Beirut reels from huge blast as death toll climbs, the latest on stimulus talks, and high school principal's coronavirus-themed 'Can't Touch This' parody rocks internet.
Isaias weakens to post-tropical cyclone, death toll expected to rise in blast that shook Beirut, and getting back on the workout track.
Hurricane Isaias makes landfall in Southern North Carolina, Congressional Democrats, White House cite progress in talks on coronavirus bill, and new Wisconsin Justice sworn in during 100-mile ultramarathon.
Democrats and Republicans continue to argue over jobless benefits, tropical storm Isaias skirts Florida, aims for Carolinas, and debate begins for who's first in line for COVID-19 vaccine.
Parties fear chaotic election, how the pandemic has deepened the isolation of adolescents, and woman reunited with lost teddy bear containing late mother's voice.
GOP leaders rebuff Trump's suggestion of delaying election, the latest on covid-19's impact on the world, and the NBA has a virtual eject button.
Big tech's power comes under fire at congressional antitrust hearing, US hits 150,000 deaths from COVID-19, and some positive things that happened in 2020.
William Barr battled Democrats in his first congressional appearance, what a vaccine phase 3 trial looks like, and Australian outback pub bans messy emus for bad behavior.
GOP releases coronavirus relief proposal, covid-19 outbreak halts some MLB games, and back-to-school shopping is off to a rough start.
GOP to propose aid bill, protests erupted across the US this weekend as calls for racial justice continue to grow, and learning to ride a bicycle as an adult.
How the coronavirus upended adoptions, parents say school reopening plans leave them without any good options, and how to reassure kids who are scared of returning to school during Covid-19.
President Trump cancels GOP convention events in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. coronavirus deaths top 1,100 for a third day in a row, and tips for getting hired from home.
Face-mask mandates expand across the U.S., how attacks on mail-in voting are hurting both parties, and Amazon driver delivers more than just a package to a customer with cancer.
President Trump relaunches coronavirus news briefings, U.S. Homeland Security confirms three units sent paramilitary officers to Portland, and are we still going on vacation this summer.
Congress looks to replace $600-a-week jobless aid, President Trump to send more unmarked forces to "Democrat" cities, and vaccine trials show early promising results.
Coronavirus deaths surpass 140,000 in U.S., Portland mayor wants unmarked federal agents out, and the latest quarantine trend is pet chickens.
Coronavirus splits U.S. along party lines, why it seems like bullies are everywhere, and ways to be happy.
U.S. shatters coronavirus record with over 77,000 cases in a day, could the massive Twitter hack be a global security crisis, and 6-year-old boy praised on social media for saving little sister.
Twitter gets hit with biggest hack to date, Trump replaces campaign manager, and how to exercise safely outdoors in the heat.
White House walks back rules on foreign students, Florida, Alabama report highest single-day coronavirus death tolls, and some cooped-up New Yorkers are buying their first car.
California pulls back on reopening amid surge, Supreme Court clears way for resumption of federal executions, and rules of Zoom meeting etiquette.
Battle over reopening schools heats up, fire aboard U.S. Navy warship in San Diego injures 21 people, and fridges filled with free food are popping up around New York City to combat food insecurity.
President Trump and Joe Biden offer dramatically different visions of 'normal' in America, the coronavirus is affecting car and boat sales, and its time for boxed wine.
Supreme Court says the President can't hide taxes from prosecutors, U.S. sets one-day record with more than 60,500 COVID cases, and what college athletes should know about liability waivers.
Worsening U.S. outbreak prompts tough actions, Police ignored George Floyd's 'I can't breathe' plea, and 8-year-old girl surprises delivery man.
Trump moves to pull U.S. out of WHO and reopen schools, how Trump and Biden offer dramatically different versions of "normal" in America and how to find free-wifi.
Openings continue as coronavirus surges, a look at who received U.S. pandemic aid, and why single-use plastic is back.
Forth of July weekend overshadowed by coronavirus and shootings, your not alone if you haven't returned to work, and its time to relearn how to sanitize yourself.
Independence Day - Younger people are a factor in surge of COVID-19 cases, how to get a big break on the cost of college, and surprising 4th of July facts.
Why do some infected with the coronavirus escape COVID-19 unharmed, is it safer to stay at a hotel or an Airbnb during your summer vacation, and the Facebook friends moms don't want.
Reopenings stall as U.S. records nearly 50,000 cases of COVID-19 in single day, U.S. intelligence doubted Russia urged Taliban to kill U.S. troops, and Americans are exhausted from poor sleep during the lockdown.
Dr. Fauci warns coronavirus cases could reach 100,000 a day, Democrats urge Russia sanctions if bounty reports are true, and Michigan 9-year-old has sewn and donated more than 500 masks during the pandemic.
Coronavirus cases continue to rise across the south, Louisiana abortion law struck down by Supreme Court, and fireworks sales are booming nationwide due to COVID-19.
Coronavirus cases pass 10 Million globally, Mississippi legislature passes bill to change state flag, and the COVID-15.
The toll that isolation takes on kids during the coronavirus era, how will colleges handle fall 2020, and is the mullet back.
Dueling police reform bills battle it out in the Capitol, Texas pauses reopening, and Wisconsin man receives postcard mailed 16 years earlier.
Coronavirus cases are accelerating across U.S., three men indicted on murder charges in Ahmaud Arbery's shooting, and plastic allows elderly couple to enjoy first hug in 102 days.
Washington state makes face masks mandatory as some states see new coronavirus surge, President Trump says he doesn't kid, and Oklahoma man tracks down car sold by father decades earlier.
President Trump suspends entry of certain foreign workers despite business opposition, coronavirus cases continue to rise in many states, and husband and wife donate organs to same man 16 years apart.
President Trump moves on from Tulsa rally, White House blasts John Bolton's book, and why you can't sleep right now.
Are we entering a time where you'll have to sign a COVID waiver everywhere you go, rethinking remote education, and funny father's day quotes.
Supreme Court rules in favor of DACA, Facebook removes Trump campaign ads for violating policy on use of hate symbol, and how to stay safe at the gym.
Atlanta police officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder, White House sues to block John Bolton's boom, and U.S. soldier's family reunited with button found in Australia.
Trump prods police with executive order, why coronavirus recommendations are ignored while case numbers rise and why business travel will be grounded, maybe for good.
What a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court means for employees and business owners, protesters march in Atlanta after the killing of Rayshard Brooks and why hidden vaults are now the hot selling accessory for cars.
Atlanta police shooting sparks new outrage, record spikes in new coronavirus cases, and good luck finding a bicycle.
Remote learning gets a failing grade, how to handle crisis fatigue, and 2-year-old's politeness is the kindness we all need.
Seattle mayor says President Trump should respect the first amendment, why we need a police reform bill, and new strategies to combat obesity.
George Floyd's brother describes a "modern day lynching" to Congress, how the "defund police" movement could divide Democrats and how to stay focused while working from home.
George Floyd is remembered at Houston funeral, experts debate the effectiveness of curfews when it comes to demonstrations and how people are cashing in during spring cleaning.
Calls to cut funding for police grow, George Floyd to be buried, and a 9-year-old and her friends raised $40,000 for black-owned businesses.
Protests sparked by George Floyd move to defund police, is a V-shaped economic recovery on the table after Friday's surprising jobs report and the questions you should be asking before you kids decide to head off to college in the fall.
Looting strikes a second blow to reeling businesses in minority neighborhoods, should businesses speak out about social issues, and DC protesters sing 'Lean On Me' in moment of solidarity.
Mourners gather for George Floyd memorials, demonstrations continue for a 10th day and night, and Minnesota bakery donates 800-plus cakes to 2020 high school grads.
Derek Chauvin and three other ex-officers face new charges in George Floyd's killing, former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis blasts Trump's response to protestors, and woman turning 105 receives nearly 200 birthday cards from strangers.
Cities enact curfews to dissuade looting, GOP Rep. Steve King loses his Iowa primary, and last person to receive Civil War-era pension dies.
Protests rage for a 7th night over the death of George Floyd, Trump pushes governors to get tough and how non-profits can navigate the new reality.
Anger and unrest sweep across U.S., essential workers face pay gaps during the pandemic, and police and protesters come together.
Experts struggle with coronavirus unknowns, hiding your on-screen double chin, and man creates 'date nights' outside of pregnant wife's hospital window.
George Floyd protests intensify, President Trump signs executive order targeting social media, and Texas principal travels 1,500 miles to honor each of his graduating seniors.
Death of George Floyd draws condemnation from law enforcement officials, President Trump targets alleged political bias at Twitter and Facebook, and nursing student runs 100 miles on a treadmill to raise money for health care workers.
Four Minneapolis policemen fired after death of unarmed black man, California eases pandemic restrictions, and good samaritans in South Carolina recover $1,300 blowing down highway.
President Trump marks Memorial Day during coronavirus pandemic, WHO warns of 'second peak' in areas where COVID-19 declining, and car wash worker rescues man's $1,200 IRS stimulus check from trash.
Memorial Day - Coronavirus deepens millennials' feeling they can't get a break, how to combat coronavirus burnout, and how groups plan to pay tribute during pandemic.
Why public bathrooms are a stumbling block for reopening, tackling poverty in a coronavirus-induced economic downturn, and Army deploys videogames to reach recruits.
Man who filmed Ahmaud Arbery shooting charged with murder, how will beach towns survive this summer, and swimming in the time of COVID.
Coronavirus case count tops five million world-wide, Michigan flooding displaces thousands, and what we spent our $1,200 stimulus checks on.
Michigan governor declares emergency after dams collapse, why coronavirus increasingly exacerbates the Red-Blue divide, and how much weight we have gained in quarantine.
The President threatens permanent freeze of WHO funding, when will a vaccine be available, and how to find mortgage relief during the coronavirus crisis.
More states begin to open, many child-care facilities aren't accepting kids, but for some parents, the bills keep coming, and girl sends over 1,500 art kits to kids in homeless shelters.
How coronavirus hijacks the body from head to toe, maintaining a safe home during and after Covid-19, and how quarantining is affecting your pet.
HHS vaccine expert details complaint in House testimony, nearly three million sought jobless benefits last week, and Georgia teacher running more than 50 miles to visit each student outside their homes.
Wisconsin Supreme Court invalidates state's COVID-19 stay-at-home order, the toll the pandemic has taken on our finances, and reasons your stimulus check might have been less than you expected.
Top health officials emphasize testing before easing lockdowns, House Democrats release $3 trillion bill to respond to coronavirus, and places to get free, professional financial advice now.
White House directs staff to wear masks after officials contract coronavirus, a look at how Covid-19, and IRS puts a deadline on direct deposit information for stimulus money.
White House enacts new safety precautions, states look to boost coronavirus testing, and Microsoft adds office feature to end the reply-all-pocalypse.
Why we can't agree on the true threat of the coronavirus, how to reduce your risks as coronavirus lockdowns ease, and ways to celebrate Mother's Day when you need to keep your distance.
Two men arrested and charged in Killing of Ahmaud Arbery, Tara Reade says Biden should quit Presidential race, and if you can't pay your bills this month, help is available online.
Coronavirus task force to shift focus, April jobs report expected to be worst in history, and college students connect farms with needy food banks.
U.S. deaths top 71,000, White House discussing phasing out coronavirus task force, and Maine town honors vet turning 100 on Cinco de Mayo.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom says some businesses will reopen Friday, global deaths from coronavirus pass 251,000, and Texas restaurant patron stuns with $1,300 tip on reopening day.
President Trump predicts coronavirus vaccine by year's end, experts worry US elections even more vulnerable with COVID-19, and where teachers can get free food and discounts.
How ambulance drivers are coping, remote learning is breaking parents, and Kentucky Derby fans can watch turtles race.
U.S. deaths from coronavirus Top 63,000, over 3.8 million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week, and how to tell the difference between coronavirus symptoms and allergies.
U.S. coronavirus deaths top 60,000, stocks rise as Fed pledges lasting support for the economy, and how America is honoring coronavirus frontline workers.
How to get the economy moving again, the hunt for Covid-19 drugs becomes even more complex, and reasons your stimulus payment might be a no-show.
States move to ease lockdowns, what will commuting look like after lockdown ends, and Arkansas family creates hanging blanket for pandemic-friendly hugs.
Millions of Americans are still waiting for their first unemployment check, President Trump ready to wield immigration issue during campaign, and Pennsylvania teen sending coloring books, puzzles to seniors in nursing homes.
Coronavirus deepens millennials' feeling they can't get a break, how to combat burnout, and work-from-home veterans have had it with you rookies.
House approves $484 billion bill to aid small businesses, states test safety of reopening as pandemic pushes jobless claims higher, and what pet owners need to know about COVID-19.
More U.S. states make plans to reopen, record U.S. jobless claims wipe out post-Great Recession employment gains, and things you can do to help kids cope with upheaval from coronavirus quarantines.
Senate passes bill for more small-business stimulus, President Trump to bar immigration for family of U.S. citizens, foreign workers for 60 days, and when are paper stimulus checks being mailed.
President Trump will sign order to temporarily suspend immigration into U.S., the ripple effects of negative crude oil prices, and tips for looking great in a Zoom meeting.
More U.S. protests call for lifting coronavirus restrictions as governors push back, gunman kills at least 16 in Nova Scotia, and don't fall for these five myths about the stimulus payments.
Is your quarantine resolve starting to crack, is this the end of the high-five, and kids create music to help others cope with the coronavirus.
The President outlines guidelines to reopen the economy, reported U.S. coronavirus deaths reach record in 24 hours, and the wild world of grocery delivery.
Business leaders urge the President to dramatically increase coronavirus testing, a second round of coronavirus layoffs has begun, and how many kids are actually attending school each day.
U.S. to cut funding to World Health Organization over coronavirus response, Barack Obama endorses Joe Biden for President, and here's what food banks need the most right now amid record demand.
States move to coordinate on reopening plans, tornado outbreak in the South leaves at least 30 dead, and the best and worst ways to get fast cash.
Severe storms, tornadoes rip through southern U.S., Americans spend grim Easter Sunday at home, and what to use instead of Zoom for classes.
How the Covid-19 crisis could help us prepare for future disasters, when will it feel right to go to a sporting event, and church sparks movement after sending care package to congregation member stricken with COVID-19.
Global cases of coronavirus top 1.6 Million, we may have lost 21 years of job growth, and bar owner removes cash from walls to give to staff.
U.S. surpasses 430,000 coronavirus infections, Bernie Sanders drops out of 2020 Presidential race, and families struggle to connect for Passover, Easter this year.
Some lockdowns tighten as the coronavirus death toll passes 81,000 worldwide, five things to do if the virus is causing you financial hardship and tips for keeping your car running while it's stuck in the driveway.
The U.S. death toll from coronavirus tops 10,000 as some officials think an apex could be near, the gig economy jobs that can earn you extra cash from home and how to get what you need when Amazon is out of stock.
The U.S. braces for most challenging days ahead, how to find a job quickly if you've been laid off and how organizations are mobilizing to help front line workers.
Coping with Covid-19 in a New York City ER, trying to get a refund in the time of coronavirus, and closed captioning becomes hit with TV viewers.
US death toll tops 6,000, record 6.6 million Americans sought unemployment benefits, and outdoor toy sales jump.
Most Americans huddle indoors as coronavirus deaths keep spiking, stocks close 4% lower in bleak start to second quarter, and FBI warns of hackers hijacking online Zoom meetings.
White House projects 100,000 to 240,000 U.S. coronavirus deaths, how we can avoid another "Great Recession" and the doctor who got a protective mask instead of a speeding ticket from a police officer.
U.S. prepares for a prolonged shutdown, a look at the extreme challenges facing EMS workers in the New York area and figuring out which rock-bottom airline deals could make sense for you.
White House extends social-distancing guidelines until end of April, stocks poised to extend losses, and myths about boosting your immune system.
Adoptions for U.S. families disrupted by coronavirus, things the tech industry could do to mitigate a pandemic, and coronavirus makes dating a lot more complicated.
U.S. coronavirus cases surpass those of China, Italy, rise in unemployment claims halts historic run of job growth, and smart ways to use credit cards in a crisis.
The Senate passes a massive stimulus package as coronavirus takes toll, signs that social distancing may be working and how to avoid eating all day while working from home.
White House reaches deal with lawmakers on $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, President Trump hopes to have U.S. reopened by Easter, and New Jersey pizza store owner takes out loan to pay his workers.
Senate fails to advance coronavirus rescue package, President Trump suggests he may scale back closures soon despite worsening coronavirus outbreak, and restaurateur delivers hundreds of donated meals to health care workers.
The lastest COVID-19 numbers, coronavirus rescue package hits hurdle, and a boy who is looking out for his neighbors.
What life is like in one of America's coronavirus hotspots, how a mailman still carries on during coronavirus, and love in the time of coronavirus.
California orders a lockdown for its 40 million residents, the Senate seeks $1 trillion in economic aid and what its like for the lonely people still flying during the pandemic.
Senate passes paid-leave bill to combat the pandemic, what life is like in one of America's coronavirus hotspots, and how the canceled Big Sky tournament spurred an impromptu wedding.
White House wants to send workers money, Former VP Joe Biden sweeps Tuesday's primaries, and how to get food delivered safely during coronavirus pandemic.
Trump releases guidelines to slow coronavirus spread, cities, states enact bans, curfews, and tips to avoid being a victim of coronavirus shopping frenzy.
U.S. asks travelers for patience amid long lines at airports, why the Fed decided to cut interest rates now, and questions to ask before you travel within the U.S.
Health agencies tackle coronavirus epidemic with dwindling resources, before the virus hit women's college basketball game attendance was surging, and how to make virtual events not suck.
Life upended for Americans as U.S. scrambles to contain coronavirus, stocks crash amid pandemic panic, and New Jersey boy donates 1,000 sanitizer sprays to town amid coronavirus concerns.
U.S. to ban travel from Europe, NBA suspends season over coronavirus, and young people capitalize on cheap coronavirus flights.
Joe Biden takes key win in Michigan, stepping up the coronavirus fight, and why freaking out doesn't help.
Stocks fall more than 7% in worst day Since 2008, coronavirus shows no signs of slowing its spread in the U.S., and finding the positive in all the outbreak news.
Efforts to battle coronavirus escalate around the globe, California Sen. Kamala Harris endorses Joe Biden, and you might be buying a hand sanitizer that won't work for coronavirus.
Why some workers may not be able to avoid the coronavirus, how short workouts are cutting gym time, and how snow it screwing up ice-fishing season.
Coronavirus cases surge across U.S., Elizabeth Warren ends White House bid, and North Carolina woman who turns 100 gets unique birthday wish.
California declares emergency over coronavirus, stocks rally on Super Tuesday results, and Alex Trebek says 'anything is possible' in heartwarming video 1 year after cancer diagnosis.
Results and reaction from Super Tuesday, tornadoes kill at least 25 in Tennessee, and here's what the Fed's surprise interest rate cut means for mortgage rates.
U.S. coronavirus death toll climbs to six, moderate Democrats consolidate around Joe Biden ahead of Super Tuesday, and Pennsylvania women find out they're sisters after 17 years of friendship.
Pete Buttigieg ends Democratic presidential bid, coronavirus cases mount as second person dies in U.S., and how scammers could use coronavirus scare to steal your money.
Why are eight million Americans crowdfunding their healthcare, self-driving cars could become the living rooms of the future, and bizarre facts about leap day.
Are we handling the coronavirus correctly, police identify victims, shooter in Milwaukee brewery shooting, and mom forgets kids when driving kids to school.
Gunman kills five at Molson Coors plant, governments ramp up preparations for coronavirus pandemic, and glass is back.
Bernie Sanders gets attacked at latest debate, CDC warns it expects coronavirus to spread in the United States, and how to get better sleep by tweaking your phone habits.
Dow Industrials closes down 1,000 Points, Kobe Bryant gets a last farewell on his home court, and eating a bigger breakfast, smaller dinner helps burn more calories.
Fear of coronavirus pandemic grows, why Philadelphia could help decide the 2020 election, and the average American's credit card debt.
How can the cruise industry control the negative impact of coronavirus, does Pete Buttigieg still idolize Bernie Sanders, and the health benefits of a random act of kindness.
The President berated intelligence chief over report Russia wants him re-elected, Roger Stone sentenced to three years and four months in prison, and Americans are more concerned about the flu than new coronavirus.
Democrats take aim at Michael Bloomberg at latest debate, two Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers die from coronavirus, and how did driver Ryan Newman survive that NASCAR crash at Daytona.
President Trump hands out pardons, how will Mike Bloomberg handle his first debate, and off-duty officers stop a robbery when a masked man intrudes on their date night.
Head of hospital dies in coronavirus epicenter, Boy Scouts of America files bankruptcy in wake of abuse lawsuits, and shopper uses grocery cart to stop thief.
U.S. passengers depart cruise ship quarantined over coronavirus, floods could hit Mississippi capital, and 6-year-old girl finds note with $100 at grocery store.
Pete Buttigieg stakes out a unique space in the Democratic field, how to stop worrying, and some 70,000 Valentines sent to 104-year-old in tribute to military veterans.
China reports 5,000 new coronavirus cases, Attorney General says tweets make it impossible for him to do his job, and stolen wedding album turns up on Philadelphia commuter train.
Coronavirus deaths, cases leap in China, Democrats demand probe of President Trump's role in Roger Stone case, and get in your application to be an astronaut.
Bernie Sanders wins New Hampshire primary, prosecutors quit Roger Stone case after Justice Department seeks less prison time, and dog alerts Michigan family to carbon monoxide leak inside home.
Democrats make last pitches in New Hampshire, coronavirus death toll surges as fears grow for Chinese economy, and social media linked to mental distress in teenagers.
Democrats turn combative on the eve of the New Hampshire primary, why the U.S. is lagging behind on cyber security and the three digit number that could predict if you will get divorced.
How the caucuses were an economic windfall for Iowa, what having a mixer in your kitchen means about where you are in life and why high-tech companies are employing old-school orchestras.
Democrats call for Iowa caucus recanvass, President Trump says he "went through hell" during impeachment and the memes that will make or break the Oscars.
Senate acquits Trump on both impeachment articles, Biden says he's "not going anywhere" after poor showing in Iowa and why being good at mental math could score you free food in New York City.
Trump touts economy, ignores impeachment at State of the Union address, the two groups of Americans most likely to be audited by the IRS and why the gender of your razor is becoming less important.
Iowa caucus results delayed by apparent app issue, coronavirus cases rise above 20,000 in China, and texting and scrolling on touchscreens has sent pedestrian injuries soaring by 800 percent.
Chinese markets plunge as rising virus death toll fuels fears of global growth, Democrats urge Iowans to caucus today and the backlash brewing against phantom hotel fees.
Wild cards in the 2020 election, collectors are spending thousands on video games they will never play, and the Super Bowl ref back after infamous blown call in 2019.
Why age of voters could be a key factor in Iowa, State Department urges against travel to China, and best and worst cities for football fans.
Key moments from day one of the question-and-answer phase, the scramble for 2nd place in Iowa, and why are Super Bowl tickets so expensive.
President Trump's legal team wraps up, drugmakers are rushing to create and test a coronavirus vaccine, and the punting family dynasty.
Trump's defense soldiers past Bolton revelations, Supreme Court allows Trump to implement income-based restrictions on immigration, and the most balanced team in the Super Bowl isn't the favorite.
NBA superstar Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash, more cases of coronavirus confirmed in U.S, and memorable quotes from Kobe Bryant.
When titles are tarnished by cheating but not taken away, myths and misconceptions about the nation's vaping illness crisis, and restaurants are all in on plant-based burgers.
Democrats say abuse of power warrants President's removal, China shuts down transport, temples as virus death toll rises to 25, and younger generations are lonelier and social media doesn't help.
Democrats present their case for Trump's removal, why not a single Republican is poised to vote to convict Trump, and scientists discover why stress turns hair white.
Senate passes impeachment trial rules, first U.S. case reported of deadly Wuhan virus, and 'Falling iguana' alert issued in Florida.
White House calls impeachment charges dangerous, why US troops were defenseless when Iran attacked, and these are the laziest states in America.
A deadly weekend of shootings around the country, why McDonald's isn't jumping on the plant-based bandwagon and why you should take a 2nd look before pouring a cup of coffee this morning.
Using technology to fix the impeachment process, hackers on the other side of the world can take control of your vehicle, and how the world has changed since the last time the Chiefs were in the Super Bowl.
Trump impeachment trial begins, 11 US troops treated for injuries after Iran missile attack, and why are US adults drinking more.
House sends impeachment case to Senate for trial, Democratic candidates Sanders and Warren on the outs, and oldest Indiana state employee retires.
Democratic candidates battle in the latest debate, Senate impeachment trial likely to start next Tuesday, and the virtuous midlife crisis.
U.S. calls Pensacola attack terrorism, Russian hackers targeted Ukrainian company at center of impeachment, and LSU is tops in college football.
Iran faces growing criticism at home, U.S. officials defend the decision to kill Iranian General, and another reminder to not idle your car in winter.
After school shootings are an overlooked danger, what investors should be wary of in times of geopolitical turmoil, and how girls are saving high school wrestling.
Officials believe Ukraine plane was shot down by Iran, House votes to rein in Trump's war powers, and how to improve sleep apnea.
U.S. and Iran back away from open conflict, why Senate Democrats want Nancy Pelosi to send over the articles of impeachment, and are you ready for fake pork.
Iran fires missiles at U.S. forces in Iraq, Ukrainian airliner crashes after take-off killing all 176 aboard, and Pennsylvania girl reunited with doll that helped through brain surgeries.
U.S. adds troops to Mideast as Iranians call for revenge, John Bolton says he will testify in Senate impeachment trial if subpoenaed, and why you are eating more junk food.
President Trump threatens Iran with more retaliation, multiple dead and dozens hurt as crash shuts down 86 miles of Pennsylvania Turnpike, and Australian bushfires spark global knitting frenzy.
Despite a crackdown on sales of vaping products, college kids are finding a safe haven to vape on campus, six steps to a safer digital life in 2020 and the case against protecting your smartphone.
U.S. strike ordered by Trump kills Iranian military leader, vaping voters can sway the election, and the number of days it takes to turn a resolution into a habit.
Militia supporters retreat from U.S. embassy site in Iraq, North Korea's Kim touts strategic weapon amid stall in talks, and Michigan restaurant server gets $2,020 tip.
New Year's Day - New Year's resolutions for managers, a Brooklyn company is on a mission to make the world less trashy, and what to do in 2020.
Suspect in stabbing attack at rabbi's home charged with federal hate crimes, myths and misconceptions about the nation's 2019 vaping illness crisis, and New Year's resolutions for managers.
Shooter among two dead in Texas church attack, suspect in knife rampage at rabbi's home appears to have acted alone, and the old-school TV tactics that make 'The Mandalorian' tick.
How tribalism corrupts our democracy, the must-have qualification for baseball's newest managers, and the greatest innovations of the past decade.
Plane with 100 onboard crashes in Kazakhstan, stocks hit fresh highs as Nasdaq crosses 9000, and more reasons to drink coffee.
Senator Lisa Murkowski calls for impartiality on impeachment, record online sales give U.S. holiday shopping season a boost, and baby born on Christmas morning on New Hampshire highway.
(Christmas Day) - Retailers are in a never-ending arms race with Amazon, all Mrs. Claus wants for Christmas is pay equity, and surprising Christmas facts.
More battles over the Senate impeachment trial, why robocallers love gift cards, and clothing sizes are broken.
Nancy Pelosi to delay sending impeachment articles to Senate, House passes North American Trade Pact, and do you have Christmas tree syndrome.
8 In 10 Americans say politics are the biggest source of stress in life, how hard it is pleasing Star Wars fans, and how to give the gift of a better job this Christmas.
Nancy Pelosi to delay sending impeachment articles to Senate, House passes North American Trade Pact, and do you have Christmas tree syndrome.
House votes to impeach President Trump, court rules Affordable Care Act's individual insurance mandate is unconstitutional, and why holiday travel drives us crazy.
President Trump denounces House Democrats, secretive surveillance court rebukes FBI over handling of wiretapping, and why Americans say politics are the biggest source of stress.
More on-the-fence Democrats back impeachment, tornadoes sweep across southeastern U.S., and how the 1% scrubs its image online.
Partisan impeachment battle heats up, dysfunction in the FBI outlined in a new report, and how to be happier at work.
How skyrocketing drug prices are causing some people to go to extremes, what to watch out for when you use Airbnb or Uber and the do's and don'ts of the holiday office party.
Boris Johnson wins big in U.K. election, Trump agrees to limited trade deal with China and the do's and don'ts for buying a gift for your boss.
Lawmakers begin debating impeachment articles against President Trump, how the USMCA could provide a cushion for the U.S. economy and the 5 money hacks hiding in your wallet.
New Jersey kosher store is targeted in attack that leaves six dead, breaking down the next steps after Democrats introduce articles of impeachment and why the mall Santa has been replaced by "video chat Santa."
Justice watchdog highlights FBI failures, but says Russia probe was justified, House Democrats ready at least two articles of impeachment and how many hundreds of dollars we'll likely spend over the holidays.
Shooting at a Navy Base in Florida is being probed as terrorism, why wages aren't growing faster in this red hot job market and why some people hang pickles on their Christmas tree.
Why health care costs continue to dog us, the science behind how LSU is winning...in the weight room and how to spark joy with your holiday gifts.
Pelosi says Democrats will draw up articles of impeachment against President Trump, how sly travelers cut their airfares in half and why cell phone related injures are on the rise.
A U.S. Navy sailor shoots two at Pearl Harbor base, ideas on how to solve the continuing crisis in health care and creative ways to use burn off your remaining FSA money.
House impeachment committee says Trump abused his office, why America's parents can't get affordable child care and how to prevent "porch pirates" this holiday season.
Winter storm hits Northeast, continues to disrupt holiday travel, House Republicans' report defends Trump in impeachment probe, and Pittsburgh Steelers' James Conner shares special moment with fan battling rare cancer.
Winter weather blamed for seven deaths heads for the Northeast, Trump administration to skip impeachment hearing, and South Korea wants its Sumo wrestlers to slim down.
At Harvard, an admissions scandal that unfolded out in the open, as financial aid confusion grows, parents consider drastic measures, and should you buy a Christmas tree right after Thanksgiving.
Finding a home in the ashes of a town consumed by fire, women are sick of doing this at the office, and Black Friday 2019 freebies.
Happy Thanksgiving - Is vaping safer than smoking, how unpredictable work hours turn families upside down, and the Thanksgiving dishes no one likes.
White House budget official raised legal concerns about Ukraine aid, heavy snow and wind could slam the brakes on Thanksgiving travel, and families are inviting shelter dogs over for Thanksgiving dinner.
U.S. judge backs House subpoena for ex-White House counsel's testimony, President Trump's financial records are safe for now, and Thanksgiving turkeys are the cheapest they've been in 9 years.
Democrats signal impeachment will move to next stage, Navy Secretary Richard Spencer forced to resign, and why your phone is making you overspend.
How to keep schools safe, why employees should not talk politics, and families are inviting shelter dogs over for Thanksgiving dinner.
Fiona Hill pushes back on theory of Ukraine election interference, Israel's Netanyahu is indicted on bribery and fraud charges, and WHO warns adolescents get too little exercise as screen time prevails.
A look at Gordon Sondland's mixed bag impeachment hearing, break down of the latest Democratic debate, and which college graduates make the most.
Latest round of testimony for the impeachment hearings, Jeffrey Epstein's jail guards charged with conspiracy, and bagel store manager drives 7 hours to return customer's lost keys.
President Trump may consider testifying in the impeachment probe, who is Elise Stefanik, and the hottest toys for the holiday season.
10 shot, four killed at family gathering in Fresno, California, what could we expect from this week's impeachment hearings, a 9-year-old is collecting bottles to help pay kid's cleft lip and cleft palate repairs.
Inside football's campaign to save the game, how to steer clear of holiday shopping scams, and how umbrellas are upending hundreds of years of tradition in the Marine Corps.
School shooting leaves two dead in Southern California, Pelosi says Trump's withholding of Ukraine aid amounted to bribery, and get good deals on these cars with high inventory.
Recapping day 1 of public impeachment hearings, President Trump meets with Turkey's leader, and tips for driving in snow without being a dangerous jerk.
Previewing the public impeachment hearings, Supreme Court hears arguments on Trump decision to end DACA, and more borrowers are going underwater on car loans.
Democrats release new batch of testimony from Trump impeachment, U.S. Supreme Court to hear Trump bid to end safeguards for immigrant Dreamers, and Jeopardy!'s Alex Trebek gets emotional after contestant's message.
How will the GOP back Trump during impeachment hearings, how to identify and prevent suicide among veterans, and facts to know about Veterans Day.
These counties backed every President since Reagan, the physical and mental toll financial stress takes on our bodies, and how close are we to seeing flying cars.
State Department official says Giuliani spread 'lies' about Ukraine envoy, Trump must pay $2 Million in settlement of suit over foundation, and 3 reasons you should ask for a raise.
The first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry set to begin next week, how fears of a recession have subsided after a scary summer and why a Virginia cheer dad went viral.
Democrats claim victory over Trump-backed Kentucky governor, Mexico rejects help after U.S. Mormons murdered, and the fight over college counseling at elite high schools.
White House officials fail to appear for impeachment inquiry testimony, U.S. leaves Paris Climate Agreement, and the ballooning holiday debt.
President Trump's allies ramp up efforts to unmask whistleblower, what will stop California's wildfires, and helpful tips to combat those seasonal blues.
Wildfires are pushing Californians out of state, helping your kids navigate the digital world, and the marathon star who wins with his arms.
Impeachment resolution passes House, Islamic State vows revenge against the United States, and Apple's new streaming service launches.
House to vote on Trump impeachment resolution, more fires sprout in California, and who decorates for Christmas, before Halloween.
Democrats introduce resolution formalizing impeachment inquiry procedures, Southern California firefighters brace for resurgence of extreme winds, and why fewer Americans are giving money to charity.
House to vote on a road map for its impeachment inquiry, California wildfires drives more evacuations, and heroic dog wounded in al-Baghdadi raid.
Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died in U.S. raid, former Michigan Congressman John Conyers dies at 90, and North Carolina man wins $200G lottery prize on way to last chemotherapy treatment.
How to identify and prevent suicide among veterans, where women fall behind at work, and college football coaches vs. governors.
Justice Department turns Russia probe into criminal investigation, Democrats defend private interviews in impeachment probe, and American vending machines are getting healthier.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley from Missouri joins Gordon Deal to talk about his social media proposal and the United States' future in Syria.
Fed up with impeachment hearings, Republicans storm a closed-door meeting, Trump lifts sanctions, and there's a scientific reason you crave junk food.
Diplomat says Ukraine aid was tied to Biden dirt, Russia takes advantage as U.S. leaves Syria, and fast-food chains heat up breakfast fight.
President Trump unloads over Syria, impeachment, Doral controversies, four drug firms reach $260 million settlement in opioid epidemic case, and decluttering books are cluttering our bookshelves.