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Ex-gymnastics doctor Nassar moved to Oklahoma prison

Larry Nassar, the disgraced former USA Gymnastics doctor spending the rest of his life behind bars, has been moved to a federal prison in Oklahoma City, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. More>>

Australia's Malcolm Turnbull survives leadership challenge

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has narrowly survived a leadership challenge -- putting an end, for now, to speculation about his political future. More>>

Frontier suspends pilot in connection with social media comments on transgender student

Frontier Airlines has suspended a pilot over Facebook comments he is accused of making about a transgender student, officials said Monday. The posts were among several that led a rural Oklahoma school district to close for... More>>

Two killers are finally going to prison after 35 years. Behind the scenes of a cold case plea deal

Tyrone Coggins had just learned his brother's killers, after skirting comeuppance for 35 years, would almost certainly remain in prison for a long time. He told prosecutors to hold on because he had something for them. More>>

Nashville police search for 'cold-blooded killers' in 3 fatal shootings

Nashville police found one man Monday and were searching for another to question in a string of shootings that left three people dead. More>>

She called cops when he was campaigning while black; he filed a bill to criminalize racially biased 911 calls

A black New York state senator who says a woman called 911 on him for campaigning has introduced a bill to punish people for making racially motivated police reports. More>>

Woman killed in apparent alligator attack in South Carolina

A woman was killed Monday morning in an apparent alligator attack on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office said. More>>

Teen arrested, accused of lighting 14-year-old on fire

A 13-year-old teen in Newport News has been arrested after an argument with a 14-year-old. More>>

Man who pushed mother onto tracks at MARTA station identified

MARTA police have identified the man who allegedly pushed a woman onto the tracks at the Midtown MARTA Station Sunday, prompting a chaotic scene that ended with the woman's daughter critically wounded. More>>

Student suspended for filming fight

A student was suspended for filming a fight at Arsenal Tech on Thursday. More>>

Dallas priest accused of sexual abuse and stealing from his parish

Call it a public confession, victims who once felt ashamed of speaking out are now telling their stories of sexual abuse committed by those in the Catholic clergy. More>>

Victims welcome Pope's letter on Pennsylvania sex abuse report, but they want more than words

Pope Francis' letter following a report detailing sex abuse and coverups by Pennsylvania clergy has been met with generally positive response. But not everyone is willing to grant the pontiff absolution yet. More>>

Suspect accused of trying to pull young girl from her bedroom window

A police department in Idaho has arrested a man suspected of trying to kidnap a young girl from her home in Idaho. More>>

Immigration Statistics Fast Facts

Here's a look at immigration to the United States. More>>

Chicago police chief calls 58 shootings in 3 days 'tragic, senseless and cowardly'

In this city, someone gets shot an average of about once per hour. More>>

Man killed by train in suspected suicide

A man died Saturday afternoon after being hit by a train on the crossing of North Broad Street. More>>

Police ID suspect, victim in deadly shooting at Walmart

One person was shot and killed Sunday evening at Walmart along Scenic Highway in Snellville. More>>

'Your faith is shaken.' Pittsburgh Catholics react to report detailing sexual abuse by clergy

St. Paul's Cathedral in Pittsburgh was about half-full at 8 a.m. mass on Sunday morning when Rev. Kris Stubna stepped up to the altar to deliver his homily. More>>

Chef Makes it His Mission to Feed Thousands of People in Flood Zone

A chef in Schuylkill County has fed 8,000 people and counting who are in desperate need of help in the flood zone near Port Carbon. More>>

5 Things for August 20: Michael Cohen, Korean reunions, India flooding

The Mormon church doesn't want you to call its members Mormons anymore. Why? It's complicated. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today"... More>>

Children on Nauru in desperate need of help, activists tell Australia

Australian advocates and opposition politicians are campaigning to free 119 children from forced detention on a tiny Pacific Island, amid warnings that the health of several young refugees is quickly deteriorating. More>>

Houston man gets more than 6 years in prison for attempting to blow up Confederate statue

A 26-year-old man was sentenced to six and a half years in prison after he tried to blow up the Dick Dowling Confederate monument in Houston. More>>

Airline passenger convicted of sexually abusing a woman on a plane

A man accused of undressing and fondling a Spirit Airlines passenger while she was asleep could spend the rest of his life behind bars. More>>

Kyle Plush's family honors his memory, their mission at cardboard boat regatta

Kyle Plush used to love racing a cardboard boat with his best friend, Matt Wabler, in the New Richmond Cardboard Boat Regatta. More>>

ATF looking for suspects who stole guns from Frontier Justice

The ATF is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those who stole firearms from Frontier Justice, a federally licensed firearms dealer. More>>

Houston school takes down 'sexist' quote from hallway wall after social media controversy

A Houston school has removed a quote popularized by a former New York madam after social media controversy over the saying, which was posted in a hallway above school lockers, according to CNN affiliate KTRK. More>>

Man detained while driving pregnant wife to the hospital had an arrest warrant in Mexico, ICE says

Joel Arrona was heading to a San Bernardino, California, hospital with his pregnant wife for a planned cesarean section when Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers detained him, forcing his pregnant wife to complete... More>>

'How could this happen again?' Why this Catholic abuse scandal seems worse than 2002

This is how bad things are in the Catholic Church right now: The Pope's top adviser on clergy sexual abuse canceled a trip to Ireland for a papal event because he has to investigate sexual misconduct in his own seminary. More>>

At least 14 fans at Backstreet Boys concert hurt as storm rolls through

At least 14 people were sent to the hospital Saturday after a storm knocked over concert entrance trusses at an Oklahoma outdoor concert venue hosting the Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees, a spokeswoman for the property... More>>

There must be something in the water: Hospital in Arizona has 16 pregnant nurses

There's a baby boom in an Arizona hospital and it's not coming from the maternity ward. More>>

All prosecutors can offer most clergy sex abuse victims is solace, DA says

A district attorney is lamenting his office's inability to prosecute any sex abuse allegations against Catholic priests detailed in a Pennsylvania grand jury's report this week. More>>

16 ICU nurses simultaneously pregnant at Mesa hospital

A baby bonanza has hit Banner Medical Center's Intensive Care Unit. Sixteen nurses who work in the ICU are all pregnant at the same time. More>>

Bode Miller's wife shares heartbreaking photo of daughter to raise awareness of child drownings

Two months after her 19-month-old daughter tragically drowned, Morgan Miller shared a heart-wrenching photo so other parents won't experience the pain she has. More>>

Hurricane Lane could get close to Hawaii next week

Hawaii may have a hurricane on its horizon next week -- though it's far too early to tell how close it will get. More>>

NY Times editor says Trump's 'enemy of the people' mantra endangers journalists

The executive editor of The New York Times is "deeply concerned" by President Donald Trump's treatment of the news media, he told CNN, adding that Trump's approach jeopardizes the safety of journalists across the world. More>>

A closer look at Omarosa's excerpt on Puerto Rico -- from a reporter who was there

Only a few paragraphs of Omarosa Manigault Newman's book are about Puerto Rico. But their claims are significant: that President Donald Trump lacked empathy in Hurricane Maria's aftermath and that the President and Chief... More>>

Mental evaluation ordered for arson suspect in California Holy Fire after outbursts in court

A judge has ordered a mental evaluation for the man accused of starting the Holy Fire that has burned more than 22,000 acres in California. More>>

Lawsuit claims LSU ignored alleged fraternity hazing before pledge's death last year

Last fall, a fraternity pledge's parent emailed Louisiana State University's Office of Greek Life and said they'd heard members of another pledge class had been forced to drink alcohol until each member had vomited,... More>>

Fort Lauderdale airport shooter given 5 life sentences plus 120 years

The man accused of killing five people and wounding six others at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in January 2017 was sentenced Friday to five consecutive life sentences plus 120 years, according to... More>>

Mormons don't want you calling them Mormons anymore

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is embarking on a rebranding effort of sorts. More>>

Apache Junction High School student arrested, refused to take off bandana

Apache Junction police arrested four students after one of them refused to take off a blue bandana. More>>

Girlfriend Of Man Accused Of Kidnapping Daughter Speaks Out For First Time

In a three-day span police say Danny Barrows stabbed his girlfriend, kidnapped his daughter and attempted to commit suicide on an I-49 bridge where he was later arrested by police. More>>

Holy Fire Suspect Scheduled to Be Arraigned Again After Calling Charges 'a Lie'

The 51-year-old man suspected of starting the destructive Holy Fire is set to be arraigned Friday after two previous attempts were postponed. More>>

John Brennan Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of John Brennan, former director of the CIA. More>>

Clergy sex abuse hotline in Pennsylvania 'lit up'

The clergy sex abuse allegations in Pennsylvania have prompted robust feedback from survivors, the state attorney general's office says. More>>

Man Stopped at LAX Checkpoint Was WWII Enthusiast With Replica Weapons, Airport Police Say

A man stopped at a Los Angeles International Airport checkpoint Friday, prompting a major police response, was carrying multiple World War II replica weapons in his truck, authorities said. More>>

Regis Philbin Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of television personality Regis Philbin. More>>

Neighbors Want Street Named After Priest Accused of Child Sex Assault Changed

People in Hazle Township are dealing with the aftermath of this week's grand jury report into child sex abuse in the Catholic Church. More>>

Aretha Franklin Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin. More>>

LGBT Rights Milestones Fast Facts

Here is some background information about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender milestones in the United States. More>>

What it felt like inside the fire tornado that killed a California firefighter

The winds raged, as fast as 165 mph, uprooting trees and ripping off roofs. Windows on firefighting bulldozers shattered as gusts inside the vortex hurled debris, rocks and embers. Temperatures inside likely exceeded 2,700... More>>

What's really going on with youth unemployment

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Friday morning to relay a bit of good news about the labor market from one of his favorite sources on economic statistics, Fox and Friends. More>>

Henderson students robbed feet from campus, two suspects arrested

A mother is breathing a little easier after Henderson police arrested two suspects just hours after her daughters were robbed at gunpoint on their way to school. More>>

Chandra Levy's mother pushes for Cold Case Act

Chandra Levy's murder case rocked the nation 17 years ago, and now her mother is pushing for a new national act pertaining to murder cases gone cold. More>>

Flint Minister of Music recalls the time he got to play with Aretha Franklin

A Gospel recording artist and producer shares how his childhood dream of getting to play with Aretha Franklin finally came true at the age of 43, right here on stage in Flint. More>>

Massachusetts man indicted on 52 charges after 3 bodies found at his home

A Massachusetts man has been indicted on 52 charges and is accused of raping, kidnapping and killing three women, whose bodies were found in his home in May. More>>

Burglary suspects target Georgia Aquarium parking lot

Authorities are investigating a string of car break-ins at one of Atlanta's most popular tourist destinations. More>>

Authorities find bodies believed to be Colorado man's missing wife and daughters

Authorities on Thursday discovered three bodies they believe to be a missing Colorado woman and her two young daughters, officials said. Police are working to confirm their identities. More>>

Maryland regents to discuss athlete Jordan McNair's death, as his father calls for coach's firing

The University System of Maryland Board of Regents is meeting Friday to discuss how campus officials handled the death of 19-year-old football player Jordan McNair, while his father is calling for the team's head coach to... More>>

5 Things for August 17: Aretha Franklin, politics, China, clergy sex abuse, overdoses

Hankering for a trip across the pond? It's now cheaper than ever to fly across the Atlantic. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today"... More>>

Trader Joe's shootout suspect faces 51 charges

The suspect in last month's hostage situation at a Trader Joe's faces additional charges, adding up to more than 50 counts and an increased bail of $23 million. More>>

1 Person injured in accident involving bus carrying Clayton High girls golf team

Authorities said one person was taken to a hospital after an accident involving a bus carrying the Clayton High School girls golf team and another car More>>

Beaverton police K9 Enzo locates pursuit suspect hiding in blackberry bushes

A 26-year-old man was arrested early Thursday morning after he fled from deputies and rammed a patrol vehicle in Beaverton. More>>

Locked up and learning to write, women prisoners find a safe space

Ellen Stackable has been an English teacher for more than 20 years. More>>

NYC Straphangers Perplexed After Mysterious Sand Pile Covers Subway Platform

You've no doubt seen sand bars turn up down the shore, but what about in a Midtown subway station? More>>

Woman Delivers Baby Boy On Bus Route

Looking down at her feet, Jane Mulcahy knows her shoes look a little different than they did on Tuesday morning. More>>

Neighbors rescue child from South City house fire through window

The St. Louis Fire Department is on the scene of a fire that broke out in south St. Louis Thursday afternoon. More>>

Air quality spurs concern in Oregon wine industry

Wildfires burning in California and southern Oregon have recently draped a blanket of haze over the Portland metro area, and more specifically, countless vineyards. More>>

The Air Force is looking decades back in time to create a new uniform

It looks like the Air Force will be sticking to the classics and going back in time to find the perfect design to update its service dress blues uniform. More>>

Timothy Coggins was brutally slain in a racially motivated crime 35 years ago. Today, his second killer pleaded guilty

After 35 years, it's over. Timothy Coggins' killers will spend many years, if not the rest of their lives, in a Georgia prison. More>>

Newport News man tased while attempting to flush marijuana down toilet, police say

A man is in custody after a Newport News Police bike patrol ended in an arrest. More>>

Why is the Pope still silent about damning sex abuse report?

In July, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro wrote a personal letter to Pope Francis, warning him that "a comprehensive investigation" by his office had found "widespread sexual abuse of children and a systemic... More>>

Alleged sex abusers 'stole' the Catholic church from me, Pennsylvania survivor says

A Pennsylvania man reflected Thursday on what he says two sexually abusive Catholic priests "stole" from him -- and how his state's lawmakers could stand up for survivors. More>>

Record cocaine bust in Thomasville after joint investigation

A joint investigation involving several agencies has resulted in a record cocaine bust in Thomasville, according to a press release from the Thomasville Police Departement. More>>

WWII destroyer remains found off the coast of Alaska

After 75 years, researchers have discovered the stern of a World War II destroyer off the coast of Alaska and presumably, the final resting place of 70 crew members who were never found after the vessel was hit by a... More>>

Husband arrested on murder charges in disappearance of pregnant wife, daughters

A Frederick husband and father is behind bars in the Weld County Jail, booked early Thursday morning, in connection to the disappearance of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. More>>

Construction worker used duct tape to subdue suspect

A Valley construction worker said his years of martial arts training paid off when a man tried to grab a gun from a police officer working at their job site. More>>

2 Kids, 1 adult taken to hospital after school bus crash in O'Fallon, Mo.

Two students and one adult were taken to the hospital after a school bus crashed near O'Fallon, Missouri Wednesday morning. More>>

Reality star, singer Kandi Burruss to open restaurant at Philips Arena

Singer, businesswoman, and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss-Tucker will be one of six owners to have their restaurant added to Philips Arena when it opens re-opens in October. More>>

After report on sexual abuse by priests, Pennsylvania lawmakers may lift statute of limitations

After a grand jury report detailed allegations of sex abuse by Catholic priests in Pennsylvania, state lawmakers are poised to vote on whether to eliminate the criminal statute of limitations -- as well as lengthen windows... More>>

Iraqi refugee accused of being ISIS killer arrested in California

The United States is preparing to extradite an Iraqi refugee from California wanted in his home country in connection with an ISIS-related killing of a police officer. More>>

5 Things for August 16: John Brennan, the Pope, Turkey & Qatar, migrants, overdoses

A new study claims that about half the matter found here in the Milky Way came from outside the galaxy. So, does that mean we're all made of stardust? Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.... More>>

Man missing on Mount St. Helens for nearly a week survived on bees and berries

A hiker who was missing for six days on Mount St. Helens survived by eating bees and berries, his mother says. More>>

Prosecutors can't call Laquan McDonald a 'victim' in murder trial

Prosecutors are barred from calling Laquan McDonald, who was killed by a Chicago police officer, a "victim," at least until closing arguments, a judge ruled on Wednesday. More>>

Shark attacks swimmer on Cape Cod

A 61-year-old man suffered puncture wounds in a shark attack Wednesday on Cape Cod in Massachusetts, according to officials and reports. More>>

They moved to escape Florida's toxic algae slime. Now red tide has shut down their business.

Toxic algae slime cost Rochelle Neumann's business more than $100,000 two years ago. Red tide may close it for good. More>>

How Michael Avenatti helped a 9-year-old Guatemalan boy make it back to his mother

Antony Ortiz walked into the courtroom in Houston wearing a light gray hoodie, khakis and black tennis shoes with red laces. He looked his age, but he didn't act it. He didn't smile or fidget. He sat up straight and waited... More>>

Man in custody after abandoned puppies found on street

A man is in custody after officers found a box of eight abandoned puppies in Poplar Bluff. More>>

Moms who hired school bus service left in the lurch on kids' first day

When they learned Oak Hills High School did not offer bus service, Barbara Fortman and Kim McMahan began looking for another way to get their freshmen to school. They settled on contracting Queen City Transportation, a... More>>

Man suspected of human trafficking arrested

A Chicago man is facing charges involving human trafficking in at least nine states, the Wisconsin Attorney General announced on Wednesday. More>>

California wildfire threatens the oldest and tallest juniper tree in the US

The Donnell Fire had already scorched more than 29,000 acres and was only 26% contained as it tore toward the oldest juniper tree in the United States. More>>

School closes for two days after threats against 12-year-old transgender student

A rural Oklahoma school system closed for two days earlier this week after a group of adults made threatening Facebook comments about a 12-year-old transgender girl, Achille Public Schools Superintendent Rick Beene said. More>>

Once-toxic industrial site poised for redemption, redevelopment, new jobs

A vacant 22-acre plot of land once befouled by decades of heavy industry could undergo the ultimate redemption as a local developer is poised to purchase the property from the City of Cleveland with the intention of... More>>

Medical conditions commonly mistaken as child abuse

After a family was charged with abusing their infant son, News 3 took a closer look at potential medical conditions this family claims their son has. More>>

It's back to school in Parkland -- but hardly back to normal

If Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were like any other school, you wouldn't think much of the freshly-painted burgundy hallways or the newly-installed 20-foot tall fences around the freshman building. More>>

Judge in New Mexico child abuse case receives threats

A New Mexico courthouse was evacuated Tuesday after a district judge who granted bond to five suspects accused of child abuse at a rural compound received a series of threats, officials said. More>>

Westminster suspect identified as UK national of Sudanese origin

A 29-year-old man arrested after he crashed a car into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in what's being treated as a terrorist incident has been named as Salih Khater, according to Reuters news agency. More>>

Priest abuse survivor slams church's lack of 'morality'

Shaun Dougherty, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse by a priest in Pennsylvania, doesn't have anything he'd like to say to Pope Francis. More>>

This is why a judge allowed the release of suspects in the New Mexico compound case

A judge is coming under fire after allowing five adults to remain free on bail as they await trial for allegedly keeping 11 starving children in a filthy New Mexico compound, surrounded by weapons. More>>

Woman believes she and friends were escorted out of restaurant because of race

An Atlanta woman says her friends were escorted out of a restaurant and many believe it was racially-motivated. More>>

St. Louis area women say they were denied job because of 'ghetto' name

A St. Louis area woman's Facebook post is going viral after she was denied a job with a local company because of her "ghetto" name. More>>

Nearly $500K disappeared from school cafeterias. Officials say the lunch ladies did it

For four years, nearly half-a-million dollars quietly vanished from cafeteria registers at two schools in Connecticut. More>>

New Mexico compound suspects were on a violent mission, prosecutors say. But the defense sees it differently.

The evidence was intended to paint a disturbing picture of a zealous family training for a violent mission against government institutions, New Mexico prosecutors said. More>>

5 Things for August 15: Politics, clergy sex abuse, bridge collapse, Turkey, ICE

Using a resume in your job search? That's so 20th century. Here's what really catches the eyes of employers today. And here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You... More>>

A community devastated by a wildfire sends messages to the couple whose trailer started it

A community devastated by a deadly wildfire in Northern California has a message for the couple whose trailer started the blaze: It's not your fault. More>>

University of Maryland football player who died after workout didn't receive proper care, review says

A University of Maryland football player who died of heatstroke this summer did not receive proper medical care, and some members of the training staff made mistakes, according to preliminary results of an independent review. More>>

Virginia report clears child detention center of abuse, but youths' lawyer says investigation was insufficient

Harsh treatment alleged by immigrant youths held at a Virginia juvenile detention center didn't amount to abuse or neglect under state law, a state investigation ordered by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam concluded on Monday. More>>

A man tried to grab a girl. Her sister hurled coffee at him to escape

A Michigan man who police say attempted to kidnap a girl got a surprise of his own: a fight and a cup of hot coffee in his face. More>>

Prosecutor overrules sheriff, charges Florida man in 'stand your ground' case

Michael Drejka, who fatally shot Markeis McGlockton after McGlockton shoved him in a Clearwater, Florida, convenience store parking lot, has been charged with manslaughter, officials said Monday. More>>

A store accused a woman of hiding school supplies under her clothes. She was pregnant.

Shirell Bates was shopping for school supplies for her kids when a police officer asked the North Carolina woman what was under her shirt. More>>

Judge: Justice who presided over Nassar trial to remain

A Michigan chief judge says a colleague who sentenced former sports doctor Larry Nassar to prison for molesting women and girls will remain on the case. More>>

Tia Coleman wants 'death trap' duck boats banned

The Indiana woman who lost nine members of her family in a duck boat sinking last month in Missouri wants the amphibious vehicles banned. More>>

Inmate who escaped Michigan hospital is in custody

An inmate who escaped police custody while at a Michigan hospital is now in custody. More>>

Former Baltimore officer indicted in beating that was caught on video

The former Baltimore police officer caught on video repeatedly punching a man was indicted on assault and misconduct charges, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Tuesday. More>>

Waldron Assistant Principal Accused Of Sexual Relationship With Student

An assistant principal with the Waldron School District is facing up to five counts of first-degree sexual assault after she was accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student. More>>

Improper Air Conditioner Use Led to Child's Death in Scranton: Coroner

The death of a baby in Scranton has been ruled an accident. More>>

Video captures drivers doing doughnuts on busy bridge

Cell phone video captured drivers doing doughnuts around each other Sunday night in the middle of Portland's Fremont Bridge, stopping traffic headed northbound for about 20 minutes, according to witnesses. More>>

Larry Nassar's motion to disqualify Judge Rosemarie Aquilina denied

A motion filed by attorneys for Larry Nassar seeking to disqualify Judge Rosemarie Aquilina from presiding over any further proceedings in Nassar's case was denied Tuesday. More>>

Neil Gorsuch Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of US Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. More>>

Academy Awards Fast Facts

Here is some background information about the Academy Awards, also known as the "Oscars." More>>

Fugitive Accused of Sexually Assaulting Choir Boy for Years Extradited to U.S.

An Orange County man who authorities say fled the country more than a decade ago after being charged with sexually assaulting a choir boy over a four-year period has been extradited back to the U.S., authorities said Monday. More>>

O'ahu's famous monk seal spotted (and she's sporting a new look)

O'ahu's celebrity monk seal was recently sighted… and she's going green. More>>

Community talks housing for homeless after university closes homeless campsite

A little over 100 people are expected to be misplaced once the University of Arkansas closes a popular homeless campsite on School Ave and 19th. More>>

Florida man threatened people 3 different times before shooting man in 'stand your ground' case

The man charged with manslaughter after shooting another man in a Clearwater, Florida, convenience store parking lot has a history of threatening drivers, according to documents from the Pinellas County Circuit Court. More>>

5 Things for August 14: Primaries, Aretha Franklin and British parliament crash

Ready to make a move? Maybe this list of the world's most liveable cities will introduce you to your new home. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to... More>>

What we learned about New Mexico child abuse suspects from court hearing

After hearing four hours of riveting testimony, a New Mexico judge on Monday decided that five adults arrested in the New Mexico compound raid aren't a threat to the community and granted them bond. More>>

Attorney for man beaten by Baltimore officer says the cop had a history of 'antagonizing'

The Baltimore police officer caught on video punching a man for 12 seconds has "a history of antagonizing and aggravating" that same civilian, the man's attorney said Monday. More>>

Alleged Golden State Killer charged with another murder, district attorney says

The man authorities believe is the Golden State Killer faces yet another murder charge, authorities said Monday. More>>

Increased security at GSU following shooting at campus dorms

Police escorts and a ride share program will be made available to students at Georgia State University. Authorities are beefing up security following a weekend of campus violence. More>>

Mollie Tibbetts is still missing after nearly 4 weeks; investigators hope a website will help in the search

Investigators on Monday rolled out an interactive website to help in the search for a missing Iowa college student who disappeared nearly four weeks ago. More>>

Police warn strangers using online games to meet up with kids

Local police are warning parents after they received multiple reports about potential predators using online games to set up meetings with children. More>>

Exclusive: Senators ask DHS to crack down on alleged coerced labor in immigrant detention centers

Six US senators are asking the Department of Homeland Security to take immediate steps to ensure private-prison operators aren't using forced labor at immigrant detention centers, after allegations that detainees feel... More>>

'In God We Trust' now must be displayed in all Florida schools, school buildings

As students return to school this week in Florida, they will see something new: "In God We Trust." More>>

'Broken guy' who stole plane was troubled, but 'never really knew it'

As the plane he commandeered soared above picturesque western Washington State flanked by a pair of military fighter jets ready to shoot him down, Richard "Beebo" Russell had a moment of self-reflection: More>>

Official says security protocols worked correctly when airport worker stole a plane

Even though an airport employee stole a plane and flew it for an hour before crashing, a Port of Seattle official said "all security protocols were handled appropriately" at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. More>>

He left her tied to a bed while he killed 26 people. But the widow of the Sutherland Springs church shooter says she will always love him

The widow of the Sutherland Springs church shooter says the Devin Kelley who perpetrated the massacre isn't the person she fell in love with, but rather, a broken young man who had lost his faith in God. More>>

Physician-Assisted Suicide Fast Facts

Physician-assisted suicide is legal in seven US states and the District of Columbia. It is an option given to individuals by law in the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont and Washington. It is an option given to... More>>

Plane crashes into house; pilot dies

The pilot of a small plane died after the aircraft crashed into a house in Payson early Monday morning, officials confirmed. More>>

Larry Ellison Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Larry Ellison, co-founder, executive chairman and chief technology officer of Oracle. More>>

Video of Baltimore officer beating a man leads to cop's resignation

The video starts with a man screaming in a police officer's face. More>>

'Tour of grief is over' for killer whale no longer carrying dead calf

It was a journey of love, driven by a mother's loss, stretching across a thousand miles of ocean as the world watched and wondered. More>>

Family and friends try to reconcile Richard Russell's action with the person they knew

Richard Russell was a funny, gentle and hardworking man, said family and a colleague of the airline employee who stole a passenger plane from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and flew it for an hour before he... More>>

5 Things for August 13: Unite the Right, Omarosa, Richard Russell

What is it like to train to be a Border Patrol agent in the age of Trump? Find out as we take you inside Border Patrol Academy. Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things... More>>

White nationalists dwarfed by crowds of counterprotesters in Washington

Approximately two dozen white nationalists rallied in the nation's capital on Sunday, one year after clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, left one person dead and elevated racial tensions in America. More>>

PGA Championship Fast Facts

Here's a look at the PGA Championship. More>>

Heather Heyer's mom visits memorial in Charlottesville: 'It's not all about Heather'

The mother of Heather Heyer visited the site in Charlottesville, Virginia, where her daughter was killed last year and urged supporters to keep up Heyer's fight against racial inequities. More>>

Escaped prisoner from New Jersey found at Baltimore bus terminal

An escaped New Jersey prisoner was located and arrested on Saturday in Baltimore. More>>

Family returns from Carr Fire evacuation to find Grant the fish happy and well-fed

A Redding, California, family who fled the sprawling Carr Fire returned home to find something fishy had happened while they were away. More>>

Heavy rain floods streets, homes, businesses in West Chester when creek overflows

Heavy rain caused a creek to overflow and flood streets, homes and businesses in Olde West Chester late Saturday afternoon. More>>

Gubernatorial candidate Colleen Hanabusa cedes race, asks supports to vote Ige next

Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa hangs up her political hat - at least for now - after losing the primary election for the governor's race on Saturday night. More>>

Police: Excessive force not used to arrest man for obstruction and criminal trespass

Authorities say a patron at Stix Bar and Grill in Villaa Rica was arrested after overstaying his welcome and resisting arrest. More>>

Strong summer storm causes major damage around New Jersey

Residents of the Fairview Gardens apartments in Fairview, New Jersey spent Saturday evacuating from their homes. More>>

Watertown Police search for suspect wanted for sexual assault

Watertown Police are searching for a suspect who they said entered a victim's home and sexually assaulted the victim on Saturday morning. More>>

A stolen plane, a devastated family and a nation questioning airport security gaps

A heist and deadly crash of a passenger plane in the Seattle area has left the family of the airport employee who stole the plane devastated and the nation questioning the vulnerability of airport security. More>>

Family of a man who stole and crashed a plane is 'stunned and heartbroken'

Relatives of Richard Russell say they are "stunned and heartbroken" after the airline worker stole a passenger plane Friday from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and was killed when he crashed 25 miles away. More>>

US ambassador Woody Johnson warns Britain to side with Trump on Iran

The United States ambassador to the UK has called on Britain to side with President Donald Trump on Iran or risk "serious trade consequences" for UK businesses. More>>

On 'mission to touch the sun,' Parker Solar Probe has launched

Humanity's first visit to a star began this weekend. NASA's Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun's atmosphere in a mission that launched early Sunday. This is the agency's first mission to the sun and its outermost... More>>

Stolen plane in Seattle crash prompts airport security concerns

An airline employee's unauthorized takeoff from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport before dying in a crash will likely prompt a major review of already tightly controlled industry security measures, experts said Saturday. More>>

The man who stole a plane said he didn't need much help: 'I've played some video games'

Before he crashed and died, the airline worker who authorities said stole and flew a passenger plane in the Seattle area Friday had a wide-ranging discussion with air traffic control -- at one point expressing confidence... More>>

University of Maryland suspends football coach, others as player's heatstroke death is investigated

The University of Maryland has placed head football coach D.J. Durkin and members of the athletics staff on administrative leave during an investigation of the death by heatstroke of a football player. More>>

Comedian Leslie Jones has some advice for victims of cyberbullying

"Saturday Night Live" comedian Leslie Jones has a message for anyone who has found themselves a victim of online bullying: "Block the evil." More>>

2 Army Sergeants rush to protect American flag during intense storm

Two soldiers showed their true patriotism two weeks ago by protecting the American flag during a storm. More>>

Girl fighting brain cancer welcomed back to school with applause, hugs from fellow students

It was a very special first day of school for one third-grader in Hillsborough County. More>>

'It's a lie', Holy Fire arson suspect says during first court appearance; arraignment continued

A man suspected of starting the destructive Holy Fire, which has burned more than 18,000 acres in Orange and Riverside counties, appeared in front of a judge for the first time Friday and yelled out "It's a lie" when the... More>>

Pregnant mom hopes to use umbilical cord to help paralyzed son

A pregnant Kingman mom is hopeful that a procedure involving her baby's umbilical cord will help her 6-year-old son walk again. More>>

Mountain lion breaks into home, kills house cat

A Boulder resident hosted a very unwelcome guest Thursday night when a mountain lion managed to find its way inside the home in the 400 block of Marine Street. More>>

Training to be a Border Patrol agent in the age of Trump

On his first day of training to become a Border Patrol agent, Isidro Urbina was given a card with a photo of a fallen agent on it. More>>

Everything you need to know about a Q400 plane

The Horizon Air plane stolen from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a Q400 Bombardier turboprop. More>>

Contributor clashes with Erin Burnett over question about whether Trump is to blame for Charlottesville

Trump 2020 Re-elect Council member Paris Dennard and CNN anchor Erin Burnett clashed in an interview on Erin Burnett OutFront over whether the President is to blame for the 2017 Charlottesville, Virginia, violence. More>>

Heather Heyer's mom says she 'got me to understand white privilege'

One year after Susan Bro's daughter was killed when a car plowed into counterprotesters at a rally of white nationalist and other right-wing groups in Charlottesville, Virginia, Bro plans to mark the tragedy by going to... More>>

Rosalynn Carter Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Rosalynn Carter, wife of former US President Jimmy Carter. More>>

People are donating their frequent flyer miles to reunite families separated at the US-Mexico border

Did you know you can donate your frequent flyer miles to help reunite families who were separated at the US-Mexico border? More>>

How the Klansman who shot toward a black man in Charlottesville ended up at the African-American Museum

Staring at a black man in Charlottesville a year ago, Richard Preston took out his gun and fired. Now he, an imperial wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, is being stared at by a crowd of black people at the National Museum of... More>>