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Pompeo Asks Saudi Leaders to Free US Citizens Detained in Crackdown on Women’s Rights Activists

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday he has pressed Saudi Arabia to release US citizens detained in a crackdown on women's rights activists in the conservative kingdom.

Israelis Cast Ballots Today – Netanyahu’s Political Career at Stake

Israelis voted Tuesday in a high-stakes election that will decide whether to extend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's long right-wing tenure despite corruption allegations or to replace him with an ex-military chief new to politics.

Trump Administration Escalates Legal Battle Against Obamacare

The administration of President Donald Trump has escalated its battle against Obamacare by fully siding with a court ruling that found the health care law unconstitutional.

Hate Attack Hoax Case Dropped Against Jussie Smollett

Prosecutors dropped all charges Tuesday against television actor Jussie Smollett, who was accused of fabricating a racist and homophobic hate crime. 

Man Charged With Setting Fire in Store at Century City Mall, Pointing Gun at Employee

Felony charges were filed Tuesday against a 25-year- old Missouri man accused of setting a fire inside the Amazon store at Westfield Century City and pointing a gun at a store employee, prompting a mass evacuation of the shopping mall.

Flight from Hawaii to LAX Forced Back to Honolulu Because of Fight Onboard

A flight from Honolulu to Los Angeles returned to Hawaii because of a fight between two passengers on board, it was reported this morning.

Trump Urges Unity In State Of The Union Address

President Donald Trump urged Americans to come together Tuesday in a State of the Union speech seeking to turn the page on two years of divisive turmoil and transform him into a bipartisan national leader.

Venezuela’s Guaido Challenges Maduro Through Humanitarian Aid

Boosted by the backing of 20 European Union countries, Venezuela's opposition warned the military on Tuesday not to prevent humanitarian aid from entering the country as parliament leader Juan Guaido stepped up his challenge to President Nicolas Maduro's authority.

Kamala Harris Speaks At Beverly Hills Campaign Fundraiser

California Sen. Kamala Harris spoke Saturday at two Los Angeles-area fundraisers for her campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Jury Weighs Fate of “El Chapo” After 12-Week Trial

A New York jury began deliberating the fate of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Monday after a three month drug trial that laid bare the loves, schemes and escapes of Mexico's most famous drug lord.

Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Aims To Oust Trump In 2020

Billionaire former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said in a TV interview that he is looking into running against Donald Trump in 2020 as an independent presidential candidate.

War Of Words Rages As Pelosi Blocks Trump’s Speech To Congress

President Donald Trump intensified his war of words with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Wednesday after she effectively blocked him from delivering his annual address in Congress during the government shutdown, now in its 33rd day.

Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run

Senator Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is seeking to become the first African American woman to hold the office of US president, joining an already-crowded field of Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump.

Pelosi Urges Trump To Delay State Of Union Until Gov’t Reopens

The top Democrat in Congress on Wednesday urged President Donald Trump to postpone his upcoming annual State of the Union address, citing security shortcomings due to the ongoing partial government shutdown.

On US-Mexico Border, Trump’s Wall Stirs Mixed Feelings

Mexico is just minutes away on foot, the time it takes to walk across one of the bridges that span the Rio Grande, intimately connecting Laredo, Texas to its Mexican sister Nuevo Laredo.

Trump To Declare ‘Crisis’ In National Address On US-Mexico Border

President Donald Trump will use his first prime-time Oval Office speech on Tuesday to tell Americans that the US-Mexico border is in "crisis" and that a wall must be built, despite the government shutdown triggered by his inability to get Democratic approval for the project.
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