Rappler's latest stories on united states
(UPDATED) NBA legend Kobe Bryant's remains as well as those of 3 others on board the aircraft have been identified
Los Angeles authorities say the remains have been 'removed from the crash site and transported' for examination and identification
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the United States should give an explanation since there should be courtesy 'among allies'
Netanyahu, praising Trump as 'the greatest friend that Israel's had in the White House,' describes the peace plan as 'the deal of the century'
'Like war, impeachment is hell,' Starr tells the 100 senators who will decide Trump's fate. 'At least presidential impeachment is hell.'
Hunter Biden had been paid 'millions' of dollars to serve on the board of a Ukrainian gas company while his father was Barack Obama's vice president, claims one Trump lawyer
Andrew denies having sexual relations with Virginia Giuffre, who alleges she was trafficked to have sex with friends of Epstein when she was 17
From Lil Nas X and BTS to Lizzo, here's what went down
(UPDATED) John Bolton says US President Donald Trump wanted to tie Ukraine aid to a probe against his political rivals. Trump says Bolton's statements were made 'only to sell a book.'
'There is no evidence that person-to-person transmission has occurred in Orange County. The current risk of local transmission remains low,' says the Orange County Health Care Agency
Pat Cipollone argues that Democrats are asking the Senate to 'tear up all of the ballots' from the 2016 presidential election and attempting to prevent Donald Trump from running for reelection in November
(UPDATED) The United States and France prepare to evacuate their citizens from Wuhan, the outbreak's epicenter
The awards show is expected to see women musicians getting top honors
The photos range from a professional-looking Dolly Parton for LinkedIn to a Playboy pose for Tinder
Democrats continue to hope for subpoenas on 4 potential witnesses, while Trump's victory is virtually assured in a Republican-led US Senate
The Chicago patient had traveled to Wuhan, China, in late December before returning to the US on January 13
Security camera video footage appears to show a huge blast and a fireball rising into the air
Police say Antonio Brown allegedly refused to pay for the goods delivered to his home and threw a rock at the delivery vehicle
Sciorra is the first of Weinstein's accusers to testify in proceedings symbolic to the #MeToo movement
The White House says foreigners are using the visas 'to secure automatic and permanent American citizenship for their children by giving birth on American soil'
(3rd UPDATE) Here is a list of countries that have so far confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus
Folktronica band Bon Iver will play a rally show on January 31, and the next day Vampire Weekend will jam in support of the leftist Sanders, a self-described socialist candidate popular especially among young voters
Experts object: 'There is a firm consensus in the cybersecurity community that mobile voting on a smartphone is a really stupid idea'
One month after the rising artist suffered a seizure at the airport, the autopsy results of Juice WRLD reveal that he died due to 'oxycodone and codeine toxicity'
(UPDATED) One witness interviewed by local media says he had seen two men arguing loudly before they started shooting at one another, hitting bystanders
Greenwald takes to Twitter to denounce the charges as 'an attack on press freedom'
The man, a US resident in his 30s who lives near Seattle, is in good condition, according to federal and state officials
Flexing his solid 53-47 majority, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell makes clear he would summarily block any Democratic attempts to change his rules
(UPDATED) One source working with the president's legal team says impeachment process was 'illegitimate from the start,' adding, 'The president did nothing wrong'
See the stars in their red carpet looks
'A relationship of respect and dialogue brings a win-win situation. A confrontational relationship brings a lose-lose situation,' says the Venezuelan President
National Guard General Vincente Hernandez tells migrants they would be allowed to cross the border into Mexico from Guatemala in a 'controlled' manner
Scientists from the MRC Center for Global Infectious Disease Analysis say the number of cases in Wuhan, China was likely closer to 1,700 than the 45 earlier reported
The protesters of the annual Women's March strike a defiant note despite dwindling attendance numbers since 2017
(3rd UPDATE) Foreign countries start to offer aid for affected communities as the Taal Volcano remains under Alert Level 4 with hazardous eruption 'imminent'
The US military has previously maintained there were no casualties
On live television, the 'Wendy Williams Show' host pulls up her lip with her finger while joking about how she found Phoenix's 'cleft lip scar' attractive
Allowing ex-felons, a large portion of whom are black, Hispanic, or poor, onto the voting rolls could affect US presidential election outcomes at all levels
The first signs of tensions emerge earlier in the week with reports that Bernie Sanders told Elizabeth Warren in a private meeting in December 2018 that he did not believe a woman could win a presidential election
The formal proceedings carry deep historical significance, as it marks only the 3rd time an impeachment trial has been held for a US president
The Ukrainian interior ministry says it could not ignore 'illegal activities' on its territory
'It's just a matter of time for it to reach its final climax. I think we're in that mode,' the former crown prince tells a news conference in Washington, which he lives near in exile
(2nd UPDATE) 'So sad, so tragic for our country, that the actions taken by the president...has taken us to this place,' House Speaker Pelosi says
However, Trump says he will only remove the tariffs against China 'if we're able to do phase two' of the agreement
Adam Schiff, the Democratic lawmaker who led the House impeachment investigation into Donald Trump, will lead the prosecution team
The truce will allow businesses around the globe to breathe a sigh of relief
In a statement, the Los Angeles Unified School District says students and staff were on the playground of the elementary school when the incident happened
The prison guards claim the inmate saved the lives of 3 staff members