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Pablo Escobar met his end nearly a quarter-century ago, but his legacy continues to cast a shadow over the Netflix drama "Narcos."
Andre Spicer writes that Facebook's decision to give Russia-troll ads to Congress is a sudden transparency that is also part of a slow but ongoing change in how Facebook relates to the government.
While many of the innovations put forward by tech companies bring about exciting new opportunities to experiment with new kinds of storytelling, Jason Kint agreed with Brian Stelter that the incredible amount power tech has over the world of media is "very uncomfortable."
Facebook's board withdrew a proposal that was the subject of a shareholder lawsuit. As a result, CEO Mark Zuckerberg will no longer head to court on Tuesday.
Vice President Mike Pence, a key player in the administration's efforts to lobby Congress to repeal Obamacare, seemed unfazed on Friday by the latest hiccup.
With the island ravaged by Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican tennis player Monica Puig has been moved to set up a fundraising campaign.
When Michelle Obama officially said goodbye to the White House Kitchen Garden, many people wondered what would become of it in her absence.
All people living near the Guajataca River in northwest Puerto Rico should evacuate immediately because of a possible dam breach, the National Weather Service in San Juan said Friday afternoon on Twitter.
There were hundreds of victims of the recent Mexican earthquake, yet people only talked about one -- and she wasn't real. Why?
Hours after suffering another health care setback on Capitol Hill, President Donald Trump will try to turn the page at a rally in Alabama.
The new film "Stronger," based on Jeff Bauman's memoir of the same name, takes a microscope to the bombing survivor's personal recovery in the aftermath of the terror attack.
As official Washington began to wind down on a unseasonably sweaty Friday afternoon, John McCain dropped a bombshell that threatened to end the last-ditch attempt by Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Those anxious to learn about the fate of their loved ones in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria say that waiting for word is the most agonizing part.
Hiram Navarro had reasons for hope and despair Friday as rescuers hunted for his brother and dozens of others who were feared to be in a Mexico City office building that collapsed in this week's magnitude-7.1 earthquake.
Faced with a choice of an economic cliff, or a leadership challenge, Prime Minister Theresa May is taking the UK toward the cliff, Garvan Walshe says.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov once again hit back on claims his country meddled in the 2016 US election.
Five officers from the Atlanta Police Department are being hailed for their bravery after helping save the lives of two people trapped in a burning car early Wednesday.
The latest late push by Republicans to kneecap Obamacare is teetering after Sen. John McCain's decision to oppose it. But the past week's outbreak of internecine brawling underlines a raft of unresolved tensions. Among Democrats.