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Opposition forces control at least 70 percent of the neighborhood, but rebels put up ferocious resistance.
Supporters of Trump have filed a lawsuit trying to stop Wisconsin's recount, spearheaded by Jill Stein.
OneWest, formerly headed by Steve Mnuchin, foreclosed on thousands of homes after the Great Recession.
Here's what happens when electors don't vote for the candidate their state voted for.
Industry analysts say the cannabis industry will hit $6.5B in 2016, and surpass $20B by the year 2020.
In a speech to supporters in Ohio, the president-elect focused on replaying triumphs and feuds from his race against Hillary Clinton.
The president-elect quadrupled a spurned tax incentive the state of Indiana had offered to keep company jobs from going to Mexico.
The president-elect keeps a campaign pledge to prevent some jobs at the air conditioning firm from relocating to Mexico.
Howard Schultz, who joined the coffee chain in 1982 and has served two stints as chief executive, will stay on in a different capacity.
States that have legalized pot offer exemptions from workplace drug policies, but that doesn't mean you can't be tested or fired.
Alan Gross spent five years in a Cuban prison after being arrested while working on a technology project there.
Language in the lease could force the president-elect to relinquish his equity stake in the newly refurbished property.
An 11-hour standoff started after a police officer was shot and killed while answering a domestic violence call.
You can try to stamp out the supply of garbage news, but the Web is a vast place, and it will always find a crack through which to seep.
Steve Mnuchin helped turn around a bank but in the process foreclosed on thousands of irate homeowners.
Despite pledging to "drain the swamp," the president-elect is surrounding himself with millionaires and billionaires.
The EPA decides not to ease government fuel economy requirements for cars and light trucks despite automaker protests.
A growing exodus of terrified civilians floods roads out of the beleaguered city as government forces close in.
Wilbur Ross, likely the next commerce secretary, says not to worry about rifts with trade partners.
The California lawmaker, who has been the party's House leader since 2002, turned back a challenge from Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan.