Cartel Gunmen Chase Away Security Forces, Free El Chapo's Son

Ovidio Guzman's brief apprehension triggered intense gunbattles across the city of Culiacan.

Venezuela Wins Seat On U.N. Rights Council Despite Fierce U.S. Opposition

The council is responsible for protecting human rights, which Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accused of violating.

Patrick Day, Boxer Beaten Unconscious In Title Bout, Dies At Age 27

Day is at least the third pro fighter to die from head injuries in the ring this year.

Inside TurboTax’s 20-Year Fight to Stop Americans From Filing Their Taxes for Free

Using lobbying, the revolving door and “dark pattern” customer tricks, Intuit fended off the government’s attempts to make tax filing free and easy, and ...

Canada Joins The Growing List Of Countries Where Election Misinformation Reigns

Around the world, conspiracies are traveling from fringe online communities into the mainstream political conversation.

GM And UAW Reach Tentative Deal To End Massive Strike

A union council still needs to approve it in order to bring a painful work stoppage to a close.

US Security Chief 'Heaped Pain' On Grieving Parents Of Harry Dunn

The U.K. parents, who were invited to the White House, were shocked to discover that the woman involved in the fatal crash that killed their son was in t...

Simone Biles Owns Her G.O.A.T. Status With This Perfect Quote

The world champion and Olympic champion gymnast just got real about "the facts."

Typhoon Hagibis Leaves At Least 66 Dead In Japan

Hagibis was the worst storm to hit the country in decades, with some regions getting up to 3 feet of rain in just 24 hours.

LeBron James Says Daryl Morey Wasn't 'Educated' About Hong Kong And China

The Lakers forward shared his thoughts on the Houston Rockets general manager's tweet in support of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong.

Boxer Patrick Day In Coma 'Fighting For His Life' After Knockout

The fighter was in "extremely critical condition," his manager said.

Father of British Teen Killed In Crash With U.S. Diplomat's Wife Recalls Finding Son

Harry Dunn described seeing his son for the last time following the crash with an American who later invoked diplomatic immunity and left the U.K.

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