During the campaign, Podesta’s personal email was hacked, and its contents were acquired by Russia-backed hackers and later released by WikiLeaks.
The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, a coalition of 45 Latino advocacy organizations across the country, launched the “Latino Heritage Month of Action.”
Officials in Rosemont, Illinois have examined nearly 30 hours of video collected from 47 hotel cameras after Jenkins was found dead.
A new poll from the Pew Research Center found that 65 percent of Mexicans don’t have a favorable view of the U.S. —the highest than any time in the last 15 years.
Bodega, a startup that wants to put mom-and-pop corner stores out of business, is facing backlash and possible legal issues.
Even though Hurricane Irma left some damage in Key West, the Hemingway House did not report any cat-astrophe.
Affected areas will see a wholesale rebuild of the electrical grid, which could be considered the longest restoration in U.S. history.
While some hurricane victims in Barbuda have welcomed Venezuela's aid, the South American country is also dealing with climate-related issues that still require the Maduro administration’s attention.
Processing centers, antennae systems and towers are capable of withstanding fierce wind gusts and potential flooding, but nothing is "100 percent hurricane-proof."
As the amendment expiration date draws near, the District of Columbia and 29 states may see their state marijuana laws jeopardized.