SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Four people have been found dead in a home in Sacramento's South Land Park neighborhood, Sacramento police said Thursday.
Police reported Thursday morning that a possible suspect has been arrested in...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- The U.S. House Committee on Ethics voted to defer its investigation of Rep. Duncan Hunter's campaign spending, saying Thursday that it will hold off on its probe at the request of the Department of Justice.
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump wants to reform the immigration system to favor foreigners who have special skills that would contribute to the U.S. economy, breaking from a decadeslong practice of giving preference ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Sam Genco, at age 19, narrowly survived one of the United States' worst military aircraft carrier fires. Today, 50 years later, it's that ship's drinking water he says could be killing him.
Genco was ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Erin Macdonald has a Ph.D. in astrophysics, loves "Star Trek" and is education manager for World Space Week. She's also contemplating winning a seat in the Colorado state Legislature.
Macdonald wants to ...Read more
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LONDON -- The attacker who rammed pedestrians and stabbed a police officer in central London was a British-born man once investigated for "violent extremism," Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.
"The case is ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Ever since President Donald Trump was elected, people have been asking Pablo Alvarado:
If I get detained, you will protect me, right? You will help me so I don't get deported?
The longtime immigrant rights...Read more
Resisting Elegy: On Grief and RecoveryJoel Peckham
In this thoughtful collection of narratives, author Joel Peckham explores the transformative power of emotional and physical pain from the vantage point of a husband and parent who lost his wife and a child in an accident that left him in chronic distress. Along the way, he fills a need for a...
WASHINGTON -- Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominees act out a peculiar Washington ritual in which inquisitive senators gather before TV cameras to hear an aspiring justice politely refuse to answer their ...Read more
BERKELEY, Calif. -- Renowned philosopher and University of California, Berkeley professor emeritus John Searle has regularly sexually harassed his students and employees, and the university has just as routinely covered it...Read more
SEATTLE -- The owner of the Destination, the crab boat that went missing Feb. 11, said he had full confidence in the skills of the six lost crew, and that his own son was initially supposed to be part of that Bering Sea ...Read more
In 2015, a pair of economists received widespread attention for their study showing that since the late 1990s the death rate has been rising for middle-aged white Americans.
Now a new analysis by the same Princeton ...Read more
A federal appeals court said Thursday that it would hear arguments in early May over the Trump administration's appeal of a lower court's ruling against its travel ban, potentially leaving the ban stalled for several more ...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach spent her final days documenting murders.
She reported on the six people killed in a single night in her home state of Chihuahua, and on the assassination of a well-known...Read more
More than a cloud formation, what Jane Wiggins saw above the prosaic skyline of her central Iowa town looked like a foreboding, storm-incited sea at war with itself.
"It was frightening," Wiggins recalled Wednesday.
A ...Read more
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Graham B. Spanier and two of his top lieutenants at Pennsylvania State University agreed on a plan 16 years ago that ultimately allowed child sex predator Jerry Sandusky to roam free for a decade, ...Read more
ROME -- Up to 250 refugees are feared drowned off the Libyan coast, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, or UNHCR, said late Thursday.
On Twitter, UNHCR Italia spokeswoman Carlotta Sami spoke of "a tragedy" ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The head of the House Intelligence Committee partially backed away from his dramatic claim that officials in President Donald Trump's transition team had been subjects of surveillance by U.S. intelligence ...Read more
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