WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court justices sounded closely split Tuesday during arguments over whether President Donald Trump properly revoked the Obama-era policy that has allowed 700,000 young immigrants to live and work ...Read more
Promoting her much-discussed plan to create a single-payer "Medicare for All" health system, Sen. Elizabeth Warren emphasized a striking figure.
"If we make no changes over the next 10 years, Americans will reach into ...Read more
The dance contest finally overtook the popularity contest this season on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer was ejected Monday night. Spicer and country singer Lauren Alaina ...Read more
An all-star cast.
Decades' worth of "Star Wars" lore.
Disney's deep pockets.
There was no question about the media giant's aspirations for its streaming service, Disney+, when it launched early Tuesday morning with "The...Read more
Q: I often present to groups and have received feedback that my PowerPoint slides are dry (actually, the word "boring" was used). I agree but don't know what to do to get more creative.
--Philipp, 56, strategy team ...Read more
New foreign investment rules proposed by the U.S. Treasury Department are compounding regulatory risks for mergers and acquisitions in the global financial technology market, analysts say.
The proposed rules, which are ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has been manufacturing more cars and trucks than its U.S. dealers are willing to accept, at one point creating a nationwide glut of about 40,000 unordered vehicles and stoking ...Read more
TEL AVIV, Israel -- Two senior Islamic Jihad leaders were targeted in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City and west of Damascus on Tuesday, sparking one of the worst rounds of Israeli-Gaza violence in five years.
Baha Abu al-...Read more
Two songs from Stephen Sondheim's "Company" -- "You Could Drive a Person Crazy," used as a party diversion, and "Being Alive," deployed as cathartic expression of discovery -- make their entrance late in the game of "...Read more
ATLANTA -- Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was out of surgery Tuesday morning after undergoing a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain from a subdural hematoma.
A spokeswoman for Carter said there were no ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be feted Wednesday at the White House despite his attacks on a longtime U.S. ally, his purchase of military equipment from Russia and calls from lawmakers in both ...Read more
MEXICO CITY -- He was the last of the so-called pink tide leftist leaders who swept to power in Latin America more than a decade ago.
As president of Bolivia, Evo Morales oversaw brisk economic growth and an expanding ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I'm recently divorced. We have two wonderful children ages 6 and 11. I try to spend as much time with them as possible because it's important to me, even if it means spending time with my ex-wife.
The woman I ...Read more
TIJUANA, Mexico -- Only 40 numbers stood between Miguel and his family's turn to ask for asylum in the United States.
Fleeing cartel violence in south Mexico, they have been waiting in Tijuana for five months for their ...Read more
BEIJING -- The U.S.-China trade war reignited the debate over which developing countries in Asia could take over the mantle of the world's workshop. The front-runners? India and Indonesia.
A report published Tuesday by ...Read more
TEL AVIV, Israel -- Palestinian militant groups on Tuesday fired several rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip after a senior military leader of a Palestinian militant group and his wife were killed in an Israeli ...Read more
ATLANTA -- Former President Jimmy Carter, 95, was admitted into Emory University Hospital on Monday for a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain, stemming from his recent falls, the Carter Center said.
The Carter ...Read more
ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkey's purchase of an advanced Russian missile system will top the agenda for Recep Tayyip Erdogan's meeting with Donald Trump on Wednesday, a "critical" meeting that's set to shape the future of ties ...Read more
SpaceX launches 60 Starlink satellites, hitting major milestones in rocket reusability
ORLANDO, Fla. -- SpaceX hit several major milestones with a launch of its next cluster of Starlink Internet satellites on Monday ...Read more
Citing market headwinds, U.S. Steel will lay off up to 40 nonunion workers at its Minntac and Keetac taconite plants on Minnesota's Iron Range, officials said.
The news comes a week after disappointing third-quarter ...Read more
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