As California's most deadliest and destructive wildfire continues to wreak havoc around the state, the residents of Paradise, Calif., mourn the loss of homes, businesses, and landmarks and cherish what they loved best about their community.
Georgia officials are on the cusp of certifying Republican Brian Kemp as the winner of the gubernatorial race, but Democrat Stacey Abrams refuses to back down. In an unprecedented move, Ms. Abrams and her campaign team may go to court to contest the election.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos wants to overhaul how cases of sexual misconduct are handled on school campuses as a way to simplify existing policies and grant those accused of misconduct a presumption of innocence throughout the disciplinary process.
In the first contingent of several different migrant caravans, hundreds of Central Americans have reached the US-Mexico border. Mexico has offered refuge, asylum, and work visas to the migrants, but some migrants remain intent on making it over the US border.
Though Amazon's offices in New York and Virginia will add some 50,000 jobs, it will also add 50,000 riders to already strained transit systems and commuter roadways. Amid the complaining, some hope Amazon might chip in to help make needed improvements.
With advances in artificial intelligence, machines are poised to invade workplaces that once seemed immune to automation. Transportation is one of the key areas where machines are on the march.
The day before the devastating wildfires began in California last week, utility Pacific Gas & Electric Co. requested access to some of its power lines, says a property owner. An investigation is now under way to determine if PG&E negligence was the cause of the fire.
Tom Perez, chair of the Democratic National Committee, talks up his party's wins in the midterms, strategy for 2020, and his unending faith in the Buffalo Bills with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast.
By next year, Medicare Advantage will offer additional services to seniors – including help with chores, safety devices, and home-delivered meals – in about 20 states. It's a rare moment of bipartisanship, supported by both Republican and Democratic lawmakers.
In Georgia's highly contested election for governor, former Secretary of State Brian Kemp has declared victory, but Stacy Abrams' campaign argues that there are enough outstanding votes to force a runoff.
While federal law states that an immigrant can apply for asylum within a year of arriving in the United States, regardless of how they entered, President Trump plans to restrict asylum claims to those who apply only at a legal port-of-entry.