Ex-KKK Leader David Duke Runs for Senate: 'My Time Has Come'
Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke has officially signed up to run for U.S. Senate in Louisiana
UN Agency: Economy Still Sliding in Latin America, Caribbean
The U.N.'s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean is projecting a 0.8 percent slide in the region's economy this year
Today in History
Today in History Today is Tuesday, July 19, the 201st day of 2016. There are 165 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 19, 1941, Britain launched its "V for Victory" campaign during World War II with Prime Minister Winston Churchill calling the V-sign hand gesture "the symbol
Ex-Soldier Who Killed Guatemalan Bishop Dies in Prison Riot
Authorities in Guatemala say a former army officer serving a prison sentence for the killing of a Roman Catholic bishop has died in a jail riot that killed a dozen inmates and a female visitor
Scorecard: Deontay Wilder shows power, heart in win
A roundup of the past week's notable boxing results from around the world: Saturday at Birmingham, Ala. Deontay Wilder TKO8 Chris Arreola Retains a heavyweight title Records: Wilder (37-0, 36 KOs); Arreola (36-5-1, 31 KOs) Rafael's remarks: Wilder, one of boxing's most destructive punchers, did big
Growing up Robinson, Clemente, Yonamine: Lessons from baseball's pioneers
Sacrifice is part of baseball, the idea of giving yourself up for the benefit of the larger group. We have the sacrifice bunt and the sacrifice fly. We move runners, we take one for the team, we save games, we hold leads created by the work of those who came before us. It's in baseball's DNA, a
5.2 Magnitude Earth Quake Shakes Southern California
Officials say there were no immediate reports of damage after the earthquake hit the Palm Springs area.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro Leads Cuba in Celebration 30 Years After the Revolution
July 26, 1983: In a public speech, Castro boasts of Cuba's improvements since the 1953 revolution.