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The suspected Golden State Killer is set to appear in court Friday

A man who police believe is the Golden State Killer will be arraigned Friday as police continue looking for more clues that connect him to the decades-old crimes. More>>

Kim Jong Un calls for 'new history' as Korean peace summit begins

With a single step, Kim Jong Un broke with decades of hostility and distrust to become the first North Korean leader to cross into South Korean territory since 1953. More>>

Who is Kim Jong Un's wife, Ri Sol Ju?

North Korea's first lady, Ri Sol Ju, will accompany her husband at a post-summit banquet Friday with South Korean President Moon Jae-In and his wife, Kim Jung-sook, where they will dine on delicacies from both sides of the... More>>

An unbelievable week -- or just another week in Trump world

The marvel of Donald Trump's presidency is not that so many things happen that stretch the limits of credulity. More>>

US and Israeli officials intensify the drumbeat against Iran

US and Israeli officials issued tough warnings about Iran's activities in Syria and beyond on Thursday, in the lead-up to President Donald Trump's May 12 decision on whether to stay in the Iran nuclear deal. More>>

Kim Yo Jong: the only woman at the summit table

She was the face of the North Korean delegation at the Winter Olympics in the South this year, and now she has a seat at the table for the most significant peace talks between the two nations in decades. More>>

Suspect in Golden State Killer case was a recluse, neighbors say

For decades, a masked gunman nicknamed the Golden State Killer roamed through communities in California, raping dozens of women in a campaign of terror that left 12 people dead. More>>

Angel Flight volunteer pilots fly sick patients to their appointments

A little girl who is battling a rare disease isn't on her journey alone. Along with her family, she's fighting this medical battle with her own angels at her side. More>>

GNP entrance fee waived Saturday for National Parks Week

This is National Parks Week and to celebrate you can get into Glacier and Yellowstone for free on Saturday. More>>

Search for missing Missoula hiker comes to sad end

A nearly 20 hour long search for an overdue hiker near Pattee Canyon came to a tragic end on Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Bill Cosby guilty on all three counts in indecent assault trial

A jury found Bill Cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault on Thursday, for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in a Philadelphia suburb in 2004. More>>

As prosecutor seeks to revoke his bail, Cosby curses at him

After the guilty verdict was announced Thursday against Bill Cosby, the TV icon shouted at the prosecutor in the courtroom. More>>

So, Scott Pruitt totally lied about raises for his employees

Something amazing happened Thursday morning on Capitol Hill. More>>

Time's up, Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby's legal team attempted to use "Rape Culture 101" tactics to discredit his accuser in court, but the guilty verdict handed down Thursday demonstrates that the days of blaming women for the sexual violence and... More>>

Former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw faces sexual harassment allegations

Another big NBC News name is facing sexual harassment allegations -- this time dating back to the 1990s. More>>

From brink of war to hopes of peace: Kim Jong Un heads south for summit

For the first time in over a decade, the leaders of a divided Korea will sit down Friday to negotiate an end to a decades-long rivalry which has threatened at times to plunge the world into nuclear war. More>>

Trump tweets on 2026 World Cup bid

President Donald Trump on Thursday helped kick off the race to host the 2026 World Cup, tweeting his support for the United States' joint bid with Canada and Mexico. More>>

Avicii's family reveals his personal struggles in new statement

The family of Tim Bergling, the Swedish DJ and producing star known as Avicii, has issued a new statement regarding the musician's sudden death last week at age 28. More>>

Stormy Daniels' lawyer pushes back on Cohen's 'blanket' Fifth Amendment claims

The lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels argued Thursday that President Donald Trump's personal lawyer's "blanket claims" for Fifth Amendment protections are "expressly prohibited by law," according to a federal court... More>>

The Diamond and Silk show goes to Washington

"Freedom," said Bob Goodlatte, the House Judiciary Committee chairman, quoting President Ronald Reagan as he began a hearing Thursday morning, "is never more than one generation away from extinction." More>>

Hollywood sounds off on Bill Cosby and #MeToo

As Bill Cosby faced a retrial for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in 2004, there was a question as to whether the #MeToo and Time's Up movements against sexual abuse would factor into his case. More>>

Police used DNA info on genealogy websites to track down Golden State Killer suspect

The man who police say is the Golden State Killer was found using DNA-matching information from genealogy websites, according to the Sacramento District Attorney's office. More>>

Inside the dramatic collapse of Ronny Jackson's bid to lead the VA

Dr. Ronny Jackson exuded confidence when he emerged from a Capitol Hill office Tuesday evening, telling reporters that he looked forward to answering tough questions from lawmakers about his past. More>>

Recovered text messages between FBI officials capture reactions to Comey firing, Mueller appointment

The latest batch of text messages provided to Congress on Thursday between two top FBI employees who have come under scrutiny for criticizing then-presidential candidate Donald Trump capture their immediate reactions to... More>>

Lawmakers grilling EPA chief Scott Pruitt: 'You are unfit to hold public office'

Scott Pruitt's controversial spending and travel decisions were the subject of a blistering congressional hearing Thursday, where the embattled administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency faced House members amid... More>>

In court, Trump's fortunes are plummeting

The bully president has been taking it on the chin from coast to coast. More>>

URGENT - Kim Jong Un steps across line separating Koreas for historic talks

(CNN) -- Kim Jong Un has become the first North Korean leader to step into South Korean territory since 1953, crossing the line separating the nations for a historic summit on Friday morning.He was greeted by South Korean... More>>

Son of Guinea's first president charged with forced labor in Texas

A Texas couple with deep political connections in the West African country of Guinea was charged Thursday with forced labor after a young woman they allegedly enslaved for more than 16 years managed to escape their home in... More>>

Lawmakers seek answers after Ryan asked House chaplain to resign

House Speaker Paul Ryan requested the House chaplain resign from his post earlier this month, and several prominent Democratic lawmakers want to know more information as to why the Jesuit priest was asked to step down. More>>

'The Deminer:' Unearthed videos reveal life and death of bomb disposal hero

Walk around the streets of Duhok, northern Iraq, and you'll see the same face staring back at you. Stoic and square-jawed, the inscrutable portrait is a common sight behind shop counters and stalls in this city, a short... More>>

1 Poll number that should be a wake-up call for politicians

A new Pew poll on how people think about politics and politicians is filled with not-so-positive nuggets. More than six in 10 say that "significant changes" are necessary in American government. Just one in three have a... More>>

Cosby tried to make it about race — not rape

Finally, justice has been served in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case. And the second time around, the jury got it right: guilty on all counts. More>>

US steps up surveillance of Iranian assets in Syria over concerns of strike against Israel

US satellites, surveillance aircraft, drones and ships have stepped up operations to monitor the movement of suspected Iranian anti-air and ballistic missiles inside Syria due to rising concerns they could be used to... More>>

Family of slain Eureka couple says they want no deal for the suspect

The man accused of brutally killing a Eureka couple and then throwing their bodies into an abandoned mine shaft was back in court on Thursday. More>>

Sen. Bob Menendez 'severely admonished' by Senate Ethics Committee

The Senate Ethics Committee issued a blistering letter Thursday admonishing Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey for accepting gifts without proper approval from a wealthy ophthalmologist and returning in kind with... More>>

OK, Apu is funny -- but there's still a big problem

In comedy, stereotypes can be funny. Very funny. More>>

Trump pushes JFK assassination records deadline to 2021

President Donald Trump extended the deadline for the public release of the John F. Kennedy assassination files to 2021 on Thursday, prolonging the infamously drawn-out disclosure around the shooting. More>>

White House releases photos of Kim Jong Un and Pompeo

Not many Americans have shaken the hand of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un but in new photos released on Thursday, newly confirmed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is doing just that. More>>

The 53 most stunning lines from Donald Trump's 'Fox & Friends' interview

Minutes after his nominee to head the Veterans Affairs department withdrew from consideration amid a maelstrom of negative headlines, President Donald Trump called into his favorite show on his favorite network: "Fox &... More>>

Trump airs grievances in revealing Fox interview

President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time Thursday that his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is representing him with regards to legal matters involving Stormy Daniels, the porn star who says she had an... More>>

Starbucks CEO: Arrests haven't hurt sales

The arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia store have not hurt sales so far. More>>

DOJ antitrust chief leaves door open to settlement in AT&T trial

The Justice Department's antitrust chief Makan Delrahim said on Thursday his "line is always open" if AT&T decides it wants to settle the case the government has brought to stop the telecom giant's acquisition of Time Warner. More>>

'I'm stunned:' Cosby's accusers react to the comedian's guilty verdict

Bill Cosby was found guilty Thursday of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. More>>

Kanye only cares about himself ... just like Trump

It should shock no one that Kanye has fallen under Donald Trump's spell, and vice versa. Trump went on "Fox and Friends" on Thursday and praised Kanye's "good taste." They are kindred spirits. Kanye needs awards. Trump... More>>

The fate of the sheriff from the Parkland shooting lands in the Florida governor's lap

Broward County sheriff's deputies took a largely symbolic vote of no confidence against embattled Sheriff Scott Israel, but their leader says he plans to press the issue with Florida Gov. Rick Scott and ask him to... More>>

When kids take over the White House press briefing

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders treated the reporters at Thursday's press briefing like children. Because they were -- it was Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day at the White House. More>>

Search turns to recovery for child swept away by wave

The United States Coast Guard has suspended its search for a child who went missing on a Kitty Hawk beach Wednesday. More>>

Heartwarming 'promposal' goes viral

Prom season is underway, and one Mountain Heritage High School prom proposal has gone viral. More>>

Europa League: Antoine Griezmann sucker punch floors Arsenal

As goodbyes go it wasn't supposed to be quite like this. More>>

Amazon is raising the price of Prime to $119

Amazon is raising the price of Amazon Prime from $99 to $119 per year. More>>

Manhunt continues for suspect in Maine police officer's death

Police are still searching for a man suspected of killing a deputy in central Maine and driving away with the officer's squad vehicle early Wednesday -- the same day the suspect was supposed to appear in court in... More>>

Baby Cafe to help moms with breastfeeding

Local mothers and families are celebrating the grand opening of a baby café in Genesee County. More>>

Oklahoma House passes discriminatory SB1140

SB1140, a bill that would allow religious-based adoption agencies to discriminate against same-sex couples, single people and non-Christians passed in the Oklahoma House of Representatives today. More>>

Eartwarming 'promposal' goes viral

Prom season is underway, and one Mountain Heritage High School prom proposal has gone viral. More>>

Mueller probe's credibility eroding with GOP voters

Six in 10 Republican voters now believe special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is unfair, a dramatic 15-point swing over the last six weeks amid escalating attacks from President Donald Trump. More>>

'Avengers: Infinity War' could make box office history this weekend

Earth's mightiest heroes are about to take on a galaxy far, far away for a chance to make box office history this weekend. More>>

'Cry Closet' arrives at University of Utah for finals week

An art installation at the University of Utah campus is turning heads and sparking a buzz on social media during finals week. More>>

Deputy US marshals on Rosenstein security team save woman after fentanyl overdose

Last year, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein traveled to China to press leaders on the country's export of the lethal synthetic opioid fentanyl to the United States. More>>

Here's how an Alabama newspaper marked the opening of the nation's first lynching memorial

John Williams. Gaines Hall. Buck Steward. Pete Zeigler. Jim Acoff. Henry Ivy. Willy Webb. More>>

Otto Warmbier's parents sue North Korea over son's death

The parents of Otto Warmbier filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the North Korean government on Thursday charging that the country's regime tortured and killed their son, according to lawyers for the family. More>>

Sessions says 'I do not think we need to willy-nilly appoint special counsels'

Attorney General Jeff Sessions told a House panel Thursday that "this thing needs to conclude," potentially in reference to the special counsel's Russia probe that he has recused himself from. More>>

Kim Jong Un to cross line at DMZ: Here's what will happen

It's been billed as an historic encounter that could lead to peace on the Korean Peninsula, which has been divided for more than six decades. More>>

Common antibiotic significantly reduces child deaths across Africa

Giving the antibiotic azithromycin twice a year to young children in sub-Saharan Africa reduced childhood deaths by 13.5%, a new study has shown. More>>

Trump says he's been too busy to get Melania a birthday present

President Donald Trump admitted on Fox News that he's been too busy to get a birthday gift for his wife, first lady Melania Trump, who turned 48 years old Thursday. More>>

Teachers in Arizona and Colorado are rallying for school funding

Educators in Arizona and Colorado on Thursday took to the streets, calling out lawmakers for what they say is too little investment for far too long in their paychecks and their classrooms. More>>

Police Body Cam Shows Accused Waffle House Shooter In East Tennessee

Newly released police body cam shows Waffle House shooting suspect Travis Reinking in East Tennessee two months before the Antioch attack. More>>

Waffle House Shooting Survivor Played Dead To Stay Alive

One of the people inside the Waffle House in Antioch where a gunman opened fire said she played dead in order to stay alive. More>>

Lawmakers slam Trump's Homeland Security chief over focus on immigrant caravan, border wall

The secretary of homeland security faced sharp questioning about agency priorities from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle at a House Homeland Security Committee hearing Thursday, with many expressing deep concerns about... More>>

Authorities shut down day care with emergency order

A Papillion day care was closed Wednesday following an emergency order by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. More>>

US government urged Wells Fargo to probe its 401(k) tactics

Wells Fargo may be in even more trouble: The federal government has urged the embattled bank's board of directors to investigate its 401(k) practices. More>>

California ended its statute of limitations on rape after Bill Cosby. It may not apply to the Golden State Killer

California vows to prosecute all rapists, no matter how long ago their crimes occurred. But that may not apply to Joseph James DeAngelo, who police are fingering as the long-sought Golden State Killer. More>>

What happens to Bill Cosby now?

What happens now that comedian Bill Cosby has been convicted of all three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in a Philadelphia suburb? More>>

Doctor works to save youth from violence before they reach his ER

As an emergency physician at Kings County Hospital Center, Dr. Rob Gore has faced many traumatic situations that he'd rather forget. But some moments stick with him. More>>

Port Harcourt: Why is this Nigerian city covered in a strange black soot?

For more than two years, Sataai Nubari has woken up covered in a strange black soot. More>>

No new 'Game of Thrones' book this year

Sorry "Game of Thrones" fans, but winter is not coming this year. More>>

Autism prevalence increases: 1 in 59 US children

One in 59 US children has autism, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More>>

Comey's psychoanalysis: Trump's always trying to fill an emotional hole

James Comey thinks Donald Trump is empty, desperate for affirmation and lacks the confidence to be humble -- but he still wants him to succeed. More>>

Prescription CBD oil could soon be available

The Food and Drug Administration is one step closer to approving a prescription CBD oil. Participants in an Idaho case study may have played a role in the decision-making process. More>>

9 Teenagers dead as flash floods hit Israel and West Bank

Nine teenagers have died and one is missing from an organized trip after flash floods swept across Israel and the West Bank on Thursday afternoon, according to Israeli emergency response services. More>>

Duckworth comes back to Senate with her baby on Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Illinois Democratic Sen. Tammy Duckworth returned to the Senate floor with her newborn baby Thursday to cast a vote -- most notably on a day that coincides with Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. More>>

Streetsboro teen accused of fatally shooting 11-year-old brother appears in court

The Portage County teen accused of intentionally shooting his 11-year-old brother faced a judge for the first time Wednesday for his arraignment and detention hearing. More>>

Police investigate third shooting in a less than a year at Club Venus strip club

Police are investigating the third shooting in less than a year at a west side strip club after a victim walked into Eskenazi Hospital with a gunshot wound to the foot early Tuesday morning. More>>

Construction worker killed in accident while working on renovation of Swain Hall on IU's campus

A construction worker has died after an accident on Indiana University's Bloomington campus Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Angry customer runs over 7-Eleven clerk

Stopping off at this 7-Eleven on Fort Smallwood Road for a quick pack of smokes may have seemed simple enough, but it ended up landing 39-year old Ryan Jenkins in jail in the wee hours of the morning Wednesday. More>>

London's best hotels, according to LTI

London has many top luxury hotels, so determining the best is no easy feat. More>>

'Please Help My Wife Find A Kidney': Man Using Billboard To Help Wife Find Donor

For right now, laughter is perhaps the only remedy available to 70-year-old Chris Rushinski. More>>

URGENT - Bill Cosby found guilty in indecent assault trial

(CNN) -- A Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, jury has found Bill Cosby guilty of all three counts of aggravated indecent assault. More>>

Bill Cosby: A big legacy, forever tarnished

The guilty verdict against Bill Cosby represents a moment of vindication for a legal system that has often seemed to tip the scales in favor of celebrities -- including a previous hung jury in this case, despite a mountain... More>>

A man claims he was unfairly kicked out of a New York bar for wearing a 'Make America Great Again' cap. A judge disagrees

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a man who claimed he was unfairly kicked out of a New York City bar for wearing a "Make America Great Again" cap. More>>

Students burn prairie to help renew ecosystem

Burning it down, to build it back up, students at one local school spent Wednesday burning down the school's prairie with hopes of rejuvenating it. More>>

Michigan Humane Society seeking charges for those who amputated dog's leg

The Michigan Humane Society is seeking charges for those responsible for the at-home amputation of a dog's lower right-rear leg. More>>

Homeland Security ends protections for 9,000 Nepalese immigrants

The Trump administration announced on Thursday an end to a protected status for roughly 9,000 Nepalese immigrants that has been in place since a devastating 2015 earthquake -- a move that could force many to choose between... More>>

California's DNA database law drew the wrath of privacy rights groups. It may have helped nab the Golden State Killer

When police announced they had finally caught the Golden State Killer, Bruce Harrington had a simple message for the politicians who fought his tireless efforts to expand the California's criminal offender DNA database. More>>

Cold case arrest: "After 24 1/2 years, it is justice."

Investigators believe they have solved a nearly 25-year-old murder mystery in North Tonawanda. More>>

Drug-screening device may reduce opioid risk for police officers

A new bill may help ensure that no more Ohio police officers need to be revived with narcan after being exposed to deadly opioids and narcotics. More>>

She's trying to be the first black woman to visit every country

Some people set records by jumping the highest or running the fastest. More>>

Mayor meets with 9-year-old petitioning for safer walk to school

Nine-year-old Madelyn Gerker has written to the government, addressed City Council and, as of Wednesday afternoon, sat down for a serious talk with the mayor of Cincinnati -- all in pursuit of a safe sidewalk for her... More>>

Restaurants Change Menus Over E. Coli Fears Connected To Romaine Lettuce

Fears over an E. coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce is causing some local restaurants to make some changes to their menu. More>>

After a compelling two weeks, Bill Cosby's trial reaches its finale

After two weeks of testimony, Bill Cosby's fate was sealed. Guilty. More>>

Mike Pompeo sworn in as Trump's second secretary of state

Mike Pompeo was sworn in as the 70th US secretary of state Thursday, after the Senate voted to confirm him, 57-42, installing the former CIA Director as the nation's top diplomat at a time when several high stakes... More>>

Youngest Victim Calls Arrest In East Area Rapist Case 'Greatest Gift Ever'

The youngest victim of the East Area Rapist is sharing her story after the arrest of a former police officer for the violent crime spree. More>>

Driver Believes His Truck Was Shot At Over Armenian Flag

A 19-year-old man and his sister who were shot at while driving on the 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita says he believes he was targeted for the flag he had draped on his truck to mark the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. More>>

9-Year-Old Girl Chases Man Who Snatched Purse From 83-Year-Old Great Grandmother

Manchester Police are searching for the man who stole an 83-year-old woman's purse as she stood in her driveway with her 9-year-old great granddaughter. More>>

The US has moved on Huawei and ZTE. That doesn't bode well for Alibaba

The United States has effectively closed its doors on Huawei and ZTE, two of China's biggest tech companies. More>>

Janelle Monae opens up about her sexual orientation

Singer and actress Janelle Monae sheds light on her sexual orientation in a new interview. More>>

Miniature pony on the loose corralled by Clewiston police

A little pony in Hendry County apparently wanted to be a wild horse, galloping down a highway away from its paddock. More>>

Students return to City Heights school following teacher's child porn arrest

Students at a City Heights school are returning to class Thursday, one week after one of their teachers was arrested on suspicion of child pornography possession. More>>

Trump targets Montana senator over failed VA nominee

Minutes after Ronny Jackson, President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, withdrew his nomination under considerable scrutiny, the President had a target to focus his ire: Democratic Sen. Jon... More>>

Breaking down the numbers as Colorado teachers take part in walkouts

The debate over teacher salaries seems to be getting a lot of the attention as teachers protest on Thursday and Friday. Education funding is a big piece of the puzzle as well. More>>

Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. raises $165,000 for victims

Just hours after he pried a rifle from a gunman who'd opened fire at a Waffle House in Tennessee, James Shaw Jr. launched a fundraiser to help the victims' families. More>>

Fort Worth police look for woman using kids to steal AT&T phones across North Texas

Take a close look at the woman in the video. Fort Worth police are looking for this woman who they say is using children to help her steal iPhones from AT&T stores across North Texas. More>>

Michael Che and Colin Jost to host Emmy Awards

Colin Jost and Michael Che are taking their weekend gig to the Emmy stage. More>>

Stains, bugs and body fluids found on 'sanitized' refurbished mattresses sold in Tampa Bay stores

The ABC Action News I-Team is investigating the refurbished mattress industry, which experts believe may account for as much as 10 percent of all mattress sales. More>>

Ex-federal judge tapped to review Cohen documents

An independent lawyer who's a former federal judge will pick through Michael Cohen's documents before federal prosecutors in New York can use them in their criminal investigation of him, while Cohen's team looks through... More>>

6 New Gmail features worth trying -- and how to get them now

On the surface, you could easily mistake the new Gmail for the same web-based email you've been using for years. More>>

Domino's delivers awesome sales and profits

Forget Facebook, Amazon and those other tech companies. One of the hottest stocks on Wall Street is a company that makes social connections by delivering pizza. More>>

Marine turned farmer shares fruits of his labor with his Pine Island community

A drive up and down Pine Island reveals several fruit stands and farms. One of those farms belongs to a former Marine who found his true calling in serving his community. More>>

Arizona teachers line up for miles to kick off massive education protest

Today, all over Arizona, teachers are walking out to protest for better pay and learning conditions for their students. But the afternoon before the demonstrations began, they spread their message by lining miles and miles... More>>

Man found overdosing at gas station after picking 6-year-old up from school, deputies say

A 6-year-old boy stood crying in front of a gas station convenience store trying to find help for a man he thought was "choking," Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office deputies say. More>>

Ben Ainslie strikes $153m deal to fund second America's Cup bid

Ben Ainslie didn't become Britain's most successful sailor by ducking tough decisions. More>>

Trump's jabs about pleading the Fifth come back to haunt him in Cohen case

President Donald Trump's past statements that only guilty people take the Fifth Amendment have come back to embarrass him now that his personal attorney and "fixer" Michael Cohen is about to clam up, too. More>>

Trump's call to 'Fox and Friends' explains why we don't hear much from him

President Trump's interactions with reporters have been limited lately. His schedule of interviews has been severely cut back. More>>

Why corporatizing feminist messages doesn't really help women

"Femvertising" and "fempowerment" aren't new concepts. Advertisers and marketers have long used girl power messages and feminist slogans to sell products to women. More>>

Senate panel approves bill to protect special counsel

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved legislation to protect the special counsel from being fired, a rare bipartisan step that sends a warning signal to President Donald Trump not to remove Robert Mueller. More>>

What happened to Allison Mack?

In 2013, actress Allison Mack, then best known for her 10-season run on the television series "Smallville," posted a video to her YouTube channel titled "You asked, I answered." More>>

Trump to visit UK in July

President Donald Trump will visit the United Kingdom in July, the White House and Downing Street announced on Thursday, finally concluding a months-long back-and-forth over when Trump would at last visit America's closest... More>>

Oil prices will keep rising. Here's why

Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass thinks demand for oil is about to go up. More>>

Armenia protests: What happens next?

Days of mass demonstrations in the streets of Armenia's capital brought about the resignation of leader Serzh Sargsyan and could now lead to a change of government. More>>

Goldman Sachs warns against falling in love with stock buybacks

Corporate America is flush with so much cash from President Trump's tax cuts that companies are rewarding shareholders with massive stock buybacks. More>>

One of the most powerful women at Nike shares how to run a successful team

Two decades ago, Heidi O'Neill was just starting out at Nike as a marketing director. Now, she's one of the most powerful women in sports retail. More>>

Chipotle stock soars on strong earnings and CEO's new plans

Chipotle hiked its prices, opened new restaurants, and its new CEO is out making promises of a bright future. And investors are loving it. More>>

Pruitt backtracks on explanation of privacy booth

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt told lawmakers on Thursday that the controversial sound proof booth installed his office is not the type used for classified information, contradicting his past... More>>

Democrats set sights on turning Arizona blue after special election result

Democrats are pointing to closer-than-expected results of a House special election Tuesday as the latest evidence that this year's midterms will cement Arizona's status as a marquee swing state. More>>

Woman arrested for frequently leaving 5-year-old home alone

Police in Glastonbury arrested a woman for leaving her young children home alone. More>>

Haley blasts Iran over civilian deaths in the Middle East

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called out the Iranian government on Thursday as "the patron and protector" of groups that use civilians as human shields in conflicts throughout the Middle East. More>>

Police identify driver killed after stopping to help woman he had just hit

One person was killed and another was injured in crashes involving pedestrians Wednesday night in Windsor Locks. More>>

'This fight is for your child': Education leaders speak the evening before walkout

On the eve of Arizona's historic statewide teacher walkout, the head of the Arizona Education Association said teachers are "in it for the long haul" and the strike will continue until the legislature passes a budget that... More>>

Red for Ed walkouts: 5 questions about Arizona teacher strike

Arizona teachers walked out of their classrooms on Thursday in an effort to secure more funding and support for districts across our state. More>>

LAPD Motorcycle Officer Hospitalized Following Crash

A Los Angeles Police Department officer was hospitalized after being involved in a crash in North Hills Thursday morning. More>>

San Diego woman attacked by 'Golden State Killer' speaks out

Police Wednesday said they arrested the infamous "Golden State Killer" in Sacramento more than 40 years after his rash of violent crimes began. More>>

Trump says 'at some point' he won't stay away from Justice Department

President Donald Trump took shots at the FBI and the Justice Department during a half-hour phone interview on "Fox and Friends" Thursday morning, hinting that at "some point" he might step in and take action. More>>

Snapchat takes another swing at Spectacles

Snap is taking another shot at Spectacles. More>>

Nigerian lawmakers summon President Buhari over church killings

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been summoned by the country's lawmakers over a spate of killings in the country's middle belt and other parts of the country. More>>

Pepsi vs. Coke -- the new cola wars are here

Get ready for a new round of cola wars! Or shall we say tea, water and organic beverage wars? More>>

How the NFL draft went from a hotel ballroom to an all out spectacle

They say everything is bigger in Texas. So it's fitting that the NFL Draft, which has ballooned in recent years from an off-season process into a bona fide, fan-focused event, kicks off in Dallas on Thursday. More>>

Meghan Markle exits 'Suits' with a wedding

That's a wrap on Meghan Markle. More>>

Defenders dismiss speculation over Kanye West's 'erratic' behavior

Whether you believe he's drumming up publicity for his soon-to-be-released music or just really passionate, Kanye West is stirring controversy once again. But his defenders are quick to denounce speculation on social media... More>>

Why Nikolas Cruz's death penalty trial would be complicated

Nikolas Cruz massacred 17 people in February at his former high school in Florida. The question now is does he live or die? More>>

'Star Wars: Resistance' awakens franchise's animated galaxy

The "Star Wars" universe is expanding again on the animation front with "Star Wars: Resistance," a Disney Channel series set during a period prior to events depicted in the 2015 movie "The Force Awakens." More>>

Angela Merkel: Trump's final hurdle before the weekend

There will be no state dinner. No military fanfare. No high fashion, high hats or high heels. But there is still a strong chance of an awkward handshake. More>>

Friday's other big summit: Why the Modi-Xi meeting matters

While the highly anticipated inter-Korean summit will capture much of the world's attention Friday, another equally consequential meeting will unfold in China on the same day, the outcome of which could affect more than a... More>>

Dealing with North Korea: Three lessons from previous summits

When Moon Jae-in meets Kim Jong Un on Friday, he'll be the third South Korean President to meet his North Korean counterpart. More>>

Partisanship, Spinal Tap and 3 other takeaways from the Ronny Jackson debacle

On Thursday morning, Ronny Jackson bowed to the inevitable: He withdrew as President Donald Trump's nominee to run the Department of Veterans Affairs. More>>

North Korea's nuclear test caused collapse, study says

North Korea's nuclear test in September last year was so strong that it caused an on-site collapse at the test site, geologists in China claim. More>>

Turkish court sentences journalists to years in prison for 'terrorism' charges

A Turkish court has sentenced 14 employees of a newspaper that has been critical of President Tayyip Recep Erdogan's government to prison, convicting them on 'terrorism' charges. More>>

How the 'insane' Iranian nuclear deal might survive

The clock is ticking towards the May 12 deadline when US President Donald Trump will decide whether the US will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal or sign up to extending it. More>>

Japan objects to the dessert South Korea is serving Kim Jong Un

South Korea's choice of dessert for Friday's historic inter-Korean summit has left a bitter taste in Japan. More>>

Larry Nassar's former boss accused of assaulting students during practice medical exams

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