McCain Announces Opposition To Obamacare Repeal Bill, Possibly Dooming It
Arizona Sen. John McCain is the second Republican to oppose the legislation, after Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul came out against it last week. If one more GOP senator is against the bill, it cannot pass.
Milo Yiannopoulos' 'Free Speech Week' At Berkeley Falls Apart, Organizers Say
The right-wing activist and a student group organized the event as a response to what they see as university efforts to shut down conservative speakers on campus. The event was meant to start Sunday.
'World's Wealthiest Woman,' Liliane Bettencourt, Dies At 94
The heiress may be remembered for the l'affaire Bettencourt which spilled into French politics and saw a confidante accused of exploiting the elderly woman for lavish gifts.
Hurricane Maria Leaves Puerto Rico Without Power, Hits Dominican Republic
We are without power, the whole island is without power, Jenniffer González-Colón, Puerto Rico's resident commissioner, tells NPR.
Oklahoma City Police Fatally Shoot Deaf Man Despite Yells Of 'He Can't Hear You'
The police department's spokesperson said he didn't know if officers heard witnesses yelling that the man was deaf and couldn't hear the officers' commands.
Puerto Rico Energy Infrastructure Is 'Completely Down,' Governor Says
Hurricane Maria, the strongest hurricane to have hit the island in decades, is believed to have taken down critical high-voltage power lines. Gov. Ricardo Rosselló says repairs could take months.
Once Teased For Her Love Of Bugs, 8-Year-Old Co-Authors Scientific Paper
Sophia Spencer was extremely fond of bugs, especially grasshoppers. Her peers didn't always appreciate her interest. Entomologists on Twitter, on the other hand, were huge fans of her passion.
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