"I've fallen in love with the people here," says one of the waves of people who have journeyed to Butte County.
"Heaven just a got a magnificent angel," a relative said of Aisha Fraser.
"We're sounding like Trump's America here in Mexico," said Francis Belmontes, who joined the demonstration with his two children.
The 32 scholars were chosen out of a pool of 880 applicants from nearly 300 U.S. colleges and universities.
“I never underestimate the power of the industry,” said one experienced cancer lobbyist.
"There’s no social script for any of these scenarios," said the founder of a support group for donor-conceived children.
On Nov. 18, 2003, Massachusetts' highest court issued a landmark ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. Robert Compton and David Wilson helped make it happen.
Websites like Church Militant, LifeSite News and the Lepanto Institute are ratcheting up the rhetoric with personal attacks on supporters of gay Catholics.
It’s the most valuable thing you own.
The privately-owned Mustang fighter was returning after performing a flyover during a living history show at the National Museum of the Pacific War.
“It’s not so much what I have seen but what I haven’t seen,” said Dave Freeman, 74, a volunteer and retired school superintendent. “There’s not much that’s recognizable.”
"There's really no way to describe just the pure devastation," a fire official said.
Caravan members who traveled to the border on foot from Central America start the lengthy process of applying for political asylum in the U.S.
"To see what's happened here — nobody would have ever thought this could have happened," Trump said while visiting the devastated town of Paradise.
Many people affected by the California wildfires are stranded and in a state of limbo. Here's how you can help.
'The claims in this purported assessment are false,' said the Saudi ambassador to the U.S., the crown prince's brother.
Dana Lawrence built a life of lies in order to defraud unsuspecting victims, including a pilot, a rabbi and a boyfriend’s mother, authorities say.
California's deadliest-ever wildfire, the Camp Fire, and the devastating Woolsey Fire have been burning for a week, killing at least 71 people and destroying thousands of homes.
The fire has displaced thousands of people and burned 146,000 acres.