SAN DIEGO -- A leading animal rights group is taking its fight to stop SeaWorld trainers from riding dolphins during shows directly to the company's shareholders.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, which has ...Read more
MIAMI -- The mother of the UPS driver who was held hostage and killed last week said she was being kept in the dark by authorities about the details surrounding her son's death.
"Today is the fifth day and I know nothing....Read more
WASHINGTON -- U.S. officials have started to send families seeking asylum to Guatemala, even if they are not from the Central American country and had sought protection in the United States, the Los Angeles Times has ...Read more
The wrongful death trial of "Walking Dead" stuntman John Bernecker started Tuesday in Georgia, with AMC Networks' attorneys arguing that his tragic death was a result of his mistake.
Bernecker, who was 33, died in 2017 ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I have shared a friendship for 40 years with a woman who is known for having a quick temper. Although I have been on the receiving end of her anger many times, we manage to maintain our relationship.
She lives ...Read more
MIAMI -- Chloe Wiegand was 18 months old when she plummeted 11 stories to her death on Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas in July.
Three months later, Puerto Rican law enforcement authorities charged Chloe's ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday began its long slog of a session to finalize articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, a procedurally complex process that will probably continue ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The White House budget office on Wednesday defended its temporary withholding of almost $400 million in Ukraine security-related funds earlier this year, saying the episode was in keeping with longstanding ...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's Senate majority leader is pushing for passage of changes to a new free-trade deal with the U.S. and Canada by the end of this week after the governments of the three nations completed months of ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office on Wednesday dropped all charges against an 18-year-old accused of fatally shooting his twin brother this month in their father's apartment, and DA Larry Krasner ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Six Indian citizens pleaded guilty to a visa fraud conspiracy after a federal government sting ensnared hundreds of foreign students at a fake university, according to government officials.
The six men...Read more
WASHINGTON -- When the House Judiciary Committee began its historic session Wednesday night to consider two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, one issue was glaringly absent -- Russia.
For three years...Read more
MIAMI -- Several Miami and West Palm Beach VA Healthcare System workers and the owners of local medical supply companies were indicted in an alleged kickback scheme that netted the suppliers millions of dollars in proceeds...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas -- Former Vice President Joe Biden has opened up a commanding 20-point lead in the Texas Democratic primary, according to a CNN poll released Wednesday.
Among likely Democratic primary voters, 35% say they ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx on Wednesday kicked off the first wave in a mass effort to automatically clear tens of thousands of low-level marijuana convictions from court records on the eve of the ...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- As paintings go, it is tiny -- about the size of a cereal box.
But the controversy it has incited is huge.
There, riding bareback on a white horse, is Emiliano Zapata, the Mexican revolutionary leader who,...Read more
Lawsuit by Sandy Hook families against gun manufacturer will go to trial in 2021
WATERBURY, Conn. -- A lawsuit by nine families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings against the company that made the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is being sued over allegedly failing to preserve official notes about President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and a court ruled Wednesday that ...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- A second federal judge barred President Donald Trump from using military construction funds for his Mexico border wall, with a U.S. court ruling Wednesday in Oakland, Calif., echoing one Tuesday in El Paso...Read more
NIAMEY, Niger -- An attack on a military camp in western Niger has left 71 military personnel dead, according to an army statement read on national television late Wednesday.
Fifty-seven of the attackers were also killed,...Read more
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