The Latest: Colorado schools reopen a day after…

Colorado schools that were shuttered ahead of the 20th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting have reopened, a day after authorities found the body of a young Florida woman obsessed with the shooting

You Can Read Mueller Report for Yourself Now

It's out. The Mueller report has been released to Congress by the attorney general and is now available to the public. See it here . The report is more than 440 pages long and redacted in parts. Now comes a long day of reading and assessments in the world of journalism....

FCC Chairman Says He Opposes China Mobile…

​The company applied for permission to offer telecom services in the U.S. nearly a decade ago.

Senior slugger: 65-year-old woman hits burglar…

65-year-old Florida woman grabs softball bat and smacks half-naked, suspected burglar on the head, causing him to flee

Strong storms rumble across Texas, Oklahoma…

Severe thunderstorms rumbled across North Texas, the Texas Panhandle, Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas, producing tornadoes and unleashing widespread hail

More charges for man accused of claiming to be…

An Ohio man accused of claiming to be a missing child from Illinois is facing new charges

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Columbine High School Teacher Reflects On 20th…

In the 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting, Paula Reed continued teaching at the school.

North Carolina Gov. Cooper vetoes 'born-alive' legislation

North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a measure written by Republicans and backed by social conservatives that addresses a doctor's responsibilities if an abortion results in an infant born alive

Key Takeaways From Attorney General

The big day has begun. At a press conference Thursday morning, Attorney General William Barr reiterated what he views as the "bottom line" of the Robert Mueller investigation : Yes, the Russians meddled in the 2016 election, but no, they did not receive help from the Trump campaign. Barr spoke before...

Mississippi officials defend 'heartbeat' abortion…

The office of Mississippi's Democratic attorney general filed papers this week defending a law that bans most abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, as early as six weeks into pregnancy

Court Throws Out Years Of Rulings In USS Cole…

The ruling is a major stall for a case that dragged on for more than seven years.

Affidavit: Off-duty officer in fatal crash had 'adult sodas'

An affidavit says an off-duty police officer accused of driving drunk in a crash that killed a New Hampshire woman was seen weaving in and out of traffic and traveling in the wrong direction

The Heist Went Terribly Wrong. 38 Years Later…

"She is a rehabilitated, remorseful woman who poses no threat to society." That's the characterization of Judith Clark by one of her lawyers. The New York parole board agrees—as do the 11 congressmen, 11 state senators, former DA, former judge, and former superintendent of the prison she's been at...

US claims for unemployment aid hit lowest level…

US claims for unemployment benefits drop to lowest level since 1969

Denver FBI Says There Is 'No Longer' A Threat To…

Law enforcement officials say an 18-year-old who is "infatuated" with the Columbine mass shooting traveled to Colorado Monday.

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Suburban Detroit doctor gets 11-plus years in opioid scheme

A suburban Detroit doctor who admitted running an $18 million prescription drug scheme has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Barr to discuss redacted report before lawmakers get a copy; North Korea says it tested new weapon, wants Pompeo out of talks; France to hold daylong tribute to Notre Dame firefighters

Poll: Church membership in US plummets over past…

Gallup poll: The percentage of US adults who belong to a church or other religious institution has plunged by 20 percentage points over the past two decades, hitting a low of 50% last year

Border Patrol Requests 2 New Tent Facilities In…

The agency said it needs the additional housing because of an overwhelming number of people crossing the border.

Baltimore mayor, 5 of her staffers now on paid leave

Baltimore's embattled mayor and five of her staffers are now on paid leave amid a scandal over book sales

Man With Gasoline, Lighters Arrested at NYC…

A potential Notre Dame copycat was arrested Wednesday night after walking into St. Patrick's Cathedral with four gallons of gasoline, lighter fluid, and lighters, police say. Authorities say 37-year-old New Jersey resident Marc Lamparello was confronted by a security officer as he tried to enter the building carrying two red...

Who owns aloha? Hawaii eyes protections for…

Hawaii lawmakers are considering adopting a resolution calling for the creation of legal protections for Native Hawaiian cultural intellectual property

Suspect In Louisiana Church Fires Now Facing Hate…

According to several reports, the district attorney for St. Landry Parish filed the new charges Monday.

Emily Oster crunches parenting data so you don't have to

Emily Oster's parenting guide 'Cribsheet' crunches that mountain of data so you don't have to

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Cruz attorneys want to question his mental…

Attorneys for the suspect in last year's Florida school massacre will ask a judge to let them question his former mental health counselors without prosecutors present

Naval Academy Transgender Ban Starts in 2020

President Trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military is beginning to take effect at the US Naval Academy and other military institutions. The Defense Department confirmed to the Capital Gazette this week that the Naval Academy will stop accepting transgender students as of 2020, but those enrolled for...

This Treaty Sparked The Trail Of Tears And…

The agreement provided a written framework for a forced Cherokee removal.