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The Louisiana-based Cajun Navy traveled to the east coast to save residents and their pets from the storm.

President Trump is expected to announce a 10 percent tariff on some $200 billion of Chinese imports as early as Monday.

Some sellers reportedly offer Amazon employees money in exchange for customer data and to delete negative reviews.

Florence, Maria, Sandy, Katrina: We've been naming storms and hurricanes for 65 years.

Gov. Jerry Brown signed two measures to help make that goal a reality Monday.

Authorities say the officer mistakenly entered 26-year-old Botham Jean's apartment, thinking it was her own, before fatally shooting him.

The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights published a report that said the Nicaraguan government is using violence to repress protests.

Unions across the state have been renegotiating contracts after the state legislature boosted education funding to comply with a court ruling.

The program was reportedly housing over 1,000 families as of August 1.

The report, seen by media outlets, said inspectors verified that Iran was producing nuclear materials within levels set by the deal.

We spoke to Sara Alfageeh about finding inspiration.

Sen. John McCain will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda on Friday.

Twitter said the new policy goes into effect Sept. 30.

Some of the president's supporters said he deserved credit for a 400 percent climb in black business ownership. That claim isn't backed up.

Tribune Media had initially sued Sinclair Broadcast Group, alleging the it undermined a planned merger between the two companies.

Gov. Ricardo Rossello said the new number is based on an estimate by George Washington University.

The president took aim at Google on Tuesday and claimed the internet giant is suppressing conservative voices.

Seniors, men and the less educated may be especially affected, according to the study.

Tributes are pouring in for Sen. John McCain, who died Saturday.

Reality Winner leaked a report to The Intercept last year detailing Russian efforts to target U.S. election officials.

The pages, accounts and groups originated in Russia and Iran, according to the company.

Senators finally got a chance to ask the FCC for its side of the story on the fake DDOS attack that shut down its online comment section.

And it's not clear whether it would even hold up in court.

Fighting a war in space is going to require some technology that the U.S. does not have.

Iran's supreme leader spoke out against the U.S. in his first comments since some sanctions started snapping back.

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