Police: Remains in Detroit funeral home included…

Police are investigating how the remains of 10 fetuses and one infant ended up in the ceiling of a former funeral home in Detroit

Harvard: Race can only help, never harm…

A group suing Harvard University says the school uses a loosely defined "personal rating" to discriminate against Asian-Americans who apply to the school

FEMA Says Past Mistakes Informed New Hurricane…

FEMA knows what a slow hurricane response looks like. Officials say the recovery from Hurricane Michael isn't one of them.

Suspicious letter sent to Sen. Susan Collins home

Police say a hazardous materials team has been called to the Maine home of Republican Sen. Susan Collins to investigate a suspicious letter

Girdles and socket wrenches: Sears was the Amazon…

How the might have fallen: Sears, which was the Amazon of its day, files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

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Hurricane aftermath: Families worry about missing…

Five days after Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle, how many residents might be missing seems to be anyone's guess

Most Of Pentagon's F-35s Cleared After Fuel Tube…

The F-35 Joint Program Office said in a statement more than 80 percent of operational F-35s have been cleared and resumed their flight operations.

Thousands raised for kids of Chicago cop convicted of murder

More than 500 people have contributed over $45,000 for the two daughters of the white Chicago police officer who was convicted in the shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald.

Experts: Hurricane Michael failed to end…

Experts say Hurricane Michael failed to break up a patchy and toxic algae bloom in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida

Death sentence vacated for man who threw children…

A man convicted of killed four children by throwing them from an Alabama bridge has had his death sentence reduced to life imprisonment after tests showed he had an IQ of 51

Calif. Power Company Turns Off Power To Residents…

The move is for "extreme fire-risk areas."

US: Cuba's political prisoners are "affront" to democracy

The U.S. says Cuba's 130 political prisoners are an "affront" to democratic freedoms, but Cuba points to Trump's "agenda of supremacist, racist and xenophobic ideas."

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Nevada bear biologist gets protective order…

A judge has issued a temporary protective order to keep a Lake Tahoe activist away from a state bear biologist who says the woman stalked her during a long-running dispute over the capture of nuisance bears

Not Everyone Sorry to See Sears Go

Sears filed for bankruptcy Monday morning, marking what might be the beginning of the end of one of the most remarkable business stories in American history. As the AP explains, the big question is whether the chain will go away for good or emerge as a smaller version of itself....

Hurricane Michael Death Toll Continues To Rise

Hundreds of thousands of people are still without power well across the gulf coast.

Judge to hear arguments in police sex toy harassment case

A judge is scheduled to hear arguments in a case involving a police department, a sex toy and harassment claims

Man with grudge who drove car into mourners gets…

A judge has sentenced a man to 80 years in prison for driving his car into mourners at a South Carolina cemetery as part of a grudge against the state agency where the dead woman worked

W.Va. Senate postpones acting on impeachment…

The West Virginia Senate has postponed acting on a court's ruling to block the impeachment trial of a state Supreme Court justice.

NYT: Jared Kushner Paid Little To No Federal…

The New York Times says a tax loophole let him claim major losses on paper, even though his company didn't appear to lose money.

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Murphy defends assault claim handling, but orders…

Murphy defends how his administration handled sex assault claim, but orders a probe

UNC chancellor won't testify at Confederate…

A judge has ruled the University of North Carolina's chancellor doesn't have to testify at the trial of a woman accused of pouring red ink on a Confederate statue that was later torn down by protesters

Government spends millions to guard Confederate…

Federal government spends nearly $3M to hire security guards to stand watch over Confederate cemeteries

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Cattle Corral Concludes: Last cow caught from highway crash

Officials say the last cow from a tractor-trailer that overturned two weeks ago on a busy junction north of Atlanta has been caught

Police: Remains in Detroit funeral home included…

Police are investigating how the remains of 10 fetuses and one infant ended up in the ceiling of a former funeral home in Detroit

FEMA Says Past Mistakes Informed New Hurricane…

FEMA knows what a slow hurricane response looks like. Officials say the recovery from Hurricane Michael isn't one of them.

Suspicious letter sent to Sen. Susan Collins home

Police say a hazardous materials team has been called to the Maine home of Republican Sen. Susan Collins to investigate a suspicious letter

Harvard: Race can only help, never harm…

A group suing Harvard University says the school uses a loosely defined "personal rating" to discriminate against Asian-Americans who apply to the school

AdChoices Icon

Murphy defends assault claim handling, but orders…

Murphy defends how his administration handled sex assault claim, but orders a probe

Most Of Pentagon's F-35s Cleared After Fuel Tube…

The F-35 Joint Program Office said in a statement more than 80 percent of operational F-35s have been cleared and resumed their flight operations.

Thousands raised for kids of Chicago cop convicted of murder

More than 500 people have contributed over $45,000 for the two daughters of the white Chicago police officer who was convicted in the shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald.

Hurricane aftermath: Families worry about missing…

Five days after Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle, how many residents might be missing seems to be anyone's guess

Experts: Hurricane Michael failed to end…

Experts say Hurricane Michael failed to break up a patchy and toxic algae bloom in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida

Calif. Power Company Turns Off Power To Residents…

The move is for "extreme fire-risk areas."

US: Cuba's political prisoners are "affront" to democracy

The U.S. says Cuba's 130 political prisoners are an "affront" to democratic freedoms, but Cuba points to Trump's "agenda of supremacist, racist and xenophobic ideas."

AdChoices Icon

Death sentence vacated for man who threw children…

A man convicted of killed four children by throwing them from an Alabama bridge has had his death sentence reduced to life imprisonment after tests showed he had an IQ of 51

Nevada bear biologist gets protective order…

A judge has issued a temporary protective order to keep a Lake Tahoe activist away from a state bear biologist who says the woman stalked her during a long-running dispute over the capture of nuisance bears

Hurricane Michael Death Toll Continues To Rise

Hundreds of thousands of people are still without power well across the gulf coast.

Judge to hear arguments in police sex toy harassment case

A judge is scheduled to hear arguments in a case involving a police department, a sex toy and harassment claims

Not Everyone Sorry to See Sears Go

Sears filed for bankruptcy Monday morning, marking what might be the beginning of the end of one of the most remarkable business stories in American history. As the AP explains, the big question is whether the chain will go away for good or emerge as a smaller version of itself....

Man with grudge who drove car into mourners gets…

A judge has sentenced a man to 80 years in prison for driving his car into mourners at a South Carolina cemetery as part of a grudge against the state agency where the dead woman worked

NYT: Jared Kushner Paid Little To No Federal…

The New York Times says a tax loophole let him claim major losses on paper, even though his company didn't appear to lose money.

AdChoices Icon

Girdles and socket wrenches: Sears was the Amazon…

How the might have fallen: Sears, which was the Amazon of its day, files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

W.Va. Senate postpones acting on impeachment…

The West Virginia Senate has postponed acting on a court's ruling to block the impeachment trial of a state Supreme Court justice.

UNC chancellor won't testify at Confederate…

A judge has ruled the University of North Carolina's chancellor doesn't have to testify at the trial of a woman accused of pouring red ink on a Confederate statue that was later torn down by protesters