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Author-columnist Jimmy Breslin, the Pulitzer Prize-winning chronicler of wise guys and underdogs who became the brash embodiment of the old-time, street smart New Yorker, died Sunday.
Whether the GOP's hold on both the White House and Congress makes Trump's proposed cuts a reality is something that neither observers nor stakeholders are able to say.
The IOC executive board asked its four vice presidents to "explore changes" in Olympic bidding and report back in July. Such a double vote would be unprecedented.
Oakland city records show Teresa Deloach Reed will receive a city pension of $36,150 a year or 15 percent of her $241,000 annual salary.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, is retiring this month after 51 years with The Associated Press. His most famous photo being a stunning black-and-white image from the Vietnam War that's come to be known simply as "Napalm Girl."
Joni Sledge, who with her sisters recorded the enduring dance anthem "We Are Family," has died, the band's representative said Saturday. She was 60.
Archaeologists suspect that the damaged statue, more than 25 feet tall, depicts Ramses II — aka Ozymandias. One of English literature's most famous poems describes a broken, forgotten statue of him.
Dozens of U.S. military veterans, most of them former legal residents but noncitizens deported after criminal convictions, hope Trump's promise to help veterans will result in their being allowed to re-enter the U.S.
Former CIA Director General David Petraeus said the details hurt spying operations as well as relationships with tech companies.
The mother, father and their three children, including a baby, arrived at LAX for a connecting flight to Washington state, where they planned to resettle. Instead, they were detained by ICE.
Some police departments collect samples from people who are never arrested or convicted of crimes. State and federal databases require a conviction, arrest or warrant.
The white civil rights activist and former NAACP leader outed by her parents in 2015 for passing herself off as black, is making the rounds with news again.
"It was bit strange. There were a lot of positive words being used in the speech. My experience of what had happen because of the policies was really contradictory to those words."
The company said it received a “significant deposit” from two people keen to do a moon mission—but there are a few additional hurdles to clear first.
Wapner decided real small-claims cases on the show from 1981 to 1993. He joined the show soon after retiring from Los Angeles courts.
Rep. Darrell Issa of California says it would be improper for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to lead the investigation.