Sen. Dianne Feinstein's debate with a group of school children over climate change policy, captured in a video that went viral late Friday, underscored tensions brewing within the Democratic Party between its restive liberal activists and more moderate, pragmatic elected officials.
It took six rounds of a shootout, but Sammy Blais – who was in San Antonio four days ago – beat Tuukka Rask from the tightest of angles to give the Blues a 2-1 victory Saturday over the Boston Bruins before a sellout crowd of 18,425 at Enterprise Center.
Stanley Donen, who directed or co-directed some of Hollywood's best-known movie musicals, including "On the Town," "Royal Wedding" and what many consider the greatest movie musical of all time, "Singin' in the Rain," has died. He was 94.
The highway crash that injured the Timberwolves' Karl-Anthony Towns on Thursday and led to the All-Star missing his first NBA game was caused when a semitrailer truck hit from behind the car he was riding in, authorities said Saturday.
WASHINGTON –– Special counsel Robert Mueller told the judge in Washington who'll soon sentence Paul Manafort that President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman "repeatedly and brazenly violated the law" and that his prison term should take into account the "gravity" of his conduct.
A helicopter hovered the backfields of the Carpenter Complex earlier this week, grabbing the attention of a group of Phillies players as they went through their morning stretches before another day of workouts.
The Portland Trail Blazers are a bad matchup for the 76ers when the Sixers are healthy. So you kind of knew going into Saturday's game that the Sixers, without All-Star center Joel Embiid, could struggle.
VATICAN CITY – As a boy raised Catholic in Erie, Pa., Jim VanSickle never imagined that his first trip to Rome would be to talk about the priest who tried to sexually assault him in a rundown hotel room just days before his high school graduation.
Venezuelan security forces skirmished with protesters along the Colombian border in clashes over aid shipments between President Nicolas Maduro's government and U.S.-backed opponents trying to drive him out of power.