Supreme Court to take up dispute over subpoenas for Trump records

In surprise decision, US approves muscular dystrophy drug

Juicy mess: Grapefruit spill halts traffic on Florida highway

Man found eaten by alligator actually died of meth overdose

  Woman in Va. says her employer fired her over her son’s cancer

  1 shot dead at plant near Atlanta; suspect caught in Alabama

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  Panel vote sends Trump impeachment charges to full House

Wisconsin high school students find hidden cameras in Minneapolis hotel rooms

  Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs off

Blue-collar character actor Danny Aiello dies at age 86

  UK’s Johnson claims Brexit mandate as Tories secure majority

  Hundreds of urns stolen from Indiana cemetery

  Police: Boy, 13, confesses to role in stabbing death of college student in New York

Police say Tessa Majors was walking in Manhattan’s Morningside Park early Wednesday evening when she was accosted and stabbed.

  A father got a call saying his son, a Marine, had died. It was a scam.

A Fargo father was told his son, a Marine, was killed while on active duty. The call seemed legitimate until they asked for his Social Security number.

  Woman discovers $37 million in her bank account

A Texas woman was a millionaire for a day after a bank error in her favor.

  Los Angeles police officer charged with fondling woman’s corpse

The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office says 27-year-old David Rojas was charged Thursday with having sexual contact with human remains without authority.

  Boris Johnson’s Conservatives win majority in UK election

  Judge delays decision on removing Texas baby’s life support

  Former Kentucky governor pardons convicted child rapist

‘The Beverly Hillbillies’ mansion sells for $150 million, sets Calif. record

Russia probe report spurs calls for FBI surveillance changes

  House panel delays historic Trump impeachment vote

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern has emergency brain surgery

The NBA says former Commissioner David Stern suffered a sudden brain hemorrhage earlier and underwent emergency surgery.

  Nearly $50K donated to family of NJ detective killed

A fundraiser started Wednesday closed with nearly $50,000 for Detective Joseph Seals’ wife and five children.

Twitter brings back election labels for 2020 US candidates

Twitter is bringing back election labels for the 2020 election in an effort to provide users with original sources of information and prevent fake accounts from fooling voters.

  New Zealand recovers 6 bodies days after volcanic eruption

Continuing volcanic activity has delayed the retrieval of the eight bodies from ash-covered White Island, where an eruption occurred Monday as 47 tourists were exploring the landscape.

  Salmon farmers rescue bald eagle caught by octopus

Salmon farmers in Canada rescued a bald eagle caught in the clutches of a large octopus.

40 African American graves detected at Florida country club

The Tallahassee country club is maintaining the gravesites and they’re in an area where golfers won’t disturb them.

Pentagon watchdog investigating $400M border wall contract

The Defense Department’s internal watchdog is investigating a $400 million border wall contract awarded to a firm that used multiple appearances on Fox News to push for the job.

Amid backlash, NFL stands behind Michael Vick as honorary Pro Bowl captain

National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell has offered public support for Michael Vick as hundreds of thousands of people have signed an online petition calling for him to be removed as an honorary Pro Bowl captain.

  Baby’s ashes stolen from home

An Illinois couple say thieves broke into their house and stole what they thought was a jewelry box.

US and China near deal that would suspend planned tariffs

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's head of international affairs said the U.S. and China have reached a tentative trade agreement.

US says no new foreign military students until better checks

The Pentagon says that no new international military students will come to the United States for training until new screening procedures are in place.

  New Jersey attackers linked to anti-Semitic fringe movement

The deadly rampage at a New Jersey kosher market has cast a spotlight on a fringe movement known for its anti-Semitic strain of street preaching.

Chile: Plane that vanished en route to Antarctica found

A missing military transport plane that was en route to Antarctica has be found,

  10 ex-NFL players charged with defrauding healthcare program

Prosecutors allege the players targeted the Gene Upshaw NFL Player Health Reimbursement Account Plan, which was established as part of a collective bargaining agreement in 2006.

  An infant was ejected from a SUV rollover crash. He was found safe in his car seat.

The California Highway Patrol says the baby was found still in his car seat upside-down on the shoulder, and it’s a miracle the baby had only minor injuries.

Longtime ‘The Price is Right’ host Bob Barker celebrates 96th birthday

Television game show icon Bob Barker is celebrating his 96th birthday on Thursday.

FCC votes to set up 3-digit suicide hotline number like 911

Similar to 911 for emergencies, people will just need to dial 988 to seek help, once it’s implemented.

Cola plus coffee: It’s the latest soft drink buzz

Pepsi Café is a coffee-infused cola with twice as much caffeine as regular soda.

  Texas man credited with saving dog after leash gets stuck in elevator

A security camera captured the moment when the Texas man jumped in and grabbed the leash as the elevator was going down.

Trump criticizes teen climate activist Greta Thunberg after magazine honor

In a Thursday tweet, the president says “Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend!”

  'I can see you in bed!’ Woman says a hacker swore at her through her home security camera

The hackers were not only able to see her in her bedroom, they also talked to her over her security system on Monday evening.

  After wrong number, NM attorney’s office buys woman needed walker

After a woman called looking for a walker from what she thought was a medical supply store, eight employees with a New Mexico district attorney's office found and paid for her walker themselves.

Boy, 2, fatally struck by train after falling off NY subway platform onto tracks

The incident is under investigation. The train’s conductor and motorman were taken to the hospital to be checked for trauma.

Study: More people dying at home, not hospitals

Social: Doctors say the trend reflects the rise in home hospice care.

Trump signs order targeting college anti-Semitism

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order targeting what his administration describes as a growing problem with anti-Semitic harassment on college campuses.

Police kill barricaded gunman who shot Pennsylvania trooper

Authorities say a gunman who barricaded himself inside his house after shooting a Pennsylvania State Police trooper has been shot and killed.

  Judiciary panel takes first steps toward impeachment vote

The House Judiciary Committee took the first steps toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, beginning a marathon two-day session to consider the historic charges.

  Chicago salt truck slides on ice into Lake Michigan

Police say two Chicago Park District workers escaped safely after a salt truck slid on ice and into Lake Michigan.

  US hits Iran with new sanctions, hopes for prisoner dialogue

The Trump administration is hitting several Iranian transport firms with sanctions.

Weinstein reaches tentative $25 million deal with accusers

The New York Times reported Wednesday that more than 30 actresses and former Weinstein employees have agreed to the deal that would end nearly every lawsuit brought against him and his company.

  Fourth grader’s University of Tennessee shirt design raises nearly $1 million to combat bullying

The money raised from the sales will go to any antibullying organization.

22 MLB teams to expand protective netting at ballparks

Seven teams will expand protective netting to the foul poles and 15 other teams will expand their netting to the area in the outfield where the stands begin to angle away from the field.

  Parents of toddler who fell to her death sue cruise company

The Indiana parents of a toddler who plunged through an open window on a cruise ship in Puerto Rico have filed a lawsuit against Royal Caribbean Cruises.

  Tips to ward off porch thieves

Experts share tips to keep your holiday packages from being stolen off your porch this holiday season.

US considers leaving smaller number of troops in Afghanistan

The top U.S. military officer has told Congress that the Pentagon is considering several options to reduce the number of troops in Afghanistan.

  Jersey City’s mayor says gunmen targeted kosher market

The mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey, says the man and woman who stormed a Jewish market in a deadly shooting clearly targeted the place.

Fed leaves low rates alone and foresees no moves in 2020

The Federal Reserve left its benchmark interest rate alone Wednesday and signaled that it expects to keep low rates unchanged through next year.

  FAA analysis predicted many more Max crashes without a fix

An FAA analysis after the first crash of a Boeing 737 Max predicted there would be more disasters without a fix of critical automated flight-control system.

  Watchdog caught in political crossfire on his Russia report

Republican and Democratic senators looked to use his report on the origins of Russia investigation to back their views that the investigation was either an important and legitimate one or a badly bungled farce.

Krispy Kreme offering a dozen doughnuts for $1 on 12/12

Krispy Kreme is providing customers a big discount ahead of what it calls the “Day of the Dozens.”

  Family says hackers accessed a Ring camera in their 8-year-old daughter’s room

The Ring camera was only up for four days in the girls’ room before the family says someone found a way to manipulate it, turning the security device into a room of horror.

  New Zealand volcano vents steam, death toll now at 16

Six people have been confirmed dead. Increased volcanic activity is delaying the retrieval of eight other bodies believed to remain on the island.

  A woman says a vet put her dog to sleep by mistake

A woman said a veterinarian mixup cost her dog her life.

  FedEx driver’s temper tantrum caught on doorbell camera

The whole episode was captured on a doorbell camera at the home where the pickup was made.

No injuries after brief lockdown at Texas naval air station

The Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi was locked down Wednesday morning and people were told to shelter in place.

  Harvey Weinstein’s bail hiked to $5 million over ankle monitor issues

Judge James Burke on Wednesday rejected prosecution calls to put the disgraced movie mogul in jail over the alleged violation.

  Greta Thunberg is Time’s ‘Person of the Year’

Young environmental activist Greta Thunberg has been named Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year.”

  Elk and German shepherd caught on camera frolicking in Colorado

It looked like the perfect finale to a movie about an unlikely friendship!

Major trucking co. Celadon files for bankruptcy; about 3,000 losing jobs

The international company's financial trouble came to light two years ago, when executives were accused of cooking the books and misleading shareholders.

  ‘Set your price for a slave’: Mo. teacher on leave over historical trade assignment

The NAACP has called for a formal apology from the teacher and superintendent. They also offered to help train school staff.

DeVos: Defrauded students may only get partial loan relief

The U.S. Education Department has released a new policy that will provide full loan forgiveness to students who are cheated by their colleges only if they earn far less than their peers.

Man, 18, arrested after video shows him riding on back of deer in Oregon

One suspect faces charges of wildlife harassment and animal abuse. Charges of aiding in a wildlife offense against the second suspect will be referred to the county district attorney.

Saudi Aramco starts trading, gaining 10% and reaching $1.8T

The oil giant started trading for the first time after a mammoth $25.6 billion initial public offering that set the record as the biggest in history.

  Doctors with flu shots for migrant children turned away from Calif. facility; 6 arrested

Protesters say they were spreading the message that basic healthcare and hygiene is a human right.

  Officer, 5 others killed in shootout, standoff in Jersey City

Officials said six people were killed including a police officer as a result of what’s been described as a wild shootout and standoff Tuesday in Jersey City.

  Alaska Air offers annual ugly holiday sweater special

Alaska Airlines will offer priority boarding to anyone wearing a holiday sweater on Dec. 20.

  New Zealand volcano vents steam, stymies recovery of bodies

Authorities believe eight bodies remain on White Island. About 30 people have been hospitalized, many of them suffering severe burns.

Trump to sign order targeting anti-Semitism at colleges

President Donald Trump is set to sign an executive order Wednesday targeting anti-Semitism on college campuses.