News  /  U.S.  / 

Most Recent

Man injured while torching police car outside Supreme Court

Ashraf Khalil and Jessica Gresko, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 1:30pm

A young man set a police car on fire outside the Supreme Court Wednesday, suffering serious burns in the process.

Doctors not part of DHS review of migrant children's deaths

Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 1:02pm

A government auditor did not employ medical professionals when his office cleared U.S. border agents of wrongdoing in the deaths of two Guatemalan children, the auditor said Wednesday.

NYPD chief, cops hurt as protesters clash on Brooklyn Bridge

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:59pm

Several New York City police officers were attacked and injured Wednesday as pro-police and anti-police protesters clashed on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Feds bring terrorism charges in latest MS-13 gang crackdown

Jim Mustian, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:54pm

Federal authorities announced terrorism charges Wednesday against a leader of MS-13, continuing a nationwide crackdown against a notorious street gang that President Donald Trump described as “vile and evil."

Lawsuit threatened over about-face on grizzly reintroduction

Gene Johnson, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:48pm

A conservation group is threatening to sue the Trump administration over its sudden reversal of plans to restore grizzly bears in the North Cascade mountain range of Washington state.

Court: Absentee ballots that come after election won't count

David Eggert, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:37pm

The Michigan appeals court denied a request to require the counting of absentee ballots received after the time polls close on Election Day, ruling that the battleground state's deadline remains intact despite voters' approval of a constitutional amendment that expanded mail-in voting.

2021 Rose Parade canceled due to coronavirus pandemic

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:23pm

Organizers said Wednesday they have canceled the 2021 Rose Parade because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on long-range planning for the New Year’s Day tradition.

Organizers cancel 2021 New Year's Day Rose Parade due to impact of coronavirus pandemic

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:16pm

Organizers cancel 2021 New Year's Day Rose Parade due to impact of coronavirus pandemic.

87 protesters arrested at Kentucky attorney general's home

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:03pm

Eighty-seven demonstrators who gathered at the home of Kentucky's attorney general to demand justice for Breonna Taylor have been arrested, police said.

Men should limit alcohol to 1 drink a day, experts say

Candice Choi& Health Writer, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 12:03pm

If you decide to have an alcoholic drink, limiting yourself to one a day is best — whether you’re a man or woman.

Coronavirus hospital data will now be sent to Trump administration instead of CDC

Jim Acosta and Devan Cole, CNN  |  Posted Jul 15th - 11:57am

Hospital data on coronavirus patients will now be rerouted to the Trump administration instead of first being sent to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.

New York's Met Museum to open 5 days a week starting Aug. 29

Karen Matthews and Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 11:45am

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art will reopen five days a week starting Aug. 29 after being shuttered since March 13 to curb the spread of the coronavirus, museum officials announced Wednesday.

US imposes restrictions as pressure builds on Guyana leaders

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 11:20am

The United States said Wednesday that it has imposed visa restrictions on people in Guyana who were involved in “undermining democracy" in the South American nation, which held a disputed election on March 2 and has yet to declare a winner.

Trump looks to scale back environmental reviews for projects

Kevin Freking and Aamer Madhani, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 11:03am

President Donald Trump is ready to roll back a foundational Nixon-era environmental law that he says stifles major infrastructure projects, but that environmentalists say has served for decades as a safeguard for low-income and minority communities.

Hospital settles suit over infection that killed preemies

Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 10:53am

something he said he’s never before seen in a civil settlement in over two decades of medical malpractice work.

Police charge suspect in slaying of 8-year-old Atlanta girl

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 9:55am

A teen suspect has been charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the shooting that killed an 8-year-old Atlanta girl near the site of an earlier police shooting, police said Wednesday.

New pressure on Ohio governor, once hailed for virus action

Farnoush Amiri, Julie Carr Smyth and John Seewer/Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 9:54am

Early during the coronavirus outbreak, Ohio’s Republican governor appeared prophetic with his decisive steps to ban spectators from a sports expo, shut down all schools before any other state and put a stop to the presidential primary.

Oklahoma's governor says he has tested positive for COVID-19

Sean Murphy, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 9:45am

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Wednesday that he’s the first governor in the United States to test positive for the coronavirus and that he is isolating at home.

Atlanta police charge a suspect in the fatal shooting of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner with felony murder

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 15th - 9:43am

Atlanta police charge a suspect in the fatal shooting of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner with felony murder.