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Prosecutors charge Oklahoma officer in shooting of Terence Crutcher

Tulsa officer Betty Shelby fatally shot 40-year-old Terence Crutcher on Sept. 16.

A cinematic thriller of love, film, kidnapping and Korean politics

It probably would have helped the cause of North Korean socialism not to go around kidnapping major film stars.

Six years after oil spill, La. oyster farmers still struggling

A post-oil spill environment is a new and uncertain proving ground for restoring an aquaculture that was almost put out of existence.

AFL-CIO Exec. VP Tefere Gebre addresses immigration on two coasts

Do American workers lose out because of immigration? Gebre, himself a refugee, tackled the question at an LA summit on race and at the UN in NY.

Colonial Pipeline spill confirms worries of Standing Rock Sioux water protectors

At first report 1,000 gallons of gasoline had been spilled, then 250,000 gallons and now 336,000 gallons according to latest estimates.

Chilean president Bachelet campaigns for 'transformative role of women'

"Women are able to do much more if they are equal and can be agents of social change," Michelle Bachelet said at the Wilson Institute in Washington Thursday.