California utility begins another blackout amid fire fears
Lights went out across large portions of Northern California, as the state's largest utility began its second massive blackout in two weeks, citing the return of dangerous fire weather.
Mom's murder case raises questions about what doctors knew
The case of a Colorado mother accused of killing the daughter she presented as a dying girl with a host of diseases and a bucket list of wishes is raising questions about whether a hospital did enough to protect her.
Rose McGowan sues alleging intimidation by Weinstein, others
Actress Rose McGowan has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Harvey Weinstein and two of his former attorneys conspired to intimidate and silence her before she accused him of rape.
Lots of good terns: Bird ready to fly off endangered list
Conservationists hail a turn for the best as federal government proposes to remove least terns from endangered list.
European lawmakers vote to strengthen bee protection
The European Parliament on Wednesday blocked a diluted proposal by the 28-nation bloc's executive arm on protecting bees from pesticides, arguing it didn't go far enough.
Clusters of illness linked to CBD vapes share 2nd connection
A pioneer in marketing CBD as a health product has pleaded guilty to selling large quantities of synthetic marijuana which was secretly added to vapes, sickening dozens.
Chaotic scene as Republicans disrupt impeachment deposition
A senior Defense Department official who oversees Ukraine policy is answering questions behind closed doors as part of the House impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
Most states not giving driver's license data to Washington
Efforts by the U.S. Census Bureau to collect state driver's license records as part of President Donald Trump's order to gather citizenship information have been mostly a bust so far.
While Trump rakes in cash, some Senate Republicans lagging
President Donald Trump is raising record amounts of cash for his 2020 reelection bid. But it's not spilling over to vulnerable Republicans fighting to hold their seats in a narrowly divided Senate.
North Korea urges US to act wisely through year-end deadline
North Korea accused US officials of maintaining hostility against Pyongyang despite a "special" relationship between Kim and Trump and urged Washington to act "wisely" through the end of the year.
Zuckerberg defends Facebook's currency plans before Congress
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is appearing before Congress to defend the tech giant's global ambitions as scrutiny tightens over its massive market power, privacy lapses and tolerance of speech deemed false or hateful.
Rep. Elijah Cummings to lie in state at US Capitol ceremony
The late Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings will be remembered by congressional leaders and colleagues as his body lies in state at the Capitol.
Johnson's future, and UK's, rests on EU move on Brexit delay
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to be pushing for an early general election after Parliament blocked a fast-track plan to approve his Brexit deal before Britain's scheduled departure from the European Union on Oct. 31.
Tesla's stock soars after company posts surprising 3Q profit
Tesla delivers pleasant surprise with third-quarter profit, raising investor hopes the company has finally turned corner.
Missouri farmer charged in killing of Wisconsin brothers
A Missouri cattle farmer has been charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of two missing brothers from Wisconsin.
South Pole's ozone hole shrinks to smallest since discovery
NASA says Earth's ozone hole near the south pole is the smallest since it was discovered in 1985.
Female spacewalking duo uplifted by excitement below
Two astronauts who took part in the first all-female spacewalk are still uplifted by all the excitement down on Earth.
Strasburg stars as Nats rout Astros 12-3 for 2-0 Series lead
Stephen Strasburg's time had come and he delivered on the biggest stage of all to give the Washington Nationals a 12-3 win over the Houston Astros and a 2-0 lead in the World Series.
Trump lifts sanctions on Turkey, says cease-fire permanent
President Donald Trump says he'll make a statement from the White House on what he's calling the "big success" along the Turkey-Syria.
Is boom, then slump, behind fiery Latin American protests?
From Chile to Haiti to Ecuador to Bolivia, the countries hit by fiery protests in recent weeks have lived through often-dizzying commodity-driven growth in the first decade of this century, followed in most cases by a slump.