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Houston remains in rescue mode as Tropical Storm Harvey continues to dump water on the flooded region. About 5,500 people have been brought to emergency shelters in the city, the mayor said Monday. more
The popular elite runner was found dead in an apartment complex's pool in the Phoenix area. Torrence ran in last year's Summer Olympics and had been training for more races. more
Lee is a descendant of the Civil War general Robert E. Lee, whose statue created the focal point of tension at white supremacist rallies this month in Charlottesville, VA. News & Opinion(Photo by Matt … more
The post Gay USA 8 23 17 appeared first on GAY USA. more
What does it take to get an interview with EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt? Increasingly, it seems that answer depends on the ideological affiliation the would-be interviewer represents. For the past few weeks, Pruitt has been engaged in a … more
One year ago, then-candidate Trump laid out a 10-point plan to fight illegal immigration, including building a wall and suspending visas for some travelers. Here's a look at what he's done so far. more
A commuter train smashed into an unoccupied train car at the 69th Street Terminal station, 10 miles west of the city. Officials say none of the injuries was life-threatening. more
On Monday night, the Cleveland Browns hosted the New York Giants in an unremarkable NFL preseason game. The most notable moment came before anyone even touched a football. During the pre-game ceremony, a dozen Browns players knelt during the playing … more
The wife of a Trump administration official attacked a woman on Instagram for not being wealthy. On Monday night, Louise Linton posted a photo of herself and her husband — Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin — getting off a government … more
For reaction to Trump's Afghan strategy plan, Ailsa Chang talks to Rep. Jim Banks, a Republican from Indiana, who also served in Afghanistan. Banks sits on the House Armed Services Committee. more
David Greene talks to Michèle Flournoy, who served as undersecretary of defense for policy under President Obama, for reaction to President Trump's strategy for the war in Afghanistan. more
The president will hold a rally downtown Tuesday night after visiting a Marine Corps base in Yuma, Ariz., along the U.S.-Mexico border. more
Thirty seven years after being kicked out of scouting for being “homosexual” during his freshman year of college, Tim Curran still gets choked up remembering his 17-year-old legal battle to get the Boy Scouts of America to permit … more
Adm. Scott H. Swift, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, says remains have been found in damaged areas of the destroyer that collided with a merchant tanker in waters off Singapore. more
Anne Gisleson was reeling from a series of family tragedies when she began meeting with friends to discuss books and life in post-Katrina New Orleans. Her new book chronicles a year of those meetings. more
The guitarist was singing Wonderwall's "Oasis." A statement by police said the busker was "loud, bad and noisy" and "just because you can play Wonderwall does not mean you should." more
The answer: high-visibility vest. A bed and breakfast owner in Scotland fitted some of her hens with bright pink vests. When they wander off her property, there's a better chance they'll be seen. more
A recent presidential tweet called Flake "WEAK" and "toxic." Flake says Trump and his supporters "have given in to the politics of anger." more
Testing President Trump's promise to get tough on trade, two U.S. solar panel manufacturers are seeking to impose a tariff on panels made overseas. But many in the industry warn it could cost jobs. more
A new book examines the lives of six different women — such as Eleanor Roosevelt and Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown — through the food they ate. It's called What She Ate by Laura Shapiro. more
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