Guatemalans travel to Oklahoma to honor 1st US martyr 2017-09-23T05:27:08Z 2017-09-23T05:17:53Z 2017-09-23T05:27:08Z Oklahoma-born priest killed during Guatemala's civil war is set to be beatified, on the path to possible sainthood.
Dam failing as scope of Puerto Rico's disaster becomes clear 2017-09-23T05:27:03Z 2017-09-22T08:06:42Z 2017-09-23T05:27:03Z They eye of Hurricane Maria is nearing the Turks and Caicos early Friday as Puerto Rico tries to recover from the storm's devastation. Ann Coulter says she won't attend Berkeley free speech event 2017-09-23T05:26:52Z 2017-09-22T19:56:08Z 2017-09-23T05:26:50Z Conservative commentator Ann Coulter says she's not coming to "Free Speech Week" at the University of California, Berkeley, amid growing signs the event could fizzle. Federal government notifies 21 states of election hacking 2017-09-23T05:26:48Z 2017-09-22T21:16:25Z 2017-09-23T05:26:45Z The federal government is telling election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems last year, although in most cases the systems were not breached. Hurricane pushes long-suffering Puerto Rico to the edge 2017-09-23T05:26:46Z 2017-09-22T19:05:49Z 2017-09-23T05:26:42Z Puerto Rico was already on the edge before Hurricane Maria, reeling from a decade-long, downward economic spiral that was far deeper than the Great Recession on the mainland. Elderly deaths: Call for generators in Florida nursing homes 2017-09-23T05:26:28Z 2017-09-22T21:52:28Z 2017-09-23T05:26:28Z After nursing home deaths in Irma's wake, Florida regulators say they will enforce new rules requiring nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have generators. Texas asks court to allow its ban on 'sanctuary cities' 2017-09-23T05:26:26Z 2017-09-22T09:39:08Z 2017-09-23T05:26:25Z Attorneys for Texas are asking a federal appeals court in New Orleans to let the state's law banning "sanctuary cities" take effect.
'Little Rock Nine' members mark school's 1957 desegregation 2017-09-23T05:26:24Z 2017-09-22T22:16:12Z 2017-09-23T05:26:23Z 'Little Rock Nine' member: Images of white supremacist rally in Virginia last month echo mobs she and other black students faced 60 years ago.
'Face of evil': Man gets life for killing 8 at hair salon 2017-09-23T05:26:20Z 2017-09-22T19:35:50Z 2017-09-23T05:26:21Z A California man was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for killing his ex-wife and seven others in a 2011 shooting rampage at the hair salon where she worked.
Closure at busy US-Mexico border crossing promises headaches 2017-09-23T05:17:14Z 2017-09-22T07:35:39Z 2017-09-23T05:17:13Z The busiest border crossing in the United States will close this weekend to the more than 40,000 cars that pass through it daily to Mexico.
Can brain disease explain Aaron Hernandez's behavior? 2017-09-23T04:57:54Z 2017-09-22T20:15:48Z 2017-09-23T04:57:53Z Aaron Hernandez brain disease diagnosis raises questions about his life troubles & suicide.
Public shaming likely but GOP wary of new laws after Equifax 2017-09-23T04:57:01Z 2017-09-22T07:48:01Z 2017-09-23T04:56:57Z Prospects are good for a public shaming in the Equifax data breach, but it's unlikely Congress will institute sweeping new regulations after hackers accessed the personal information of an estimated 143 million Americans. Obama-era guidance on campus sexual assault gets scrapped 2017-09-23T04:50:03Z 2017-09-22T15:16:20Z 2017-09-23T04:49:59Z The Trump administration is scrapping Obama-era guidance on investigating campus sexual assault, replacing it with new interim instructions for universities. San Francisco unveils memorial to WWII "comfort women" 2017-09-23T03:56:19Z 2017-09-22T22:55:55Z 2017-09-23T03:56:03Z One of the few "comfort women" still alive attended the dedication in San Francisco Friday to her and thousands of other Asian women forced into brothels for Japanese soldiers in the 1930s and 1940s.
ACLU sues St. Louis over treatment of protesters 2017-09-23T03:08:33Z 2017-09-22T19:26:01Z 2017-09-23T03:08:33Z The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri is suing the city of St. Louis over what it calls "unlawful and unconstitutional action" during demonstrations that followed the acquittal of a former police officer in the killing of a black man.
Guatemalans travel to Oklahoma to honor 1st US martyr 2017-09-23T00:10:01Z 2017-09-22T23:25:59Z 2017-09-23T00:09:27Z Oklahoma-born priest killed during Guatemala's civil war is set to be beatified, on the path to possible sainthood.
Deaf man's family calls for Oklahoma City officer's arrest 2017-09-22T23:48:42Z 2017-09-22T20:25:58Z 2017-09-22T23:48:42Z The Oklahoma Association for the Deaf says police have reached out since an officer fatally shot a deaf man in Oklahoma City, but that more needs to be done.
Sanders slams GOP, touts universal health care in California 2017-09-22T22:50:50Z 2017-09-22T22:08:14Z 2017-09-22T22:50:47Z Sen. Bernie Sanders is bashing the latest Republican effort to overhaul the health care system and touting his own government-run health care plan before an adoring California audience. Colorado principal, assistant out after forced-splits video 2017-09-22T22:33:43Z 2017-09-22T22:25:55Z 2017-09-22T22:33:43Z A Colorado principal has retired and an athletic director has resigned after videos surfaced showing a high school cheerleading coach pushing cheerleaders down in splits.
Forest Service, Idaho work to boost logging on federal land 2017-09-22T22:27:12Z 2017-09-22T15:56:13Z 2017-09-22T22:26:44Z The U.S. Forest Service and Idaho have forged agreements for logging and restoration projects on federal land in what officials say could become a template for other Western states to create jobs and reduce the severity of wildfires.
AP FACT CHECK: Kimmel's take on health care harder to refute 2017-09-22T22:20:57Z 2017-09-22T07:25:39Z 2017-09-22T22:20:53Z AP FACT CHECK: Considering all the arguments, TV host Jimmy Kimmel's take on the Republican health care bill is harder to refute.
NASA's asteroid chaser swings by Earth on way to space rock 2017-09-22T22:20:47Z 2017-09-22T14:45:44Z 2017-09-22T22:20:44Z NASA's asteroid-chasing spacecraft, Osiris-Rex, swings by Earth on Friday on its way to a space rock.
Babies try harder when they see you sweat, research shows 2017-09-22T22:20:37Z 2017-09-21T18:18:02Z 2017-09-22T22:20:34Z Study says babies can become more persistent in pursuing a goal if they see an adult doing it.
New fight in California water wars: How to update old system 2017-09-22T22:20:36Z 2017-09-20T07:45:22Z 2017-09-22T22:20:32Z Two massive tunnels that would have transformed California's water system are looking like they might become just a pipe dream. Mercedes-Benz agreeing to replace seat heaters after lawsuit 2017-09-22T22:03:01Z 2017-09-22T21:17:11Z 2017-09-22T22:03:01Z A federal judge has granted preliminary approval of a lawsuit settlement involving seat heaters in more than 270,000 Mercedes-Benz SUVs.
Woman arrested after brandishing gun at Kardashian boutique 2017-09-22T21:54:27Z 2017-09-22T16:55:58Z 2017-09-22T21:54:27Z Authorities say they have arrested a woman who pointed a gun at employees inside the Kardashian-owned DASH boutique in West Hollywood and later threatened reporters with a machete.
Republicans see political necessity in health care effort 2017-09-22T21:49:57Z 2017-09-21T08:05:44Z 2017-09-22T21:48:51Z Republicans are feeling the heat to succeed in 'Obamacare' replacement effort. New Mexico college bake sale charged prices based on race 2017-09-22T21:00:11Z 2017-09-22T20:55:49Z 2017-09-22T21:00:11Z A bake sale at the University of New Mexico set up by a nonprofit group to charge students based on race and ethnicity ended after opponents disrupted it.
Raccoon jumps on moving Colorado police van, takes a ride 2017-09-22T20:58:24Z 2017-09-22T19:36:08Z 2017-09-22T20:58:17Z A Colorado Springs police officer heading to an accident scene in a van got a big surprise when a raccoon jumped onto the front windshield of the vehicle and stayed there until the officer pulled over.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week 2017-09-22T20:28:02Z 2017-09-22T17:25:50Z 2017-09-22T20:27:36Z NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week.
Michigan official faces key hearing in Flint water case 2017-09-22T20:16:56Z 2017-09-21T20:35:14Z 2017-09-22T20:16:56Z A former Michigan health official says he started asking questions about bacteria in Flint's water supply a year before the state publicly acknowledged an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease. Abu Ghraib ex-inmates' lawsuit moves ahead in federal court 2017-09-22T20:11:04Z 2017-09-22T19:55:47Z 2017-09-22T20:11:04Z A federal judge is allowing ex-inmates of the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq to move ahead with their lawsuit against civilian contractors who worked as interrogators there. California TV viewers alarmed by apocalyptic emergency alert 2017-09-22T20:10:50Z 2017-09-22T11:55:34Z 2017-09-22T20:09:26Z Some television viewers in southern California were startled Thursday when an apocalyptic emergency alert flashed on their screens.
Decision on moving N Carolina Confederate monuments delayed 2017-09-22T20:02:29Z 2017-09-22T09:15:33Z 2017-09-22T20:02:29Z The future location of three Confederate memorials on North Carolina's old Capitol grounds could depend on a state panel asked by the governor to move the monuments to a Civil War battle site. Lawsuit challenges law that only doctors perform abortions 2017-09-22T18:18:26Z 2017-09-20T16:48:10Z 2017-09-22T18:18:24Z The American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood has filed a federal lawsuit that challenges a Maine restriction common across most of the U.S. that abortions be performed solely by physicians.
Kin of fallen Japan soldiers pay respects at Pearl Harbor 2017-09-22T18:00:48Z 2017-09-22T03:35:24Z 2017-09-22T17:59:55Z Dozens of descendants of Japanese soldiers killed in World War II have arrived in Hawaii to pay respects to American war dead.
Police chief: 'A lot of concerns' after shooting of deaf man 2017-09-22T17:20:02Z 2017-09-22T01:25:18Z 2017-09-22T17:20:02Z Oklahoma City police chief says he plans to meet with advocates for the hearing- and speech-impaired following a deaf man's fatal shooting.
The Latest: Trump speaks with Puerto Rico governor 2017-09-22T16:04:17Z 2017-09-21T09:15:51Z 2017-09-22T16:04:17Z Hurricane Maria is lashing the northeastern Dominican Republic early Thursday and is expected to pass near the Turks and Caicos later in the day. GOP health bill offers provisions aimed at helping 2 states 2017-09-22T16:04:16Z 2017-09-21T19:35:15Z 2017-09-22T16:04:16Z An inscrutable provision in the Republican health care bill would apparently steer extra cash to Wisconsin, home state of the measure's co-sponsor.
US Senate contender has history of provocative comments 2017-09-22T09:17:32Z 2017-09-22T08:45:31Z 2017-09-22T09:17:29Z The firebrand jurist who is close to snagging the state's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Alabama has a history of provocative comments. Excitement bubbles up at BYU as caffeinated soda now on sale 2017-09-22T08:16:38Z 2017-09-21T18:45:06Z 2017-09-22T08:16:22Z Brigham Young University has ended a six-decade ban on the sale of caffeinated soft drinks on campus, surprising students by posting a picture of a can of Coca-Cola on Twitter and just two words: "It's happening.".
Powerless: Puerto Rico faces weeks without electricity 2017-09-22T08:08:44Z 2017-09-21T07:46:03Z 2017-09-22T08:07:25Z Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans stunned by a hurricane that crushed concrete balconies and paralyzed the island with landslides, flooding and downed trees vowed to rebuild amid an economic crisis as rescue crews fanned out across the U.S. territory.
Girl hit by foul ball at Yankees game gets game's attention 2017-09-22T07:30:32Z 2017-09-21T23:00:15Z 2017-09-22T07:30:32Z Foul ball that struck girl at Yankees game gets game's attention. Sleep apnea went undiagnosed in engineers in 2 train crashes 2017-09-22T06:47:19Z 2017-09-21T14:20:01Z 2017-09-22T06:47:17Z Federal investigators have found that the engineers of two New York City-area commuter trains that crashed into stations were both suffering from severe sleep apnea.
Maria destroys homes, triggers flooding in Puerto Rico 2017-09-22T05:08:00Z 2017-09-20T07:55:15Z 2017-09-22T05:08:00Z Puerto Rico faces what officials say could be the strongest hurricane to ever hit the U.S. territory as they warned it would decimate the power company's crumbling infrastructure and force the government to rebuild dozens of communities. Civil rights commission: Discrimination risk in city fines 2017-09-22T04:57:35Z 2017-09-21T23:02:13Z 2017-09-22T04:57:34Z U.S. Commission on Civil Rights says the use of court fines and fees as revenue sources by municipalities can lead to discrimination and is something the Department of Justice should continue to investigate. Was it a crime? 10 patients at nursing home died after Irma 2017-09-22T04:09:01Z 2017-09-21T08:09:55Z 2017-09-22T04:09:01Z Two former prosecutors say nine deaths at a Florida nursing home that lost its air conditioning during Hurricane Irma may not result in criminal charges.
Study: Most states would take a hit from GOP health bill 2017-09-22T02:57:31Z 2017-09-20T15:56:25Z 2017-09-22T02:57:27Z Study: Most states would take a stiff budgetary hit if the latest Senate GOP health care bill becomes law.
Man accused of disrupting flight found competent for trial 2017-09-22T02:29:27Z 2017-09-22T01:55:22Z 2017-09-22T02:28:17Z A federal judge in Honolulu is scheduled to hear arguments on whether to close a hearing for a man accused of inflight behavior that prompted fighter jets to escort the airplane. Attorney: Final San Francisco plane crash lawsuit settled 2017-09-22T02:29:12Z 2017-09-22T00:38:26Z 2017-09-22T02:28:15Z An attorney overseeing lawsuits stemming from a fatal plane crash in San Francisco four years ago says the last remaining suit in the U.S. has been settled. Former Obama officials launch legal group to challenge DeVos 2017-09-22T02:27:22Z 2017-09-21T19:25:07Z 2017-09-22T02:27:21Z Former Obama appointees launch legal group to challenge DeVos on student loans, discrimination.
New potential burden for Houston homeowners: higher taxes 2017-09-22T02:27:14Z 2017-09-21T19:50:08Z 2017-09-22T02:27:14Z Houston homeowners face new potential financial burden: higher property taxes. Baby whose mother chose giving birth over chemo has died 2017-09-21T23:39:24Z 2017-09-21T15:35:01Z 2017-09-21T23:38:58Z A Michigan woman who gave up the opportunity to prolong her life in order to give birth to her sixth child has died. Investigators: Pilots erred in Pence plane's skid at airport 2017-09-21T23:39:19Z 2017-09-21T19:58:41Z 2017-09-21T23:38:51Z Investigators have cited failures by the pilots of a plane that overran a LaGuardia Airport runway while carrying then-vice presidential candidate Mike Pence.
Montana set to take over deadly asbestos cleanup site 2017-09-21T23:13:39Z 2017-09-21T17:25:47Z 2017-09-21T23:13:39Z State and local officials have begun preparations to take over management of the cleanup of a northwest Montana community where health officials say hundreds of people have been killed by asbestos exposure.
The big question: Will cancer immune therapy work for me? 2017-09-21T20:18:16Z 2017-09-20T05:23:06Z 2017-09-21T20:17:14Z Gene tests may help gauge who will benefit from cancer immune system treatments.
Jimmy Kimmel: Senator 'lied right to my face' on health care 2017-09-21T20:13:18Z 2017-09-20T13:25:06Z 2017-09-21T20:13:18Z Jimmy Kimmel says U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy "lied right to my face" by going back on his word to ensure any health care overhaul passes a test named for him.
Winners and losers in GOP's last-ditch health overhaul 2017-09-21T19:58:44Z 2017-09-19T21:05:19Z 2017-09-21T19:58:07Z New GOP health care bill would redistributes hundreds of billions in federal financing; creates winners and losers. California sues Trump administration to prevent border wall 2017-09-21T19:40:42Z 2017-09-20T18:15:50Z 2017-09-21T19:39:57Z California's attorney general has sued the Trump administration over its plan to construct a wall along the country's border with Mexico.
Trump to look at even stricter cap on refugees 2017-09-21T19:40:33Z 2017-09-21T07:25:45Z 2017-09-21T19:39:30Z Trump faces decision soon on refugee admissions, may go for even stricter limits. Captain: Oklahoma City man killed by police was deaf 2017-09-21T19:40:26Z 2017-09-20T16:25:47Z 2017-09-21T19:39:19Z Authorities say Oklahoma City officers who opened fire on a man who was approaching them holding a metal pipe apparently didn't hear witnesses yelling that the man was deaf.
Defense: Man accused of terror plot an 'idiot,' not fighter 2017-09-21T16:27:37Z 2017-09-20T17:50:11Z 2017-09-21T16:27:37Z A prosecutor and defense attorney have painted starkly different pictures of a Massachusetts man accused of participating in a plot to behead a conservative blogger who angered Muslims when she organized a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas.
Man's path from Eagle Scout to alleged killer baffles family 2017-09-21T08:56:30Z 2017-09-20T08:15:22Z 2017-09-21T08:56:29Z A 23-year-old white man was arrested and accused of killing two black men and shooting up a black family's home in a string of attacks last week that police say may have been racially motivated.
Protesters march in St. Louis suburb over police shooting 2017-09-21T08:49:43Z 2017-09-20T21:05:53Z 2017-09-21T08:48:58Z Protesters to take to St. Louis-area streets again to demonstrate against judge's acquittal in fatal 2011 police shooting.
Big US detention center sued for paying detainees $1 a day 2017-09-21T08:11:05Z 2017-09-20T21:45:32Z 2017-09-21T08:11:05Z Washington state has sued the operator of one of the largest U.S. immigration detention centers over claims it did not pay detainees the state's minimum wage for work performed over a decade. Cross-border slaying: Can dead teen's family sue US agent? 2017-09-21T07:32:13Z 2017-09-20T08:35:25Z 2017-09-21T07:32:13Z A federal appeals court hears arguments on whether a federal border patrol agent can be sued in United States courts for shooting across the border and killing a Mexican teenager in 2010. NY agency called Justice Center may lack power to prosecute 2017-09-21T07:31:58Z 2017-09-20T20:15:31Z 2017-09-21T07:31:58Z A New York state agency called the Justice Center may lack the authority to prosecute anyone.
APNewsBreak: 'Why me?' Survivor recounts flash flood horror 2017-09-21T06:49:34Z 2017-09-20T22:39:35Z 2017-09-21T06:49:34Z The man who survived an Arizona flash flood that killed 10 of his family members says he believes it was luck that allowed him to save his 1-year-old daughter from the onslaught.
South Carolina: Call for a monument to black Civil War hero 2017-09-21T04:02:21Z 2017-09-20T23:00:00Z 2017-09-21T04:02:21Z Two South Carolina senators are proposing to honor a black Civil War hero on Statehouse grounds, saying they hope the conversation sets a national example on how to build consensus rather than tear things down.
In citizenship message, Trump welcomes immigrants to America 2017-09-21T02:50:29Z 2017-09-20T07:35:11Z 2017-09-21T02:50:28Z President Donald Trump has issued a welcome message for new American citizens urging them to help others assimilate and remain loyal to their new country. Nevada quake lab tests new bridge design after Mexico quake 2017-09-21T02:20:55Z 2017-09-20T17:19:38Z 2017-09-21T02:20:55Z A day after a deadly earthquake struck Mexico City, scientists at the University of Nevada plan to test a series of new bridge designs intended to better withstand such violent temblors. Government: Prison fits Weiner's sex crime on teen victim 2017-09-21T01:11:41Z 2017-09-20T16:29:29Z 2017-09-21T01:11:41Z The government says former New York congressman Anthony Weiner should go to prison for about two years after engaging in sexting with a 15-year-old girl. Power is back on in Florida, but utilities still under fire 2017-09-21T00:01:27Z 2017-09-19T15:26:41Z 2017-09-21T00:01:27Z More than 300,000 customers in Florida remain without power more than nine days after Hurricane Irma, but electric industry experts say it could have been worse without recent power grid upgrades. Study: FEMA's Houston flood maps outdated long before Harvey 2017-09-21T00:00:45Z 2017-09-20T20:15:36Z 2017-09-21T00:00:45Z A study of part of southeast Houston suggests that the Federal Emergency Management Agency's flood plain maps were woefully out-of-date long before Hurricane Harvey ravaged the Texas Gulf Coast.
New St. Louis mayor navigates racial strife after acquittal 2017-09-20T22:47:05Z 2017-09-20T20:42:26Z 2017-09-20T22:47:05Z New white mayor of St. Louis navigates racial strife after former police officer's acquittal.
The Latest: White man facing murder charges on suicide watch 2017-09-20T22:03:51Z 2017-09-20T16:32:21Z 2017-09-20T22:02:23Z An aunt of the 23-year-old white man accused of killing two black men in Baton Rouge says his arrest has left her shocked and baffled. The Latest: Neighbor says man shot by cop didn't speak 2017-09-20T21:41:07Z 2017-09-20T15:19:08Z 2017-09-20T21:41:07Z A neighbor of a man shot and killed by an Oklahoma City police officer say he was either deaf or hard of hearing and he often carried a stick to protect himself from stray dogs. Key suspect in pricey Kentucky bourbon heist pleads guilty 2017-09-20T21:02:44Z 2017-09-20T16:39:36Z 2017-09-20T21:01:30Z A rogue distillery worker at the center of a bourbon-heist scheme that spirited away tens of thousands of dollars' worth of liquor has pleaded guilty in a case that has already secured a place in Kentucky lore.
Polygamous sect leader pleads guilty to escape, fraud 2017-09-20T20:32:29Z 2017-09-20T17:05:55Z 2017-09-20T20:31:23Z A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run in a fraud case is expected to appear in court Wednesday. Montana must rewrite transgender bathroom ballot description 2017-09-20T20:32:03Z 2017-09-20T19:19:59Z 2017-09-20T20:32:03Z The Montana Supreme Court has ordered the attorney general to rewrite ballot language for an initiative that would require people use public restrooms designated for their gender at birth.
Immigrant hurricane victims turn to churches amid fear 2017-09-20T19:19:45Z 2017-09-20T05:25:42Z 2017-09-20T19:19:44Z Many in the country illegally fear that seeking federal disaster aid after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma will result in getting deported, prompting them to turn to places of worship and private charities.
St. Louis faith leaders urge peace, justice amid turmoil 2017-09-20T19:19:12Z 2017-09-19T06:02:11Z 2017-09-20T19:19:12Z Protesters gathered outside the jail in downtown St. Louis on Monday night to show solidarity with those who remain behind bars after more than 120 people were arrested the day earlier.
Cloudy, cool August restrains melt of Arctic sea ice 2017-09-20T19:18:52Z 2017-09-19T21:45:35Z 2017-09-20T19:18:48Z Arctic sea ice levels this summer weren't a record low for a change, only the 8th lowest seen.
Barrier put in mine that sent toxic water into 3 states 2017-09-20T18:32:05Z 2017-09-20T18:15:45Z 2017-09-20T18:32:05Z The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is installing a barrier and valve inside an inactive Colorado mine to prevent another surge of toxic wastewater like a 2015 blowout that contaminated rivers in three states.
Equifax says it had a security breach earlier in the year 2017-09-20T18:32:00Z 2017-09-19T20:32:49Z 2017-09-20T18:32:00Z Equifax had a separate security breach earlier this year, raising additional questions about company's security practices.
Giant antennas in New Mexico search for cosmic discoveries 2017-09-20T15:56:46Z 2017-09-19T20:23:59Z 2017-09-20T15:56:46Z Astronomers are using an array of giant antennas in the New Mexico desert for a years-long project aimed at producing the sharpest view ever of such a large portion of the sky using radio waves.
Facebook may be facing an 'era of accountability' 2017-09-20T14:17:55Z 2017-09-19T07:12:04Z 2017-09-20T14:17:50Z Facebook may be facing an 'era of accountability'. States expand investigation of opioid makers, distributors 2017-09-20T13:18:01Z 2017-09-19T16:12:25Z 2017-09-20T13:18:00Z States are asking for records from companies that make and distribute prescription opioid painkillers.
11-year-old boy gets lawn-mowing gig at White House 2017-09-20T12:11:24Z 2017-09-15T14:40:58Z 2017-09-20T12:11:24Z The president got what you might call a grassroots display of support at the White House, welcoming an 11-year-old Virginia boy who offered to help cut the lawn.
Officer who shot Ga Tech student had been on job 16 months 2017-09-20T11:39:15Z 2017-09-19T08:52:16Z 2017-09-20T11:38:25Z Three people were arrested during protest after a vigil for a Georgia Tech student fatally shot by campus police last weekend.
Toys R Us joins bankruptcy list as Amazon exerts influence 2017-09-20T08:26:10Z 2017-09-19T07:02:11Z 2017-09-20T08:26:06Z Toys R Us, pioneering big box toy retailer, says it has filed voluntarily for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
White man arrested in slayings of 2 black men in Louisiana 2017-09-20T08:10:21Z 2017-09-19T19:52:51Z 2017-09-20T08:10:21Z A 23-year-old white man was arrested Tuesday and accused of cold-bloodedly killing two black men and shooting up a black family's home in a string of attacks police say may have been racially motivated.
APNewsBreak: California wants millions to fund water project 2017-09-20T07:49:27Z 2017-09-18T13:11:48Z 2017-09-20T07:49:22Z California is increasing the pressure for millions of state water users to help pay for a $16 billion project to re-engineer the state's water system.
Senate intelligence chairman: Facebook should testify 2017-09-20T07:39:23Z 2017-09-19T23:05:25Z 2017-09-20T07:39:22Z The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee says Facebook should testify as part of its probe into Russian meddling in the U.S. election, and that the social media giant "seems to have been less than forthcoming" with Congress.
4 US monuments to be scaled back hold artifacts, key habitat 2017-09-20T05:38:54Z 2017-09-19T00:22:04Z 2017-09-20T05:38:42Z Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's recommendation to shrink four sprawling national monuments in the U.S. West jeopardizes protections for ancient cliff dwellings, scenic canyons and habitat for threatened wildlife.
Washington state school shooting suspect pleads not guilty 2017-09-20T05:25:53Z 2017-09-19T22:48:02Z 2017-09-20T05:25:33Z A 15-year-old boy has pleaded not guilty in a school shooting that left one classmate dead and three wounded in Washington state.
Key California farm district rejects governor's tunnels plan 2017-09-20T04:53:37Z 2017-09-20T00:22:53Z 2017-09-20T04:53:32Z The board of the nation's largest irrigation district rejected participation in Gov. Jerry Brown's $16 billion plan to build two giant tunnels to re-engineer California's north-south water delivery system, dealing a major blow to the project.
Common Core used widely, despite continuing debate 2017-09-20T02:58:10Z 2017-09-19T07:42:14Z 2017-09-20T02:58:09Z Common Core used in most states that initially adopted it, despite continue debate over standards' effect. Earth sweltered to 3rd hottest August, summer on record 2017-09-20T01:47:02Z 2017-09-18T17:03:38Z 2017-09-20T01:47:01Z Federal meteorologists calculate that Earth baked to the third hottest August and summer on record. Ex-tennis star Blake testifies about his mistaken arrest 2017-09-20T01:27:37Z 2017-09-19T04:32:00Z 2017-09-20T01:27:35Z Former pro tennis star James Blake's mistaken arrest in New York City has become the subject of a disciplinary trial for the arresting officer, who's accused of using excessive force. After Irma, Florida Jews seek respite in High Holy Days 2017-09-20T00:27:28Z 2017-09-19T18:52:34Z 2017-09-20T00:27:27Z The High Holy Days have taken on greater significance for Florida's large Jewish community after the ravages of Hurricane Irma.
Police give room to St. Louis protests until trouble starts 2017-09-19T22:58:04Z 2017-09-19T19:52:37Z 2017-09-19T22:58:01Z Police give wide berth to St. Louis protesters, at least until trouble starts. The Latest: Neighbor talks about her house being shot up 2017-09-19T22:14:49Z 2017-09-19T15:52:31Z 2017-09-19T22:14:49Z Authorities say a 23-year-old white Baton Rouge man has been arrested and will be charged with murder in the fatal shootings of two black men in attacks that police said may have been racially motivated. Lawsuit aims to block oil drilling on US land in Nevada 2017-09-19T22:10:32Z 2017-09-18T20:01:44Z 2017-09-19T22:10:32Z Environmentalists have sued a U.S. agency to try to stop it from allowing oil and gas drilling on federal land in Nevada. Man sentenced for trying to sell satellite secrets to Russia 2017-09-19T21:45:55Z 2017-09-18T20:11:45Z 2017-09-19T21:45:54Z A Southern California engineer who worked for a defense contractor has been sentenced to five years in prison for selling sensitive satellite information to an undercover FBI employee he thought was a Russian agent.
White man accused of killing 2 blacks had Hitler speech 2017-09-19T21:15:15Z 2017-09-19T16:52:19Z 2017-09-19T21:14:01Z Authorities say a 23-year-old white man has been arrested and accused of killing two black men and firing on a black family. Permits invalidated for big Washington state methanol plant 2017-09-19T21:13:03Z 2017-09-19T20:22:27Z 2017-09-19T21:13:03Z U.S. environmental groups opposed to the Pacific Northwest becoming an international fossil fuels gateway scored a major victory when a Washington state board invalidated two permits for a $2 billion project to manufacture methanol from natural gas.
Q&A: US, Mexican policies on arriving Haitians vary 2017-09-19T20:26:13Z 2017-09-19T18:02:36Z 2017-09-19T20:26:13Z Questions and answers about US, Mexican policies on Haitians.
Activist urges walrus rafts in absence of Arctic sea ice 2017-09-19T20:26:04Z 2017-09-18T07:44:16Z 2017-09-19T20:26:04Z An environmental activist wants the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to reconsider anchored rafts in the ocean to provide walruses with a platform to rest.
For a new Key West resident, Irma was her welcome-to-town 2017-09-19T19:53:14Z 2017-09-19T08:52:06Z 2017-09-19T19:53:14Z Prudence Duchene moved to Key West on the day Irma was named, and rode out the storm in a courthouse there. Senate GOP musters final push to erase Obama health care law 2017-09-19T17:56:55Z 2017-09-18T18:01:41Z 2017-09-19T17:56:42Z Senate Republicans are planning a final, uphill push to erase President Barack Obama's health care law. Protesters make good on threat to disrupt St. Louis business 2017-09-19T16:42:49Z 2017-09-19T06:32:10Z 2017-09-19T16:42:49Z When a former St. Louis police officer was acquitted in the fatal shooting of a black suspect, protesters vowed to show their disdain by disrupting business in downtown St. Louis.
Veteran who fought library attacker among 18 Carnegie Heroes 2017-09-19T15:45:47Z 2017-09-19T04:12:17Z 2017-09-19T15:45:47Z An Army veteran who fended off a mentally ill man who tried to attack a chess class the veteran was teaching at an Illinois public library is among 18 people being honored with Carnegie medals for heroism.
Interior chief urges shrinking 4 national monuments in West 2017-09-19T14:57:25Z 2017-09-18T07:11:27Z 2017-09-19T14:57:25Z Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is recommending that six of 27 national monuments under review by the Trump administration be reduced in size, along with management changes to several other sites.
4 US monuments to be scaled back hold artifacts, key habitat 2017-09-19T14:34:40Z 2017-09-19T09:22:08Z 2017-09-19T14:34:35Z Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's recommendation to shrink four sprawling national monuments in the U.S. West jeopardizes protections for ancient cliff dwellings, scenic canyons and habitat for threatened wildlife.
Mars research crew emerges after 8 months of isolation 2017-09-19T12:15:27Z 2017-09-17T19:41:20Z 2017-09-19T12:14:38Z Six NASA-backed research subjects who have been living in a Mars-like habitat on a remote Hawaii volcano since January have emerged from isolation.
3 arrested during protest at Georgia Tech after vigil 2017-09-19T10:12:52Z 2017-09-19T02:42:03Z 2017-09-19T10:12:52Z Georgia Tech alerted students to shelter indoors because of violent protests on campus Monday night after police fatally shot a student over the weekend. State, federal authorities proposing new rules on Equifax 2017-09-19T10:05:21Z 2017-09-18T22:22:00Z 2017-09-19T10:04:54Z State, federal authorities proposing tougher regulations against Equifax and credit monitoring industry.
Floods, fires, other disasters add stress to state budgets 2017-09-19T08:53:28Z 2017-09-18T13:11:36Z 2017-09-19T08:53:15Z Natural disasters such as this summer's hurricanes and wildfires can put a strain on state budgets, especially those experiencing an economic slowdown. Young immigrants shout down Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi 2017-09-19T08:32:44Z 2017-09-18T19:01:50Z 2017-09-19T08:32:38Z U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has been shouted down at a San Francisco event by young immigrants protesting her conversations with President Donald Trump on immigration policy. The Latest: 3 arrested in protest at Georgia Tech 2017-09-19T08:04:39Z 2017-09-19T02:11:55Z 2017-09-19T08:03:53Z Investigators say a Georgia Tech student who was killed by campus police was the one who called police to report a possibly intoxicated person holding a knife and possibly armed with a gun.
AP Exclusive: Evidence of spills at toxic site during floods 2017-09-19T07:52:49Z 2017-09-18T18:02:14Z 2017-09-19T07:52:44Z A U.S. government hotline received three reports of spills at a heavily polluted Superfund toxic waste site near Houston after Harvey flooding, and aerial photographs appear to show black-colored water surrounding the waste site, flowing out a bayou.
The Latest: Ivanka Trump pursues her own agenda at UN 2017-09-19T07:25:11Z 2017-09-18T14:33:02Z 2017-09-19T07:25:11Z President Donald Trump presses the need for reform at the United Nations as he makes his debut address to a session of the U.N. General Assembly in New York. US immigrants sue over Trump's end of deportation protection 2017-09-19T07:05:21Z 2017-09-18T17:21:41Z 2017-09-19T07:05:18Z Six immigrants brought to the United States as children who became teachers, graduate students and a lawyer are suing the Trump administration over its decision to end a program shielding them from deportation.
SW Florida residents clear sodden homes in scorching heat 2017-09-19T06:35:04Z 2017-09-18T22:51:51Z 2017-09-19T06:35:04Z Hundreds of thousands of Floridians are still without power more than a week after Hurricane Irma slammed into the state.
Organizers end Monday protests; more set for Tuesday 2017-09-19T06:12:55Z 2017-09-18T05:51:38Z 2017-09-19T06:12:55Z St. Louis police arrested dozens of people as protests over the acquittal of a white former police officer charged with killing a black suspect went from nonviolent demonstrations to vandalism for the third consecutive night. Wisconsin governor signs $3 billion Foxconn bill into law 2017-09-19T05:52:32Z 2017-09-18T20:51:59Z 2017-09-19T05:52:29Z Gov. Scott Walker signed a $3 billion incentive package Monday for Foxconn Technology Group to build a flat-screen plant in southeastern Wisconsin, a deal he says will provide thousands of jobs for generations. Key Equifax executives departing after huge data breach 2017-09-19T04:15:58Z 2017-09-15T21:59:15Z 2017-09-19T04:15:56Z Two executives at center of Equifax breach are leaving the company. Charter bus barrels into NYC bus, killing 3 and injuring 16 2017-09-19T02:14:54Z 2017-09-18T13:01:34Z 2017-09-19T02:14:47Z The Fire Department of New York says one person is dead and seven others are severely injured after a city bus and a tour bus collided in Queens.
Cops: Ammo, manifesto seized in school shooting suspect home 2017-09-19T01:47:00Z 2017-09-18T21:32:17Z 2017-09-19T01:46:42Z Court documents say guns, ammunition, and a Molotov cocktail were seized last week from the home of a Washington state high school sophomore accused of fatally shooting a classmate and wounding three other students. Convicted church killer wants to fire Jewish, Indian lawyers 2017-09-19T01:14:40Z 2017-09-18T22:12:27Z 2017-09-19T01:14:38Z Convicted church shooter Dylann Roof has filed documents seeking to fire his appellate attorneys because one is Jewish and the other is Indian.
Protesters make good on threat to disrupt St. Louis business 2017-09-19T00:33:00Z 2017-09-18T20:12:40Z 2017-09-19T00:32:59Z Crowds protesting police verdict make good on promise to disrupt St. Louis business.
Seattle councilman becomes the city's 3rd mayor in a week 2017-09-19T00:25:34Z 2017-09-19T00:11:56Z 2017-09-19T00:24:45Z Seattle has its third mayor in less than a week, after former Mayor Ed Murray resigned amid allegations he sexually abused teenage boys decades ago.
2 Baton Rouge slayings add to an already bloody year there 2017-09-19T00:13:59Z 2017-09-18T14:51:37Z 2017-09-19T00:13:54Z A 23-year-old white man whom police call a "person of interest" in the fatal shootings of two black men in Baton Rouge has been released from jail after his arrest on drug charges.
Officer in nurse arrest was reprimanded for sex harassment 2017-09-18T22:55:25Z 2017-09-18T21:02:34Z 2017-09-18T22:55:25Z Police documents show a Utah officer caught on video dragging a nurse from a hospital and putting her in handcuffs had previously been reprimanded for sexually harassing a female co-worker.
GOP lawmakers: Move Appalachian agency out of Washington 2017-09-18T22:53:34Z 2017-09-18T20:42:47Z 2017-09-18T22:53:12Z Two powerful Kentucky Republicans are sponsoring a bill that would move an economic development agency that helps Appalachia out of Washington.
Study prompts call to examine flu vaccine and miscarriage 2017-09-18T22:52:49Z 2017-09-13T08:27:20Z 2017-09-18T22:52:47Z A puzzling study of U.S. pregnancies suggests that women who received yearly vaccinations against swine flu between 2010 and 2012 had more miscarriages than others. AP NewsBreak: Medicare card remake to protect seniors 2017-09-18T22:52:43Z 2017-09-14T08:27:57Z 2017-09-18T22:52:40Z Medicare cards are getting a makeover to fight identity theft.
Chappelle and Oliver make #DCPublicSchools an internet hit 2017-09-18T22:22:51Z 2017-09-18T20:12:00Z 2017-09-18T22:22:48Z What started as a fun throwaway line at the Emmy Awards has turned into an unexpected flood of attention for the Washington DC public school system.
Photographer who died in Vietnam named honorary Marine 2017-09-18T21:41:58Z 2017-09-18T21:31:57Z 2017-09-18T21:41:58Z A photographer from Wisconsin believed to be the first female American journalist killed in a war has become an honorary Marine. Correction: Georgia Tech Student Killed story 2017-09-18T20:15:56Z 2017-09-18T06:51:25Z 2017-09-18T20:14:58Z Campus police shot and killed a Georgia Tech student who they say was advancing on officers with a knife.
Farewell Cassini: Saturn spacecraft makes fiery, final dive 2017-09-18T20:04:00Z 2017-09-15T07:40:19Z 2017-09-18T20:03:28Z NASA's Cassini spacecraft at Saturn is closing in on its fiery finish, following a remarkable voyage of 20 years.
Trump's childhood home becomes showcase for refugees 2017-09-18T19:56:15Z 2017-09-18T04:16:59Z 2017-09-18T19:55:26Z President Donald Trump's childhood home had some new occupants over the weekend _ refugees.
Disability backlog tops 1 million; thousands die on waitlist 2017-09-18T17:24:17Z 2017-09-18T07:41:48Z 2017-09-18T17:23:27Z More than 1 million people who have been denied disability benefits from Social Security are waiting for new hearings.
Cassini spacecraft: 'Magnifying glass' at Saturn until end 2017-09-18T15:43:59Z 2017-09-14T21:08:33Z 2017-09-18T15:43:58Z NASA's Cassini spacecraft took "a magnifying glass" to Saturn, its moons and rings. 2 Louisiana slayings likely racially motivated, police say 2017-09-18T14:33:48Z 2017-09-17T14:51:27Z 2017-09-18T14:33:48Z Authorities in Baton Rouge say there is a "strong possibility" that the slayings of two black men last week were racially motivated.
Fierce storms haven't slowed growth along US coastlines 2017-09-18T14:24:58Z 2017-09-18T07:51:34Z 2017-09-18T14:24:00Z A new Associated Press analysis shows that rising sea levels and fierce storms have failed to stop relentless population growth along U.S. coasts in recent years. US coastal growth continues despite lessons of past storms 2017-09-18T13:22:23Z 2017-09-16T19:39:34Z 2017-09-18T13:22:00Z Population growth and development along U.S. coastlines are increasing faster than in inland areas, potentially putting more people and buildings in the path of future destruction from violent storms and rising sea levels.
Harvey recovery czar faces limits to 'future-proofing' Texas 2017-09-18T13:04:53Z 2017-09-17T14:21:22Z 2017-09-18T13:04:52Z The man overseeing Texas' Hurricane Harvey rebuilding efforts sees his job as "future-proofing" before the next disaster, but he will face the same political and bureaucratic challenges that have long stalled meaningful storm protection improvements. Equifax: Lesser impact from breach to UK residents 2017-09-18T07:55:07Z 2017-09-15T19:39:17Z 2017-09-18T07:54:47Z Equifax says impact from security breach on British consumers is less severe than in U.S.
APExclusive: Chelsea Manning says she not a traitor 2017-09-18T07:46:06Z 2017-09-17T19:02:37Z 2017-09-18T07:46:06Z Chelsea Manning is addressing a conference in Nantucket, her second public appearance since being released from a military prison in May. Trump to campaign for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange 2017-09-18T07:44:17Z 2017-09-16T23:30:41Z 2017-09-18T07:44:12Z President Donald Trump says he's hitting the campaign trail next week for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange.
Request denied: States try to block access to public records 2017-09-18T07:24:54Z 2017-09-17T07:20:54Z 2017-09-18T07:24:01Z State lawmakers introduce dozens of bills to close or limit public access to government records.
Scientists: Ash tree species pushed to brink of extinction 2017-09-18T06:35:18Z 2017-09-14T12:08:06Z 2017-09-18T06:35:02Z Five prominent species of ash tree in the eastern U.S. have been driven to the brink of extinction from years of lethal attack by a beetle.
The Latest: Dozens arrested after St. Louis vandalism 2017-09-18T05:53:25Z 2017-09-17T11:11:12Z 2017-09-18T05:53:02Z Demonstrators are expected to reconvene near St. Louis Sunday afternoon for a third day of protests following the acquittal of a white former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man. Warm waters off West Coast has lingering effects for salmon 2017-09-18T05:41:49Z 2017-09-17T17:01:01Z 2017-09-18T05:41:33Z The mass of warm water known as "the blob" that heated up the North Pacific Ocean has dissipated, but scientists are still seeing the domino-effect it is having on Northwest salmon and steelhead.
Police report arrests in 3rd night of demonstrations 2017-09-18T04:54:36Z 2017-09-17T07:31:08Z 2017-09-18T04:53:34Z Protesters smashed windows with trash cans and left dozens of businesses damaged in a second night of violence after the acquittal of a white former St. Louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man. Veteran Albuquerque TV reporter killed in helicopter crash 2017-09-17T23:35:09Z 2017-09-17T15:51:28Z 2017-09-17T23:34:55Z A longtime reporter at an Albuquerque TV station has died after the news helicopter he was piloting crashed in central New Mexico. Pharmacist in deadly meningitis outbreak heading to trial 2017-09-17T19:46:24Z 2017-09-17T13:40:56Z 2017-09-17T19:46:12Z A Massachusetts pharmacist who oversaw the rooms where tainted drugs that caused a deadly meningitis outbreak were made is heading to trial this week.
Officials: Returning Keys residents must be self-sustaining 2017-09-17T14:24:12Z 2017-09-16T19:09:44Z 2017-09-17T14:23:19Z Officials in Florida are going door-to-door warning residents who live near the Withlacoochee River north of the Tampa Bay area of the potential for record-high flooding in the coming days.
'Red flag' calls signaled post-Irma deaths at nursing home 2017-09-17T14:04:26Z 2017-09-16T12:19:31Z 2017-09-17T14:04:23Z Three days after Hurricane Irma hit Florida, the first 911 call from the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills came in. Then came another call. Then another.
Mars research subjects to emerge after 8 months of isolation 2017-09-17T14:04:00Z 2017-09-15T06:28:51Z 2017-09-17T14:04:01Z Six NASA-backed space psychology research subjects are set to emerge Sunday after eight months of isolation together in a Mars-like habitat on a remote Hawaii Volcano. Study shows hormone pills don't shorten older women's lives 2017-09-17T14:02:39Z 2017-09-12T15:07:57Z 2017-09-17T14:02:12Z The longest follow-up study yet on menopausal hormone pills suggests they don't shorten older women's lives. California legislators approve 'sanctuary state' bill 2017-09-17T12:42:13Z 2017-09-16T20:59:38Z 2017-09-17T12:42:12Z The head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says California's so-called "sanctuary state" bill that would limit police cooperation with federal immigration authorities prioritizes politics over public safety.
Porsche plows into spectators at Idaho car show; 11 hurt 2017-09-17T12:12:44Z 2017-09-16T22:01:41Z 2017-09-17T12:12:44Z A sports car driver taking part in a car show on Saturday plowed into a crowd of spectators in Boise, Idaho, injuring eight.
Jury: Wisconsin girl mentally ill in stabbing of classmate 2017-09-17T12:12:03Z 2017-09-16T06:09:15Z 2017-09-17T12:12:03Z Jury finds Wisconsin girl mentally ill in stabbing of classmate to appease horror character Slender Man.
Child care choices limited for those working outside 9-to-5 2017-09-17T07:24:34Z 2017-09-16T16:39:37Z 2017-09-17T07:24:30Z Parents who work outside traditional business hours often have few options when it comes to child care for their children.
2nd night of violence in St. Louis after ex-cop acquitted 2017-09-17T07:24:22Z 2017-09-16T07:09:22Z 2017-09-17T07:23:57Z Activists say they will meet again Saturday to plan further protests after the acquittal of a white former St. Louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man.
The Latest: Some public transportation halted after violence 2017-09-17T06:11:27Z 2017-09-16T15:19:30Z 2017-09-17T06:10:48Z Activists say they will meet again Saturday to plan further protests after the acquittal of a white former St. Louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man.
US aviator who helped form Israeli Air Force dies at 94 2017-09-17T05:04:41Z 2017-09-17T05:00:41Z 2017-09-17T05:04:27Z An American aviator who helped form the Israeli Air Force and served in Israel's first fighter squadron has died at 94.
Summer may be getting longer in waters off New England 2017-09-17T04:24:09Z 2017-09-14T16:58:39Z 2017-09-17T04:23:20Z A group of scientists says the number of days of summer-like temperatures in the waters off New England has increased, and that could have significant ramifications for storms and commercial fisheries. Union: Thousands of firefighters didn't work during Harvey 2017-09-17T03:34:02Z 2017-09-16T18:21:14Z 2017-09-17T03:33:59Z Thousands of Houston firefighters were told to stay home at the height of Harvey's flooding.
Suspected school gunman had been suspended for threats 2017-09-17T00:13:06Z 2017-09-17T00:10:43Z 2017-09-17T00:13:04Z Officials at the high school in Washington state where a student is accused of fatally shooting a classmate knew the suspect had brought notes to school threatening violence and had suspended the boy.
Questions of gun planting, outburst key in officer's verdict 2017-09-16T23:42:00Z 2017-09-16T14:19:31Z 2017-09-16T23:42:00Z A judge's decision to acquit an officer of murder in the death of a black suspect came down to two major questions: Did he plant a gun, and did he premeditate the shooting.
'Pharma Bro' locked up with terrorism and mob suspects 2017-09-16T23:01:17Z 2017-09-15T19:08:52Z 2017-09-16T23:01:17Z 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli in fortress-like federal lockup; lack of internet the least of his inconveniences.
Video Clip: Thousands of Long Island residents still without power - Disaster tourists seek firsthand look at NY's storm-ravaged neighborhoods, annoying some