Lindsey Buckingham has gone solo before and he's doing it again, hitting the road this fall with his own U.S. tour and a career-spanning compilation.
The Fleetwood Mac alum launches the expansive tour Oct. 7 in Portland, ...Read more
ROME -- Thirty-five people are believed to have been killed after a motorway bridge collapsed Tuesday in the northwestern port city of Genoa.
The figure was reported by the ANSA news agency, quoting national fire ...Read more
ATLANTA -- A push to rename Confederate Avenue and two similarly named thoroughfares on Atlanta's southeast side inched forward Tuesday at City Hall.
In a largely procedural move, an Atlanta City Council committee voted ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- Border activists who were stopped by officials for taking photos outside California ports of entry will be able to move forward with a lawsuit against the federal government, a federal appeals court ruled ...Read more
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Tuesday cast Venezuela's ongoing wave of 1 million refugees fleeing across its borders so far as a destabilizing, anti-democratic force in South America, but he stopped ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Trump International Hotel & Tower is endangering fish and other aquatic life in the Chicago River, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan alleges in a new lawsuit targeting the president's skyscraper for ...Read more
LONDON -- A man was arrested on suspicion of terrorism after he drove a car into security barriers at the British Parliament in central London's Westminster early Tuesday, but his identity remains unclear and he is not ...Read more
Activist investor Carl Icahn announced late Monday he is abandoning his effort to block the $67 billion acquisition of Express Scripts Holding Co. by Cigna Corp.
In a statement on his website, Icahn said he informed the U...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- San Diego County cities are preparing to go head-to-head with the federal government this week in a legal battle that could force the Trump administration to plug sewage spilling from Tijuana.
Local officials...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration's proposal to repeal Obama-era requirements for recipients of federal student aid comes with a price tag of about $5.3 billion over a decade, a figure that is already giving critics ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- Kenneth Bettencourt used to search for missing people and investigate homicides.
These days, he's the guy you may call if your dog runs away.
"I've always loved animals, and when I retired in '95, my wife ...Read more
Engineers working for Florida International University saw gaping cracks open in their brand-new bridge.
Someone thought the damage was sufficiently ominous to take a series of pictures. But no one thought to share the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A video of a man climbing a barrier at the Los Angeles Zoo and then slapping a hippopotamus on its rear end has sparked a criminal investigation by the LAPD, officials said Monday.
Zoo officials learned ...Read more
ROME -- At least 22 people were killed and five critically injured in Tuesday's collapse of a motorway bridge running over the northwestern Italian port city of Genoa.
Deputy Minister for Infrastructure and Transport ...Read more
Despite delays that have pushed initial test flights months behind schedule, SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell told reporters Monday that a NASA contract to build an astronaut transport capsule "will not be a losing ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump continued his attacks on his former ally and employee Omarosa Manigault Newman on Twitter on Tuesday, calling his former aide a "dog."
Trump praised White House Chief of Staff John ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A Democratic "wave" this November, should one materialize, could result in the departure of as many as five senior House Republican appropriators, which would mark the biggest wipeout of major players from ...Read more
MIDDLETOWN, Calif. -- Clarence Sibsey sat alone at a table in the Twin Pine Casino evacuation center, tired and dejected.
Once again, a fire was threatening his community and he had to leave home. Two years ago, he fled ...Read more
In a well-lit room in a nondescript building in Joliet, Ill., racks of marijuana plants are stacked, row after row.
The plants are young but pungent, and sway to the breeze of fans and the overhead humidifiers that ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Nora Flanagan's first tattoos hid strategically under her clothing. An aspiring teacher, Flanagan worried the ink could cost her a job.
"There was definitely an idea of what a teacher should look like," ...Read more
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