First came the lengthy infomercial touting President Trump’s private golf resort in Florida as “far and away the best” site ...
BRUSSELS — Against the tough odds, Boris Johnson hammered out a last-minute compromise Brexit deal with his skeptical, ...
A move by the Trump administration to collect citizenship data based on state driver’s license and ID records has raised concerns among civil rights organizations and census experts, who say it would ...
They watched in all corners of the country, Brian Schneider and Jamey Carroll in Florida, Chad Cordero and Nick Johnson in ...
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CLEVELAND — The five-year legal battle over responsibility for the U.S. opioid epidemic is at a crucial juncture as drug ...
When the smoke cleared after the Great Recession, the home builders who survived were in a surprisingly strong position. They ...
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said at a news conference Thursday that President Trump withheld nearly $400 ...
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview he worries “about an erosion of truth” online but defended the ...
The Washington Nationals will have 25 players on their World Series roster, but if all goes according to plan, Manager Dave ...
MEXICO CITY — Heavy gunfire consumed the streets of Culiacán on Thursday afternoon, as Mexican security forces struggled to ...
Teachers in Chicago, home to the nation’s third-largest school district, went on strike Thursday, part of a broad fight to force the city to cap class sizes, hire more teacher’s assistants and nurses, ...
A recent settlement between the Federal Trade Commission and a multilevel marketing company is another reminder to be ...
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