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But if they want to vote, women will have to catch a ride: the conservative Islamic kingdom still forbids them from driving.
The bans come as the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says it's looking into at least 10 reports of the self-balancing electric scooters bursting in flames.
A state judge has barred daily fantasy sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel from doing business in New York.
A comprehensive new poll from the Harvard Institute of Politics dives into the politics of the nation's 18- to 29-year-olds. The poll also looked at support for Bernie Sanders and immigration.
About 50 passengers were aboard the Red Line train when it left the Braintree station south of Boston without an operator around 6 a.m. Thursday.
The state news agency quoted Kim Jong Un saying North Korea was ready to detonate an atomic bomb or a more powerful hydrogen bomb.
Politico's Seung Min Kim discusses a new bill from The House that would require more scrutiny on people from "high risk" countries entering the U.S.
Saudi women gamers gather at an annual convention, dressing as their favorite characters and exercising freedoms they want to see more of in their lives.
It was the first time the Eagles of Death Metal band had performed since the attacks, which band members escaped under harrowing circumstances.
Decades after Japanese bombs rained down on Pearl Harbor, groups are still working to bury those killed in the attacks--and provide closure for those who survived.
A new pedestrian walkway will connect California with the Tijuana Airport in Mexico. This is expected to expedite flight between the two countries.
An investor group built a terminal in San Diego with a bridge that crosses a razor-wire border fence to Tijuana's decades-old airport.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he'll announce a new system to inform the public about the threat and the government's response.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announcement removing remaining barriers to women in all combat military occupational specialties raises other questions.
Budget cuts and rising costs are imperiling California's programs for people with developmental disabilities. The state had led the nation in providing innovative community based services.
A few cities around the country are allowing drivers to cover part or all of their fines with food donations. The idea is to turn a negative — getting a ticket — into a positive: helping others.