MIAMI — Haiti’s presidential debate opened with the three E’s: economy, energy and education. But the four well-known Haitian journalists posing questions struggled to get precision from the eight candidates who took center stage Sunday afternoon at North Miami Senior High School’s auditorium before a cynical and raucous crowd.
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ROSEBURG, Ore. - The frenzy and fear that gripped this tightknit community in the days after it lost nine of its own gave way Sunday morning to hope and healing as the streets fell nearly silent and the church pews overflowed.
MIAMI — Having battered the central and southern islands of the Bahamas, Hurricane Joaquin continued to veer away from the East Coast on Sunday night and out toward the North Atlantic — brushing by the British territory of Bermuda, and buffeting the island with wind and rain.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A slow-moving storm in South Carolina left parts of Charleston underwater and dumped a more than a foot of rain on parts of Columbia.
The Supreme Court begins its new term on Monday under an election-year spotlight, with a chief justice who’s become a campaign issue and a docket that seems designed to remind Americans about the importance of the high court in the presidential contest.
A day before a gunman in Oregon killed eight classmates and his college writing teacher, sheriff’s detectives in Northern California’s Tuolomne County foiled a plot by students to go on a shooting rampage at their high school near Yosemite National Park, authorities said.
OSHKOSH, Wis. — Algebra is not the easiest subject for the average person to understand, but it’s even more difficult for a blind student.
GUATEMALA CITY — At least 59 people have been confirmed dead in a mudslide on the outskirts of Guatemala City, the public prosecutor said Saturday.
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court justices will face tough choices and political potshots from both left and right when they reclaim their seats Monday.
ATLANTA - Negotiators from the United States and 11 other nations struggled Saturday to break an impasse on an expansive Pacific Rim trade accord backed by the Obama administration, setting up what could be a make-or-break final day of talks.