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President Trump has been expected to nominate Tomas Philipson as permanent chair of his Council of Economic Advisers. Philipson, an expert on health economics, succeeds Kevin Hassett.
Festival-goers and restaurant patrons will soon be able to bring their own reusable containers to carry out their favorite foods and beverages.
Native Hawaiians chained themselves to a grate in a road to stop work on the controversial Mauna Kea project on what they say is sacred land. Development is scheduled to begin this week.
The top-secret base is not accessible to the public, though it has become a tourist destination. The event began as an Internet joke, but some people apparently are really planning to attend.
The Federal Aviation Administration found a new problem in Boeing's max plane last month, so it will like be several more months before the troubled plane is certified to fly passengers again.
For decades, Turing's status as a giant in mathematics was largely unknown, thanks to the secrecy around his computer research and the social taboos about his sexuality.
With drug use surging in the past decade and a half, many parents are losing custody of their kids. But is foster care the best solution?
Immigrants who want to seek asylum at the U.S. southern border must first apply for refugee status in another country, according to a new rule that is set to take effect Tuesday.
Some parents swear by it. They say it's the only way they and their babies get any sleep. Others parents say it's harmful. So what does the science say? Here we separate fiction from fact.
The case has the potential to significantly alter how political maps are established in North Carolina while serving as a blueprint for legal challenges in other states.
Faith voters who have a mix of liberal and conservative values are up for grabs in the 2020 election. Democrats hope to win them over.
The Mueller Report gets a read-a-thon. Benjamin Millepied choreographs Romeo and Juliet. Steve Martin, Martin Short, Rachel Bloom and Joel Kim Booster throw plenty of laughs our way. And Outfest L.A. begins its run.
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The Trump administration said Monday it will end asylum protections for most migrants who arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border in a major escalation of the president’s battle to tamp down immigration.
Some of them captivate us with their alluring neon glow as we whiz by them on the freeway. Others are just so big and in-your-face they can’t be avoided. And still others are unique or quirky enough that they’ve garnered their own local cult following.
Federal agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the FBI use driver’s license photos for facial-recognition requests, according to new research from the Georgetown Law School’s Center on Privacy and Technology.
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the major headlines you might’ve missed in politics news over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come.