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Social Security increase? It ain’t much

Millions of Social Security recipients and federal retirees will get only tiny increases in benefits next year, the fifth year in a row that older Americans will have to settle for historically low

Trump’s ‘brand’ loses luster

Event planner Beth Bernstein decided she had had enough with Donald Trump after his 2005 hot-mic boasts about groping women came to light earlier this month. She removed photos of weddings she had

Trump U. staff molested children, pushed drugs

Donald Trump says he hand-picked only the best to teach success at Trump University. But dozens of those hired by the company had checkered pasts — including serious financial problems and even

DST ends: Sleep an extra hour Saturday night

Time won’t fly this weekend. In fact, it’ll actually hitch a ride back. Daylight saving time is ending and it’s back to standard time for most people in the United States. The annual fall ritual means

Melania Trump paid as model without USA work visa

Melania Trump was paid for 10 modeling jobs in the United States worth $20,056 that occurred in the seven weeks before she had legal permission to work in the country, according to detailed accounting

Trump protests surge across America

Another night of nationwide protests against Donald Trump’s election came to a head in Portland, where thousands marched and some smashed store windows, lit firecrackers and sparked a dumpster blaze.

Immigrants worry about future with Trump

President-elect Donald Trump launched his candidacy on an anti-immigrant sentiment and has vowed to repeal a key Obama administration program that shields hundreds of thousands of people from

Trump backing off on immigration plans?

President-elect Donald Trump’s tough-talking plan to rein in illegal immigration showed signs of cracking on Sunday, with the president-elect seemingly backing off his vow to build a solid wall along

Slavery rears its ugly head in Colorado

It seemed like a no-brainer: Colorado’s voters were asked to eliminate an archaic and offensive reference to slavery as a punishment for a crime in the state Constitution. But a week after the vote,

Screw-ups mark Trump foreign-leader meet

One day before U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japanese officials said they had not finalized when or where in New York it

Delay sought in Trump ‘University’ trial

A federal judge on Friday will consider arguments on President-elect Donald Trump’s latest request to delay a civil fraud trial involving his now-defunct Trump University until after his inauguration

Trump fear lights up immigration hotlines

Immigration hotlines are buzzing. Legal clinics are seeing an influx of clients. Public schools are fielding frantic questions from parents and students. Since the election, Donald Trump’s tough talk

Flynn: Another loose cannon for Trump?

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the man Donald Trump has asked to be his national security adviser, built a reputation in the Army as an astute intelligence professional and a straight talker. What

AG nominee Sessions accused of racism

The Senate confirmation hearing of Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Attorney General, is likely to rehash racially charged allegations that derailed his efforts to become a

Trump settles suits on fraudulent school

President-elect Donald Trump agreed Friday to pay $25 million to settle several lawsuits alleging that his now-defunct school for real estate investors defrauded students who paid up to $35,000 to

Trump’s picks: ‘Racist’ & ‘insulting’

Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s choices for leadership posts threaten national unity and promise to turn back the clock on progress for racial, religious and sexual minorities, civil rights

Sessions: Another racist for Trump

Charges of racism against attorney-general designate Jeff Sessions will most likely arise during his Senate confirmation hearings and could add to the growing perception that President-elect Donald

Long-shot to stop Trump in EC

Grassroots campaigns have sprung up around the country to try to persuade members of the Electoral College to do something that has never been done in American history — deny the presidency to the

Ed. boss: Paddling students is abuse

Education Secretary John B. King Jr. is urging governors and school leaders in states that allow student paddling to end a practice he said would be considered “criminal assault or battery” against an

Many Americans hate Trump’s wall

All along the winding Rio Grande, the people who live in this bustling, fertile region where the U.S. border meets the Gulf of Mexico never quite understood how Donald Trump’s great wall could ever be