Student opens fire in California high school, killing 2

Student opens fire in California high school, killing 2

Authorities say at least six people were injured in connection with a shooting at a high school in Los Angeles County.

California faces fraught path out of wildfire, power crisis

California faces fraught path out of wildfire, power crisis

California is plagued with wildfires and intentional blackouts meant to prevent them.

Canadian accused in 1987 abduction gets prison time in US

Canadian accused in 1987 abduction gets prison time in US

A Canadian man accused of abducting his toddler son in Toronto in 1987 and living on the lam for the next three decades is facing sentencing in the U.S. for illegally obtaining government benefits.

California school shooting suspect described as quiet, smart

California school shooting suspect described as quiet, smart

People who knew the 16-year-old boy suspected of killing two students in a burst of gunfire at a high school outside Los Angeles described him as a quiet, smart kid who they’d never expect would violently snap.

Doctor accused of unnecessary surgeries held without bail

Doctor accused of unnecessary surgeries held without bail

A Virginia doctor is headed to court to face allegations that he performed unnecessary surgical procedures on his patients.

After 20 years, Washington tribe hopes to hunt whales again

After 20 years, Washington tribe hopes to hunt whales again

A weeklong hearing in Seattle will help determine whether a small American Indian tribe in Washington state can once again hunt whales.

Authorities find malnourished girl after online teacher tip

Authorities find malnourished girl after online teacher tip

A teacher administering an online test who heard an 11-year-old student say she was hungry and only allowed to eat a small plate of rice each day alerted investigators in Ohio that something was amiss.

Texas baby born without much of his skin finally goes home

Texas baby born without much of his skin finally goes home

A baby boy born in Texas without much of his skin is finally at home after months of treatment and transplants of skin grown in a lab from his cells.

Overdoses possible in some student deaths on USC campus

Overdoses possible in some student deaths on USC campus

Police investigators are looking into drug overdoses as a potential cause of death among some of the nine students who have died this semester at the University Southern California.

US panel backs wider use of fish oil to prevent heart attack

US panel backs wider use of fish oil to prevent heart attack

US health experts recommend wider use prescription-strength fish oil to help prevent heart problems.

US superbug infections rising, but deaths are falling

US superbug infections rising, but deaths are falling

There’s some surprising news in a federal report released Wednesday: U.S. deaths from drug-resistant “superbug” infections appear to be going down.

5 suspects arrested in Halloween Airbnb party shooting

5 suspects arrested in Halloween Airbnb party shooting

Five suspects arrested in the deaths of five people in a shooting at a Halloween party at an Airbnb rental home in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Walmart where man killed 22 reopens amid increased security

Walmart where man killed 22 reopens amid increased security

Walmart has quietly hired off-duty officers at its stores in El Paso, Texas, where a gunman killed 22 people in August. The store reopens Thursday amid ongoing lawsuits over safety. It didn’t have a guard in the day of the mass shooting.

Doctors: Warmer world is unhealthier place for children

Doctors: Warmer world is unhealthier place for children

Doctors are warning that children are being born into a warming world that may bring them more health problems.

Epstein estate seeks to form fund to compensate accusers

Epstein estate seeks to form fund to compensate accusers

Lawyers for the estate of Jeffrey Epstein want to set up a fund, managed by mediator Kenneth Feinberg, to compensate women who have accused him of sexual abuse.

Missouri woman charged after husband’s body found in freezer

Missouri woman charged after husband’s body found in freezer

Authorities are searching for a woman after finding her husband’s corpse in a freezer inside her southwest Missouri home, where it may have been stored for nearly a year.

Report: Lack of leadership led to Kansas player’s death

Report: Lack of leadership led to Kansas player’s death

An independent investigation into the heatstroke death of a 19-year-old football player who collapsed after the first day of conditioning practice at a Kansas community college has found “a striking lack of leadership.”.

Defense expert: Iowa murder suspect’s confession unreliable

Defense expert: Iowa murder suspect’s confession unreliable

A defense expert says the confession by the suspect in the death of University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts is not reliable because he was sleep deprived after hours of questioning and susceptible to coercion.

Plan would protect 21 coral hot spots in Gulf of Mexico

Plan would protect 21 coral hot spots in Gulf of Mexico

Federal regulators are close to approving a protection plan for corals in the Gulf of Mexico that would create new protected zones designed to allow the corals to grow.

Pastor: Jimmy Carter ‘up and walking’ post brain surgery

Pastor: Jimmy Carter ‘up and walking’ post brain surgery

Jimmy Carter’s pastor says the former president was already “up and walking” just a day after undergoing surgery to relieve pressure on his brain from bleeding linked to recent falls.

Cholesterol levels dropping in US, but many still need care

Cholesterol levels dropping in US, but many still need care

New research shows cholesterol levels are dropping in U.S., but more people need care.

Portland, Oregon, paramedics learn self-defense amid attacks

Portland, Oregon, paramedics learn self-defense amid attacks

Paramedics in Portland, Oregon are undergoing mandatory training in defensive tactics after a rash of high-profile attacks against them as they respond to 911 calls for people in a mental health or drug-induced crisis.

Georgia executes man for store clerk's killing in 1994

Georgia executes man for store clerk's killing in 1994

Georgia prison officials are preparing to execute a man convicted in the killing of a convenience store clerk.

Report: Election vendors are 'prime targets,' need oversight

Report: Election vendors are 'prime targets,' need oversight

A new report says the nation's elections are vulnerable to attack due to a lack of robust federal oversight of the private companies involved in manufacturing voting systems and maintaining voter registration databases.

Officer: I quit Proud Boys over fears of ‘far-left’ attacks

Officer: I quit Proud Boys over fears of ‘far-left’ attacks

A Connecticut police officer accused a civil rights organization’s leader of trying to “silence conservative voices” by raising concerns about his membership in a far-right group known for violent clashes at political rallies.

YouTuber accused of abusing kids for poor performance dies

YouTuber accused of abusing kids for poor performance dies

An Arizona woman accused of abusing her adopted children who starred on her popular YouTube channel has died.

Asylum-seekers get attorney access before return to Mexico

Asylum-seekers get attorney access before return to Mexico

A federal judge says a Guatemalan family seeking asylum in the United States must be granted attorney access before being returned to Mexico to wait for their next hearing in immigration court.

Ex-insurance exec gets 6 months in college admissions scam

Ex-insurance exec gets 6 months in college admissions scam

A former California insurance executive has been sentenced to six months in prison for paying $450,000 to get his son and daughter admitted to the University of Southern California as fake athletic recruits.

California regulators order inquiry into power outages

California regulators order inquiry into power outages

California regulators have opened a formal investigation into pre-emptive power outages that blacked out large parts of the state in October, drawing strong rebukes from public officials and residents.

Greta Thunberg hitches low-carbon ride across Atlantic

Greta Thunberg hitches low-carbon ride across Atlantic

Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has left North America to begin her return trip across the Atlantic aboard a 48-foot (15-meter) catamaran sailboat whose passengers include an 11-month-old baby.

UF students threaten impeachment for Trump Jr.’s visit

UF students threaten impeachment for Trump Jr.’s visit

The student body president of the University of Florida is facing an impeachment threat for spending $50,000 of student fees to bring Trump’s son and his girlfriend to campus.

Vote totals set to be double-checked in Kentucky gov’s race

Vote totals set to be double-checked in Kentucky gov’s race

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin of Kentucky could face a legacy-defining decision once a recanvass of last week’s election is completed Thursday.

California sued again for requiring women on company boards

California sued again for requiring women on company boards

California's first-in-the-nation law requiring publicly held companies to put women on their boards of directors faces a second legal challenge.

Millions at stake in dinosaur fight: Are fossils minerals?

Millions at stake in dinosaur fight: Are fossils minerals?

The discovery of two fossilized dinosaur skeletons intertwined in what looks like a final death match could make a central Montana ranching couple rich beyond their wildest dreams. Or they may have to share the wealth.

NYPD kept database of juveniles’ fingerprints, violating law

NYPD kept database of juveniles’ fingerprints, violating law

New York City police secretly kept fingerprints of children arrested as juveniles on file permanently in a department database until recently.

Arctic blast spreads shivers from Maine to Deep South

Arctic blast spreads shivers from Maine to Deep South

An arctic blast that caused record-setting cold in the Midwest is now spreading shivers across the eastern U.S.

Utility to pay $360M for major Southern California wildfires

Utility to pay $360M for major Southern California wildfires

A Southern California utility has agreed to pay $360 million to settle lawsuits brought by local governments over deadly wildfires sparked by its equipment in the last two years, including one blamed for a mudslide that killed more than 20 people.

Justice Dept. rolls out new program to combat gun violence

Justice Dept. rolls out new program to combat gun violence

Attorney General William Barr is announcing a new law enforcement initiative to reduce gun violence across the U.S.

Man charged in Vegas massacre ammunition case changing plea

Man charged in Vegas massacre ammunition case changing plea

A man plans to change his not guilty plea in a federal case alleging he illegally manufactured bullets sold to the gunman who carried out the Las Vegas Strip massacre.

US officials identify 'strong culprit' in vaping illnesses

US officials identify 'strong culprit' in vaping illnesses

U.S. health officials are reporting a breakthrough in their investigation into the cause of an outbreak of vaping illnesses.

Senate Democrats assail Trump's $16B bailout for farmers

Senate Democrats assail Trump's $16B bailout for farmers

A top Democrat says President Donald Trump's $16 billion bailout for farmers hurt by the trade war with China unfairly picks winners and losers, pitting the South against the North and small farms against wealthy producers.

Juul halts US sales of popular mint-flavored e-cigarettes

Juul halts US sales of popular mint-flavored e-cigarettes

E-cigarette maker Juul Labs says it will stop selling its mint-flavored vaping pods.

Woman who spoke at Epstein's bail hearing sues his estate

Woman who spoke at Epstein's bail hearing sues his estate

A woman who spoke out against Jeffrey Epstein at a July bail hearing was among three more women who are suing his estate.

Court rules against warrantless searches of phones, laptops

Court rules against warrantless searches of phones, laptops

A federal court in Boston has ruled that warrantless U.S. government searches of the phones and laptops of international travelers at airports and other U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment.

Former President Carter out of surgery, no complications

Former President Carter out of surgery, no complications

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been admitted to Emory University Hospital for a surgery to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls.

Wisconsin Assembly votes to recognize tree, Bible week

Wisconsin Assembly votes to recognize tree, Bible week

The Wisconsin Assembly has overwhelmingly approved a resolution recognizing National Bible Week.

Border wall opponents in court trying to stop construction

Border wall opponents in court trying to stop construction

A federal appeals court has heard arguments to halt the military-funded construction of President Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico.

Doctors try CRISPR gene editing for cancer, a 1st in the US

Doctors try CRISPR gene editing for cancer, a 1st in the US

1st attempt in US to use a gene editing tool called CRISPR against cancer seems safe in 3 patients who have had it so far.

USC campus left shaken by 9 student deaths since August

USC campus left shaken by 9 student deaths since August

The death of nine students since classes began a little more than two months ago has left students and administrators at the University Southern California shaken and seeking answers.

Prosecutor: Messages show teen plotted SC school shooting

Prosecutor: Messages show teen plotted SC school shooting

Prosecutors plan to tell a judge why they think a teen who fired on a South Carolina school playground and killed a first-grader should spend his life in prison.

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Authorities: Wounded infant's dad used him as 'human shield'

One person dead following I-80 pileup

Drug investigation prompts precaution at Warren school

Mahoning County OVI Task Force announces multiple sobriety checkpoints this weekend

Cruze banner comes down at Lordstown plant

Facebook says it removed 3.2B fake accounts in 6 months

Facebook says it removed 3.2B fake accounts in 6 months

Pastor: Jimmy Carter ‘up and walking’ post brain surgery

Rescue: ‘Unicorn’ puppy doesn’t notice ‘tail’ growth on head

US budget deficit surges to $134.5 billion in October

Youngstown council agrees to reduce number of battalion chiefs

Shorter giving season means donations needed for Salvation Army

Dana Balash previews this week's high school football playoff games

Dana Balash previews this week's high school football playoff games

Raising Cane's Players of the Week | Katelyn Lesko & Jake Sylak

Feed Our Valley in its 12th year

Lordstown Motors Corp. CEO holds news conference with Valley officials

Shorter giving season means donations needed for Salvation Army

Youngstown council agrees to reduce number of battalion chiefs

2-year-old boy’s death now being investigated as homicide

2-year-old boy’s death now being investigated as homicide

Men with hammers rob jewelry store during business hours

Authorities: Malnourished girl found after a teacher’s tip

Authorities: 2 found shot to death in car in Pittsburgh

NFL helmet safety challenge kicks-off with symposium in Ohio

Man who illegally bought tiger rug gets 1 day in jail