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A judge gave his blessing to AT&T's drive to take over the Time Warner media conglomerate. He rejected the Justice Department's arguments that the combined company would be too powerful.
Some public health officials fear Trump's move to change how the Title X family planning funding is handled may hurt the effort to cut the record number of sexually transmitted diseases in the U.S.
One of the four key points agreed between President Trump and Kim Jong Un is to help repatriate the remains of Americans killed in action during the Korean War.
The world watched Monday night as President Trump and North Korean's leader Kim Jong Un shook hands in Singapore.
The U.S Preventive Services Task Force says that the benefits from routine electrocardiograms in people at low risk of heart disease don't outweigh the harms from unnecessary follow-up tests.
The U.N. pulled foreign staff from Hodeidah amid efforts to avert an attack by pro-government forces backed by the United Arab Emirates. A shutdown of the port could put hundreds of thousands at risk.
About half of the graduates from Los Angeles Unified School District high schools aren't eligible for admission in a four-year college in California; the district’s diploma requirements don’t line up with the state’s college admission rules.
In southwestern Colorado, residents of more than 2,000 homes have been ordered to evacuate, and the San Juan National Forest is closed to visitors due to extreme risks.
Rent, royalties and the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. kept money flowing in 2017.
Michigan Central Station's crumbling halls have been the subject of much "ruin porn." Now the depot is likely to become home for the automaker's self-driving and electric car divisions.
With a handshake, President Trump and Kim Jong Un made history Tuesday morning in the first meeting between a sitting U.S. president and the head of the North Korean regime.
Two internal USC investigations – and now a federal probe – are looking into administrators' role in alleged wrongdoing by two USC doctors.
When President Trump and Kim Jong Un meet on Tuesday, it will be the result of strenuous diplomacy by officials from the U.S., North Korea and other countries. Here are some of the key figures.
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LAUSD board voting on ambitious school performance goal plan — but is it setting up schools for failure?| June 12 2018, 4:51 PM
The LAUSD school board is voting today on a plan that would set goals to improve school performance, graduation rates and college and career readiness.
Immigration judges generally cannot consider domestic and gang violence as grounds for asylum, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday in a ruling that could affect large numbers of Central Americans who have increasingly turned to the United States for protection.
Think twice before drinking and...riding? Uber wants to develop AI to determine if a passenger is drunk| June 12 2018, 4:41 PM
Among the many upsides of using rideshare services like Uber and Lyft is the ability to call yourself a car when you find yourself in a situation where driving would earn you a DUI... The $20 cost of a rideshare is a small price to pay when you compare it to the tens of thousands of dollars it often costs to deal with a DUI charge.
After historic US-North Korea summit, mapping out the diplomatic road ahead and a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of denuclearization| June 12 2018, 4:38 PM
History was made with a handshake on Tuesday morning Singapore time as President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un met and signed an agreement last night at the conclusion of their historic summit.
The fate of the AT&T-Time Warner merger, a massive media deal opposed by the government that could shape how much consumers pay for streaming TV and movies, rests in the hands of a federal judge.
Keep the day job: Why folks aren’t quitting their conventional 9 to 5 despite the rise of the gig economy| June 12 2018, 4:18 PM
Despite the rise of Uber and Lyft, a new survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the full-time gig economy isn’t actually growing.