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Discrimination, alcohol, tobacco tied to panic attacks in minorities

A new study has linked discrimination, alcohol and tobacco to panic attacks among minority Americans.

Demi Lovato performs at Hillary Clinton’s rally

Singer Demi Lovato extended support to Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and delivered an impromptu performance at her rally while visiting the University of Iowa.

Weather report: US East Coast braces for historic blizzard

US East Coast braced Friday for a winter blizzard of epic proportions with about 75 million people in the storm's path and the American capital right in the bull's eye. Preparing for what people are calling "Snowmaggedon 2016

As Barack Obama pushes agenda, Texas leads legal push-back

Among the few certainties in the current U.S. political environment are that immigration will be a flashpoint, abortion will remain divisive and Texas will sue the administration of President Barack Obama.

Donald Trump wins Sarah Palin backing; Bernie Sanders rising against Hillary Clinton

Two weeks before the first nominating contests, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump picked up his biggest endorsement in Sarah Palin even as Bernie Sanders posed a rising challenge to the Democratic frontrunner H

Democratic debate 2016: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders spar over guns, healthcare, Obama

It wasn't anything like the fiery Republican debate, but Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton went into the attack against rival Bernie Sanders, who is fast catching up with her in the polls.

For better or worse, Bill Clinton not a big factor among US voters: Poll

Bill Clinton may not be the "secret weapon" that Hillary Clinton needs in the U.S. presidential race. And the former Democratic president may not become the albatross that Republican candidate Donald Trump expects, either.

Nikki Haley takes swipe at Donald Trump’s rhetoric

Citing her own success story as a daughter of Indian American immigrants, South Carolina's Republican governor Nikki Haley took a swipe at her own party's presidential frontrunner Donald Trump for his anti-immigrant rhetoric.

Hillary Clinton calls for an end to US immigration raids

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on Monday for an end to raids by U.S. officials to deport undocumented Central American families, saying they were divisive and sowing fear in immigrant communities.

Barack Obama’s last State of the Union to set final goals, promote legacy

President Barack Obama will present an agenda for his final year in office and beyond on Tuesday in his last State of the Union address, aimed at generating support for a Pacific trade pact, tighter gun laws and closure of th

Facts about B-52 bomber, which flew over South Korea

Facts about the U.S. B-52 long-range bomber, which flew over South Korea on Sunday in response to North Korea's fourth nuclear test last week:

Citizen Cruz: Donald Trump hammers away, US Senate leader mum on eligibility

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Sunday hammered away at his closest challenger's eligibility to be U.S. president, while the party's Senate leader said the chamber will stay out of the fray involving Ted

Barack Obama taking State of the Union speech to ‘cord cutters’

President Barack Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday will be more available to "cord cutters," a nod to the changing television viewing habits of Americans, the White House said on Sunday.

US judge blocks Donald Trump testimony in trademark spat

Donald Trump can stay on the campaign trail and will not have to testify in a trademark dispute with an Internet marketing company, which a US judge on Wednesday said was trying to "harass" the Republican presidential candida

Apple shares drop below $100 for first time since August on slowing shipments of iPhone 6S, 6S Plus

Apple Inc shares dropped below $100 for the first time in nearly five months on Wednesday following reports of slowing shipments of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.

Macy’s to cut over 2,000 jobs, shut stores amid weak holiday sales

Macy's Inc said it will eliminate more than 2,000 jobs and consolidate operations after reporting weak holiday sales, highlighting a downturn in apparel demand that has likely taken a similar toll on other department stores a

California governor declares Los Angeles-area gas leak an emergency

Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday declared a Los Angeles-area natural gas leak that has been sickening nearby residents for more than two months an emergency, calling for alternatives to stop the underground leak if existing

Jeb Bush rules out third-party run if Donald Trump wins Republican nomination

US Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Wednesday ruled out a third-party candidacy should Donald Trump win the party's 2016 nomination but held tight to his belief that Trump is a "jerk" and not qualified to be pres

Pizza, rifles and tension: A night inside the Oregon protest

The doorknob rattled. Two of the men occupying federal biologist's office in a stand-off over land rights hopped from their chairs and swung rifles toward the locked door.

California shooter’s visa record shows routine interview, no flags raised

The record of San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik's U.S. visa interview in Pakistan shows it was conducted without any obvious irregularities and triggered no significant suspicions, according to a source familiar with the

Barack Obama’s gun control measures to spark political, legal fights

President Barack Obama is igniting a political firestorm this week by bypassing Congress with new measures to tighten U.S. gun rules that are likely to redefine what it means to be a gun dealer and possibly spark legal challe

Barack Obama to soon announce gun-control measures

US President Barack Obama on Monday said that he will soon roll out gun-control initiatives, stressing that the measures will be "entirely consistent" with the constitutional right to bear arms.

Government No 1 problem for US in 2015: Gallup

For the second consecutive year, Americans' dissatisfaction with the US government edged out economy as the country's top problem in 2015, a poll analysis by the Gallup showed.

Stone scores twice, Senators beat Bruins 3-1

Goaltender Craig Anderson is showing he can handle a heavy workload. Mark Stone scored twice, Anderson stopped 38 shots and the Ottawa Senators beat the Boston Bruins 3-1 Sunday.

NFL: Previously perfect Carolina Panthers beaten by Falcons

With one mighty leap, Julio Jones ended the Carolina Panthers' perfect season. Atlanta's star receiver discarded one Carolina defender, jumped over another and snagged a 70-yard...

Christmas storms, tornadoes kill at least 43 in US

Storms hit the U.S. South, Southwest and Midwest over the Christmas holiday weekend, unleashing floods and tornadoes that killed at least 43 people, flattened buildings and snarled transportation for millions during a busy tr

Abstract painter, sculptor Ellsworth Kelly dies at 92

Influential American abstract painter and sculptor Ellsworth Kelly died on Sunday, said an art gallery owner in New York. He was 92.

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