CHICAGO -- A veteran Chicago police officer was sentenced to five years in prison Monday for firing 16 times into a moving vehicle filled with teens, wounding two.
Marco Proano, 42, who was the first Chicago cop in memory...Read more
SAN ANTONIO -- The Senate's No. 2 Republican is making it clear: No changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement go anywhere without Congress' say.
As trade representatives from the United States, Canada and Mexico ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Robert Mueller's team is requesting a special hearing in its case against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates due to a potential conflict posed by a lawyer who represents both Gates and a movie producer in a ...Read more
Severed Threads (Volume 1)Kaylin McFarren
Believing herself responsible for her father’s fatal diving accident, Rachel Lyons has withdrawn from the world and assumed a safe position at a foundation office. When called upon by a museum director to assist her former love interest with the recovery of a cursed ...
WASHINGTON -- The White House on Monday joined a growing chorus of Republicans declining to formally back embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore but stressing that the GOP-held seat is too important to lose.
The ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- National security officials are urging President Donald Trump to approve the sale of nearly $50 million worth of U.S. weapons to Ukraine, which has confronted what it sees as military aggression from Russia ...Read more
BUENOS AIRES -- Two Argentine navy vessels searching for the missing submarine ARA San Juan have detected "a continuing noise" on the route where it disappeared, the navy said Monday.
The noise was detected about 225 ...Read more
JOHANNESBURG -- Zimbabwe's ruling party expects to start impeachment proceedings against longtime President Robert Mugabe in parliament Tuesday, after he failed to meet a deadline set by the party for him to step down.
WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen submitted her resignation Monday, effective when her successor is sworn in, providing President Donald Trump another seat to fill on the central bank's board.
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