BOGOTA, Colombia -- Interpol on Thursday published an international arrest warrant for Jesus Santrich, one of Colombia's best-known former guerrilla leaders who is wanted on drug trafficking charges by the United States.
WASHINGTON -- As President Trump considers tax cuts to bolster a weakening economy and his reelection prospects, the financial wild card may be the American consumer.
Consumer spending of late has outperformed ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Conservative radio talk show host and former tea party-backed U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh is weighing a presidential run and will make a final decision in September, he told the Chicago Tribune.
Walsh, an Illinois ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- A 20-year-old Philadelphia man who recently defended his relationship with his transgender girlfriend in a video that went viral was found dead Sunday -- friends say by suicide -- setting off a national ...Read more
SOLVANG, Calif. -- After posing for photos with her family by a statue of Danish fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen, Kat Grant pondered what President Donald Trump could do with Greenland, should he buy the icy ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: My husband lost his job. He had worked there since we were married 10 years ago, and earned top wages because he had been with them for so long. Two years into our marriage, when we found out we were expecting ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Before departing to France to attend the G-7 summit, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened the host country with a wine tax amid already strained relations with long-standing European allies.
"I don't like ...Read more
DILLEY, Texas -- The acting chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Friday during a tour of a Texas migrant family detention center that the federal agency was preparing for the average stay for families to ...Read more
LONDON -- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson heads into this weekend's Group of 7 summit with a particular distinction: Of all the leaders taking part, none has been the recipient of such lavish praise from President ...Read more
AMMAN, Jordan -- News that Israel was behind airstrikes in Iraq has reinvigorated calls to oust U.S. forces from the country.
A U.S. official confirmed Friday that Israel had struck a base for the Hashd al Shaabi, an ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- A former Under Armour executive has filed a racial discrimination and defamation lawsuit against the Baltimore-based athletic apparel company and his manager, alleging his boss disparaged him and treated him ...Read more
EAST ST. LOUIS -- An Illinois State Police trooper was fatally shot while executing a search warrant early Friday in a residential neighborhood here.
Trooper Nick Hopkins, 33, with 10 year's experience on the force, died ...Read more
Co-worker charged with murder in Cal State Fullerton stabbing
LOS ANGELES -- A man who police say fatally stabbed his co-worker, a retired Cal State Fullerton administrator, in a campus parking lot was charged Friday in ...Read more
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday authorized the deployment of troops to help fight wildfires in the country's Amazon region as EU leaders warned the fires posed a danger to the entire planet...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- As President Donald Trump stokes debate about whether the Federal Reserve is doing enough to keep the economy strong, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis put forth one more idea this ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A man who police say fatally stabbed his co-worker, a retired Cal State Fullerton administrator, in a campus parking lot was charged Friday in the slaying.
Chuyen Van Vo, 51, is facing a murder charge along...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration suggested the blistering summer heat in Iraq, not alleged Israeli airstrikes, may have been responsible for at least some of the recent explosions that have destroyed Iraqi weapons ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Al Franken is ready to make his comeback.
After resigning from the U.S. Senate at the beginning of 2018 due to sexual harassment allegations, the comedian is working with Hollywood firm United Talent Agency...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minneapolis City Council on Friday signed off on a $200,000 settlement to the family of Jamar Clark, bringing to an end an emotional chapter in the city's history of police-community relations.
After ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Several large federal agencies continue to be at risk for cyberattacks even as the number of cyber incidents reported during fiscal 2018 fell compared with the previous year, the Office of Management and ...Read more
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