LOS ANGELES -- Four years after his arrest, Robert Durst -- the idiosyncratic New York real estate tycoon accused of killing his best friend two decades ago -- finally has a trial date.
During a court hearing in Los ...Read more
SEOUL, South Korea -- The U.S. and South Korea are discussing "corresponding measures" to reward North Korea's steps toward denuclearization, South Korea's foreign minister said, as President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Authorities detained a 30-year-old Citrus College student suspected of threatening to "shoot up" the school on Tuesday, leading to a more than six-hour lockdown of the Glendora campus.
The incident began ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Kevin McCarthy appears to have passed his first test as House Republicans' minority leader this week -- holding the party together to sanction one of its own, Iowa Rep. Steve King, for his latest ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Federal agencies failed to follow the law in protecting the habitat of an endangered bumblebee that continues to be found in Illinois despite major population loss nationwide, according to a lawsuit filed ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A rookie commissioner from a South Florida beach city is facing calls for her resignation after she called newly elected Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib a "danger" and said the first Palestinian-American...Read more
WASHINGTON -- China is likely developing a long-range bomber capable of delivering nuclear weapons and a space-based early warning system it could use to more quickly respond to an attack, according to a new report from ...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick were sworn in for second terms on a cold, gray Tuesday, continuing an era of Republican hegemony in the nation's largest red state with a promise of ...Read more
NAIROBI, Kenya -- Suspected al-Shabab militants launched an attack on an upmarket hotel in Kenya's capital Tuesday, with gunmen holed up for hours in the building in a standoff with police.
Kenya's interior minister said ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- North Carolina Republicans ratcheted up their drive to put Mark Harris in Congress on Tuesday, questioning "the entire legitimacy" of a state investigation into allegations of election fraud in the 9th ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon has agreed to keep several thousand U.S. troops deployed on the U.S.-Mexico border until Sept. 30, again expanding a controversial mission that began last fall and already was extended once.
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., a central figure in the Democratic Party's debate about the #MeToo movement, is preparing to join a 2020 presidential primary contest that features a record number of women in...Read more
In announcing layoffs last week, SpaceX pointed to its bid for riskier markets -- providing broadband internet via thousands of small satellites and building a spaceship for Mars transportation.
What went unsaid was that ...Read more
The Cranberries debuted the single "All Over Now" on Tuesday to mark the first anniversary of lead singer Dolores O'Riordan's death.
The new song comes ahead of the April release of the group's eighth and final album, "In...Read more
WASHINGTON -- William P. Barr, President Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, told a Senate panel Tuesday that he did not believe special counsel Robert S. Mueller III was on a "witch hunt" and said he would ...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas -- The FBI found no evidence that Austin bomber Mark Conditt had any accomplices or was motivated by any "recognized ideology" when he carried out a series of bombing attacks last year, according to a motion ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- To honor Aretha Franklin's roots in gospel music, Shirley Caesar sang "Mary, Don't You Weep." To showcase Franklin's rhythmic flair, Janelle Monae did "Rock Steady."
And to highlight the late icon's ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- With operations winding down at the large El Barretal migrant shelter in eastern Tijuana, Mexico, and nowhere else to go, families still waiting on "La Lista" are becoming increasingly desperate to present ...Read more
While the Oscars remain without a host, the Grammy Awards are doubling down on their female presence this year by naming powerhouse singer-songwriter Alicia Keys as the ceremony's host.
"I know what it feels like to be on...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Malibu schools are closed and residents in some communities will be forced to evacuate beginning Tuesday morning as Southern California prepares for another day of heavy rain, heightening the threat of mud ...Read more
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