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At Least 23 Dead As Tornadoes, Severe Storms Ravage South

At Least 23 Dead As Tornadoes, Severe Storms Ravage South

A tornado roared into southeast Alabama and killed at least 23 people and injured several others Sunday, part of a severe storm system that caused catastrophic damage and unleashed other tornadoes
On Selma Anniversary, Presidential Candidate Booker Calls for New Fight for Justice

On Selma Anniversary, Presidential Candidate Booker Calls for New Fight for Justice

Thunder rolling above Brown Chapel AME Church, Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker warned Sunday of a looming threat to American democracy and called for protecting the legacy of the civil
Report: US, China Close to Reaching Trade Deal

Report: US, China Close to Reaching Trade Deal

The United States and China are close to reaching a trade deal that could see both sides ending the tit-for-tat war of tariffs that has been escalating since last year, the Wall Street Journal
Trump Blames Cohen Hearing for Collapse of N. Korean Summit

Trump Blames Cohen Hearing for Collapse of N. Korean Summit

President Donald Trump says Democrats' decision to question his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, while he was overseas may be a reason his talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un failed. "For the

Several dead as tornado leaves trail of destruction in Alabama

At least 22 people, some of them children, died after a tornado swept through Lee County, Alabama on Sunday, and the death toll was expected to rise as rescuers searched through the rubble of
A Rare Glimpse Into 1980s Manhattan Chinatown

A Rare Glimpse Into 1980s Manhattan Chinatown

In 1981, photographer Bud Glick made his way to Manhattan’s Chinatown with a camera in hand and a plan to document life there. He was attracted to the people in Chinatown, who were reluctant to let a
Visual Exploration of Who African Americans Are

Visual Exploration of Who African Americans Are

Artist Zsudayka Nzinga Terrell vividly recalls the day in elementary school when an assignment about family history made the impossibility of answering the questions Who am I? and Where did I come
With Military Exercises Canceled in S. Korea, Experts Express Concern About Impact

With Military Exercises Canceled in S. Korea, Experts Express Concern About Impact

The United States and South Korea announced the cancelation of two annual large-scale military drills in an effort to "achieve complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."It’s a decision that
Environmental Groups Cite Coal Ash Pollution in Call For Tighter Regulation

Environmental Groups Cite Coal Ash Pollution in Call For Tighter Regulation

A collection of environmental groups is calling for new regulations on the disposal of waste from coal-fired power plants, saying more needs to be done to protect the public from the dangers of toxic

The Hidden Motorsport Shop Of The Bay Area

A few weeks ago, I was wandering around the local RGruppe meet, just minding my own business and snapping photos when I noticed a crowd around a certain individual. I thought maybe it was someone who
Mermaids Dive In at Washington Area Convention

Mermaids Dive In at Washington Area Convention

Mermaids and mermen of all ages, shapes and sizes from around the world gathered in the Washington area for a large festival called MerMagic Con. Maxim Moskalkov visited the unusual event in Manassas,
Strong Resistance to Trade Deal Brewing in China

Strong Resistance to Trade Deal Brewing in China

Even as China and the United States are working to finalize a trade agreement, Beijing is grappling with the challenge of building political consensus about implementing and enforcing the deal on the
House Democrats Expand Russia Probe, Seeking More Documents

House Democrats Expand Russia Probe, Seeking More Documents

Declaring it's "very clear'' President Donald Trump obstructed justice, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, says the panel is requesting documents Monday from more than 60 people from
'It's Pure Hell': Hurricane Michael Leaves Housing Crisis

'It's Pure Hell': Hurricane Michael Leaves Housing Crisis

A small village of the forgotten has popped up in Diahnn “Shelly” Summers’ backyard outside Panama City. Where there once was empty grass abutting almost 5 acres (2 hectares) of woods, 10 tents now
N. Carolina Elections Board to Set Date for US House Election

N. Carolina Elections Board to Set Date for US House Election

North Carolina's elections board is expected to set a date for voters to decide who will fill a congressional seat still vacant after November's result was tainted by ballot fraud concerns.The state

San Francisco's Rent Hits a New Peak of $3,690, Highest in the US

An anonymous reader shares a report: The median rent for a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco has reached a new peak of $3,690, according to survey data from Zumper, a home and apartment rental
Melania Trump Opens 3-State Tour to Promote 'Be Best'

Melania Trump Opens 3-State Tour to Promote 'Be Best'

Melania Trump is in Oklahoma to open a three-state tour to highlight all three components of her "Be Best" childhood initiative.The first lady on Monday is visiting the Dove School of Discovery, a
From Satirical to Silly, Walking Clubs Spice Up Mardi Gras

From Satirical to Silly, Walking Clubs Spice Up Mardi Gras

A floppy-eared pooch wearing a red crustacean costume rides in a wagon decorated like a shrimp boat, followed by another "boat" wagon occupied by a pug in a sailor hat.Behind them, on a leash, strolls
Trump Prepares to Tighten Trade Embargo on Cuba

Trump Prepares to Tighten Trade Embargo on Cuba

The Trump administration is preparing to tighten the six-decade trade embargo on Cuba on Monday by allowing some lawsuits against foreign companies using properties confiscated by the Cuban government
US Says Deployed THAAD Missile Defense System to Israel

US Says Deployed THAAD Missile Defense System to Israel

The U.S. military has deployed its most advanced air and missile defense system to Israel for the first time, U.S. and Israeli military officials said on Monday.The deployment, which began in March,