From Harriet Tubman to the Kennedys: Famous photos set for West Coast debut

The earliest known image of Harriet Tubman. JFK and Jackie on their wedding day. The Wright brothers' first flight.

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Barbara Bush to be laid to rest in private funeral

Family and friends will gather Saturday to pay their respects and celebrate the life of Barbara Bush, the matriarch of a Republican political dynasty.

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Avicii struggled with fame and had stepped away from the limelight

Swedish superstar DJ Avicii made millions dance with his catchy hits, flashing lights and soulful collaborations.


Nigeira's Buhari faces backlash over comments on young Nigerians

President Muhammadu Buhari has faced backlash on social media over comments on Nigerian youth.

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Who's on guest list for Harry and Meghan's wedding?

An invitation to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has to be one of the most coveted of the year. But so far, little has been revealed about who their 600 guests in Windsor will be.

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US, European aviation authorities order jet inspections

US and European aviation authorities have ordered inspections within the next 20 days for almost 700 engines similar to the one that failed earlier in the week on a Southwest Airlines flight, resulting in a passenger's death.

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Watch Stephen Colbert get bit by a lizard

Late-night host Stephen Colbert agreed to get bit by a lizard after an iguana had an accident all over his desk on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."


Republicans left behind in blue Democratic wave of new women candidates

Record numbers of women are running for Congress this year, but there is a sharp contrast between Republicans and Democrats.


Top enlisted soldier says he has 'no concerns' about transgender service members

The US Army's top enlisted soldier says he has never heard of any problems resulting from transgender persons serving in the military, echoing the sentiments of the top officer, the Army chief of staff. Speaking to reporters at the Pentagon on Friday, Sgt


Missouri Gov. Greitens indicted on felony computer-tampering charge

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted Friday on a felony charge of computer tampering relating to his campaign's alleged procurement of a nonprofit donor list without the charity's knowledge.


Donald who? 2020 prospects hit New York for 'temperature tour'

The Rev. Al Sharpton​ may have very well introduced the next Democratic nominee​ when he welcomed a quintet of potential 2020 primary contenders to chilly New York City ​for a "temperature tour," as the host put it, on Friday, ahead of what's expect


Motel misery: Hundreds fled Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico only to end up functionally homeless in Florida

With no running water, no power and no school for her kids, Carmen "Millie" Santiago fled Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria hit the Caribbean last fall. Like thousands of evacuees, she landed here in central Florida. And, like hundreds, she's still stuck


3 Russian oligarchs sue Christopher Steele

Three Russian oligarchs who've previously sued over the publication of the Trump-Russia dossier have opened a new lawsuit in DC's local court against British agent-turned-researcher Christopher Steele and his company Orbis Business Intelligence Limited.


CIA releases memo clearing Haspel over destruction of waterboarding tapes

The Central Intelligence Agency has declassified an internal memo that absolves Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump's nominee for CIA director, of responsibility for destroying videotapes showing the waterboarding of terrorism suspects in 2005, an issue t


North Korean leader: We no longer need nuclear tests, state-run media reports

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the regime no longer needs nuclear tests or intercontinental ballistic missile tests, state-run KCNA reported Saturday.


Trump legal team brings fresh firepower to reset with Mueller

President Donald Trump, stung by reports that he couldn't attract top-notch lawyers, personally pushed for former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to add a dose of star power to his bare-bones legal team, according to sources familiar with the situation.

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Iraqi candidate steps aside after sex tape allegation

A candidate for an Iraqi Parliament seat has dropped her run for office amid a swirl of attention over what she asserts is a "fabricated" sex tape, a clip that went viral across Iraq.


Dimitrov Doubles upon Goffin. No Thiem work for Rafa

Rolex Monte Carlo Masters - Day 6. Dimitrov beats David Goffin, Rafael Nadal wins over Dominic Thiem in quarterfinals.


The migrant caravan's next steps may be an even tougher journey

They stowed away on trains, slept in shelters and marched in protests as they trekked across Mexico.


Indiana abortion law signed by Pence ruled unconstitutional

A federal appeals court has ruled that an Indiana abortion law signed by Vice President Mike Pence when he served as the state's governor is unconstitutional.


Potential Democratic 2020 contenders are rushing to back marijuana legalization

In a significant political shift, several top Democrats considered to be possible contenders in the 2020 presidential race are backing legislation that would decriminalize marijuana.

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Iran official slams woman's treatment by 'morality police'

Iran's Vice-President for Women's Affairs has "strongly" condemned an incident in which a female member of Iran's religious police appears physically to confront a female member of the public in an altercation that was captured on a


Mitt Romney faces test to determine if he'll have a primary challenger

Mitt Romney will face the biggest test so far in his bid for US Senate on Saturday, when the Utah GOP gathers for party caucuses to decide who will be the party's nominee to replace retiring Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch.

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