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Migrant Caravan Sets Sight on Getting to Mexico City

Migrant Caravan Sets Sight on Getting to Mexico City

Thousands of bone-tired Central Americans set their sights on Mexico City on Sunday after undertaking a grueling journey through a part of Mexico that has been particularly treacherous for migrants

Massive drug trafficking trial begins for 'El Chapo' in New York

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman goes on trial in New York on Monday, accused of running the world’s biggest drug cartel and spending a quarter of a century smuggling more than 155 tons of cocaine into the

Obama, Trump stump for duelling visions as hotly contested US midterms near

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Barack Obama made dueling election appearances on Sunday, offering sharply different views on the country’s problems but agreeing on the high stakes for voters in
Volunteering To Save Lives

Volunteering To Save Lives

Tornadoes, hurricanes, fires and earthquakes are not a rare occurrence in California. Julia Vassey introduces us to people who are trying to be prepared to not only survive these cataclysms
'El Chapo' Trial Set to Begin in New York

'El Chapo' Trial Set to Begin in New York

The trial of accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman begins Monday in New York with jury selection.Authorities are boosting security for the trial, including keeping confidential the names
US Reimposes Sanctions on Iran's Oil, Financial Sectors

US Reimposes Sanctions on Iran's Oil, Financial Sectors

The United States reimposed sanctions on Iran's oil industry and financial sector Monday, following through on President Donald Trump's pledge to roll back relief Iran received as part of the
US Candidates Making Final Appeals to Midterm Voters

US Candidates Making Final Appeals to Midterm Voters

U.S. congressional candidates and high-profile advocates are using their final full day of campaigning Monday to try to attract voters as the nation's major political parties battle for control of the
Repair Cafés Help Keep Trash Out of Landfills, Build Community

Repair Cafés Help Keep Trash Out of Landfills, Build Community

According to the most recent Environmental Protection Agency data, about 262 million tons of municipal solid waste were generated in the U.S. in 2015. But while trash proliferation remains a global
Mosques Encourage Vote as Part of Last Pitch to Midterm Voters

Mosques Encourage Vote as Part of Last Pitch to Midterm Voters

Mosques in the Midwest U.S. state of Minnesota are urging worshipers and people of color to vote in Tuesday's midterm election. In the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis, Sheikh Abdirahman
Oklahoma Earthquake Prompts Shutdown of Well

Oklahoma Earthquake Prompts Shutdown of Well

State oil and gas regulators in Oklahoma have ordered the indefinite shutdown of a disposal well after an earthquake struck nearby.The 3.3 magnitude quake was reported Sunday night near Bridge Creek,
Path to Power: House Races to Watch on Election Night

Path to Power: House Races to Watch on Election Night

The path to power in the House runs through a few dozen districts in Tuesday’s election, with Republicans defending their majority and Democrats looking to gain 23 seats they would need to win
In Georgia, Online Voting System Problems Alleged

In Georgia, Online Voting System Problems Alleged

Georgia's online voter database morphed into a last-minute curveball in one of the nation's hottest governor's races, with Republican nominee Brian Kemp making a hacking allegation against Democrats
Why Young Voters Find It So Hard to Get to the Polls

Why Young Voters Find It So Hard to Get to the Polls

It’s disinterest. It’s selfishness. It’s preoccupation with avocado toast.For Americans under 30 — who only recently became the largest voting bloc in the U.S. and are oft-maligned for lack of civic
Partial Power Restored at Bradley International Airport

Partial Power Restored at Bradley International Airport

Officials with Connecticut's Bradley International Airport say an early morning power outage that left travelers stranded in the dark has been partially restored.The airport tweeted at 7 a.m. Monday
Europe Remembers One of Deadliest Conflicts in Human History

Europe Remembers One of Deadliest Conflicts in Human History

Their pain has long gone. No odor from the gas warfare they endured remains. There are no echoes of the thump of artillery, no reverberation of the clash of arms, no sound of fusillades or the
Bono to Congress: Thanks for Ignoring Trump on AIDS Funding

Bono to Congress: Thanks for Ignoring Trump on AIDS Funding

Bono has a message for the U.S. Congress: Thanks for ignoring President Donald Trump.Trump has sought to slash hundreds of millions of dollars from U.S. funding for AIDS programs at home and abroad,
Supreme Court Leaves Unenforced Net Neutrality Rules on Books

Supreme Court Leaves Unenforced Net Neutrality Rules on Books

The legal battle to abolish Obama-era net neutrality rules designed to ensure internet providers give equal access to all online traffic ended Monday with the U.S. Supreme Court declining to take up
Longoria, Ferrera, Saldana and More Rally for Latino Votes

Longoria, Ferrera, Saldana and More Rally for Latino Votes

Eva Longoria, Rosario Dawson, Zoe Saldana, America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez took to the streets of Miami, leading hundreds of people while chanting “Si se puede” or “Yes we can” in attempt to rally
Fed Likely to Keep Rates on Hold and Sketch A Bright Outlook

Fed Likely to Keep Rates on Hold and Sketch A Bright Outlook

With the economy strong, wages rising and unemployment at a near-five-decade low, the Federal Reserve remains on track to keep raising interest rates - just not this week.After the Fed's latest policy
Turkey Accuses Saudis of Trying to Cover Up Journalist's Killing

Turkey Accuses Saudis of Trying to Cover Up Journalist's Killing

Turkey is accusing Saudi Arabia of dispatching agents to Istanbul last month with the express aim of covering up the killing of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi inside Riyadh's consulate.A Turkish