Airline Experts Say More Needs To Be Done Before…

Airline industry leaders testified before a House committee Wednesday to address concerns over Boeing's fixes to the 737 MAX.

Tornados in Texas, flooding in Northeast, 200K…

Potent thunderstorms left more than 200,000 people without power across the southern United States _ and fierce winds are expected to wallop parts of several states as new storms form Thursday

New York Senate Passes 'Aggressive' Climate And…

Gov. Andrew Cuomo supports the bill and says it includes "the most aggressive mandate in the country."

Lion kills beloved peacock that flew into its zoo enclosure

A peacock at an upstate New York zoo was killed by a lion after it flew over a fence into the African Lion enclosure

Congressional Panel Considers Legislation Over…

H.R. 40 would call for a commission to be created to study the impact of slavery and recommend reparation proposals.

Shooting near bar leaves 10 wounded; likely gang-related

Authorities say a street shooting in eastern Pennsylvania that left 10 people wounded is likely to be gang-related

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PG&E Agrees To Pay $1 Billion To Local Entities…

Attorneys for a group of local public entities announced the proposed settlement Tuesday.

Suspect in fatal shooting of Sacramento officer…

Sacramento police say a man suspected of fatally shooting a police officer who was on a domestic violence call has surrendered to authorities and is in police custody

Newsy Investigation Finds Wildfire Emergency…

A Newsy analysis found almost 1 in 3 counties at heightened wildfire risk are unable or unwilling to use FEMA's emergency alert system.

Georgia preparing to execute man for 1996 killing

A man convicted in the killing of a man more than two decades ago is scheduled to be executed Thursday in Georgia

President Trump Says Mass Deportations To Begin…

President Trump says his administration will begin deporting undocumented immigrants from cities across the U.S.

New exhibit traces 4 centuries of black history…

Virginia plans to mark four centuries of black history with a new exhibit and a tribute to tennis star Arthur Ashe Jr.

Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan Resigns, Will…

Shanahan says he won't seek confirmation as secretary of defense after past domestic violence incidents involving his family were made public.

Man, 82, bound over for trial in 1976 killings in Wisconsin

An 82-year-old man will face trial on two counts of first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a couple at a Wisconsin park 43 years ago

What We Know About The Additional US Troops Going…

Outgoing acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan has authorized approximately 1,000 additional forces to the area for "defensive purposes."

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Woman severely injured after climbing into trash compactor

Police say a woman who had climbed into a Connecticut supermarket's trash compactor suffered potentially life-threatening injuries when a store employee turned it on with her inside

How Far Can Urban Farming Go To Solve Food…

It's hard to calculate how many U.S. urban farms exist. A variety of factors contribute to urban farming’s measurable effects.

Census Bureau data shows US median age has risen…

Data released by the U.S. Census Bureau shows the median age in the US increased by a year to 38.2 years from 2010 to 2018

US To Send Approximately 1,000 More Troops To…

​Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan said he's authorized the deployment "for defensive purposes."

Police: 1 dead, several injured in wrong-way crash with bus

Police say a passenger vehicle traveling the wrong way on Interstate 65 in Kentucky crashed into a charter bus killing one and injuring several others

SCOTUS Dismisses Va. Lawmakers' Appeal In…

The Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by Virginia House of Delegates in racial gerrymandering case.

Authorities ID Alabama man carjacked, run over by officer

Authorities in Alabama have released the identity of a man who died after being assaulted during a carjacking and run over by an off-duty officer

Attorneys Propose Plan For National Opioid…

Attorneys involved in a consolidated national lawsuit against opioid-makers are proposing a settlement setup that could benefit all U.S. cities.

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Iran Revolutionary Guard shoots down US drone amid tensions; China's Xi holds talks with Kim Jong Un in North Korea; AP-NORC Poll: Tracking asteroids a favored focus for space program

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Phoenix Officials Apologize After Controversial…

The Phoenix mayor and police chief have spoken out about a video showing officers drawing their weapons, cursing and threatening to shoot a family.

Georgia woman fatally bit by rattlesnake while gardening

A Georgia woman who was bitten by a rattlesnake while gardening has died

What Is Juneteenth And Why Do We Celebrate It?

On June 19, 1865, Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger unknowingly established the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S.