LIMA, Peru -- Peru toughened its rules for Venezuelans entering the country, following similar moves by other governments in the region struggling to cope with a surge in the number of migrants fleeing the escalating ...Read more
HARTFORD, Conn.--The K2 victims had a chance to help themselves, and some of them stepped up, aiding detectives in quickly identifying three men tied to the distribution of the smokable synthetic compound that led to 114 ...Read more
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Washington is known for its political blockbusters, but the biggest show in town this steamy summer is the Paul Manafort trial, where nervous lawyers, edgy reporters and chattering gawkers are on a hair-...Read more
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip -- Two Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire when clashes broke out during weekly protests in the Gaza Strip on Friday, the Gaza Health Ministry said, adding that 241 people were injured.
Speculation mounted Friday that Tesla Inc.'s board will hire an executive to run the electric-car maker's daily operations after the erratic behavior of Elon Musk, its billionaire founder and chief executive, roiled the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Criminal proceedings were suspended Friday for the man accused of setting the nearly 23,000-acre Holy fire that tore through Orange and Riverside counties, the Orange County district attorney's office said. ...Read more
A man who admitted hacking into the accounts of actress Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities is asking a federal judge for leniency.
George Garofano of North Branford, Conn., is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 29 by ...Read more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A man who jumped into Table Rock Lake to help passengers after a tour boat sank says he has suffered physically and emotionally and is suing the owner and captain of the Ride the Ducks vessel.
Gregory ...Read more
WASHINGTON--Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee -- hero or villain? Inquiring Mississippi Republican U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel wants to know.
McDaniel took to Twitter and Facebook on Thursday to conduct his own ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Andy Barr's comparison of his job in Congress -- "where ideas matter" -- to his opponent's military service -- "where execution matters" -- kicked off a storm of controversy Thursday, and a request for ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Broad failures at all levels of Chicago Public Schools kept officials from preventing and responding to sexual misconduct that occurred throughout the nation's third-largest school system, according to a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Making good on President Donald Trump's stated desire to reduce the U.S. role in Syria, the State Department announced Friday it was eliminating $230 million in funding for "stabilization" projects in the war...Read more
Google clarified that it does in fact collect users' location data, even if the user's Location History setting is turned off. The admission comes days after a report uncovered the Silicon Valley giant stored the data from...Read more
California payrolls grew by 46,700 jobs in July, a significant gain that came as the unemployment rate held at a record low of 4.2 percent, according to data released Friday by the state's Employment Development Department...Read more
A federal appeals court has tossed out a $1.4 billion U.S. Tax Court ruling that found in favor of Medtronic, saying that the lower court failed to analyze several relevant factors related to the Minnesota-run medical ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said he's asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study ending quarterly reporting for U.S. businesses in order to ease regulations and spur growth.
"In speaking with some of ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Actors Jeff and Beau Bridges, along with their sister, own a four-bedroom Malibu home with access to a semi-private beach and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
They inherited it from their mother, who ...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- Paul Hansmeier, a Minneapolis lawyer who pioneered a lucrative scheme suing thousands of people for copyright violations after they downloaded pornography that he and a partner had planted on an internet ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Clad in military jackets, with bandannas hiding their faces, Eddie Alvarez and other members of the Brown Berets clashed with other protesters in Murrieta in July 2014.
On one side, more than 200 anti-...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In a remarkable rebuke to President Donald Trump, 13 former U.S. intelligence chiefs have signed a harshly worded letter in support of former CIA Director John Brennan after Trump abruptly revoked his ...Read more
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- Lawyer who defended immigrants could face her own deportation
- Trips for sex with Dominican minors earn man 17-year sentence
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- Back-to-back court losses show limits of Trump's environment deregulation