Your Questions About the U.S.-Iran Standoff, Answered
Hostilities are heating up between the United States and Iran and while President Donald Trump says he's not looking to go to war with Tehran, it's unclear how the standoff can...
5 hours ago - Fortune - 4 articles
Official: Guatemala hasn't agreed to be safe third country
A Guatemalan cabinet official says the government has not agreed to become a so-called "safe third country" for migrants seeking asylum as suggested by U.S. President Donald...
5 hours ago - ABC News - 2 articles
Trump Tariffs on Chinese Goods Could Lead to a ‘Bible Tax'
Book publishers are imploring President Donald Trump not to impose "a Bible tax.'' Proposed tariffs on $300 billion in Chinese goods would include printed materials, which...
5 hours ago - Fortune - 2 articles
Experts say blackout in Argentina should have been limited
Experts say power companies in Argentina should have spotted problems before blackout spread
6 hours ago - ABC News
Canada reapproves contentious Pacific coast pipeline
Canada's federal government has reapproved the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion that would nearly triple the flow of oil from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific...
6 hours ago - ABC News - 2 articles
America's Vacuum at the U.N
It is now almost half a year since the United States has had an ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley's designated successor, former Trump administration ambassador to...
6 hours ago - Politico
Trump: Fed Chief Could Be an Unpaid Intern Before the Week Is Out
The president suggests a demotion could be in the offing if Jerome Powell doesn't cut rates ASAP.
6 hours ago - Vanity Fair
The Postal Service Wants To Make Deep Cuts To Worker Benefits, Internal Plan Shows
The agency hopes to get Congress' help in trimming pensions and paid leave, as well as slashing delivery service.
6 hours ago - The Huffington Post
Canada needs to regulate social media giants: international report
OTTAWA - An international report says Canada has taken "commendable" steps to safeguard this fall's federal election from foreign interference.
6 hours ago - National Post
A Foreigner Paid $200,000 for Tickets to Trump's Inaugural. Now He Says He Was Duped
A lawsuit by a Ukrainian-Russian developer highlights the lucrative business of accommodating wealthy foreigners' interests in getting access to the Trump administration.
6 hours ago - NY Times
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Trump kicks off 2020 campaign at Orlando rally
The president is hoping to replicate the dynamics that allowed him to capture the Republican Party nomination and then the presidency in 2016 as an insurgent intent on...
Feds seize $1 billion worth of cocaine in massive Philadelphia drug bust
Federal authorities discovered 16.5 tons of cocaine on a ship in a Philadelphia and arrested members of the crew in one of the largest drug busts in the area's history...
‘Attack squirrel' hopped up on meth rescued during drug bust
Rocky's got nothing on this flying squirrel. An “attack squirrel” in a cage was hopped up on methamphetamine so it would stay aggressive, authorities said. Limestone County...
Trump: Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan withdraws his nomination
Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan withdraws his nomination, Army Secretary Esper will be new acting secretary, according to the president.
Huge earthquake strikes Japan, triggers tsunami warning
A massive earthquake struck northwestern Japan - prompting officials to issue a warning of a tsunami that could reach heights of more than three feet along parts of the coast...
Max Scherzer breaks nose in bunting catastrophe
Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer broke his nose during a bunting drill on Tuesday. A ball deflected off Scherzer's bat and into his face during pitcher's batting practice...
Sprouts Farmers Market recalls frozen spinach in several states due to...
You might want to check the fridge.
'Hunger Games' author Suzanne Collins releasing a prequel about Panem
A new prequel to the hit book series is coming to a district near you in 2020.
California governor calls Native American treatment genocide
Gov. Gavin Newsom formally apologized Tuesday and pushed the state to reckon with California's dark history of violence, mistreatment and neglect of Native Americans, saying it...
Celtics free agency rumors: Al Horford changes course, expected to sign with...
Horford is planning to leave the Celtics and sign a four-year contract with a different team, according to a report from the Boston Herald.