Hospital identifies man who survived Pearl Harbor…

A hospital has released the identity of the man who was wounded in Wednesday's shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard

Biden calls Sanders' pitch to leverage Israel aid…

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says it is “bizarre” for rival Bernie Sanders to propose withholding U

Nazi Salute Photo Leads To Suspensions In West…

A photo showing a West Virginia correction training class giving a Nazi salute has lead to the suspension of employees.

NYC set to require 'bird-friendly' glass on new…

New York City lawmakers are poised to adopt legislation requiring “bird-friendly” glass on all new construction in an effort to cut down on the tens of thousands of birds who die flying into the city's buildings every year

North Korea says denuclearization not on…

North Korea says denuclearization has “already gone out of the negotiation table” and it does not need to have lengthy talks with the United States now

New Amazon lease for NY space renews debate over…

Amazon says it has signed a lease for a new office space in Manhattan to house more than 1,500 employees

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ProPublica: Footage Shows Migrant Teen's Last…

Border Patrol documents say agents found the boy unresponsive during a morning welfare check, but video footage seems to show otherwise.

Florida man faces prison for defying 'red flag' gun law

A Florida man faces up to five years in prison for refusing to surrender his weapons to authorities under the state's “red flag" law

Tuskegee Airman celebrates 100th birthday with…

A member of the Tuskegee Airmen is celebrating his 100th birthday by taking a flight

Aldean Returns to the Scene of the Crime

It's been two years—and Jason Aldean clearly hasn't forgotten. The country singer played in Las Vegas on Friday night for the first time since the worst mass shooting in US history interrupted his show, People reports. "Tonight's a really special night for us," he said on stage. "We got...

Homeland Security Gives Up Plan To Expand Face…

The proposal would have required all travelers, including citizens, to participate in a facial recognition scan when exiting or entering the U.S.

Navy 'Hero' Died Helping First Responders

Among three victims in Friday's Navy air base shooting, a name has emerged—and he's being hailed as a hero, USA Today reports. "Joshua Kaleb Watson saved countless lives today with his own," his brother, Adam Watson, posted Friday on Facebook . "After being shot multiple times he made it outside...

Caroline Kennedy christens father's namesake…

Caroline Kennedy has christened a new aircraft carrier that is named after the 35th U

Xmas Parades Canceled Over Protest Fears

In two North Carolina towns, Christmas might come next year. This after officials in Garner and Wake Forest scrapped their parades amid concerns that aggressive or even violent protesters could clash with Confederate marchers, Newsweek reports. In Garner, town officials nixed the event after seeing social media posts about possible...

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Stepping Down

​J. Scott Kirby will succeed him as CEO, but Munoz isn't leaving the company entirely.

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Charlotte police: Murder suspects won't get ankle bracelets

Police in Charlotte, North Carolina say they will no longer assign electronic ankle bracelets to monitor murder suspects who are released on bail

Navy, families recount heroics of fallen sailors…

The Navy has identified all three victims who died in Friday's attack at a Florida naval base

Chicago chief's firing again rattles confidence…

The unceremonious firing of Chicago's police chief just weeks before his retirement has rattled a department that, under his leadership, was seeking to restore public confidence since the release of a 2014 video showing a white officer killing a black teenager with 16 gunshots

Permanent Federal Funding For HBCUs Gets…

The bills would grant $255 million annually, simplify the FAFSA process and eliminate paperwork for income-driven student loan repayment plans.

Collapse of Contaminated Site Could Be Bad News

Living downriver from the Detroit Dock? You might want to buy drinking water for a while. That's because part of the historic site—long tainted with uranium and other scary chemicals—fell into the Detroit River on Nov. 26, the Detroit Free Press reports. A load of big aggregate piles...

Co-inventor of New Orleans 'hand grenade…

The co-founder of a chain of bars in New Orleans' French Quarter who helped create an iconic cocktail known as the “hand grenade” has died

Minnesota National Guard identifies 3 killed in…

The Minnesota National Guard says the three soldiers who were killed when their helicopter crashed near St

19 Women Sue Lyft After Allegedly Being Sexually…

The plaintiffs say Lyft failed to protect passengers.

Slain Alabama officer's father also died in the line of duty

Authorities have identified an Alabama police officer who was killed during a drug enforcement operation and say the man's father was also a Huntsville police officer who died in the line of duty

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Aging survivors return to Pearl Harbor to recall…

A dozen frail survivors of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor returned Saturday to honor those who perished when Japanese planes pierced a quiet sunny morning and rained bombs on battleships below

Family of UPS Driver Killed in Fla. Shootout…

As the FBI and Florida Department of Law Enforcement continue to investigate the hijacking Thursday of a UPS truck in Florida that led to four deaths in a police shootout, the family of the deceased UPS driver is speaking out. Roy Ordonez tells CNN that his brother, 27-year-old Frank Ordonez,...

Stanford Finds 'Varsity Blues' Mastermind…

Stanford University reveals 'Varsity Blues' ring leader Rick Singer recruited seven coaches as early as 2009 to take part in the admission scam.