MIAMI -- Herman Echevarria, a made-in-Miami success story -- Cuban exile turned Hialeah politico turned business leader and reluctant TV star as husband to a "Real Housewife" -- was found dead Monday morning at his ...Read more
NEW YORK -- The contentious first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump lived up to its big ratings expectations with an estimated average TV viewership that will top the previous record of 80.6 ...Read more
Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani labeled Hillary Clinton "too stupid to be president" because she did not know about her husband's affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Giuliani, a top surrogate for Republican nominee ...Read more
MUMBAI, India -- Following a raid that killed 18 Indian soldiers at an army base in Kashmir, some commentators bayed for a thundering retaliatory strike against neighbor and rival Pakistan.
A "jaw for a tooth," said one ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- For Meek Mill and company, the beef just keeps on coming.
Currently, Mill is feuding with fellow artist The Game over a June robbery involving rapper Sean Kingston. The disagreement has so far spawned ...Read more
CHICAGO -- For the fifth time this year, a bicyclist on Monday was struck and killed by a large commercial vehicle in Chicago.
The fatal collision comes a week after Bicycling magazine rated the city the best for biking ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump got it wrong during Monday night's presidential debate when he credited stop-and-frisk police tactics for New York's two-decade trend of lower crime, and asserted ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Kae Roberts and Jay Eardly were leaning toward Hillary Clinton before Monday night's debate.
By the end, they had both pulled away.
John Kokos and Hank Federal were undecided going in, potential ...Read more
Flaherty's CrossingKaylin McFarren
Successful yet emotionally stifled artist Kate Flaherty stands at the deathbed of her estranged father, conflicted by his morphine-induced confession exposing his part in her mother's death. While racing home, Kate's car mishap leads her to a soul-searching discussion ...
WASHINGTON -- Members of the Congressional Black Caucus on Tuesday slammed Donald Trump for his debate performance, particularly his views on criminal justice and for continuing to peddle untruths about President Barack ...Read more
The very best Tim Burton films feature a charismatic weirdo at the center of the story who is either preternaturally innocent (Edward Scissorhands, Pee-Wee Herman), or charged with the protection of innocence (Batman). ...Read more
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said he wouldn't debate a second time if he were Donald Trump unless there is a significant change.
"If I were Donald Trump I wouldn't participate in another debate unless I was ...Read more
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton: "Well, I hope the fact checkers are turning up the volume and really working hard. Donald supported the invasion of Iraq."
Republican nominee Donald Trump: "Wrong."
Clinton: ...Read more
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Donald Trump left the protective bubble of his partisans on Monday and learned a well-established truth about campaigns: The rhetoric that draws rapturous applause at rallies doesn't play as well in the ...Read more
Over its short life, virtual-reality entertainment has often been spun out of traditional Hollywood productions, whether an episodic piece based on "The Martian" or a more participatory experience derived from "...Read more
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The sprawling and brawling 2016 presidential contest narrowed to a rare moment of focus and clarity Monday night as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump shared a stage for the first time to say how, with ...Read more
CARTAGENA, Colombia -- Once a regional outcast synonymous with bloodshed and bombs, Colombia on Monday signed a historic peace deal that puts it closer than ever to ending a half-century conflict that has claimed hundreds ...Read more
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- The first of some 3,000 potential jurors in the Dylan Roof death penalty trial began reporting Monday to the U.S. District courthouse in downtown Charleston.
Jurors were summoned, some 80 at a time, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- One of the most violent nations in the world credited the United States with helping improve security and cut homicides by 50 percent this year.
The president of El Salvador, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, shared ...Read more