Data On Pain Pills Sold In U.S. Between 2006 And…

The DEA and some drug companies fought for about a year to keep this information private.

The Latest: Lawyer says El Chapo disappointed…

A defense attorney says the Mexican drug lord known as "El Chapo" is frustrated with the outcome of his U.S. trial

House Condemns President Trump's Racist Tweets…

The House voted 240-187, largely along party lines, to condemn President Trump's tweets targeting Democratic congresswomen.

Court hearing scheduled in Maryland newspaper…

A judge is scheduled to hear arguments on pretrial matters in the case of a man accused of killing five people at a Maryland newspaper

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens…

Stevens served on the Supreme Court for more than three decades.

Toxicologist: Pledge who chugged liquor 'dead man walking'

A toxicologist has testified that a Phi Delta Theta was a 'dead man walking' after reportedly being ordered to chug liquor during a hazing event

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White House Estimates The Federal Deficit Could…

For context, last year's Treasury Department analysis showed the U.S. budget deficit reached $779 billion.

Former St. Louis officer accused of assaulting…

A former St. Louis police officer is charged with three felony counts of third-degree assault accusing him of pepper-spraying protesters in 2017

NYPD Officer Won't Face Federal Charges In Eric…

The Department of Justice will not bring charges against the officer who choked Eric Garner, the unarmed black man who died while he was arrested.

Indiana attorney general's lawyers deride groping…

Lawyers for Indiana's attorney general argue that allegations he drunkenly groped four women during a party don't meet the legal standard of a misuse of power

Senate Committee To Hold Hearing On Mark Esper As…

Acting Secretary Mark Esper will have to step down for a day before he's confirmed.

A year after tragedy, Branson debates future of…

A year after a duck boat sank and killed 17 people in a Missouri lake, the future of the tourist attraction remains a topic of debate

Biden Wants To 'Protect and Build on Obamacare'

Joe Biden introduced his health care plan, which would be a public option to enroll in a government plan that exists alongside private insurance.

Family mourns 6-year-old girl killed by father's golf shot

Authorities say a 6-year-old Utah girl has died after her father accidentally hit her with a golf ball

Jeffrey Epstein Willing To Post $100 Million Bail

​Epstein’s lawyer told a judge during a bail hearing that his client was "ready to sign" for bail no matter the cost.

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Candidate backtracks after saying office is 'a man's job'

A Democratic candidate for county supervisor in Mississippi says he wasn't criticizing all women _ just one _ when he said being county supervisor is "a man's job"

Pentagon Identifies U.S. Service Member Killed In…

Sgt. Maj. James "Ryan" Sartor died from "injuries sustained from enemy small arms fire during combat operations."

Eric Garner's mother speaks out on anniversary of…

Eric Garner's mother urged the New York City police commissioner to fire the officer accused of using a chokehold in the death of her son

Barry Makes Its Way North, Bringing Heavy Rain…

The storm made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane Saturday.

Man who fatally stabbed family tried to attack…

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says a man serving life in prison for stabbing his parents and three siblings to death tried to attack prison staff with an 8-inch long "sharpened instrument."

Tenn. Gov. Signs Proclamation Honoring Early KKK…

The tradition has drawn bipartisan backlash.

Kentucky deputy shot during wellness check at a home

A sheriff's deputy who was shot in southeastern Kentucky while conducting a wellness check is reported in stable condition after surgery

American Airlines Extends Boeing 737 Max…

​The airline will extend the cancellations of nearly 115 daily flights into early November.

Probe: Oklahoma virtual charter founders embezzled millions

State investigators allege the founders of Oklahoma's largest virtual charter school embezzled millions of dollars in state funds through an illegal scheme involving the use of "ghost students" to inflate enrollment numbers

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Court upholds death sentence for man who killed 10-year-old

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for a man who kidnapped, raped and killed a 10-year-old girl in Springfield

They Heard a Cry for Help, Found Man Impaled by Stump

Four women running on a trail on the Michigan State University campus Saturday morning heard someone yelling for help from the woods but were hesitant to leave the trail for the unseen person—not knowing if they were about to walk into a trap. So they called 911, and "it's...

West Palm Beach 'Weaponizes' Music

West Palm Beach doesn't want the homeless loitering or sleeping in its waterfront Lake Pavilion, so it's using an unusual tactic to keep that from happening: music. Specifically, as the Palm Beach Post describes it, "weaponized" music. The children’s songs "Raining Tacos" and "Baby Shark" are being played on a...