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According to inside accounts, the president and McMaster clashed when the top aide's cerebral briefings crashed into Trump's more freewheeling style.
The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled nearly 3 percent Thursday after the Trump administration announced plans to impose tariffs on Chinese imports.
Multiple evacuations take a toll on Montecito resident Gretchen Horn, who hasn't been home since the mudslides on Jan. 9 forced her and her family to leave. "I don’t want to be scared of my town, but it’s scary right now."
Standards for how to investigate and report on overdoses vary widely across states and counties. As a result, opioid overdose deaths often go overlooked in the data reported to the federal government.
President Donald Trump's lead lawyer in the special counsel's Russia investigation has resigned amid a shake-up of the president's legal team.
Trump ordered stiff new tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports in response to what the White House calls China's unfair treatment of U.S. technology.
A Gallup poll finds teachers support measures like background checks for gun buyers, but little enthusiasm for bearing arms.
An external view shows 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg, who suddenly appears in the headlights walking her bike. An interior view shows the safety driver in the moments leading up to the impact.
During recent fires and mudslides in Southern California, supermarkets have stayed open when other businesses in affected areas start to close down.
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At 14, Roxanne Shanté become a revered rapper in New York and beyond. Now, her life story has been made into a biopic written and directed by Michael Larnell.
The play about the complexity of gun control will stream for free on March 24-25 in conjunction with the March For Our Lives rallies.
The Netflix docu-series tells the story from the early '80s of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his efforts to build a community in Oregon.
The SNL alum dreamed of being a director, but ended up in front of the camera. Now, with his new series, "Barry," he gets to do both.
A powerful Pacific storm is moving across central and southern parts of California, drenching communities previously ravaged by wildfires and mudslides.
For over 60 years, women have taken “the pill” – and now there’s some promising science on the potential for a male version.
San Francisco supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to ban the sale of fur, boosting the city’s animal-loving reputation as it becomes the largest U.S. city to approve the prohibition.
Not your grandparents' political parties: How the makeup of Republican, Democratic voter bases have changed over decades| March 22 2018, 9:11 AM
Voter makeups for both the Democratic and Republican parties are more different today than they ever have been in the past generation.
WonderCon, aka San Diego Comic-Con's sister convention, is the little convention that could. Here's what makes WonderCon different — plus three must-sees.
Widely known as the inspiration for Dr. Gonzo in "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," a new documentary tells the true story of Chicano civil rights activist, Oscar Zeta Acosta.
Thousands of people in Santa Barbara County were ordered to evacuate because of concerns about the potential for mudslides and debris flows caused by heavy rains.
Trustees for California State University approved two policies this week to improve eligible students' access to its most popular campuses.