Senator slams WH for 'sloppily' vetting Jackson

Sen. Patty Murray, the second-most senior Democrat on the Veterans Affairs Committee, blasts the White House's vetting of Ronny Jackson and says the committee is looking into every allegation.

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

Among 10 Things to Know: Watchdog report points to power struggle involving VA pick; online post suggests Toronto rampage suspect may have resented women; jury in Bill Cosby case to begin deliberating.

Trial opens in Michigan crash that killed 5…

A prosecutor says a Michigan motorist accused of running down nine bicyclists, killing five of them, was driving 58 mph in a 35 mph zone and didn't apply his brakes until striking the first victim

2 Dallas police officers wounded in shooting…

Two Dallas police officers have been critically wounded in a shooting outside a hardware store

Prosecutors: Tourist Lynched in Amazon Had Bought…

The Canadian man lynched in the Amazon last Thursday is the No. 1 suspect in the death of an octogenarian shaman, prosecutors say. Reuters reports on the new evidence that brought them to that conclusion: a silver-colored pistol prosecutor Ricardo Jimenez says Sebastian Woodroffe purchased in early April. They were...

US sailor accused of stealing grenades from Navy ship

A U.S. sailor has been arrested on allegations of stealing grenades from a San Diego-based Navy ship

'Trucker wall' helps prevent man's death

Thirteen truckers parked under an overpass after a man threatened to jump to his death from above.

Meek Mill Released From Jail After Serving 5…

Meek Mill is a free man

Sarah Jessica Parker Releases a New Line of…

The SJP line of unconventional bridal wear by GILT has just released. Tony Spitz has the details.

Watchdog report points to power struggle…

A watchdog report ordered in 2012 by Dr. Ronny Jackson _ President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs _ found that he and a rival physician exhibited "unprofessional behaviors"

Wrongfully deported, she's back but not allowed to sue

A woman detained and deported to Mexico in 2013 despite being in the United States legally will not be allowed to pursue a wrongful arrest lawsuit against the U.S. government.

Wall St slides as yields fan cost worries

Stocks slid as the 10-year Treasury yield hit 3 percent. As Fred Katayama reports, that stoked concerns over higher borrowing costs for companies.

Experts: Minnesota woman likely to face Florida charge first

A Minnesota woman who led authorities on a weekslong manhunt after she allegedly killed her husband and a Florida woman is now facing charges in two states

Rapper Meek Mill Has Been Released From Prison

Mill was in prison for five months for violating parole — but prosecutors say he shouldn't have been convicted in the first place.

Connolly: Trump comment on Kim 'jaw-dropping'

Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer why President Donald Trump calling North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un "honorable" shocked him.

House Democrats talk to Cambridge Analytica…

House Democrats have held the first of what they hope to be several interviews with witnesses who have not been called in Republican-led Russia investigations

Facebook reveals all (not quite)

Facebook reveals just how revealing your pictures can be. For the first time, find out just what ARE Facebook's standards.

Study: California gun deaths declined between…

A new scientific study shows that gun deaths have fallen in California over a 16-year period ending in 2015

US pecan growers seek to break out of the pie…

The humble pecan is being rebranded as more than just pie