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In the exchanges, which Donald Trump Jr. released on Twitter, the whistleblower website praises his father's positive comments about their operations and asks Trump Jr. to release his father's tax returns to the site.
Backhoes and heavy equipment are used to dig through the debris of buildings toppled by the 7.3 magnitude temblor, with weeping women crying out to God as aid workers find new bodies.
The embattled Senate candidate's support from fellow Republicans is hemorrhaging after a second woman accused the Alabaman of groping her when she was a teenager in the late 1970s.
Wrapping up his extensive tour of Asia, Trump lauds progress on trade and says he put the world on notice that the “rules have changed” for countries that want to do business with the U.S.
Nearly half of the “#metoo” mentions have come from outside the U.S., and decades-old sexual harassment and assault allegations have led to the downfall of some of those countries’ most powerful men.
Authorities in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad are rounding up beggars ahead of a visit by Ivanka Trump for an international conference.
Vineyards in Napa and Sonoma counties are assessing the impact of smoke and other damage on this year's vintage and persuading tourists to return.
In a study published in Clinical Psychological Science, researchers suggest that cyberbullying and social media posts depicting “perfect” lives may be taking a toll on teens’ mental health.
Kohl's shoppers can find Amazon devices at some stores. Nike has made some of its sneakers available through Amazon. And Walmart is buying smaller online brands and partnering with Lord & Taylor on the web.
Italian newspapers spared no words in describing the four-time champion's failure to qualify for soccer's World Cup for the first time in six decades.