Among 10 Things to Know: Key witnesses will cap intense week in impeachment inquiry; Democrats spar at debate over health care, how to beat Trump; AP: Catholic Church boards reviewing sex abuse have failed victims
Authorities say a 2-year-old has died after being shot in suburban St. Louis, Missouri, the latest of many young victims of gun violence in the area
Someone get Joe Biden an aspirin—his son is back in the news. This time it's about a court motion saying Hunter Biden fathered a child with an Arkansas woman and owes her child support, People reports. "DNA testing has established with scientific certainty that the defendant is the father...
The U.S. Department of Food and Drug Administration is being called to investigate a short-lived pilot program that sought to treat inmates with anti-addiction implants never approved by federal regulators
Pacific Gas & Electric expected to restore power Thursday to virtually all of the 120,000 people it intentionally blacked out to avoid the risk of catastrophic wildfires
Navy officials are expected to order a formal review Wednesday. The sailor was found guilty of posing for pictures with an ISIS prisoner's dead body.
The cases of four men set to be put to death in Indiana over the next couple of months have spurred a nationwide reprieve. On Wednesday, District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan halted those executions, effectively stopping all federal executions across the US, Politico reports. A fifth execution in Indiana set...
Genre-mashing, bold and chart-topping new artists have caught the attention of the Recording Academy, as Lizzo, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X lead in nominations at the 2020 Grammy Awards
The independent boards with lay people set up nationwide by the U.S. Catholic Church to review sex abuse cases have largely failed victims, an Associated Press investigation has found.
A 55-year-old law enforcement veteran was stopped from entering Universal Studios for nearly an hour because the front of his grey long-sleeved t-shirt read “retired police officer.”
Esper doesn’t regret postponing a U.S.-South Korean military air exercise, though the gesture was rejected by North Korea as not enough to restart nuclear diplomacy
Baltimore’s ex-mayor is set to appear in federal court on fraud and tax evasion charges involving her self-published “Healthy Holly” children’s books, newest scandal in a corruption-weary city
A quick-thinking daughter in Oregon, Ohio, teamed up with a quick-thinking 911 dispatcher to stop an alleged domestic abuse incident. The woman called police and pretended to order a pizza, reports ABC 12 . The real reason for the call: A man was beating her mother, and the caller didn't want...
Five American journalists have sued the U.S. government, saying border authorities interfered with their First Amendment right to report on a caravan of Central American migrants last year