iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending November 18, 2018: iTunes Movies US Charts: 1. The Meg 2. The Equalizer 2 3. Incredibles 2 4. Mile 22 5. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 6. Crazy Rich Asians 7. Alpha 8. BlacKkKlansman 9. Christopher Robin 10. The Spy WhoRead More →

WASHINGTON — Uber is expanding its offerings of wheelchair-accessible vehicles in the D.C. area through an agreement with one of the companies that has operated MetroAccess paratransit service. The agreement with MV Transportation will provide “hundreds” of wheelchair accessible vehicles in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago and Toronto, UberRead More →

WASHINGTON (AP) — The big first question for the new Democrats in the House is whether they will vote for Nancy Pelosi as speaker. The escalating power struggle over Pelosi’s future intensified Monday as her critics unveiled a letter signed by 16 Democrats vowing to oppose her. If that holds,Read More →

CHICAGO (AP) — For many parents, limiting screen time for their children seems like an exercise in futility. They are busy, overwhelmed and tired of the fight against increasingly omnipresent screens. Barb and Allen Hailey know the drill well, including the tussles to get their 10-year-old son, Henry, to stopRead More →

Searchers in California wildfire step up efforts; 77 dead CHICO, Calif. (AP) — Volunteers in white coveralls, hard hats and masks poked through ash and debris Sunday, searching for the remains of victims of the devastating Northern California wildfire before rains forecast this week complicate their efforts. While the predictedRead More →

ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar (AP) — In Madagascar, two former heads of state qualified for the second round of the presidential election, to be held on Dec. 19. Andry Rajoelina, president of the transitional period of 2009 to 2014, won 39 percent of the vote and Marc Ravalomanana, president from 2002 toRead More →

LONDON (AP) — Hundreds of protesters have turned out in central London and blocked off the capital’s main bridges to demand the government take climate change seriously. A group called “Extinction Rebellion” encouraged sit-ins on the bridges Saturday as part of a coordinated week of action across the country. MetropolitanRead More →

BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors say they’ve charged a 32-year-old Syrian man with membership in a terrorist organization for alleged involvement with the extremist Islamic State group. Prosecutors said in a statement Friday that Mohamed A. G., whose last name wasn’t given in line with privacy laws, was arrested ThursdayRead More →

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos on Friday posted a $7,400 bail for provisional liberty after she was found guilty of graft and ordered imprisoned. Marcos, 89, was convicted last week of illegally funneling about $200 million to Swiss foundations in the 1970s when she servedRead More →