WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump may be hurting badly in polls of Latino voters, but he could still win the presidency if enough Latino voters don't feel compelled to go to the polls and wait in line to cast a ballot for Hillary...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Tucked at the very end of the Senate Armed Services Committee's 678-page report on the annual Pentagon policy bill is a wonky analysis from Tim Kaine of Virginia detailing his reservations about making swift ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Wind-whipped flames raged overnight in the steep, rugged mountains of the Santa Clarita Valley, charring more than 33,000 acres and threatening thousands of homes.
The Sand fire, named for Sand Canyon, ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- The Republican convention has generated a modest increase so far in Donald Trump's poll standing, moving the New York businessman back into a lead over Hillary Clinton.
Through Sunday, the University of ...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- Yahoo Inc.'s days as a publicly traded company will soon be over, but under Verizon, its brand will get another chance.
The Sunnyvale, Calif., internet company, once a key guide to the World Wide Web, ...Read more
The FBI confirmed Monday for the first time that it is investigating the hack of the Democratic National Committee that resulted in the unauthorized release of at least 20,000 internal emails.
"The FBI is investigating a ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- A fan at Comic-Con International here had a message for Joss Whedon, creator of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and director of two "Avengers" movies: We want you back.
In this hyper-connected, social media-driven...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- Mayhem met U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Monday morning when she made her first public appearance after being forced out as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee.
"Shame!" yelled ...Read more
In the Shadows of the Oaks: An Urban TaleFrank Settineri
This is a love story between Sean, Landi and Brenda, the latter who were once best friends and now are indelible enemies.
As their relationships spin out of control the surrounding urban community races out of control, besieged by the murder of a black youth ...
Sandra Collins (used to) fight the cellulite battle for as long as she can remember. The odd thing is she has always been fit and healthy, going to the gym for the last 10 years, lifting weights and following gym programs. However, her cellulite never seem to go away no matter what until she came across...
These scorching dog days of summer are a reminder of the danger of heat-related illnesses.
Heat exhaustion and heatstroke are the main medical problems that can affect anyone, but particularly afflict the very old and ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- With Capt. Kirk and Spock leading the USS Enterprise, Paramount's "Star Trek Beyond" took over the box office over the weekend, unseating Universal's "The Secret Life of Pets."
"Star Trek Beyond," the third...Read more
WASHINGTON –– Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has announced she will resign. Her resignation will take effect immediately following the Democratic National Convention.
“I know that...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- Donald Trump reiterated his call for the U.S. to pull back from its commitment to NATO and said the Republican leader of the Senate was wrong to call the proposal "a rookie mistake."
"He's 100 percent ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- As Democrats from across the country flock to Philadelphia for their national convention, they won't be the only tourists in town.
Hundreds of heroin addicts from other states have washed up in ...Read more
MIAMI -- In another election, Hillary Clinton might have been tempted to choose a different kind of running mate.
She could have fired up the party base with a staunch progressive, or reinforced her own historic candidacy...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Homes, schools and a day care center near a closed battery recycler in nearby Vernon are contaminated with higher levels of brain-damaging lead than previously disclosed, with soil samples at one property as...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Police Department's decision to flood the city's deadliest neighborhoods with more officers has managed to slow the pace of killings and shootings in recent months.
But the department still ...Read more