RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — A U.S. intelligence report blaming the Saudi crown prince for a critic’s murder is being celebrated by some commentators in the kingdom as an effective vindication.
The four-page document ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is struggling to address a persistent racial disparity in the U.S. coronavirus vaccination campaign that has seen white Americans receive a disproportionate share of shots, even in ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — Vanessa Bryant wants to publicly name four Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies who her lawyers allege shared “unauthorized” photos of the site of the helicopter crash that killed her husband, Kobe ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — Federal officials are expressing worry that the decline in national daily coronavirus cases is starting to flatten as one of the variants, from the U.K., is increasing throughout the nation.
They warned ...Read more
A Delta passenger is facing a $27,500 fine “for allegedly interfering with and assaulting a flight attendant,” the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday.
The passenger, ...Read more
MIAMI — When a major hurricane, extreme heat or other climate threat devastates an ocean's lifeblood, its recovery could be aided by the presence of sharks.
Sharks as oceanic medics?
That's the idea behind a study on ...Read more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Injection or electrocution? For about 26 years, South Carolina has asked its death row inmates to pick how they die.
Most choose lethal injection.
A more modern method than the electric chair, lethal ...Read more
HARTFORD, Conn. — Central Connecticut State University will soon begin accepting student applications for the new John Lewis Institute for Social Justice, an immersive two-year program seeking to honor the Georgia ...Read more
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — When traveling the roads of El Salvador, it’s common to see light blue ads splashed across billboards and buses, a color that identifies the New Ideas party that on Sunday will compete for ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA – Physician Steven Shapiro chairs the pediatrics department at Abington Hospital. He’s never been a therapist. Yet a big chunk of his medical practice these days is devoted to mental health issues, far ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Yosemite National Park will not require day-use reservations to enter the popular park in March.
“Starting March 1, reservations will not be required to enter Yosemite,” park officials recently ...Read more
More than 400 inmates remained at large after escaping from a Haiti prison Thursday in a massive jailbreak that also left 25 dead, the government said, the latest incident to highlight the squalid conditions and lack of ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday rejected Santa Clara County’s ban on indoor worship services, ordering California’s only holdout to fall in line with the rest of the state.
The ruling from the ...Read more
SAN DIEGO — A new Biden administration task force that will focus on reunifying migrant families separated at the border under Trump-era policies is expected to resolve many of the lingering issues being litigated in a ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — Ash and charred wood still lined the 10-step concrete staircase ascending toward the entrance of Higashi Honganji Buddhist Temple in Little Tokyo on Friday afternoon, the remnants of vandalism and a fire ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — Police have recovered two French bulldogs owned by Lady Gaga that were stolen at gunpoint by two men who shot the music superstar’s dog walker in the chest Wednesday night, a police official said.
Capt. ...Read more
Ebony, the Chicago-born magazine that served as the voice of Black America for more than 75 years, is set for a digital rebirth Monday under new owners.
Bought out of bankruptcy for $14 million in December by Louisville-...Read more
WASHINGTON — Douglas couldn't see anything, the snow was falling so fast, and there was no light.
The smuggler was long gone; and though Douglas yelled and yelled, no one came. The 21-year-old and a dozen other migrants...Read more
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Antony Blinken pledged deeper cooperation with Mexico and Canada in what the U.S. billed as “virtual travel” to its two neighbors, an effort to emphasize the Biden administration’s ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — He had wrinkles on his face, horn-rimmed glasses perched on his nose and wisps of gray hair poking out from underneath his Cleveland Indians baseball cap.
He was even wearing a facial mask to guard against...Read more
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