Stelter: The 'caravan' faded from the news. Obama predicted this would happen
Stelter: The 'caravan' faded from the news. Obama predicted this would happen

In the closing week of the midterm campaign, Trump mentioned the migrants traveling through Mexico toward the US southern border more than 60 times.

Hirono calls Whitaker appointment "constitutionally invalid"
Hirono calls Whitaker appointment "constitutionally invalid"

Could the acting United States Attorney General be summoned before the Senate Judiciary Committee? That’s the goal of some Senate Democrats, including Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono, who says Matthew Whitaker’s appointment by President Trump is “constitutionally invalid” and a conflict of interest in the Russia probe.

VIDEO: Young cancer patient meets her organ donor
VIDEO: Young cancer patient meets her organ donor

Two-year-old, Emily had a cancerous tumor on her liver.

Judge orders White House to return Jim Acosta's press pass
Judge orders White House to return Jim Acosta's press pass

 The White House said it would follow the court order and "temporarily reinstate the reporter's hard pass."

Nightmare Nor'Easter leaves many on the East Coast paralyzed
Nightmare Nor'Easter leaves many on the East Coast paralyzed

There have been eight deaths related to the winter weather.  

McConnell's Court: How Republicans have shaped a conservative judiciary for a generation
McConnell's Court: How Republicans have shaped a conservative judiciary for a generation

Washington Bureau Correspondent Matt Knoedler examines how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, not just President Trump, constructed a conservative Supreme Court & conservative federal courts nationwide, including here at home.

GoFundMe page to help homeless vet said to be 'get-rich-quick scheme'
GoFundMe page to help homeless vet said to be 'get-rich-quick scheme'

The alleged scheme unraveled over the summer when Bobbitt sued McClure and D'Amico claiming they were stealing his money to fund lavish vacations for themselves.

California fires: 59 people dead, 130 missing
California fires: 59 people dead, 130 missing

In Paradise, California, more than 130 people are missing -- many of them from a senior living facility.

Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jeff Rohrer marrying his gay partner
Former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jeff Rohrer marrying his gay partner

He will become the first known NFL player -- former or current -- to enter a same-sex marriage. 

Trudeau retweets video of Eritrean children seeing snow for first time
Trudeau retweets video of Eritrean children seeing snow for first time

Dressed in thick winter coats, the brother and sister are seen rushing out into their backyard to twirl in the falling snowflakes in a moment of pure joy.

Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' attorney, arrested for domestic violence: Police
Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' attorney, arrested for domestic violence: Police

The incident took place Tuesday and Avenatti was arrested today, police sources said. 

Michelle Obama opens up about her friendship with George W. Bush
Michelle Obama opens up about her friendship with George W. Bush

"I'd love if we as a country could get back to the place where we didn't demonize people who disagreed with us," she added.

Fire fighters battle the Camp Fire and a couple decides to stay behind for...
Fire fighters battle the Camp Fire and a couple decides to stay behind for...

As fire fighters continue to battle the Camp Fire, David Hilst - Yankee Hill Resident - and his wife decided to stay behind. The evacuation was mandatory according to the Sheriff but we had too many neighbor that were depending on us for the animals and so forth. Hilst is taking care of 12 horses, 11 alpacas and 6 donkeys, most of the animals belong to his neighbors. Hilst said, "Some people here are going, you know Hilst, did I mention that? This is the Hilston. Hotel and r...

Melania Trump speaks out to remove Dept. Natl. Security Advisor Ricardel
Melania Trump speaks out to remove Dept. Natl. Security Advisor Ricardel

Wednesday morning from the east wing of the White House -- First Lady Melania Trump's rare and public call for the firing of Mira Ricardel. 

Girl's use of family 'code word' to thwart potential kidnapping draws praise from police
Girl's use of family 'code word' to thwart potential kidnapping draws praise from police

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office released a warning after the 10-year-old girl apparently thwarted a possible kidnapping. 

California fires: 42 dead, 125,000 acres scorched, 21 million people under Red Flag Warnings
California fires: 42 dead, 125,000 acres scorched, 21 million people under Red Flag Warnings

As of Tuesday, hurricane force winds are fueling the Southern California fires.

Kingpin of cocaine "El Chapo" finally faces the jury
Kingpin of cocaine "El Chapo" finally faces the jury

After multiple arrests, escapes from prison and years on the run, Juaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is finally facing the jury.

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl serves BBQ to wildfire firefighters
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl serves BBQ to wildfire firefighters

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl doesn't want firefighters battling the California wildfires to go hungry.

Celebrities lose their homes in Woolsey fire
Celebrities lose their homes in Woolsey fire

Neil Young, Robin Thicke, Gerard Butler and Miley Cyrus are among those whose houses were ravaged.

Couple who named their baby after Adolf Hitler found guilty of being members of banned neo-Nazi group
Couple who named their baby after Adolf Hitler found guilty of being members of banned neo-Nazi group

Adam Thomas, 22, and Claudia Patatas, 38, were convicted at Birmingham Crown Court in the country's West Midlands region for being members of the extreme right-wing organization, National Action.

Taking a selfie can be fatal, warn Indian police
Taking a selfie can be fatal, warn Indian police

 Authorities in India's capital New Delhi have spoken out after a newly-opened bridge attracted thousands of visitors, some of whom put themselves in danger in order to get a selfie. 

Stan Lee, Marvel Comics visionary, dead at 95
Stan Lee, Marvel Comics visionary, dead at 95

Lee began his career at what was then Timely Comics in 1939.

The race to recount votes after razor thin margins in Florida midterms
The race to recount votes after razor thin margins in Florida midterms

As the state continues the methodical recount of more than 8 million ballots -- concerns all 67 counties won't be able to get it done ahead of Thursday's deadline. 

Facebook ends arbitration for sexual harassment complaints
Facebook ends arbitration for sexual harassment complaints

Facebook has become the tech company to no longer require employees to resolve sexual harassment claims through arbitration. Facebook says it will now make arbitration a choice rather than a requirement. The company is also requiring any director level or above employee to disclose relationships with any co-worker to human resources. Microsoft, Uber and Lyft have also scrapped the practice within the past year.

"It's not over yet," Firefighting in California continues for the second week
"It's not over yet," Firefighting in California continues for the second week

"We're just going door to door, house to house, looking for families loved ones that are missing," Jake Hancock, Butte County District Attorney Investigator.

From high school graduate to small town mayor
From high school graduate to small town mayor

Simons just graduated high school in June but now he has the responsibility of an entire town on his shoulders.

Deadly California wildfire destroys Paradise: 'There wasn't anywhere to go'
Deadly California wildfire destroys Paradise: 'There wasn't anywhere to go'

The blaze broke out early Thursday and has grown at an astonishing rate of 80 football fields per minute.

Best gift ever for the birthday boy who "doesn't have a mean bone in his body"
Best gift ever for the birthday boy who "doesn't have a mean bone in his body"

Students at one Pennsylvania High School came together to give a classmate the birthday gift of a lifetime. Josh Rultenberg explains. At Northampton High School, you will find one of the biggest Eagles Fans around, John Fox. Fox said "it was born into me from my uncle and my grandfather." John is a senior who was diagnosed with asperger's syndrome at five years old. John's mother, Sheriann Fox said, "he's a very kind person, very loving, doesn't hav...

A Northern California fire is growing at a rate of about 80 football fields per minute
A Northern California fire is growing at a rate of about 80 football fields per minute

A state of emergency has been declared for Butte County due to the effects of the Camp Fire, which began around 6:30 a.m. Thursday and quickly spread, said the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, known as Cal Fire.

Compromise necessary between Trump, Dems in next Congress, analysts say
Compromise necessary between Trump, Dems in next Congress, analysts say

Trump believes working with Congressional Democrats won’t be as hard as everyone thinks it will be.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh takes oath
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh takes oath

Thursday's ceremony is tradition in which the Chief Justice administers a constitutional oath to the new justice privately.

Taking a selfie can be fatal, warn Indian police
Taking a selfie can be fatal, warn Indian police

 Authorities in India's capital New Delhi have spoken out after a newly-opened bridge attracted thousands of visitors, some of whom put themselves in danger in order to get a selfie. 

Stan Lee, Marvel Comics visionary, dead at 95
Stan Lee, Marvel Comics visionary, dead at 95

Lee began his career at what was then Timely Comics in 1939.

The race to recount votes after razor thin margins in Florida midterms
The race to recount votes after razor thin margins in Florida midterms

As the state continues the methodical recount of more than 8 million ballots -- concerns all 67 counties won't be able to get it done ahead of Thursday's deadline. 

Facebook ends arbitration for sexual harassment complaints
Facebook ends arbitration for sexual harassment complaints

Facebook has become the tech company to no longer require employees to resolve sexual harassment claims through arbitration. Facebook says it will now make arbitration a choice rather than a requirement. The company is also requiring any director level or above employee to disclose relationships with any co-worker to human resources. Microsoft, Uber and Lyft have also scrapped the practice within the past year.

"It's not over yet," Firefighting in California continues for the second week
"It's not over yet," Firefighting in California continues for the second week

"We're just going door to door, house to house, looking for families loved ones that are missing," Jake Hancock, Butte County District Attorney Investigator.