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- Deadly Los Angeles wildfire burns with subdued fury after change in weather October 13, 2019Firefighters have tightened their grip on a deadly Los Angeles wildfire burning with subdued fury on Sunday after extremely dry desert winds that had stoked the flames gave way to moister, gentler breezes blowing in from the Pacific.
- Hunter Biden disputes Trump attacks of his work, wades into impeachment fight October 13, 2019Hunter Biden, the son of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, for the first time on Sunday defended his work in Ukraine and China, after sustained criticism from Republican President Donald Trump that has in turn embroiled the White House in an impeachment inquiry.
- One person wounded in shooting at Miami-area shopping mall October 13, 2019Gunfire at a shopping center near Miami on Saturday left one person wounded and SWAT teams searching the mall for suspects, but police said they encountered "no active shooter" at the scene, according to official reports on Twitter.
- 'Broken system' starves U.S. oil boom of immigrant workers October 13, 2019New Mexico oil man Johnny Vega laid out his predicament as his crew hoisted pipes from a well during the biggest oil boom in U.S. history.
- One killed as hotel under construction collapses in New Orleans October 13, 2019One person was killed and at least 18 injured in New Orleans on Saturday when part of a Hard Rock Hotel under construction collapsed, filling a street with wreckage and clouds of dust.
- Outraged Fort Worth leaders ask why police shot black woman inside home October 13, 2019Pained and angry religious leaders warned Fort Worth, Texas, police they would scrutinize the investigation of an officer who shot and killed a 28-year-old black woman inside a home where, a family lawyer said, she had been playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew.
- Louisiana's Democratic governor will face run-off election against Republican October 13, 2019Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, a conservative Democrat seeking a second term, will face a Republican businessman in a run-off vote on Nov. 16 after failing to secure outright victory in an election on Saturday.
- Entrepreneur Andrew Yang's quixotic U.S. presidential campaign gets serious October 13, 2019Entrepreneur Andrew Yang knows most people initially viewed his candidacy for U.S. president – and his campaign promise to guarantee every American a basic, government-funded income – as a gimmick.
- Trump defends Giuliani in tweet after report of federal probe October 13, 2019U.S. President Donald Trump defended his attorney Rudy Giuliani on Saturday as a "legendary crime buster" and "wonderful lawyer" after a media report that prosecutors are investigating whether the former New York mayor broke lobbying laws in his dealings in Ukraine.
- Firefighters make gains against Los Angeles wildfire, evacuation orders lifted October 13, 2019More than 1,000 firefighters battled a deadly and fast-moving wildfire on the northern edge of Los Angeles on Saturday, reinforcing containment lines that allowed thousands of residents under evacuation orders to return to their homes.
- Trump called for Romney's impeachment in tweet, but could that actually happen? A look back in time October 14, 2019You never quite know when President Trump might fire off a tweet, targeting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., or House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif.
- Bernie Sanders unfazed by ringing phone interrupting Skype call at union candidate forum October 14, 2019Bernie Sanders showed an unflinching level of focus in the face of bothersome technology during a Skype call with the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) International Union presidential candidate forum on Sunday.
- Mexico halts caravan of 2,000 migrants bound for US; critics call roundup a 'human hunt' October 13, 2019A caravan of roughly 2,000 migrants bound for the United States early Saturday was halted by Mexican authorities only a few hours into their journey, according to witnesses cited by Reuters.
- Democrats using Intel Committee to keep impeachment facts hidden from the public, says WSJ's Kim Strassel October 13, 2019Congressional Democrats are skirting the past precedent of using the Judiciary Committee to impeach the president, and are instead relying on the House Intelligence Committee to shroud their work in darkness and keep vital facts hidden from the public, said Wall Street Journal columnist Kim Strassel.
- Sen. Van Hollen: Let White House have day in court before reaching 'final conclusion' on impeachment October 13, 2019President Trump and the White House deserve a fair shake with regard to their impeachment fight with congressional Democrats and should be allowed to produce their own evidence and witnesses, to refute accusations of wrongdoing, said Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md.., Sunday.
- California high school football player tackles teammate after interception for going the wrong way October 13, 2019A California high school football team spun a unique moment in sports on Friday night oddly similar to Jim Marshall's iconic gaff as a member of the Minnesota Vikings more than five decades later.
- Texas man arrested for threatening San Antonio mayor 14 times in 2 days on Facebook October 13, 2019A Texas man was arrested Friday on charges that he sent more than a dozen threatening messages to San Antonio’s mayor, leading the mayor’s staff to believe the man could be “the next shooter,” according to a warrant affidavit.
- California bills seeks to ban 'lunch shaming,' will guarantee state-funded meals for students October 13, 2019A new California bill hopes that "lunch shaming" will be a thing of the past as it guarantees that students in schools will receive state-funded lunches, even if their parents have failed to pay meal fees.
- South Carolina police officer saves choking 4-month-old baby, dramatic bodycam video shows October 13, 2019A South Carolina police officer is being hailed as a hero after a dramatic body camera video showed how his actions helped save a choking 4-month-old infant.
- White House petition asking US to recognize Taiwan surpasses 100K signatures October 13, 2019A White House petition calling for the United States to recognize Taiwan as an independent country surpassed 100,000 signatures over the weekend, a threshold that will require an official response from the Trump administration within 60 days.