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Yazmin Juárez told lawmakers that her daughter died from a respiratory infection after getting inadequate medical care in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody.
Prosecutors say that over a span of five years, Chinese intelligence agents gave Candace Claiborne, then an office management specialist, lavish gifts in exchange for information.
Trump's warning came after the U.S. urged a special meeting of a United Nations nuclear watchdog which monitors Iran's compliance with the agreement.
The governing board voted to offer full tuition scholarships to in-state undergraduates whose families make $65,000 or less a year. They also extended financial assistance to middle class students.
The sight of fierce-looking dinosaurs bobbing down a groomed horse track has quickly become a crowd favorite at the Emerald Downs racetrack in Washington state.
Acosta is under scrutiny for the 2008 deal he oversaw when he was a U.S. attorney in Florida, now that prosecutors in New York have brought a new case in which Epstein could face 45 years in prison.
The survey gauges people on five traits. It's used to screen applicants for jobs and predict earning potential. But its accuracy may depend on whether you live in a rich country or a poor country.
President Trump has signed an executive order pushing for sweeping changes in the way kidney disease is treated.
Hundreds of people died when a ruptured dam unleashed a wave of mining waste in the town of Brumadinho in January. Mining giant Vale said it is committed to fixing the damage.
The specially equipped helicopter holds 1,000 gallons of water and can refill from any source, like a river, a lake, or even a backyard pool.
A thousand National Guard troops from Texas will try to address one of the unintended results of President Trump’s immigration crackdown -- traffic jams that are slowing international commerce.
Instagram is rolling out a feature that will notify users when their comments may contain harmful or offensive content, then give them the opportunity to undo the posts before other users see them.
The Federal Reserve chairman is testifying before Congress this week about challenges the economy faces. Stocks rallied in anticipation the central bank will lower interest rates later this month.
Sen. Cory Booker, a Democratic presidential hopeful, is introducing a bill that would prevent a transformation of the redistricting process that he says could give Republicans a political advantage.
It could boost the economy, but experts say that not all plans to wipe out student debt increase racial and economic equity.
For the first time, President Trump is spending more on staff than Barack Obama did during his final year as president.
Under federal law, people sexually assaulted don't have to pay for their medical forensic exams. Yet some have trouble getting the hospitals or collection agencies to stop dunning them for payment.
Expanding health benefits to more undocumented immigrants was praised by state Democrats, but some Republicans worried about California becoming a "magnet" for migrants in search of coverage.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
On July 4th, Southern California was hit by an earthquake with a 6.4 magnitude, which was quickly followed by a magnitude 7.1 a day later.
Dating in 2019 is arguably quite different from dating in 2016, before the #metoo movement took a global stage.
Bill To Expand EV Rebates Aims To Jolt Sales And Fight Climate Change, But Will It Make More Californians Go Electric?| July 10 2019, 9:24 AM
California Assemblyman Phil Ting has proposed a bill that he hopes will help the state stay on track with its goals to fight climate change and help more Californians take advantage of the state’s rebate program for electric vehicles.
With the recent Ridgecrest earthquakes, you might be giving earthquake insurance more serious consideration