Tribune News Service

D-Day still calls to them, 75 years later

They’re invading Normandy again, 75 years after D-Day. So much has changed. One thing hasn’t.

Veterans working in cannabis denied benefit of GI bill

By Emily Kopp, CQ-Roll Call WASHINGTON — For 75 years, veterans purchasing…

Months after Camp fire, 2 more victims are identified

By Javier Panzar, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Butte County officials…

White House directs Hope Hicks, Annie Donaldson not to turn over documents

WASHINGTON — The White House is seeking to bar two more former…

An ode to Stappi, Italy’s red bitter soda

I don’t know if my love affair with Stappi is because of the bitter edge to the sweet soda or because of its vibrant vermillion color and the super-cute little bottles.

Israel’s new elections thrust Netanyahu’s future into turmoil

Reports of Benjamin Netanyahu’s election victory last month turned out to be premature as he failed to form a government and engineered new elections instead.

Iranians set up fake social media accounts to influence U.S. midterm elections

Iranians posing as Americans set up fake accounts on social media platforms between April 2018 and March 2019.

Pelosi slams Facebook over doctored video

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sharply criticized Facebook for not taking down a doctored video of her.

U.S. failing the West when it comes to preventing wildfires

President Donald Trump has laid the blame for out-of-control California wildfires on the state’s “gross mismanagement” of its forests.

Mueller: Investigation did not exonerate Trump

In his first public comments on the Russia investigation, outgoing special counsel Robert S. Mueller III refused Wednesday to clear President Donald Trump.

Hawaii shark attack victim ‘went out for one last swim’

Thomas Smiley seemingly could do anything and enjoyed everything.

Kamala Harris wants to halt state abortion bans before they start

By Emily Cadei, McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — As she fights for…

$19.1 billion disaster aid package blocked in the House by a Republican, again

By Jennifer Shutt, CQ-Roll Call WASHINGTON — A second Republican lawmaker has…

California rail authority sues Trump administration over terminating grant

LOS ANGELES — California’s high-speed rail agency announced Tuesday it is suing…

California sues Trump administration to recover $1 billion high-speed rail grant

Lawsuit links decision to restrict state funding to Newsom’s criticism of Trump’s immigration plan

“Human composting” is about to become legal in Washington

As Washington prepares to become the first state to legalize “human composting,” not everyone is dying to turn their loved ones’ bodies into garden-variety soil.

Transgender woman who was beaten in April found dead

A transgender woman who was attacked in April was found fatally shot Saturday morning in Texas.

Glenmorangie experiments with wild yeast in its scotch

Bill “Dr. Bill” Lumsden, director of whisky creation, distilling and whisky stocks at both Glenmorangie and Ardbeg, is a grand wizard.

Trump administration ends $929-million pact to build California high-speed

Federal grants crucial to plan for 171-mile partial bullet-train segment from Bakersfield to Merced

Legal battle heats up as more states test strict abortion bans

WASHINGTON — Advocates are preparing for a legal battle after Alabama passed…