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California Governor Dashes Dreams of Later School Start Times
School districts in several states have adopted later start times, but California would have been the first to mandate it statewide
Trump stumping for Sen. Dean Heller in Las Vegas
President Donald Trump is in Las Vegas stumping for Republican Sen. Dean Heller, who is in the fight of his career to keep his seat.Trump is praising Heller as "a champion" of workers, veterans and ...
Walmart Warns of Higher Prices if Trump Raises Tariffs
Walmart wrote a letter to the administration about the impact tariffs would have
Grand jury indicts Alaska man tied to girl’s death
An Alaska man physically took the cellphone away from a 10-year-old girl who was later found dead, and he lied to authorities when he said he found her phone on the ground, according to a ...
Despite Optics of Inter-Korea Summit, Denuclearization Still Distant
Analysts see the joint declaration signed by the Korean leaders as historic but ‘it should not be mistaken for progress.’
Facebook to Drop On-site Support for Political Campaigns
Facebook said it could offer assistance to more candidates globally by focusing on offering support through an online portal instead of in person
US Prepared to Strike in Cyberspace
President Trump warns new strategy “administration will use all available means” to keep America safe from cyberattacks
Son of Former Guinea President Charged with Enslaving Girl
Mohamed Toure and his wife allegedly forced a young girl from Guinean village to work in their Texas home
One in Three Gun-owning US Veterans Don’t Store Weapons Safely
Survey looked at nationally representative sample of US adults in 2015, including 1,044 who had served in military
Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen providing info in Mueller probe
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer claims to be providing "critical information" in the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.Michael Cohen, who pleaded guilty to campaign-finance violations and other charges last ...
California makes people ask for straws, sodas with kid meals
If you want a straw with your drink or a soda with your child's meal at a California restaurant, you'll need to ask for them starting next year.A law signed Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown ...
US Demands Freedom for NASA Scientist Imprisoned in Turkey
Turkish court vacates sentence for Serkan Golge, charges him anew and trims his penalty
NAFTA Deal Not Yet in Sight, Canada Stands Firm on Auto Tariffs
The Trump administration wants to agree on text of three-nation NAFTA by end of September
Low-key senator steps into spotlight, tells men to “step up”
The often low-key Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono has been thrust into the spotlight as she has unexpectedly become one of the most outspoken senators in defense of a woman who says she was assaulted by ...
Arizona licenses for nonprofit housing migrant kids at risk
Arizona officials have moved to revoke the licenses for a nonprofit that houses immigrant children after it missed a deadline to show that all its employees passed background checks.Texas-based Southwest Key demonstrated an "astonishingly flippant ...
Yellowstone thermal spring erupts for 4th time in 60 years
A thermal spring near Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park has erupted for the fourth time in the last 60 years, a park official said Thursday.Ear Spring on Yellowstone's Geyser Hill went from being dormant ...
Warrant: New Mexico observatory closure linked to child porn
An observatory in the mountains of southern New Mexico that mysteriously closed earlier this month sparking popular rumors of alien visitors appears to be linked to a child pornography investigation.A search warrant filed in U.S. ...
Kavanaugh Accuser Wants to Testify Next Week, Her Lawyers Say
Attorney for Christine Blasey Ford says they want assurances of terms that are fair and guarantees for her safety
Remains of 2 Soldiers Returned From N. Korea Identified
Remains are those of Charles H. McDaniel, 32, of Vernon, Indiana, and William H. Jones, 19, of Nash County, North Carolina
Native American teens pulled from college tour want changes
An attorney for two Native American brothers pulled from a Colorado State University tour earlier this year asked the school for policy changes, saying Thursday that campus officers violated the teens' constitutional rights by stopping ...
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