BEIJING -- U.S. President Donald Trump blasted China on Friday, saying that the United States doesn't need the country as a trading partner and telling U.S. companies to pack up their operations and bring them back to U.S....Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump on Friday slammed the Federal Reserve leader as an "enemy" and unleashed a flurry of tweets attacking China after Beijing announced retaliatory tariffs on U.S. products.
In a heady ...Read more
WICHITA, Kan. -- David Koch, who along with his brother Charles ran Koch Industries for decades and became a household name in American politics, has died.
Koch was 79. Koch Industries said in a statement he died "after ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Seth Moulton is dropping out of the presidential race, his campaign spokesman said Friday, after a brief campaign that never left the ground.
Moulton plans to formally announce his departure from the ...Read more
Thursday brought more strong hints that Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration are moving steadily toward ungrounding the 737 Max as soon as October.
The FAA said Thursday it's inviting "a cross-section of line ...Read more
SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. -- The place is hard to find. You must drive into the mountains above Santa Cruz, following a road that turns from asphalt to dirt, then park at the top of a rise and look for a path whose entrance is...Read more
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors wants to sanitize language in the criminal justice system.
In a proposal to the city and county of San Francisco, words like "felon," "offender," "convict" and "parolee" would be ...Read more
The notion of a noncontroversial new oil pipeline seems quaint these days, yet Minnesota utilities regulators Thursday approved just such a project.
Enbridge got the green light to reroute a 10-mile stretch of its "Line 4...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles has long been locked in battles over where and how people can bed down on its streets and sidewalks -- a debate that has played out for decades in City Hall, in the courts and on avenues lined ...Read more
These days it is not necessary to be a dissident to be arrested in Cuba. Just using a Cuban flag or playing on an intranet with your friends can get you in trouble with the authorities.
Users of SNET, a wireless network ...Read more
MIAMI -- Golfers who quit their memberships at Trump National Doral after the property's namesake became president were aiming to lose their link to a man they do not support. Turns out they could be waiting for Trump to ...Read more
ROME -- The Ocean Viking, a migrant rescue ship stranded for nearly two weeks between Italy and Malta, is running low on food supplies, the Doctors Without Borders charity said Thursday.
Doctors Without Borders, or MSF, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Succumbing to bipartisan pressure, the White House abandoned plans Thursday to cut billions of dollars from the State Department budget for foreign aid, several officials said.
A proposal to freeze as much ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Devin Nunes' lawsuit against social media giant Twitter is scheduled for its first hearing in a Virginia courtroom on Friday, and it might be its last.
Experienced defamation lawyers in Virginia say ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Four people were wounded in a shooting in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon and police were searching for a man and a woman suspected in the attack.
Gunfire erupted shortly after noon in San Julian...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A fire burning Thursday in the bushy, dry vegetation east of Redding has prompted the evacuation of the local community college and outlying neighborhoods.
The Mountain Fire started near Bear ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A post office in Fairport, N.Y. is on its way to being named for the late Rep. Louise Slaughter and her late husband Bob. President Donald Trump signed into law this week legislation to rename a postal ...Read more
While Amazon first opened its selling apparatus to independent businesses in 1999, the company's courtship of and reliance upon them has gained a new prominence this year, most recently with a suite of tools, services and ...Read more
Sean Spicer attempted a somewhat diplomatic approach when addressing the backlash surrounding his recent casting on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," saying that he hoped the show would give people "another opportunity to ...Read more
LAS VEGAS -- It was supposed to be a fun joke. Create an event on Facebook that was so absurd, everyone would have a laugh, share a meme and then move on with their lives.
Instead, Matty Roberts got a visit from the FBI, ...Read more
- After China threatens new tariffs, Trump says the US would be 'better off' without it
- Storming Area 51 started as a joke. But it's a mystery as to how many will show up
- David Koch, Wichita son who influenced American industry, philanthropy and politics, has died
- Federal appeals court rules for St. Cloud couple seeking to deny same-sex wedding film services
- North Korea jabs Pompeo over potential Senate run