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California City Sued Over ‘Sanctuary’

California City Sued Over ‘Sanctuary’

Residents sued the tiny Southern California city of Los Alamitos on Wednesday to challenge a vote by elected officials to exempt the community from a state law that limits police collaboration with
Poll: Americans' Interest in Gun Control Drops

Poll: Americans' Interest in Gun Control Drops

In the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, many Americans said gun control was the most important issue facing the country.That has
EPA Chief Sat in Coach When Not Flying on Taxpayer’s Dime

EPA Chief Sat in Coach When Not Flying on Taxpayer’s Dime

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt flew in coach-class seats on at least two trips home to Oklahoma when taxpayers weren’t footing the bill, despite claims he needed to travel
Harrowing Events of Jet's Emergency Landing Recounted

Harrowing Events of Jet's Emergency Landing Recounted

There was a loud boom, and the plane started shaking violently. Air whooshed through the cabin, and snowlike debris floated down the aisle as oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling. Some passengers

The Entire Island of Puerto Rico Lost Power

Puerto Rico experienced a power outage throughout the entire island.

Automakers Pushing To Make 91 Octane Fuel The New Standard In U.S.

The higher octane fuel could cost slightly more but increase fuel economy number by approximately three percent. |
SunPower Buys US Rival SolarWorld to Head Off Trump Tariffs

SunPower Buys US Rival SolarWorld to Head Off Trump Tariffs

SunPower Corp. on Wednesday said it would buy U.S. solar panel maker SolarWorld Americas, expanding its domestic manufacturing as it seeks to stem the impact of Trump administration tariffs on panel
In-Flight Explosion Creates Pressure for Engine Inspections

In-Flight Explosion Creates Pressure for Engine Inspections

The engine explosion aboard a Southwest Airlines jetliner puts new pressure on airlines and regulators to act faster to inspect the fan blades that may have snapped off and triggered the accident that
3 Found Guilty of Plot to Attack Somalis in Kansas

3 Found Guilty of Plot to Attack Somalis in Kansas

Three men face life in prison for plotting to blow up a Garden City, Kansas, apartment complex that is home to Muslim immigrants from Somalia.A federal court convicted all three men Wednesday.“The
Reluctant Abe says US, Japan to start talks on 'trade deals'

Reluctant Abe says US, Japan to start talks on 'trade deals'

Facing US pressure, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Wednesday that Tokyo was ready to begin talks about "trade deals" with the United States, but was careful not to commit to a bilateral deal.
Ex-Playboy Model Settles Lawsuit Over Alleged Trump Affair

Ex-Playboy Model Settles Lawsuit Over Alleged Trump Affair

A former Playboy model who said she had a 10-month affair with President Donald Trump settled her lawsuit Wednesday with a supermarket tabloid over an agreement that prohibited her from discussing the
Haley: Relationship with Trump is ‘Perfect’

Haley: Relationship with Trump is ‘Perfect’

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Wednesday that her relationship with President Donald Trump was “perfect” and that he did not need to be worried about Haley and Vice President
NY Official: Trump Pardons Can't Be Shield for State Charges

NY Official: Trump Pardons Can't Be Shield for State Charges

New York’s attorney general says an unintended loophole in state law could allow criminal defendants pardoned by President Donald Trump to argue that they can’t be charged at the state level.Democrat
Fifth Defendant Sentenced in Dog-Fighting Ring

Fifth Defendant Sentenced in Dog-Fighting Ring

A fifth defendant pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday for his part in a brutal multistate dog-fighting ring.Mario Atkinson of New Jersey will spend two years in prison and was fined $1,000.He
House Panel Cuts Food Stamps, Renews Farm Subsidies

House Panel Cuts Food Stamps, Renews Farm Subsidies

A bitterly divided House panel Wednesday approved new work and job training requirements for food stamps as part of a five-year renewal of federal farm and nutrition policy.The GOP-run Agriculture
US, Japan Trade Differences Remain After Trump-Abe Talks

US, Japan Trade Differences Remain After Trump-Abe Talks

Despite frequent assurances that they continue to enjoy a warm friendship, U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe over two days of talks apparently failed to bridge
UN Wins Rare Praise for Accrediting Monitors of Iran’s Rights Record

UN Wins Rare Praise for Accrediting Monitors of Iran’s Rights Record

A U.N. council’s decision to accredit an organization highlighting Iran’s alleged human rights violations has drawn rare praise from one of the most prominent U.N. critics in the global rights
FAA Orders Inspections After Southwest Engine Failure

FAA Orders Inspections After Southwest Engine Failure

U.S. airline regulators have ordered inspections on engine fan blades like the one that snapped off a Southwest Airlines plane, leading to the death of a woman who was partially blown out a window.The
Puerto Rico Suffers Another Major Power Outage

Puerto Rico Suffers Another Major Power Outage

Millions of residents in Puerto Rico are trying to adapt to what they are calling “the new normal,” as the second islandwide blackout in a week left more than 1.3 million customers without electricity
3 Ex-US Soldiers Guilt in Murder for Hire

3 Ex-US Soldiers Guilt in Murder for Hire

A former U.S. Army sniper and two other ex-American soldiers were convicted Wednesday in the contract killing of a real estate agent in the Philippines for an international crime boss who thought the