United States

Feud erupts between utility, US states over Colorado River

Tension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused Arizona's largest water provider of manipulating supply and demand, potentially threatening millions of people in the United States and Mexico who

World

Russia admits to blocking millions of IP addresses

The chief of the Russian communications watchdog has admitted to blocking access to millions of IP addresses in a so-far-futile attempt to block a popular messaging app.

Entertainment

'Full Metal Jacket' actor R. Lee Ermey dies at age 74

R. Lee Ermey, a former Marine Corps drill instructor known to millions of moviegoers as the sadistic Gunnery Sgt.

Health

Nearly 207 million eggs recalled over salmonella fears

Hundreds of millions of eggs were recalled Friday over fears the popular breakfast food may be contaminated with salmonella.

United States

Mega Millions winner is New Jersey food production manager

The winner of a $533 million lottery jackpot wasn't sure he could believe his eyes.

United States

Texas church questioned over donations after shooting

Donors, survivors and victims' families are questioning how a South Texas church is spending millions of dollars of donations made since a gunman killed more than two dozen worshippers in November.

Science

NASA Tess spacecraft to prowl for planets as galactic scout

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Look up at the sky tonight. Every star you see — plus hundreds of thousands, even millions more — will come under the intense stare of NASA's newest planet hunter.

United States

Winner of $533 million Mega Millions jackpot to be revealed

New Jersey lottery officials are about to reveal who won a $533 million Mega Millions jackpot last month.

Politics

Senate Dems push back on EPA boss Scott Pruitt's security claims

A review of threats made against embattled Environmental Protection Secretary Scott Pruitt challenges claims his office made to justify spending millions of dollars on extra security and first-class travel, according to documents released Tuesday.

World

'Caravan' marches on unimpeded, despite Obama administration spending millions to help Mexico control border

Though Mexico claimed just four years ago it had "absolute control of the southern border," the planned stringent security checks appear to have broken down -- or been bypassed -- by the caravan of more than 1,000 Central Americans making their way throug

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