LOS ANGELES -- Hermelindo Che Coc learned his son was coming home and immediately began to prepare for his arrival.
Nearly two months had passed since he'd seen his 6-year-old boy after they were separated at the border while traveling from Guatemala to seek asylum.
On Saturday, the father mopped floors and washed bed sheets at the home in the...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The Elon Musk story took a bizarre turn Sunday morning, as the world famous entrepreneur took to Twitter to suggest a critic of his submarine rescue plan is a pedophile.
Musk's tweet was directed at British cave diver Vern Unsworth, who had participated in the rescue of 12 Thai children and their soccer coach from a water-filled ...Read more
To prevent school shootings like the one in Parkland, Fla., in February, the U.S. Secret Service released a guide intended to help schools identify troubled students and other threats to their campuses.
The agency urges schools to establish "threat assessment teams" -- groups comprising teachers, guidance counselors, coaches and administrators ...Read more
HELSINKI -- On the eve of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump Sunday described the European Union as a trading "foe," further unnerving some of America's closest partners after disruptive visits to NATO headquarters and the United Kingdom.
Trump has not said what he hopes to gain from four hours of ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- After months of negotiations could not secure an interview with President Donald Trump, special counsel Robert Mueller warned the president's lawyers in March that he could use a grand jury subpoena if necessary to compel his testimony.
That prompted a furious response from John M. Dowd, the president's lead attorney at the time. ...Read more
A forest fire burning near Yosemite National Park exploded to 4,000 acres, forcing the closing of a major highway into the park and prompting evacuations of nearby communities, officials said.
The fire was only 2 percent contained early Sunday, the day after a firefighter was killed battling the blaze.
The fire was burning in a wilderness area...Read more
CHICAGO -- A fatal shooting by Chicago police Saturday afternoon fueled a violent clash between officers and a large crowd of onlookers who threw bottles and rocks as officers hit back with clubs.
The shooting happened around 5:30 p.m. CDT on the South Side, and police took about five hours to bring the ensuing disturbance under control. Some ...Read more
The United States and North Korea have agreed to search for the remains of 5,300 U.S. soldiers who died in the Korean War and whose bodies were never recovered, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement Sunday.
The statement was issued after "the first general officer-level talks" between the two countries since 2009.
"Today's talks ...Read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a voluntary recall of several medications that contain the active ingredient valsartan, which is used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure.
"This recall is due to an impurity, N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which was found in the recalled products, the FDA said in a statement. "However, not...Read more
WASHINGTON –– President Donald Trump said the European Union is a "foe" of the U.S. in an interview after a contentious meeting last week with NATO allies.
Asked to name the U.S.'s "biggest foe globally" in an interview conducted Saturday and aired Sunday on CBS, Trump turned first to the EU, saying, "We have a lot of foes."
"I think the ...Read more
WASHINGTON –– The Trump administration dampened expectations for Monday's meeting in Helsinki between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"It isn't a summit," Jon Huntsman, the U.S. ambassador to Russia, said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "I've heard it called a summit. It's a meeting."
Trump faces intensifying...Read more
LOS ANGELES--A federal judge on Saturday ordered the Los Angeles Times to remove information from an article that described a plea agreement between prosecutors and a Glendale police detective accused of working with the Mexican Mafia, a move the newspaper decried as highly unusual and unconstitutional.
The agreement was supposed to have been ...Read more
- Trump calls European Union a US 'foe,' citing trade disputes
- Judge orders LA Times to alter story about Glendale cop, sparking protest from newspaper
- US, North Korea agree to search for remains of 5,300 soldiers
- 'I'm here. I'm here.' Father reunited with son amid tears, relief and fear of what's next
- Cave diver criticizes Musk's kid-sub rescue plan. Musk suggests he's a pedophile