Judge permanently blocks Trump sanctuary cities order

A federal judge has permanently blocked President Donald Trump's executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities

Body of worker recovered after cosmetics factory…

The body of a worker has been found at a cosmetics factory north of New York City following two explosions and a fire that left more than 30 people injured, including seven firefighters

EEUU: Juez bloquea orden contra ciudades “santuario”

Juez federal bloquea permanentemente el decreto de Trump para recortar fondos a las ciudades “santuario”

Day of reckoning for the Clinton scandals

New allegations of sexual misconduct sending shock waves through the liberal media and Democratic establishment; reaction on 'Hannity.'

Border agent's slaying no reason to expand…

Brutal death of Border Patrol agent sparks renewed calls for President Trump's wall. #Tucker

China sentences prominent rights lawyer to 2 years in prison

A court in central China has sentenced a human rights lawyer to two years in prison on the vague charge of inciting subversion of state power, the latest verdict in a sweeping crackdown on activism

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AP source: Border patrol agent may have fallen

Questions remain about the cause of death of a U.S. border agent in West Texas

5 ways to use Alexa in the kitchen

Amazon's Alexa speakers are great for streaming music or controlling your smart home. But they're even more helpful in the kitchen.

BBC Innovators: Changing lives with roofs

Hasit Ganatra's company Modroof is trying to transform slum housing in India through its unique modular roof panels made from waste, pulped cardboard and natural fibres.

The New York Times - After Mugabe, What’s Next…

From The New York Times: Zimbabwe may have a new leader for the first time in 37 years. Now, those who grew up under Robert Mugabe share a mix of hope and skepticism about the country’s future.By: By BARBARA MARCOLINI. Watch the original video on Times Video:

U.S. Is Ending Temporary Residence Permits for…

The Trump administration said Monday it is ending a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States since a 2010 powerful earthquake shook the Caribbean nation.

KFC Selling $10,000 'Internet Escape Pod' (It's a…

Kentucky Fried Chicken is rolling out an “internet escape pod” where you can eat your chicken and talk to your friends face to face.

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Trump asks Supreme Court for full enforcement of travel ban

The Trump administration is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the latest travel ban to take full effect

Manson has endured as the face of evil for nearly…

Other killers snuffed out far more lives than Charles Manson did in 1969 but the murderous cult leader has endured for nearly a half century as the personification of evil

Alessandra Ambrosio walks in her final Victoria's…

The model walked for the 17th time at the brand's show in Shanghai, China. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Trial wrapping up in case that sparked…

The Mexican man on trial for killing a woman along a San Francisco pier was a sick individual who brought a gun to the tourist spot in order to harm someone, or he was a hapless person who picked up an object he didn't know was a firearm until it went off

Veteran TV Host Charlie Rose Suspended After…

Eight women told The Washington Post that Rose had harassed or groped them.

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Colorado fines Uber $8.9M for nearly 60 problem drivers

Colorado regulators have issued an $8.9 million fine against Uber's parent company for allowing employees with serious criminal or motor vehicle offenses to work for the company

Attorneys filing Vegas shooting lawsuits with 450…

Attorneys who filed one of the first lawsuits after the Oct. 1 mass shooting that killed 58 concert-goers and left hundreds injured on the Las Vegas Strip are filing four more cases on behalf of more than 450 victims

California balcony fall victims settle with…

Relatives of six college students who died when a balcony collapsed in Berkeley, California, have reached a settlement with the owners of the apartment building and the company that managed it