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Former US Diplomat: Shutdown Hurts US Standing Abroad

Former US Diplomat: Shutdown Hurts US Standing Abroad

With the partial U.S. government shutdown set to head into its third week, office closures and employee furloughs are making a bigger impact on government services.But at U.S. embassies and consulates
US Supreme Court to Take New Look at Partisan Electoral Districts

US Supreme Court to Take New Look at Partisan Electoral Districts

The Supreme Court is plunging back into the issue of whether electoral districts can be too partisan.Disputes have arisen in cases involving North Carolina's heavily Republican congressional map and a

Florida Driver Saved Moments From Drowning In Overturned Car Sinking In Mud

There's a very thin line between life and death and a 20-year-old woman luckily escaped unharmed. |
Grand Jury Extended in Trump-Russia Probe

Grand Jury Extended in Trump-Russia Probe

The term of the grand jury being used by U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation of possible collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign has been
Court Backs Curbs on Transgender Military Service

Court Backs Curbs on Transgender Military Service

A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of a Trump administration policy of restricting transgender people from serving in the military.The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia
Decorated Navy Veteran Pleads Not Guilty to Charges of War Crimes

Decorated Navy Veteran Pleads Not Guilty to Charges of War Crimes

Edward Gallagher, a decorated Navy veteran, has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of war crimes while serving in Iraq.Gallagher entered his plea at an arraignment Friday at Naval Base San
Washington Governor to Pardon Some Marijuana Convictions

Washington Governor to Pardon Some Marijuana Convictions

Washington state will create a streamlined system to pardon people convicted of misdemeanor marijuana possession before the drug was legal, under an initiative launched Friday by Governor Jay Inslee,
California Utility Assessing Finances Amid Wildfire Links

California Utility Assessing Finances Amid Wildfire Links

The parent company of California's largest utility said Friday it is assessing its finances and structure in its effort to confront a growing liability threat from wildfires blamed on the
Death Valley Latest National Park Affected by Shutdown

Death Valley Latest National Park Affected by Shutdown

The National Park Service says parts of Death Valley National Park closed Friday, the latest park to suffer the effects of the partial government shutdown.Officials say several campsites in the park
Weather Channel App Sued, Accused of Selling Users’ Data

Weather Channel App Sued, Accused of Selling Users’ Data

People relied on the most popular mobile weather app to track forecasts that determined whether they chose jeans over shorts and packed a parka or umbrella, but its owners used it to track their every
Trump, Lawmakers Again Fail to End Shutdown

Trump, Lawmakers Again Fail to End Shutdown

President Trump and congressional leaders failed again to reach a deal to end the partial government shutdown, with both sides signaling a deadlock over their positions on funding for the U.S.-Mexico
There's More Than One Way to Recycle a Christmas Tree

There's More Than One Way to Recycle a Christmas Tree

There are a number of reasons why Americans like to have a live tree for their Christmas centerpiece It just smells like Christmas, they grew up with a real tree, they feel it's better for the
Woman ‘sent 159,000 text messages to man after he rejected her’

Woman ‘sent 159,000 text messages to man after he rejected her’

She was arrested after she allegedly broke into the man's home and took a bath.
AP Fact Check: Trump’s Afghanistan Comments Inaccurate

AP Fact Check: Trump’s Afghanistan Comments Inaccurate

President Donald Trump’s comments about Afghanistan this week devolved into a history lesson gone awry and an embrace of the former Soviet Union’s decision to invade the country in the 1970s.Trump
Judge: Lawsuit Over Guatemala Syphilis Experiment to Proceed

Judge: Lawsuit Over Guatemala Syphilis Experiment to Proceed

A U.S. federal judge in Maryland has ruled that pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb, Johns Hopkins University and the Rockefeller Foundation must face a $1 billion lawsuit over their roles in
California Police: ‘Multiple Victims’ in Bowling Alley Shooting

California Police: ‘Multiple Victims’ in Bowling Alley Shooting

Police are responding to a shooting early Saturday morning with multiple victims at a bowling alley in Torrance, California.The Torrance Police Department said on Twitter there were “reports of shots
Smithsonian Museum's Latest Acquisitions Reflect a Diverse America

Smithsonian Museum's Latest Acquisitions Reflect a Diverse America

For the past 50 years, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington has been telling America’s story with images of people who helped shape the history and culture of the United
A Flight Inspired Art Installation For The San Diego International Airport

A Flight Inspired Art Installation For The San Diego International Airport

Artist Mark Reigelman II has designed three permanent site-specific installations at San Diego International Airport, made from screens that showcase...
Congressional-White House Talks Underway to End Government Shutdown

Congressional-White House Talks Underway to End Government Shutdown

U.S. congressional staff members and White House officials are negotiating Saturday in Washington in an effort to end a partial government shutdown that has entered its 15th day. An impasse over
Three Killed and Four Injured in California Bowling Alley Shooting

Three Killed and Four Injured in California Bowling Alley Shooting

Three men were killed and four others were injured in a Friday night shooting at a bowling alley outside the western U.S. city of Los Angeles.Media reports and eyewitnesses said the shootings stemmed