President Donald Trump blasted Mexico on Thursday for what he described as a one-way relationship in which the U.S. is disadvantaged on immigration and trade.
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A Florida magistrate judge has ordered Dedrick Williams, the man suspected of killing rapper XXXTentacion, to be held without bond on a first-degree murder charge, the Broward County prosecutor's office confirmed to USA TODAY.
Days after resigning as head coach of the Washington Capitals, Barry Trotz is headed to the New York Islanders.
The first lady visited a center for detained migrant children in McAllen, Texas.
Two House leadership aides confirmed that House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy planned to reschedule the vote on the bill for Friday in order to allow more time to gather support for the measure.
Sara Netanyhau accused of fraudulent ordering gourmet meals worth $100,000 and falsifying documents to hide it.
Many neighbors had no idea what the nondescript buildings were, assuming maybe a day-care center or orphanage. They were surprised to learn they housed minors who entered U.S. without parents or guardians.
The Supreme Court upended the nation's Internet marketplace, ruling that many online retailers must collect and remit state sales taxes. The decision, which overturns an earlier Supreme Court precedent, will boost state revenues at the expense of consumers and sellers who have avoided sales taxes.
"It's insulting to say that I spent $30,000 on wine," says Depp of one of the more wasteful expenditures noted in a lawsuit from his former financial managers. "Because it was far more."
A mom from Washington state bathes her 1-year-old son with harlequin ichthyosis in bleach twice a week, because she wants him to defy the odds. Alicia Barber is hopeful she won't need to use the toxic chemical forever. She's searching for other options.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned after he had a "past consensual relationship with an Intel employee," the company said. His sudden exit comes after an internal and external investigation ordered by the company "confirmed a violation of Intel’s non-fraternization policy," Intel said.
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Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras haven't done enough to stop families from showing up at America's border.
Days of torrential rain have led to widespread flooding in southeastern Texas, the state's worst floods since Hurricane Harvey last year. Since Tuesday, 5 to 10 inches of rain has fallen along the Texas coast from the border to around 125 miles south of Houston, with over 15 inches in some areas.
Julieth González Therán was reporting on the World Cup from Saransk, Russia, when a man ran up to her during a live shot, grabbed her breast, kissed her on the cheek and ran away.
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After protesters interrupted President Donald Trump's Duluth, Minnesota, rally, the president mocked one protester's appearance questioning whether they were a man or a woman. "Because he needs a haircut more than I do," Trump joked as the protester was escorted out of the event.