Local Ingredients Are Key To Chef José And…

We sit down with chef José Andrés to talk about what food means to people's recovery.

CDC Traces Romaine E. Coli Outbreak To California…

Health officials say the specific E. coli strain was discovered in an irrigation reservoir on a farm in Santa Barbara County.

Bomb Threats Sent To Large Number Of US And…

The threats were sent to locations in New York City, Chicago and Toronto, among others.

New York Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against…

The lawsuit pertains to high levels of lead found within a certain children's toy.

Ex-Pharmacy Staff Convicted In Deadly 2012…

​A federal jury found the defendants guilty on charges including mail fraud, racketeering and conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

National Enquirer Admits To Suppressing Story To…

The revelation came Wednesday in connection to the Michael Cohen investigation.

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FCC Mulls Ending Rule That Bars Major TV Networks…

The FCC voted Wednesday to seek comment on what's known as the "Dual Network" rule, which prevents ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox from merging.

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.

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."

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'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.

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.

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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."

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Green Beret 'Admitted to Murder' in Job Interview

A celebrated Green Beret admits to killing a man, but insists it wasn't murder—an impression the US Army no longer shares, NBC News reports. Army Maj. Mathew Golsteyn has admitted twice to the 2010 killing of an Afghan male in Marjah, Afghanistan, insisting the victim was a dangerous bomb-maker....

Ryan Zinke Out as Interior Secretary

Late last month, Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva penned an op-ed asking Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to step down from his post due to a swirl of "scandals and nepotism." It looks like Grijalva is getting his wish: Per Bloomberg , sources reported that Zinke told the White House he's out, and...

Local Ingredients Are Key To Chef José And…

We sit down with chef José Andrés to talk about what food means to people's recovery.

Family: Man left woman to die on freeway during first date

The family of a Florida waitress fatally struck by numerous cars while lying on a freeway says they have solved the mystery of how she got there

Pneumonia Shot Fells Hulk Actor Ferrigno

The Incredible Hulk was feeling pumped up this week—but with IV fluid, not testosterone-induced rage. On Wednesday night, Lou Ferrigno posted on social media a picture of himself wearing a green hospital gown (naturally) and hooked up to an IV in a medical center in Santa Monica, Calif., noting...

Federal Judge's Ruling on ACA an 'Assault' on…

The Supreme Court has twice voted (in 2012 and 2015) to keep the Affordable Care Act in place; it may soon see its third big case related to the health care law. That's because US District Court Judge Reed O’Connor of Texas has responded to a suit from 20 states...

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CDC Traces Romaine E. Coli Outbreak To California…

Health officials say the specific E. coli strain was discovered in an irrigation reservoir on a farm in Santa Barbara County.

All evacuation orders lifted in deadly California…

All evacuation orders have been lifted in Paradise more than a month after a devastating wildfire that wiped out the Northern California town

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past…

PHOTO GALLERY: South Korean palace guards stand outside royal palace in Seoul; President Trump meets with House and Senate leaders at the White House; Palestinian youth is taken to a hospital after Gaza protests.

The Latest: Migrant girl's death raises questions

A U.S. Border Patrol intake form obtained by The Associated Press says a 7-year-old girl who died in custody claimed "good health" when she was initially encountered by immigration authorities along a remote stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border

Bomb Threats Sent To Large Number Of US And…

The threats were sent to locations in New York City, Chicago and Toronto, among others.

Parents Want Priest Fired Over Suicide Sermon

Maison Hullibarger's suicide was painful enough—then his parents heard the priest's homily. "We wanted him to celebrate how Maison lived, not how he died," his mother Linda tells the Detroit Free Press . Hullibarger, who had five siblings and studied criminal justice at the University of Toledo, was 18 when...

August trial set for fatal Florida parking…

A trial date has been set in the case of a white man accused of fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a parking lot dispute in July

Florida tale of infidelity and homicide ends with…

After spellbinding trial featuring tales of infidelity and a multimillion dollar insurance payout, a jury convicts a Florida woman of helping to mastermind the killing of her husband decades ago

New York Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against…

The lawsuit pertains to high levels of lead found within a certain children's toy.

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Pilot dies in single-engine plane crash in Virginia

Authorities say a Virginia man has died in the crash of a single-engine plane

Japanese boat owners charged with helping smuggle…

U.S. prosecutors in Hawaii are accusing the owners and officers of a Japanese fishing boat of helping Indonesian fishermen smuggle nearly 1,000 shark fins

California court blocks pardon of man who killed…

In a rare step, the California Supreme Court has blocked Gov. Jerry Brown's attempt to issue a pardon to a 37-year-old man Cambodian refugee facing deportation for killing and robbing a woman when he was 14 years old

Ex-Pharmacy Staff Convicted In Deadly 2012…

​A federal jury found the defendants guilty on charges including mail fraud, racketeering and conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

Luxury Brand Pulls 'Blackface' Products Amid Outcry

"I don't make a lot of public posts, but right now I'm shaking with anger." So begins a Facebook post that has stirred public indignation and pushed the luxury brand Prada to pull products from its shelves, CNN reports. Chinyere Ezie, a civil rights attorney, says she was stunned to...

California alleges utility falsified pipeline…

Regulators are accusing one of California's largest utilities of falsifying safety documents on natural gas pipelines

Police want direct talk with missing Colorado…

An official leading the search for a missing Colorado woman says her disappearance is suspicious and is urging the woman's fiance to speak directly with investigators

National Enquirer Admits To Suppressing Story To…

The revelation came Wednesday in connection to the Michael Cohen investigation.

Man gets 7 ½ years in machete attack at Kentucky college

A Cincinnati man charged in a 2017 machete attack on the campus of Kentucky's Transylvania University has been sentenced to 7 ½ years in prison

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Judge orders Idaho to give transgender inmate…

A federal judge says Idaho must provide gender confirmation surgery to a transgender inmate who has been living as a woman for years but who has continuously been housed in a men's prison

Cow steals spotlight at student's graduation…

University of Missouri students were stunned when a towering dairy cow appeared on campus to make a cameo in a graduation photo shoot

FCC Mulls Ending Rule That Bars Major TV Networks…

The FCC voted Wednesday to seek comment on what's known as the "Dual Network" rule, which prevents ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox from merging.