PHILADELPHIA -- For the second week in a row, an Eagles fan has been arrested at Lincoln Financial Field after allegedly punching a police horse.
According to police, Andrew Tornetta, 19, of North Wales, became verbally ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Monday called on Turkey to show restraint as its forces attacked U.S.-backed militias in northern Syria for a third day, the latest strain in relations between Washington ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- White House officials on Monday did not signal opposition to a possible deal among senators that could lead to the end of a government shutdown that has bled into the workweek.
After negotiating all day with...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A government shutdown always unleashes a cascade of political histrionics, and chief among those is lawmakers "refusing" their salaries.
Scores of senators and House members sent out news releases over the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon is churning out a frenzy of strategy documents that bolster President Donald Trump's calls for a massive -- and pricey -- military buildup that includes new weaponry and more troops. The ...Read more
Of all the dystopian young adult franchises that "The Hunger Games" hath wrought, "The Maze Runner" series has always been the one of the most forthrightly entertaining -- and the sweatiest. But that sweat is evidence of ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A series of energy- and environment-related nominees are stuck in limbo as procedural roadblocks, or "holds," pile up over concerns by Republican and Democratic lawmakers about policy implementations by the ...Read more
JERUSALEM -- Vice President Mike Pence told the Israeli parliament Monday that the United States will open an embassy in Jerusalem by the end of 2019 to make good on recognizing the disputed holy city as Israel's capital. ...Read more
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Believing herself responsible for her father’s fatal diving accident, Rachel Lyons has withdrawn from the world and assumed a safe position at a foundation office.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 ...
LOS ANGELES -- At least six of the 21 people killed in the devastating mudslides in Montecito nearly two weeks ago were in voluntary evacuation zones, while 11 others were along the border of the voluntary and mandatory ...Read more
When redheaded Scott Thompson, aka Carrot Top, told his friends he wanted to get into the comedy business, they laughed at him. He thought that was a really good sign! Now, after major success for a couple of decades, he ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I recently was rejected for a job that would have turned into a career. I put all my eggs in one basket, so to speak, and told everyone around me during the process that it was looking good. I am humiliated ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Amazon Go is a go for the masses.
The retailer's cashierless convenience store opened its doors to the public Monday, a debut that follows a nearly 14-month trial run open only to the Seattle company's ...Read more
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Inspiration comes from odd sources. For actor Allen Leech, who played the Irish chauffeur who worked his way into the family on "Downton Abbey," inspiration rose from what he calls "the depths of ...Read more
After sodden hillsides thundered into Montecito, Calif., obliterating scores of homes and killing nearly two dozen people, seven days went by before President Donald Trump first acknowledged the disaster.
Even then, word ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he argued against President Barack Obama's Afghanistan war strategy that set dates for the drawdown of U.S. troops. He supports a decision by President Donald Trump to ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A group of progressive House Democrats is preparing to make a major effort in its party's primaries this year, buoyed by a surge in liberal energy that has left them flush with cash and enough confidence to ...Read more
PARK CITY, Utah -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says thanks for asking, but she has no plans to retire anytime soon.
She has law clerks on staff through the court's 2020 term. The earliest she could step down...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- "The Shape of Water," Guillermo del Toro's striking, sensual fantasy film, won the Producers Guild of America's top honor Saturday night at the PGA Awards, cementing its place as one of the front-runners in ...Read more
PARK CITY, Utah -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has had her fair share of "Me too" moments throughout her life.
During a Sundance "Cinema Cafe" chat Sunday with NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg and a small ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The government shutdown is fast becoming an unwelcome and costly staple of American democracy. After the last prolonged closing delivered a substantial hit to the economy and created hardship and frustration ...Read more
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