WASHINGTON -- National Republicans are prepared to intervene in the Kansas Senate primary to ensure that conservative firebrand Kris Kobach does not win the party's nomination should he run, multiple sources told the ...Read more
RUSTIC, Colo. -- Tramping over a charred mountainside here one foggy morning, Matt Champa glowed with satisfaction. "Deer and elk will love this," said the U.S. Forest Service "burn boss," gesturing to a cluster of ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The Museum of Contemporary Art announced Saturday that it will make admission free -- a switch made possible by $10 million gift from MOCA board of trustees President Carolyn Powers.
Powers made the ...Read more
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- If Sen. Bernie Sanders is going to win Georgia's Democratic presidential primary, as he vowed Saturday at his first campaign appearance in the state this cycle, he's going to need voters like Wade Jackson. ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The Broward County school district has revised its description of the controversial Promise program, a move that allows it to sidestep a new state law requiring schools to share more information ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Days after Lori Lightfoot announced her long-shot bid for Chicago mayor last spring, she marched for peace alongside gun violence victims and anti-gun advocates in the Back of the Yards neighborhood.
Just two ...Read more
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Argentina's former leftist president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, has announced her candidacy for vice president in elections on Oct. 23.
Fernandez, who served as president of Argentina from...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- A smoky haze that has blanketed this capital for the past week is fraying nerves, spurring health worries and generating criticism of elected officials.
Authorities ordered Mexico City schools closed ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- Officials in the eastern North Carolina city of Greenville arrived to work one morning in early April to find the files on some 800 of their computers locked up.
More than five weeks later, they're still ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Should big corporations or the wealthy pay more taxes to repair the nation's roads, bridges and other infrastructure? Or should consumers pay for the roads they use with a higher gasoline tax?
Democrats, who...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Adult-film actress Stormy Daniels has agreed to drop the last of three lawsuits that her former attorney Michael Avenatti filed in the scandal stemming from her alleged one-night stand with Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump has agreed to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum from Canada and Mexico, relenting to congressional pressure to back off in order to boost the chances of winning approval for his newly ...Read more
BERLIN -- Angela Merkel has come under pressure from her chosen successor to quit as German chancellor after this month's elections for the European parliament, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
"The Big Bang Theory" cast knows series finales can't make everyone happy, but the seven principal cast members said that they're content with the heartfelt send-offs they got on Thursday.
The geeky CBS sitcom took its ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The White House announcement Friday that President Donald Trump has set a 180-day clock ticking on possible trade action against imports of cars and car parts from Japan and Europe brought strong pushback ...Read more
DETROIT -- Eighteen large institutional investors in General Motors banded together Friday to tell GM they want the carmaker to take aggressive action to protect federal fuel economy standards.
GM has said it wants one ...Read more
Steve Kroft, the longest tenured correspondent on the CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes," is retiring at the end of the current season, the network announced Friday.
Kroft, 73, will have his final segment on the program this ...Read more
CANNES, France -- There are a few surprises tucked in amid the sweet sounds and bright, kaleidoscopic visuals of "Rocketman," though the way it ends is not one of them. It plays out its final moments, as all biopics these ...Read more
CANNES, France -- Tilda Swinton learned how to play blackjack at Cannes. It was 1987, and she'd come to the international film festival for the first time as part of the ensemble cast of "Aria," an anthology of 10 short ...Read more
It's an open secret in publishing that young-adult fiction has gone viral because card-carrying adults as well as younger folks are drawn to the genre's purity of emotions and directness of action.
In the cinematic ...Read more
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