FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Esteban Santiago is severely mentally ill and remorseful for killing five people and injuring six others in the January 2017 mass shooting at Fort Lauderdale's main airport, his defense team said ...Read more
Q: I recently bought a Garmin DriveSmart GPS. I have a 2013 Subaru Outback. When the Garmin is mounted on the dashboard, it keeps losing satellite reception. When it is lying on the passenger seat, it works perfectly. ...Read more
LOS ANGELES--A proposal in July to temporarily ban rental scooters in Los Angeles sparked an outcry from transportation advocates and some lawmakers, who said the zippy devices were a transportation innovation that should ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Whether the Space Force becomes a reality or not, the Trump re-election campaign will likely face few consequences in 2020 for shooting for the stars.
Speaking at the Pentagon last week, Vice President Mike ...Read more
In the days since some U.S. sanctions on Iran snapped back into place, the signs of misery have been everywhere in Tehran's commercial districts.
Stores are open but empty. Shopkeepers pass the time on their cellphones ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- A technology company moving from a dated 9,000 square-foot office to a modern 30,000 square-foot space usually doesn't portend a major shift in San Diego's corporate dynamics. But when that company is the ...Read more
DURHAM, N.C. -- Almost a year to the day after the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was removed from Duke Chapel in the middle of the night, Duke's president announced the space will remain vacant.
Thursday, Duke ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- At age 105, Bill Vogt has learned a thing or two.
Until Thursday afternoon, though, he'd never held in his hands the piece of paper proving what he'd known to be true about himself since 1935: That he is a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer and Democrats threatened Thursday to file a lawsuit to get access to documents from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's time in the George W. Bush White House.
Hundreds of newspapers nationwide pushed back Thursday against President Donald Trump's frequent attacks on the media and his assertion that the news media are "the enemy of the people."
In a coordinated campaign, the ...Read more
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- With the Argentine defense minister declaring gratitude for Pentagon aid in last year's desperate, failed search for a lost submarine, Jim Mattis became the first U.S. defense secretary to visit ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- One of the biggest supporters of President Donald Trump's trade policies, according to the president, is the unnamed chief executive officer of a mystery company.
"I was with one of the greatest companies in...Read more
It has been called the Mount Everest of the genome world, and it has just been scaled.
This week a consortium of more than 200 scientists from 20 countries published the first fully annotated sequence of the massive wheat...Read more
CHICAGO -- Herbert "Herbie" Rohloff wasn't expected to live to 53 years old.
He was born with Down syndrome, and doctors said they did not think Rohloff would survive past his second birthday, according to relatives. As a...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Suffering from insomnia? Here's a quick cure: Stop caring about politics so much.
A new survey shows that 1 in 7 Americans are so riled up about politics that they're losing sleep over it, according to a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman on Thursday released an audio recording to back up her claim that President Donald Trump's campaign offered her a high-paying job to stay quiet about her ...Read more
With her place as a hit-making force cemented decades ago, music industry greats stepped up to remember Aretha Franklin on Thursday after her death.
Some, such as Clive Davis, said their relationship went beyond business ...Read more
The Grammy Awards ceremony has never suffered a shortage of drama during the annual telecast.
But there probably was never a more heart-stopping turn of events than on the night of Feb. 25, 1998, when the 40th Grammys ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Senate on Thursday went on record declaring "that the press is not the enemy of the people" -- a rebuke to President Donald Trump, who declares the opposite on a regular basis.
Senators adopted by ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- U.S. and Chinese officials said the two nations will resume lower-level trade talks this month in hopes of resolving an escalating battle over tariffs that threatens to damage both economies.
China's vice ...Read more
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- Trump's speeches feature mystery men the White House won't name
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- Newspaper editorials take aim at President Trump, who castigates media as 'opposition party'
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