Doctors Say US Diplomats In Cuba Did Experience…

A group of doctors looked into U.S. embassy personnel in Havana who fell mysteriously ill.

Artificial Christmas Trees Vs. The Real Deal: Is…

Cost-wise, reusable artificial trees win hands-down. But there are a lot more factors to consider when deciding between a real or fake tree.

California Proposes Putting A Tax On Texting

A state commission says the surcharge is needed to help fund programs for low-income residents.

Coalition Of Detroit-Area Water Agencies Sue…

​The coalition said while it supports what the new rules are trying to accomplish, it believes the rules are "flawed."

House Sends Farm Bill To President Trump's Desk

The House's passage of the compromise farm bill marks an end to months of negotiations.

PG&E Discloses Worker Saw Fire Minutes Before…

PG&E sent a filing to state regulators Tuesday.

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Joe Arpaio Sues Three Media Outlets For Defamation

The lawsuit alleges CNN, Huffington Post and Rolling Stone published false information about Arpaio.

Federal Judge Sentences Michael Cohen To 36…

Cohen addressed the judge ahead of the sentencing, saying he's taking "full responsibility for each act."

'Sesame Street' To Feature Character Who Is…

The non-profit group behind the show announced an initiative around Lily's storyline that aims to destigmatize homelessness.

CBS News Settles Lawsuit Over Charlie Rose…

The plaintiffs accused CBS News of doing nothing to stop Rose's behavior despite being "fully aware" of sexual misconduct allegations against him.

Michael Flynn's Lawyers Ask Judge To Spare Him…

In a memo sent to a federal judge Tuesday, Flynn's lawyers requested their client be sentenced to probation and 200 hours of community service.

Marriott Hotel Chain Data Breach Connected To…

The hackers are believed to have been connected to China's Ministry of State Security — which is kind of like the U.S.' CIA.

US Gun Death Rate Hit 20-Year High In 2017

​Nearly 40,000 people died from firearm-related injuries in 2017.

Manafort's Lawyers Address Lying Allegations In…

The special counsel's team said in a Friday court filing that Manafort breached his plea agreement by telling "multiple discernible lies."

This Tribute Remembers Women Human Rights…

The annual tribute honors women activists who have died.

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House Oversight Report Says Massive Equifax…

A House oversight committee report says Equifax could have addressed just two issues to prevent the breach.

Driver Gets Life Sentence For Killing…

A jury sentenced James Alex Fields Jr. to life behind bars plus 419 years. He was also slapped with $480,000 in fines.

Jimmy Dean Recalls Thousands Of Pounds Of Meat…

CTI Foods LLC is recalling more than 29,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean Heat 'n Serve Original Sausage Links Made with Pork & Turkey.

Delta Tightens Its Emotional Support Animal Policy

The airline is making more policy changes in response to a rising number of incidents involving support animals.

Time Honors Members Of The Press As Its 2018…

The magazine honored a group of journalists who have all taken "great risks in pursuit of greater truths."

5 Marines Who Went Missing Off Coast Of Japan…

Officials announced Monday they had ended the search and rescue effort for the missing service members.

At Least 3 Dead Following Winter Storm In…

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper confirmed the death toll in a statement on Monday.

US To Begin Withdrawing Troops From Southern…

​More than 2,000 active duty troops will leave before the holidays.

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Court: Florida police can use 'stand your ground…

The Florida Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that law enforcement officers can invoke the state's "stand your ground" law to protect them from criminal prosecution in a shooting

Police: Teen, officers exchange gunfire at middle school

An Indiana State Police spokesman says a 14-year-old boy who exchanged gunfire with officers at an eastern Indiana middle school before taking his own life wasn't a current student at the school

Doctors Say US Diplomats In Cuba Did Experience…

A group of doctors looked into U.S. embassy personnel in Havana who fell mysteriously ill.

Authorities: Bomb threats across US appear to be…

Authorities say bomb threats sent to dozens of schools, universities and other locations across the U.S. appear to be a hoax

Boy Scouts exploring "all options" to address…

The Boy Scouts of America says it is exploring "all options" to address serious financial challenges, but is declining to confirm or deny a report that it may seek bankruptcy protection

The Latest: Prosecutor says investigation ongoing…

Prosecutor: Sheriff's office conducting a criminal investigation into four adults who went into an underground coal mine in West Virginia; 3 were rescued

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Artificial Christmas Trees Vs. The Real Deal: Is…

Cost-wise, reusable artificial trees win hands-down. But there are a lot more factors to consider when deciding between a real or fake tree.

Lease sale in Alaska petroleum reserve draws modest interest

The federal government's attempt to sell oil leases in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska has again drawn a modest response

Senate May Invoke War Powers Act for First Time

The Senate on Thursday may send what NPR describes as a historic—though largely symbolic—rebuke to the White House and to Saudi Arabia. The chamber appears to have the 51 votes needed to invoke the War Powers Act and demand that the US end its military support of the...

Hawaii trial set for psychiatric patient charged…

The attorney representing a man who escaped from a Hawaii psychiatric hospital says his client wants to go to trial

California Proposes Putting A Tax On Texting

A state commission says the surcharge is needed to help fund programs for low-income residents.

Court tosses permit for pipeline to cross Appalachian Trail

A federal appeals court has invalidated a permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to cross two national forests, including parts of the Appalachian Trail

Alabama AG taking over case of black man killed…

The police killing of a black man inside Alabama's largest shopping mall on Thanksgiving night is now in the hands of the state attorney general

The Latest: Authorities: No threat to Columbine…

Authorities say there is no threat to Columbine High School, but students will be kept inside for the rest of the school day after someone called in a bomb threat against the school

Coalition Of Detroit-Area Water Agencies Sue…

​The coalition said while it supports what the new rules are trying to accomplish, it believes the rules are "flawed."

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Target, Walmart, importer sued over lead in toy jewelry

New York state is suing two of the nation's largest retailers and a third company for importing and selling children's toys with lead levels up to 10 times higher than federal limits

The Latest: Man set for execution said to be in…

A Florida man scheduled to be executed within hours is described by prison officials as being calm and in good spirits

Diageo to build new whiskey distillery in Kentucky

Spirits giant Diageo is taking a deeper plunge into bourbon and American whiskey production with plans for a new distillery in Kentucky

House Sends Farm Bill To President Trump's Desk

The House's passage of the compromise farm bill marks an end to months of negotiations.

UN extends Central African Republic peacekeeping mission

The U.N. Security Council has approved a resolution extending the mandate of the 14,600-strong U.N. peacekeeping mission in conflict-wracked Central African Republic

Prosecutors allege fraud, kickbacks and…

Federal prosecutors say a couple living in North Carolina used a kickback scheme to defraud the Russian government and fund a lavish lifestyle

Hung without care? Some say tunnel decor is an…

The Holland Tunnel between New Jersey and New York City may be in for a makeover after critics called the placement of its holiday decorations a distraction, a possible trigger for people with obsessive-compulsive disorder _ and just plain ugly

PG&E Discloses Worker Saw Fire Minutes Before…

PG&E sent a filing to state regulators Tuesday.

Florida Supreme Court upholds conviction of FAMU band member

Ending a four-year-old legal battle, Florida's highest court on Friday upheld the conviction of a former Florida A&M University band member who was convicted of killing a fellow band member during a brutal hazing ritual

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A move to ban many vacation rentals in New Orleans

A New Orleans City Council member has released a long-awaited proposal that would ban short-term rentals of whole houses in the city's residential areas

Florida man set to be executed for woman's 1992…

Man convicted of fatally beating and stabbing South Florida woman 26 years ago scheduled to be executed Thursday evening

Joe Arpaio Sues Three Media Outlets For Defamation

The lawsuit alleges CNN, Huffington Post and Rolling Stone published false information about Arpaio.