The archive of all headlines from August 17, 2015, organized by time of publication.
'We're going to keep the families together … but they have to go,' the Republican presidential candidate says about the immigrants. On Iraq, he says, 'We take over the oil, which we should have done in the first place.' Donald Trump
The Obama administration has warned Beijing about the presence of Chinese government agents operating secretly in the United States to pressure prominent expatriates to return home immediately, according to American officials.
The Republican insurgent gave rides in his helicopter, the top Democrat joked about an FBI investigation and an avowed socialist drew huge crowds. The primary has gone full weird
The violence, including an ugly spate of arson targeting refugee centers as well as physical attacks on the asylum-seekers, is igniting a fresh debate about racism and intolerance in the country where Nazis once ruled.
The violence, including a spate of arsons targeting refugee centers as well as physical attacks on asylum-seekers, is igniting a fresh debate about racism and intolerance in a nation that is highly sensitive because of Nazi-era atrocities.
The department says it wrongly billed $44 million in excessive charges after the new system went into effect. The utility has already refunded or credited some of the money, reducing the outstanding sum that is still owed to customers to $36 million. BUSINESS