Days after Hurricane Maria levelled countless buildings and killed more than 20 people, the US Navy helped to evacuate residents off the Caribbean island.
Among the planned changes is a cut in the corporation tax rate from 35% to 20%.
Rescuers in Oklahoma City responded to a call of a woman trapped in her car on a flooded street.
The so-called Canyon Fire has spread over 2,000 acres and forced 1,500 people from their homes.
Civilians caught up in a strike on militants during a visit to Kabul by US defence chief Jim Mattis.
Palestinians hail a "victory" made possible by the "principled position" of the agency's members.
Google offers to treat its shopping service the same as its rivals to stave off huge fines from the European Commission
Zuzana Ruzickova survived three Nazi camps before becoming a world-leading harpsichordist.
Southwest Airlines says the passenger was forcibly removed - but the two dogs were allowed to stay.
Angela Merkel needs a coalition deal and can offer the finance ministry as a prize for joining her.
Mr Trump's pick was trounced by a conservative firebrand, sending shockwaves through Washington.
As Republicans in Congress fail to repeal Obamacare, President Trump has hinted at other options.
Kurdish officials say 92% of the three million people who voted in a referendum backed secession.
Automatic doors turn security guard when a man robs an Australian service station.
Women may be able to drive there soon, but they cannot open a bank account without male permission.
The plan would open the EU's door to 50,000 refugees as a "safe and legal" alternative to smugglers.
Iraq's prime minister says he will "never discuss" the outcome and calls on Kurds to begin dialogue.
Archaeologists find Greek temple after step recount.
Sheila Keen Warren, 54, allegedly carried out the killing wearing a red wig and a red bulb nose.
Senator Luther Strange, who won the president's backing, loses to firebrand conservative Roy Moore.
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