Trump on Mexican trip: 'Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss'
(CNN) Donald Trump got a presidential-style news conference on foreign soil but left his tough deal-making persona at home on a high-risk trip to Mexico on Wednesday. The Republican presidential nominee flew into a nation he has constantly berated ...
Trump discusses immigration, trade with Mexican President Peña Nieto
Trump gets what he wanted in Mexico
Mexico Disappointed at President's Meeting With Trump
Wall Street Journal
Dilma Rousseff Ousted in Historic Brazil Impeachment Vote
Wall Street Journal
BRASÍLIA— Dilma Rousseff, a former leftist guerrilla who defied a dictatorship but struggled as Brazil's president, was removed from office Wednesday following an impeachment trial she condemned as a coup. Far from ending Brazil's monthslong political ...
Brazil's President Rousseff ousted from office by Senate
Brazil's Senate ousts Dilma Rousseff in impeachment vote
Defiant to the end, Brazil's Rousseff vows to fight on
Tropical Storm Hermine approaches Florida, Hawaii on watch
TAMPA, Fla. A tropical storm developing in the Gulf of Mexico could produce near hurricane-force winds by the time it makes landfall in Florida, the National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday. Tropical Storm Hermine, with winds gusting at 45 miles per ...
Tropical Storm Hermine Strengthening in Gulf of Mexico; Warnings Posted Ahead of Landfall in Florida
The tropical storm that's churning toward Florida and could move up the East Coast 'has a mind of its own'
Increasing chances for tropical storm conditions in the Mid-Atlantic this weekend
Read Hillary Clinton's Speech Touting 'American Exceptionalism'
Hillary Clinton went on the offensive against Donald Trump in a speech she gave Wednesday in Cincinnati. Appearing at the American Legion's national convention, Clinton spoke of “American exceptionalism” and of Trump's misunderstanding of the term.
Clinton slams Trump as a dangerous isolationist in American Legion speech
Hillary Clinton, Swiping at Donald Trump, Argues US Is Vital World Leader
The Inverted Politics of American Exceptionalism
Supreme Court won't let North Carolina use strict voting law
The Supreme Court will not allow North Carolina in the coming election to use a strict voting law that a lower court found was enacted “with almost surgical precision” to blunt the influence of African American voters. The court said Wednesday it would ...
Supreme Court won't reinstate North Carolina voter ID law
Supreme Court Blocks Stricter Voting Rules in North Carolina
Supreme Court denies North Carolina appeal to enforce its voter ID rules
A 72-minute trip from Fort Lauderdale to central Cuba makes history
A mother and daughter from Utah took a leap to experience history. A couple snagged a chance to save money and see family. A woman returned home for a quick vacation. And a man finally had a chance at reunion with his children — nearly a decade since ...
Scheduled Flights to Cuba From US Begin Again, Now With Jet Engines
US-Cuba Re-Establish Regular Air Service For First Time In More Than Half Century
First US-Cuba commercial flight in more than 50 years touches down
5 Things We Just Learned About the Tesla-SolarCity Deal
When Tesla tsla CEO Elon Musk first proposed buying his other company SolarCity scty in June, some people thought Musk had gone into insane mode just like his electric cars. There were the glaringly obvious conflicts of interest, as Musk is not only ...
Musk Talked Merger With SolarCity CEO Before Sale of Stock
Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) isn't “a business”; it's a cash incinerator
Tesla Motors: We're Going to Need to Sell More Stock, Again
Paul LePage Says He Won't Resign After All
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) said Wednesday that he has no plans to resign, adding that from this day forward, he will no longer talk to the media. “I will no longer speak to the press ever again after today,” he told reporters Wednesday. “And I'm serious.
NYC comedian claims to have baited LePage's racial remarks
LePage says he won't resign – or talk to press 'ever again'
Maine Gov. Paul LePage will not resign
New York Times
World's Oldest Fossils Found in Greenland
New York Times
Stromatolites from the Isua area of Greenland may be the oldest fossil evidence of life on Earth. Credit Allen Nutman. Geologists have discovered in Greenland evidence for ancient life in rocks that are 3.7 billion years old. The find, if confirmed ...
3.7-billion-year-old fossil makes life on Mars less of a long shot
3.7-billion-year-old fossils may be the oldest signs of life on Earth
Wavy Greenland rock features 'are oldest fossils'
NFL apparently had no proof of PED use beyond the claims of Charles Sly
The statement clearing Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers, and James Harrison admits that the NFL found “no credible evidence” of a PED violation by the players. Which confirms that the NFL insisted that the three players submitted to interviews without ...
Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and James Harrison cleared by NFL in PED investigation
Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers, James Harrison Cleared in PEDs Investigation
James Harrison used Instagram as a personal victory lap against the NFL