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One of the busiest days in motorsports has arrived with Formula One's Monaco Grand Prix, the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600. [Read More]
Delle Donne exits with dehydration, but Myisha Hines-Allen and Ariel Atkins help pick up the slack as Washington beats the defending WNBA champs to move... [Read More]
Starter Kevin Gausman can't make an early 3-0 lead hold up in 8-3 loss that drops Orioles to 7-23 on road, worst in the majors. [Read More]
The latest twist in the ongoing, seven-year-old smartphone patent trial between Apple and Samsung awards the iPhone maker a final verdict of $539 million in... [Read More]
The world of media and entertainment has rushed to find ways to celebrate McCain, whose brain cancer diagnosis came just 11 months ago. [Read More]
Two more victims of the Santa Fe school shooting were laid to rest this weekend. [Read More]
Hurricane Harvey survivors receiving Transitional Shelter Assistance can receive an extension to stay in hotels until June 30, FEMA announced Sunday. [Read More]
President Trump is scheduled to come to Houston this Thursday. He'll headline a $5,000-a-plate fundraiser for GOP Senate candidates. [Read More]
It's his first health concern since he left a Houston hospital earlier in May. [Read More]
It was the third straight win for the Rainiers, who are a season-best three games over .500. [Read More]
Dr. Halappanavar, 31, died in 2012 after Irish doctors denied her an abortion, even as she miscarried. Her death from infection propelled a movement. [Read More]
Colombia's presidential election is heading to a runoff after conservative former Senator Ivan Duque finished first in voting Sunday. He's likely to face off against... [Read More]
Multiple law enforcement agencies cracked down on illegal street racing as drivers were cited or arrested and had their vehicles towed in Riverside. [Read More]
The Telephone Company building in Santa Monica is on its way to becoming a city landmark. [Read More]
Trump has an unmatched ability to retain power by deceiving the populace. [Read More]
Yu Mein Chow, who paid $700,000 for a medallion before Uber moved in, jumped to his death, relatives said, marking the fifth recent cabdriver suicide. [Read More]
The divide between the party's left and its center is a lot smaller than it looks. [Read More]
Many people are looking to veteran candidates to close our political divide. Isn't it time for all citizens to join in that effort? [Read More]
'Quality of life' laws passed in the early 1900s to enforce racial segregation are still doing that today. [Read More]
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