirds of the outdoor surveillance cameras operated by the ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed the nation's first state law barring dine-in restaurants from giving customers plastic straws unless they are requested, saying discarded plastic is "...Read more
BALTIMORE -- A temporary employee at a Rite Aid distribution center in Maryland killed three co-workers and injured three others before killing herself Thursday morning, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said.
Gahler ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office has received threats of bodily and sexual harm against staff -- some naming specific employees -- following her involvement in allegations of sexual assault against Supreme ...Read more
COMERIO, Puerto Rico -- After 38 years of working in Philadelphia, far from his tropical birthplace of Puerto Rico, Fernando Rivera Molina retired and, with his wife, moved back to his mountain hometown, fulfilling a dream...Read more
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