WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office have been defined more by what he's undone than what he's done.
Gone, with the stroke of Trump's pen or publication of a memo, are a host of Obama-era rules ...Read more
MILFORD, Pa. -- A jury Wednesday ordered the death penalty for Eric Frein, the man who gunned down two state police troopers outside their Pike County barracks in 2014 and then eluded more than 1,000 law enforcement ...Read more
Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, whose creative restlessness and wide-ranging curiosity about all facets of the human condition animated such diverse films as "Something Wild," "Stop Making Sense," "The Silence of ...Read more
Crushing news: One of the warmest, brightest American filmmakers to come of age in the 1970s, Jonathan Demme, has died at age 73.
The online film site Indiewire reported Wednesday that the Oscar-winning director of "The ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I'm 15. I lost my dad two months ago. I found him when I got out of the shower. He had overdosed on heroin.
Heroin controlled Dad's life ever since I was little, but that never stopped me from being me. My ...Read more
Cherimoya, samphire, jabuticaba, kiwano, pumelo and Romanesco. No, that is not the name of an international law firm, or the six magic words that will open the hidden door in King Tut's tomb. Those are very memorable ...Read more
MILWAUKEE -- Just days before they might have had to close, most of the Wisconsin dairy farms caught up in a trade dispute with Canada have found buyers for their milk, enabling them to stay in business.
At risk had been ...Read more
BERKELEY, Calif. -- Authorities expected violence. They issued warnings to those in the Berkeley area to steer clear of the fray. Behind face shields and helmets, they lined the streets, girding themselves for disorder.
President Donald Trump on Friday is expected to sign an executive order that could open large parts of the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic oceans to new oil and gas drilling, a prospect that elicited a fierce backlash in ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The House will not vote on a measure to repeal and replace the 2010 health care law Friday or Saturday, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Thursday.
"We've been educating people on health care," he ...Read more
TOKYO -- U.S. President Donald Trump said he sees the chance of a "major, major conflict" with North Korea over its nuclear program, though he prefers a diplomatic solution, according to an interview with Reuters.
"There ...Read more
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- After brutally pummeling his pregnant wife to death with a pipe wrench in front of their four children Wednesday night, Claude Sejour called 911 and waited outside his home for authorities to arrive, ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A Los Angeles County judge gave prosecutors the go-ahead Thursday to begin searching dozens of boxes of documents belonging to Robert Durst -- a boon for the district attorney's office as it builds its ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Domestic aluminum has emerged as a priority industry for President Donald Trump, who ordered his administration to fast-track an investigation of whether imports are jeopardizing national security.
Trump ...Read more
SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Protesters stormed the Parliament building in the Republic of Macedonia, police and party officials said, injuring dozens of people as a 5-month-old political crisis spiraled into violence.
Scores of ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Liberal sanctuary cities in California and elsewhere may well win their legal battle against President Donald Trump thanks to Supreme Court rulings once heralded by conservatives, including a 2012 opinion ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Since 2008, when an empty gallery in lower Manhattan lined its windows with striking sky-blue posters advertising the Jackie Robinson Museum, pedestrians have been trying to get in and callers have been ...Read more
Trump gives 'dirty war' records to Argentina's leader
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump on Thursday handed over to Argentine President Mauricio Macri a trove of declassified documents from the South American nation's ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Former national security adviser Michael Flynn's legal troubles worsened Thursday when a House committee disclosed that the Pentagon inspector general is investigating whether the retired Army three-star ...Read more
PITTSBURGH -- Police said a Washington County, Pa., woman stole a car with her 5-year-old nephew in the back seat and set it on fire while they were both inside, forcing bystanders to intervene and save the child.
- Dragged passenger reaches settlement with United Airlines
- Suspect in Delaware trooper's slaying is shot dead by police
- Inmate attacks and kills female sergeant in NC prison, officials say
- VIDEO: Mother duck watches police officer rescue 12 ducklings from storm drain
- Think Trump didn't achieve much in his first 100 days? Think again