CHICAGO (Daily Sun News) – Many U.S. Hispanics are venturing out only to buy essential goods and are cutting back on discretionary spending, worried about possible harassment by immigration or law enforcement officials since the election of U.S. President Donald

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Daily Sun News) – Florida is scheduled on Thursday to put to death an inmate by lethal injection that includes a drug never before used in a U.S. execution. Mark James Asay, 53, would be the first

(Daily Sun News) – The Texas Gulf Coast was getting ready for the tropical storm Harvey to make landfall by Friday, bringing with it strong winds, heavy flooding and torrential rains. Hurricane, tropical storm and storm surge watches were in

TOKYO (Daily Sun News) – Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings said on Thursday it has been hit with another lawsuit filed in a U.S. court seeking $5 billion for compensation over the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, the second filed against

SINGAPORE (Daily Sun News) – The U.S. Navy said on Thursday remains found by the Malaysian navy were not those of a sailor from the damaged warship USS John S. McCain. The conclusion was made following medical examinations of the

(Daily Sun News) – A driver in St. Louis on Wednesday was taken into custody after three protesters who blocked traffic were hit by a car during a march for a transgender woman shot and killed by police a day

WASHINGTON (Daily Sun News) – The White House is expected to tell the Pentagon in coming days how to implement a ban on transgender people in the military, according to a memo that says the defense secretary may decide whether

(Daily Sun News) – Zillow Group Inc on Wednesday won the dismissal of a federal lawsuit in Chicago challenging the accuracy of the online real estate website’s ‘Zestimate’ tool for estimating U.S. home values. Homeowners had sued Zillow in May,

(Daily Sun News) – A U.S. court on Wednesday threw out a voter identification law that was supported by the Trump administration. The Texas attorney general, Ken Paxton, quickly issued a statement saying his office would appeal the federal court

SALMON, Idaho (Daily Sun News) – U.S. wildlife managers erred when they declined to list as endangered a small population of grizzly bears in the remote reaches of Idaho and northwest Montana, a federal judge has ruled in what conservationists