More Protests Follow Trump in Day of California Rallies
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Donald Trump's latest day of California campaigning was again rocked by protests both inside and outside of his two Friday rallies, which spanned 350 miles from Fresno in Central California to San Diego, not far from the Mexican ...
In San Diego, Trump shames local 'Mexican' judge as protesters storm streets
Trump tells California 'there is no drought'
Clashes erupt on San Diego streets after Trump rally
Doctors: Postpone or move Olympics due to Zika
(CNN) The summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro should be postponed or moved "in the name of public health" due to the widening Zika outbreak in Brazil, more than 100 prominent doctors and professors said Friday in an open letter to the World Health ...
150 experts say Olympics must be moved or postponed because of Zika
Health experts urge WHO to consider moving Rio Olympics
Zika crisis: WHO rejects 'move Rio Olympics' call
In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons
HIROSHIMA, Japan — Nearly 71 years after an American bomber passed high above this Japanese city on a clear August morning on a mission that would alter history, President Obama on Friday made a solemn visit to Hiroshima to offer respects to the ...
President Obama Visits Hiroshima
What About Nagasaki?
Sympathy for victims but no apology as Obama makes historic Hiroshima visit
New York Daily News
Vintage World War II plane crashes in Hudson River; pilot killed
New York Daily News
The pilot of a World War II plane was killed after his aircraft crashed into the Hudson River Friday, officials and witnesses said. The single-seater P-47 Thunderbolt fighter began smoking and listing to one side as it buzzed over the water and went ...
Divers recover body in search of pilot of small plane that crashed in Hudson River
Body recovered after WWII airplane crashes in Hudson River
Small Plane Goes Down On Hudson River; Pilot's Body Recovered
The Daily Trail: Trump to Sanders: Sorry, I don't debate people who don't win
If you're reading this around the time it's sent — at close-of-business time Friday, on a holiday weekend — then you're probably someone who's savvy enough about political news to know that we are entering prime news dump hours. For any lawmaker ...
Trump ducks Sanders debate and we lose
Bernie Sanders: Trump Presidency a Danger to the World
Donald Trump Says No, He Won't Debate Bernie Sanders
Amber Heard's Shocking Abuse Claims Against Johnny Depp: Details of Alleged Attack 2 Days Before She Filed for ...
In court filings, Amber Heard claims that Johnny Depp hit her with a cell phone, pulled her hair and screamed at her last Saturday night – and was abusive to her throughout their 15-month marriage. In court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Heard, 30, who ...
Amber Heard Denied $50000 Monthly Spousal Support From Johnny Depp: 11 More Things We Learned From the ...
Amber Heard granted restraining order against Johnny Depp
Amber Heard claims Johnny Depp threw phone at her in drunken rage
Feds expect more Atlantic tropical storms than last 3 years
MIAMI – U.S. government forecasters expect a near-normal Atlantic hurricane season, after three relatively slow years. But they also say climate conditions that influence storm development are making it difficult to predict how many hurricanes and ...
1 to 4 major Atlantic hurricanes possible this year, NOAA says
Warnings Issued as Tropical Depression Could Lash Southeast Coast
The Latest: Tropical storm warning issued for South Carolina
A Possible Cellphone Link to Cancer? A Rat Study Launches New Debate
A giant U.S. study meant to help decide whether cellphones cause cancer is coming back with confusing results. A report on the study, conducted in rats and mice, is not finished yet. But advocates pushing for more research got wind of the partial ...
Study Linking Tumors in Rats to Cellphones Raises a Host of Questions
Study in rats reignites debate over cell phones and cancer
US Cellphone Study Fans Cancer Worries
New York Times
Behind Long Airport Lines, a Chain of TSA Cuts, Missteps and Crises
New York Times
Passengers waited to go through security screening this week at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. Credit Joshua Lott for The New York Times. More than 2.5 million Americans will head to airports this weekend dreading their encounters with a ...
How Airports Can Get Rid of TSA Screeners