China imposes limits on oil supply to North Korea
New sanctions by Beijing, a close ally of Pyongyang, also include an import ban on textile products from North Korea.
Leukemia patient's perfect donor is in Vietnam but U.S. won't grant visa, family says
Doctors say Helen Huynh will die without a transplant and while her sister is a perfect match, she's in Vietnam and can't get a temporary visa
11th patient from sweltering nursing home that lost power in Irma dies
Police in Florida said a 94-year-old woman died Thursday. It's the 11 death of patient from a nursing home that lost air conditioning after Hurricane Irma.
Tom Price under investigation for charter jet scandal
HHS investigates Secy. Price for allegedly spending $300k on private planes. New details from the reporter who broke the story.
Guajataca Dam failing in Puerto Rico, forcing extremely dangerous situation
Isabela and Quebradillas were being evacuated because the nearby Guajataca Dam was failing after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico
Michigan ACLU alleges bias against same-sex foster, adoptive couples
The Michigan ACLU filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday on behalf of two same-sex couples who allege discrimination when they sought to foster and adopt children.
Breaking the brass ceiling: Three women of color hold top law enforcement jobs in Dallas
For the first time, three women, all minorities, are in Dallas' top law enforcement jobs.
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