New York City Has More Homeless Students Than…

During the 2017-2018 school year, officials counted over 3,000 more homeless students than the year before.

The top 10 largest US Jackpots

The top 10 largest US Jackpots

US Cracks Down On Drug Cartel Deemed One Of Most…

The Justice, Treasury and State departments announced they're teaming up to target the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, or CJNG.

After storm shuts down radio stations, 2 hosts carry on

Owners shut down Florida Panhandle radio stations after Hurricane Michael but that doesn't stop 2 hosts from continuing mission to inform public about where to find food

Brothel Owner And Nevada Assembly Candidate…

Officials said he was found unresponsive at the Love Ranch in Nevada.

Scope of Michael's fury becomes clearer in…

The scope of the Hurricane Michael's fury has become clearer after nearly a week of missing-persons reports and desperate searches across the Florida Panhandle

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Obama-era Student Loan Relief Program Can Now…

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos postponed the program last year.

Florida reporting 16 deaths after Michael, other states 10

Hurricane Michael killed at least 16 people in Florida, state officials say, while 10 other deaths reported in other states

Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen Dies At Age 65

Allen co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in 1975.

Chief justice stresses independence in Minnesota…

Chief Justice John Roberts stresses the need for the judicial branch to remain independent from the 'political branches' of government

Judge Approves Rick Gates' Request To End GPS…

Gates has worn a tracking device since he was indicted on a slew of charges in connection with Robert Mueller's Russia investigation in 2017.

Priest accused of child sexual abuse due for court hearing

A Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing two boys and having one confess afterward is scheduled to appear in a western Pennsylvania courtroom for what is described as a plea hearing

Judge Dismisses Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit…

Her lawyer filed to appeal the decision the same day.

LA County Oks $14.3M payout over deadly deputy shooting

Los Angeles County will pay more than $14.3 million to the family of a man who was mistakenly shot to death in his doorway by a sheriff's deputy

Report: Election Systems Facing More Cyberattacks…

NBC News says an internal report from DHS details several hacking attempts, but that all of them were unsuccessful.

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Video shows 2017 shooting of unarmed autistic man by police

Video released by an oversight agency shows an off-duty Chicago police officer shooting an unarmed, autistic man during an incident initially described as an armed confrontation.

The TSA Wants To Speed Up Airport Security With…

The TSA hopes to improve airport security and speed up the screening process by introducing more biometric technology.

$3M settlement reached over missing stop sign in fatal crash

Northern Illinois county agrees to a $3 million settlement with the family of a pregnant woman who was killed in a crash at a rural intersection where a stop sign was missing

As Hurricane Michael Recovery Begins, Thousands…

As of Sunday, 200,000 people recovering from Hurricane Michael were still without electricity.

NTSB: Driver's drug use led to deadly crash with…

Federal officials say a motorist's use of marijuana and a sedative led to a collision with a church bus that killed 13 people on the bus.

FEMA Says Past Mistakes Informed New Hurricane…

FEMA knows what a slow hurricane response looks like. Officials say the recovery from Hurricane Michael isn't one of them.

Judges rule North Carolina elections board unconstitutional

A three-judge panel says changes made to North Carolina's elections board over the last year were unconstitutional, but said the board can remain in place through the November elections

Most Of Pentagon's F-35s Cleared After Fuel Tube…

The F-35 Joint Program Office said in a statement more than 80 percent of operational F-35s have been cleared and resumed their flight operations.

UN approves resolution enabling Palestinians to chair group

The UN General Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a resolution that will enable the Palestinians to chair the major group of developing countries at the United Nations in 2019, ignoring protests from the United States and Israel

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Calif. Power Company Turns Off Power To Residents…

The move is for "extreme fire-risk areas."

Uber driver charged with kidnapping New York woman

Authorities say an Uber driver in New York City kidnapped a woman who fell asleep in his vehicle, groped her then left her on the side of a highway in Connecticut

Hurricane Michael Death Toll Continues To Rise

Hundreds of thousands of people are still without power well across the gulf coast.

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New York City Has More Homeless Students Than…

During the 2017-2018 school year, officials counted over 3,000 more homeless students than the year before.

The top 10 largest US Jackpots

The top 10 largest US Jackpots

US Cracks Down On Drug Cartel Deemed One Of Most…

The Justice, Treasury and State departments announced they're teaming up to target the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, or CJNG.

After storm shuts down radio stations, 2 hosts carry on

Owners shut down Florida Panhandle radio stations after Hurricane Michael but that doesn't stop 2 hosts from continuing mission to inform public about where to find food

Brothel Owner And Nevada Assembly Candidate…

Officials said he was found unresponsive at the Love Ranch in Nevada.

Scope of Michael's fury becomes clearer in…

The scope of the Hurricane Michael's fury has become clearer after nearly a week of missing-persons reports and desperate searches across the Florida Panhandle

AdChoices Icon

Obama-era Student Loan Relief Program Can Now…

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos postponed the program last year.

Florida reporting 16 deaths after Michael, other states 10

Hurricane Michael killed at least 16 people in Florida, state officials say, while 10 other deaths reported in other states

Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen Dies At Age 65

Allen co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in 1975.

Chief justice stresses independence in Minnesota…

Chief Justice John Roberts stresses the need for the judicial branch to remain independent from the 'political branches' of government

Judge Approves Rick Gates' Request To End GPS…

Gates has worn a tracking device since he was indicted on a slew of charges in connection with Robert Mueller's Russia investigation in 2017.

Priest accused of child sexual abuse due for court hearing

A Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing two boys and having one confess afterward is scheduled to appear in a western Pennsylvania courtroom for what is described as a plea hearing

Judge Dismisses Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit…

Her lawyer filed to appeal the decision the same day.

LA County Oks $14.3M payout over deadly deputy shooting

Los Angeles County will pay more than $14.3 million to the family of a man who was mistakenly shot to death in his doorway by a sheriff's deputy

Report: Election Systems Facing More Cyberattacks…

NBC News says an internal report from DHS details several hacking attempts, but that all of them were unsuccessful.

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Video shows 2017 shooting of unarmed autistic man by police

Video released by an oversight agency shows an off-duty Chicago police officer shooting an unarmed, autistic man during an incident initially described as an armed confrontation.

The TSA Wants To Speed Up Airport Security With…

The TSA hopes to improve airport security and speed up the screening process by introducing more biometric technology.

$3M settlement reached over missing stop sign in fatal crash

Northern Illinois county agrees to a $3 million settlement with the family of a pregnant woman who was killed in a crash at a rural intersection where a stop sign was missing

As Hurricane Michael Recovery Begins, Thousands…

As of Sunday, 200,000 people recovering from Hurricane Michael were still without electricity.

NTSB: Driver's drug use led to deadly crash with…

Federal officials say a motorist's use of marijuana and a sedative led to a collision with a church bus that killed 13 people on the bus.

FEMA Says Past Mistakes Informed New Hurricane…

FEMA knows what a slow hurricane response looks like. Officials say the recovery from Hurricane Michael isn't one of them.

Judges rule North Carolina elections board unconstitutional

A three-judge panel says changes made to North Carolina's elections board over the last year were unconstitutional, but said the board can remain in place through the November elections

Most Of Pentagon's F-35s Cleared After Fuel Tube…

The F-35 Joint Program Office said in a statement more than 80 percent of operational F-35s have been cleared and resumed their flight operations.

UN approves resolution enabling Palestinians to chair group

The UN General Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a resolution that will enable the Palestinians to chair the major group of developing countries at the United Nations in 2019, ignoring protests from the United States and Israel

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Calif. Power Company Turns Off Power To Residents…

The move is for "extreme fire-risk areas."

Uber driver charged with kidnapping New York woman

Authorities say an Uber driver in New York City kidnapped a woman who fell asleep in his vehicle, groped her then left her on the side of a highway in Connecticut

Hurricane Michael Death Toll Continues To Rise

Hundreds of thousands of people are still without power well across the gulf coast.