Suspect in fatal Fla. air base shooting is Saudi military pilot who was training in U.S., senior official says

Three people were killed and several others injured, with the shooter also confirmed dead, the local sheriff's office said. The Pensacola shooting comes two days after a gunman opened fire at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam near Honolulu, killing two before shooting and killing himself.
A man walks across a dried and burned-out landscape, a result of the Real Fire, in Goleta, Calif.
A man walks across a dried and burned-out landscape, a result of the Real Fire, in Goleta, Calif.
Jay Ruskey has winnowed his avocado orchard and turned to planting more exotic fruits on his farm, including the dragon fruit.
Jay Ruskey has winnowed his avocado orchard and turned to planting more exotic fruits on his farm, including the dragon fruit.
La Paloma Ranch manager John Kleinwachter plants tropical crops that are more resilient to the county’s drier, warmer climate.
La Paloma Ranch manager John Kleinwachter plants tropical crops that are more resilient to the county’s drier, warmer climate.
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Inside the opioid industry’s marketing machine

Drug manufacturers paid doctors and movie stars to promote more aggressive pain treatment. The companies created campaigns for their sales forces. Unsealed court documents reveal how drug companies ramped up sales during the epidemic.

Trump faces 5 p.m. deadline on participating in Judiciary Committee proceedings

The president’s decision could impact the timing of a vote by the full House to impeach him. Many Democrats anticipate taking action before Christmas.
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This is the hottest job market since the 1990s. Why aren’t wages growing faster?

One of the lingering problems with this strong jobs picture is why wages aren’t growing as they did in the late 1990s, when yearly wage growth routinely topped 4 percent.
The legislation included an implicit critique of President Trump’s moves to legitimize Israel’s increasingly assertive behavior in the West Bank and Golan Heights.
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Rep. Matt Gaetz's claim is the subject of real debate among impeachment scholars. We asked six experts to weigh in.
The 15-year-old son of the face of the NBA is already a star in his own right with nearly four million Instagram followers and a media circus surrounding his high school team.
A team of three pushed their modified Mercedes for 2,825.3 miles on an illegal coast-to-coast tear in less than 28 hours.
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Teens in Argentina are leading the charge for a gender-neutral language

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