First UK-born polar bear cub in 25 years

The first polar bear cub to be born in the UK in a quarter of a century will take its first steps in public Wednesday.

Officer's response praised as school shooting…

In the latest school shooting in America, the gunfire was over and done with in less than a minute

The Latest: Austin mayor warns residents to…

Austin's mayor is urging residents to remain vigilant, despite the death of a man suspected in this month's string of bombings in Texas' capital

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Suspect in Austin bombing attacks blows himself up; Boko Haram returns Nigerian kidnapped schoolgirls; Senators push for better security for 2018 election season

Vatican media chief resigns over doctored letter scandal

The head of the Vatican's communications department has resigned over a scandal about a letter from the retired pope that he mischaracterized in public and then had digitally manipulated in a photograph sent to the media

Mom of Boston woman slain 30 years ago offers forgiveness

A Boston woman whose 19-year-old daughter was killed more than 30 years ago told the man convicted of the killing that she forgives him

'Zombie firms' at risk in expected fed hike

Firms that are scraping by on interest payments could be hurt by an expected rate hike.

South Korean K-Pop Stars Plan to Perform in…

Around 160 musicians, including several high-profile K-pop stars, will visit Pyongyang on March 31 — the first South Korean performers to head north on the peninsula since 2005, Reuters reports.

Why Breaking Up with Facebook Is Harder Than You…

With Facebook in the news over concerns about user privacy and its impact on politics, splitting up with the social media giant isn’t as easy as you may think.

Spending talks nearly done, $1.3T bill soon to be…

Talks over a $1.3 trillion government spending bill are almost complete as the White House and Capitol Hill Democrats ironed out deals on a first round of funding for President Donald Trump's U.S.-Mexico border wall

ATF agent says investigators think the dead suspect built all of the Austin bombs but they haven't ruled out he had help

ATF agent says investigators think the dead suspect built all of the Austin bombs but they haven't ruled out he had help

Wall Street edges higher

A further drop in shares of Facebook capped gains in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Tuesday. Fred Katayama reports.

EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after…

The European Union has approved Bayer's buyout of Monsanto in a massive global agro-business deal, but insisted that the new company will have to shed some $7.4 billion in firms and other remedies to maintain a competitive field

Mississippi Walmart ousts 3 men with rifle, handgun, machete

Three Georgia men openly carrying an M-4 assault rifle, handgun and machete entered a Mississippi Walmart Monday night and were promptly asked to leave

It's Not In Your Head — Psychedelics Are Making…

By 1970, psychedelics had a bad reputation for being part of the counterculture. But now we could see them make a comeback.

Israel admits striking Syrian reactor in 2007

For the first time, Israel has acknowledged bombing a secret Syrian nuclear reactor in al-Kibar in 2007, mere months before it was set for completion.

Zuckerberg asked to testify; data firm's CEO…

The head of Trump-affiliated data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica has been suspended, while government authorities are bearing down on both the firm and Facebook over allegations the firm stole data from 50 million Facebook users to manipulate elections.

Ana Navarro slams Trump's 'appalling' call

CNN political commentator Ana Navarro criticizes President Trump's congratulatory phone call to Vladimir Putin after he was elected to another six-year term as Russia's president.

Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy…

A spring nor'easter is targeting the Northeast with strong winds and a foot or more of snow expected in some parts of the region

Investors cautious ahead of Fed interest rate…

Investors are cautious as they await the outcome of the U.S. Federal Reserve's first meeting under its new chairman, Jerome Powell, and his subsequent news conference