WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo plans to meet with Sen. Pat Roberts in the near future amid a heavy recruitment effort by powerful Washington Republicans for Pompeo to run for Roberts' seat.
A Senate run by ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Three current and former employees filed a lawsuit this week against the California Democratic Party and its former chairman, Eric Bauman, alleging discrimination and a culture of harassment and sexual ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Two California Democrats filed legislation Thursday that would give undocumented immigrant farmworkers and their families a path to legal resident status and possibly U.S. citizenship.
The legislation by Sen...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas -- Despite Thursday evening's federal appeals court ruling in Texas' favor, Planned Parenthood remains a state Medicaid provider, at least for now.
The ruling by a three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit ...Read more
Is it all right that I call you that? I feel a little weird about it, but would feel even weirder if I called you Mrs. Bezos, considering all that's going on.
There was last week's divorce announcement, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Democrats vowed Friday to investigate allegations that President Donald Trump instructed his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about Trump's pursuit of a proposed hotel and condo complex in ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A federal judge in South Carolina on Friday blocked the Trump administration from processing seismic testing permits for offshore oil drilling, a setback for the administration's efforts to assist energy ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the Outer Banks is among the national parks being vandalized while park staff are on furlough during the partial government shutdown.
The Outer Banks Preservation ...Read more
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Colombia is blaming the National Liberation Army, a leftist guerrilla group, for Thursday's deadly car bombing that left 21 dead and 68 injured – one of the worst terrorist attacks in the capital in a...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Three sitting members of Congress who have announced plans to seek the presidency in 2020 have a few things in common: they're all Democrats, they're all women, and they all sit on their respective chamber's ...Read more
The North American International Auto Show in Detroit will once again give car lovers reasons to brave the crowds and the cold, such as a chance to see the 2020 Ford Shelby GT 500 in the steel flesh.
But the auto show's ...Read more
Louis C.K. has brought his divisive stand-up comedy act to the West Coast, and it's already causing quite a stir.
The embattled comedian, who faced a series of sexual misconduct allegations in 2017, took the stage of San ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- A referendum to overturn a new law to end bail in California has qualified for the 2020 ballot, halting the landmark reform that has since soured its former supporters and galvanized a bail industry ...Read more
FALFURRIAS, Texas -- The college students took turns removing yellowed shards of bone from a trench carved between the headstones in this ranching town's cemetery.
The volunteers were here to help exhume the remains of ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif.--A federal judge Thursday blamed uninsulated power conductors owned by PG&E for the bulk of Northern California's wildfires the past two years – including the deadly Camp fire in Butte County – ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration has spent the past two years rolling back Temporary Protected Status for Haitians, Nicaraguans and Salvadorans amid a larger push to curtail immigration, but Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart is...Read more
BALTIMORE -- Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh ordered a security review after an IT staffer at the city's water agency gave himself special access to the computer of the Department of Public Works director and was found with...Read more
BALTIMORE -- The monitor overseeing reforms of the Baltimore Police Department said Thursday the dysfunction within the agency is so deep and widespread that it will take years longer than anticipated to root it out.
LOS ANGELES -- In the wake of lawsuits and citations over safety violations, wage theft and unfair labor practices, one of the nation's largest logistics companies announced it will shut down its massive warehouse ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Negotiations resumed Thursday for the first time in a week to settle the teachers' strike in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The talks resumed at City Hall under the aegis of Mayor Eric Garcetti, ...Read more
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