WASHINGTON -- Senate Democrats have seized on a Trump administration proposal to loosen restrictions on some health insurance offerings as the latest way to attack Republicans over protecting people with pre-existing ...Read more
TAPACHULA, Mexico -- President Donald Trump criticized Mexico and three Central American nations Monday for failing to stop a caravan of immigrants bound for the United States that has swelled in size to several thousand ...Read more
ST. LOUIS -- Quentin, the dog who came out alive from the St. Louis gas chamber for dogs, has died, according to a tweet from his owner, Randy Grim.
Grim, founder of Stray Rescue, on Twitter said he was saying goodbye "to...Read more
CHICAGO -- Hundreds of students committed to changing the world came to Chicago as part of a Clinton Global Initiative forum. On Sunday, they settled for making a difference on the South Side.
On the final day of the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said the U.S. will begin to cut off foreign aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador after thousands of migrants continued to march through Central America toward the U.S.
Paid protesters are real.
Crowds on Demand, a Beverly Hills company that's an outspoken player in the business of hiring protesters, boasts on its website that it provides its clients with "protests, rallies, flash-mobs, ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Universal's revival of the iconic horror franchise "Halloween" made a killing at the box office over the weekend, scaring up a franchise-best $77.5 million and breaking opening weekend records, according to ...Read more
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- It took 18 days of unrelenting world pressure and media scrutiny, stoked by a drip-feed of leaks from Turkish authorities, for Saudi Arabia to admit to the death of missing Saudi journalist Jamal ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said he plans to pull out of a major arms control treaty with Russia, claiming the Kremlin breached the accord on intermediate-range nuclear weapons.
"We're not going to let them ...Read more
SAN DIEGO--San Diego officials say they plan to crack down on marijuana advertising, particularly the billboard ads that have become increasingly common with recreational use of the drug now legal in California.
LOS ANGELES--The annual Shocktoberfest concert held at the University of California, Irvine's Bren Event Center to kick off the basketball season was abruptly canceled Friday night after rapper Famous Dex leaped into the ...Read more
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico -- Central American migrants from a U.S.-bound caravan amassed anew Saturday on a bridge along Mexico's southern border, while others crossed illegally into Mexico and some returned home.
Hundreds ...Read more
There was a moment when Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, the filmmakers behind Netflix's hit "Making a Murderer," knew their documentary series had crossed over from obscurity to a pop culture phenomenon.
"When Alec ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- As Election Day approaches, cellphones across Florida will buzz as campaigns send huge numbers of unsolicited texts to voters with the assistance of new apps and programs.
Some people find the ...Read more
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Alaska Gov. Bill Walker announced Friday he is dropping his bid for re-election and endorsing Democrat Mark Begich against Republican Mike Dunleavy.
Walker, elected as an independent, made the ...Read more
MIAMI -- Before killing 17 people, Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz confided in a 13-year-old girl who lives in Washington state that he felt suicidal and was upset about being bullied.
"He was angry at the school ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken the unusual step of going on the record to deny a news story, and is further asking the news agency that published it for a retraction.
Bloomberg News reported earlier this...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- President Donald Trump on Friday directed federal agencies to speed up their environmental review of major water projects in California and to develop plans to suspend or revise regulations that hamper water...Read more
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico -- Thousands of Central Americans in a U.S.-bound migrant caravan began pushing their way from Guatemala into Mexico on Friday, pulling down border fences and storming toward the Mexican immigration ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Saudi Arabia officially acknowledged the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Friday, saying that he died in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul after a fight and that 18 people had been arrested in connection ...Read more
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