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Cesar Sayoc, who was arrested in Florida on October 26 following a massive manhunt, is due in federal court in New York on March 21 at 4 pm
Washington and Beijing are battling over the final shape of an agreement, with American officials demanding profound changes to Chinese industrial policy
Fil-Am Jalen Green's thunderous dunk over Kai Sotto highlights the third day of action in the high school national championship
Sage Therapeutics says the medication brexanolone, whose trade name is Zulresso, will be available in late June in the US
The American Civil Liberties Union call the agreement a 'historic settlement' that will result in major changes to Facebook's advertising platform.
The House Committee on Homeland Security ask for a briefing by tech executives regarding the online proliferation of the 'horrific' Christchurch video
(UPDATED) The White House gathering brings together two men who were surprise election winners, sweeping to power on a promise to end politics as usual in their giant countries
The probe is focusing on the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System implicated in the Lion Air crash, which authorities say shared similarities with the latest accident
The two rappers are part of ‘Sandata’ – a collective of artists and researchers raising awareness about the effects of the so-called ‘drug war’
With rumors of announcements for new consoles and services, gamers may want to tune into the conference this year
A star-studded USA squad launches its World Cup title defense against Czech Republic, Japan and Turkey
The two-time Olympic gold medalist is quick to acknowledge the greats who came before him
The late rocker's legacy comes alive in a free public performance at the New York's Cathedral of St John the Divine
The 'Full House' actress is among the 50 people indicted in the massive college admissions scam
US General Curtis Scaparrotti, NATO's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, says that they're not going to communicate with Berlin if Huawei is inside their defense communications
The US currently refuses to take action against Boeing's best-selling workhorse aircraft
The US cost-cutting has created a hole of about $220 million in this year's $6.7 billion peacekeeping budget
The actor's lawyer Tina Gladian says they welcome cameras in the courtroom so that people will know the real evidence
'Everything was open to her, but somehow her thinking was changed and she couldn’t see beyond, I guess, her depression,' says Mark Catlin
MMA fighter McGregor is charged with criminal mischief and strong-armed robbery
The move follows a January 24 order for all non-emergency US government employees to depart Venezuela
A possible summit between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping remains up in the air
The move comes as Washington ramps up actions on Nicolas Maduro's regime, which is battling to hold onto power
Mike Pompeo hits at the 'central role Cuba and Russia have played and continue to play in undermining the democratic dreams of the Venezuelan people and their welfare'
Biegun says the administration wants to accomplish the complete and verified denuclearization of North Korea by January 2021
The three-time world champion dies in an apparent suicide in her on-campus residence at the Stanford University
The building's owners do not own the ground beneath it and pay annual rent that went up from $7.75 million to $32 million in 2018 and is set to increase again to $41 million in 2028
Galaxy's Edge is set to open on May 31 in Disneyland Park in Anaheim
Monsignor Alejandro Aclan of Pasay City is appointed auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
(UPDATED) 'This is a critical time for our nation, and we have a responsibility to investigate these matters and hold hearings for the public to have all the facts,' House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler says
(UPDATED) The swath of destruction left by the storm is a quarter mile wide and stretches for the 'several miles that it traveled on the ground'
'We commend all those Nigerians who participated peacefully in the election and condemn those whose acts of violence harmed Nigerians and the electoral process,' Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says
Michael Jackson's California estate is back on the market for $31 million, a big cut from its $100 million price 4 years ago
The 52-year-old actor remains under hospital observation
Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency report in January is an eye-opener and shows what China is capable of doing in the South China Sea
(3rd UPDATE) The two leaders fail to sign a joint statement as initially scheduled and the talks end in deadlock
Maduro tells American broadcaster ABC News, 'They are trying to fabricate a crisis to justify political escalation and a military intervention in Venezuela to bring a war to South America'
Spark Therapeutics specializes in gene therapies for genetic diseases such as blindness, hemophilia, and neurodegenerative diseases
Officials are racing to reach a deal as US duty rates are due to rise sharply in the coming week
Producers of 'Empire' announce they decided to remove the role of the actor for the final two episodes of the current season 'to avoid further disruption on set'
Chicago police say Smollett staged the elaborate 'publicity stunt' to exploit the 'pain and anger of racism' and to promote his career
The 'Empire' actor is arrested and charged with lying to authorities about being a victim of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago
The US actor is facing criminal charges for lying to authorities about being the victim of a 'racist and homophobic attack', Chicago police say
The House of Representatives committee in charge of investigations says 'multiple whistleblowers' warned of conflicts of interest 'that could implicate federal criminal statutes'
Rod Rosenstein will be replaced by Jeffrey Rosen, the current deputy secretary of the Department of Transportation
The video shows an American woman hurling racist statements at Belinda and her 4-year-old son, saying 'we don't want you here' and 'he doesn't even look human'
(UPDATED) Washington and Pyongyang have dispatched several teams to Vietnam ahead of the summit in Hanoi on February 27-28, though officials have remained tight-lipped on their movements and meetings
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon and Virginia are party to the complaint seeking an injunction
Police shoot and kill the suspect during the incident, which occurred almost two weeks before the Louisiana city's renowned Mardi Gras festival
After winning MVP of the Rising Stars Challenge, the young Lakers star wants to see action in the main showcase