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Citing safety of children, LA to move homeless away from schools

LOS ANGELES, California: During a meeting that was disrupted by protesters this week, the Los Angeles City Council voted to ...


Cars swept away during record floods in Death Valley National Park

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, California: Record rainfall on August 5 caused floods at Death Valley National Park that closed all ...


Giants face lowly Pirates, aim to get back in wild-card race

Pittsburgh right-hander Bryse Wilson is scheduled to make the first California start of his five-year career when he gets the ...


Rockies, Diamondbacks coming off wins as series begins

Five years ago, the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks faced off in the National League wild-card game, a matchup that ...


Brewers, Cardinals to tangle for leg up in NL Central

The stakes in the National League Central Division get higher starting this weekend as the Milwaukee Brewers visit the St. ...


Brendan Rodgers, Rockies too strong for Cardinals

Brendan Rodgers belted a three-run homer and Ryan McMahon also went deep to power the host Colorado Rockies to an ...


Broncos name Damani Leech new team president

The Denver Broncos named Damani Leech their team president on Thursday. It's the latest shuffling of executives since the new ...


Pirates eye chance to split 4-game set with Diamondbacks

The Pittsburgh Pirates are fresh off a rare win over the Arizona Diamondbacks and now look to gain a split ...


Cardinals out to continue hot stretch vs. Rockies

A seven-game winning streak vaulted the St. Louis Cardinals into first place in the National League Central, but their grip ...


Albert Pujols homers, leads Cardinals past Rockies

Albert Pujols homered and finished with four hits, Nolan Arenado also went deep among his three hits, and the St. ...


Broncos add two running backs to roster

The Denver Broncos added running backs Stevie Scott and JaQuan Hardy to their roster on Wednesday. The Broncos signed Scott, ...


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US, India to hold military exercise near disputed Chinese border

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. will participate in a joint military exercise in mid-October with India, less than 62 miles from ...

South Korea sends orbiter to moon, seeks to join exclusive club

SEOUL, South Korea: South Korea has launched a domestically manufactured lunar orbiter that took off from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space ...

Russian missile scientist charged with passing secrets to China

MOSCOW, Russia: A leading Russian scientist in the field of hypersonic flight, Dr. Alexander Shiplyuk, has been arrested on suspicion ...

Citing safety of children, LA to move homeless away from schools

LOS ANGELES, California: During a meeting that was disrupted by protesters this week, the Los Angeles City Council voted to ...

Former Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vazquez arrested on bribery charges

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Justice Department announced this week that former Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vazquez has been arrested in ...

Canada sends 225 soldiers to help train Ukrainian forces

OTTAWA, Ontario: Military trainers from Canada will head to the United Kingdom to teach Ukrainians new techniques for fighting the ...

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U.S. to sue Google, claiming antitrust violations in ad sales

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S.Department of Justice is reportedly preparing to sue Google as soon as next month, claiming that the ...

Stocks in Asia tread water, Japan's Nikkei 225 the only winner

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in Japan surged on Friday as investors and traders returned to their desks after a ...

Officials hopeful as UK consumer confidence rises

LONDON, England: A survey conducted by YouGov and consultancy Cebr reported that UK consumer confidence slowly rose in July, after ...

Bengali FM accuses Swiss ambassador of lying about bank accounts info

DHAKA, Bangladesh - Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has stated that the Switzerland Ambassador to Bangladesh Nathalie Chuard's claims that ...

U.S. stocks fail to find direction, Nasdaq slips 75 points

NEW YORK, New York - Stocks closed mixed the world over Thursday as investors struggled to get a clear picture ...

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Calif. drinking water, irrigation harmed as saltwater enters rivers

LOS ANGELES, California: Since early May, Charlie Hamilton has not irrigated his vineyards with water from the Sacramento River, despite ...


Citing safety of children, LA to move homeless away from schools

LOS ANGELES, California: During a meeting that was disrupted by protesters this week, the Los Angeles City Council voted to ...


Cars swept away during record floods in Death Valley National Park

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, California: Record rainfall on August 5 caused floods at Death Valley National Park that closed all ...


Pirates eye chance to split 4-game set with Diamondbacks

The Pittsburgh Pirates are fresh off a rare win over the Arizona Diamondbacks and now look to gain a split ...


Cardinals out to continue hot stretch vs. Rockies

A seven-game winning streak vaulted the St. Louis Cardinals into first place in the National League Central, but their grip ...


MLB roundup: Dodgers win season-high 10th straight game

Max Muncy, Chris Taylor and Joey Gallo hit home runs Wednesday and the Los Angeles Dodgers extended their season-best winning ...


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Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Expectations were high for this top of the line Hyatt product in "The Big Easy". The taxi rolled up to the rear of the ...

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