News

Top scholars rise above gang violence in suburban…

After a year that started with the killings of two schoolmates, about 1,200 seniors are preparing to graduate from high schools in Brentwood, Long Island

Tech sergeant released from hospital after air…

A technical sergeant has been released from a hospital after an Air Force Thunderbirds F-16 left the runway and flipped over after landing during preparation for an air show in Dayton

California father denies allegation he killed…

An attorney for man arrested on suspicion of killing his 5-year-old son, who has been missing for two months, says his client adamantly denies the allegations

Trump questions Obama's response to Russia…

A preview of Pete Hegseth's interview with the president

Should US consider drastic action to stop North…

North Korea conducts another rocket engine test for long-range missile

UK Parliament investigates cyberattack on user accounts

British officials are investigating a cyberattack on the country's Parliament after discovering "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts."

Ohio agency finds evidence of racial complaints at UPS hub

The Ohio Civil Rights Commission says it has found evidence to support 25 complaints that UPS Inc. engaged in illegal discriminatory practices at an Ohio distribution center.

OnePlus 5 vs. iPhone 7 Plus: Dual-camera shootout

We tested these dual-camera wonders around San Francisco shooting portraits, street scenes and low-light locales to see which one is better.

Meet the milkmen of Glastonbury

Glastonbury started serving free milk from the farm in 1970, and nearly 50 years on it’s delivered to tents at £1.20 a pint.

The New York Times - How North Korea Deals With…

From The New York Times: At least 16 Americans have been arrested in North Korea since 1996. Each situation is unique, but there are common threads when it comes to how and when they take Americans into custody.By: By BARBARA MARCOLINI, CHRIS CIRILLO and DAVID E. SANGER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tTYL90

The World's Ugliest Dog Has Just Been Named

The title for the World's Ugliest Dog in 2017 went to a Neapolitan Mastiff on Friday. The 3-year-old dog, known as Martha, is described as "125 pounds of drooling, snoring, gassy, loud and silly girl."

New York reporter Gabe Pressman dies at 93

Legendary New York reporter Gabe Pressman has died at the age of 93.

Can Republicans pass their healthcare bill?

Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke thinks it's time to sound the alarm and make sure Republicans don't "march into oblivion" when it comes to healthcare.

King: Senate Intel Investigation may be over by…

Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) tells Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview that the collusion aspect of the Senate's investigation is about "20% into it."

Iconic Mummified Toe Used in Cocktails Returned…

Believe it or not, the signature drink at the Downtown Hotel in Canada is made with a mummified toe... and it was stolen. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).

UK fire safety crisis expands; Hundreds evacuated…

Britain's fire-safety crisis has expanded as London officials scrambled to evacuate four public housing towers due to concerns about inadequate fire doors and insulation too close to gas pipes

Town settles with families of men in wrong burial plots

A Rhode Island town has reached a settlement with the families of two men who were buried in the wrong cemetery plots

Bed Bath & Beyond stock plunges

Bed Bath & Beyond's shares slumped after a surprise fall in Q1 comparable sales. Fred Katayama reports.

Trump, Pence to attend Treasury Secretary Mnuchin…

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence plan to be among the guests as Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin weds a Scottish actress.

Federal agencies demand records from SeaWorld theme park

A newspaper is reporting that two federal agencies are demanding records from SeaWorld

As ISIS Homes In On Southeast Asia, Diplomats…

Diplomats from the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia met Thursday to discuss the growing threat of violent extremism.

Video of gaming Seattle officer discussing…

After an online outcry, a Seattle Police Department video in which an officer playing a video game discussed the recent fatal police shooting of a pregnant mother has been removed from social media

New Jersey college recalls being host to Cold War…

A New Jersey university is remembering the 50th anniversary of the Cold War summit it hosted in Glassboro between President Lyndon Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexi Kosygin