Associated Press Episodes
The Senate is set to vote on dueling proposals to end the government shutdown, a Republican one that would give Trump money for the wall and one from Democrats that would re-open government through February 8, with no wall money.
A man charged with kidnapping a 23-year-old woman in Boston has been ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation.
Several dozen protesters rallied outside the federal courthouse in Washington, DC to support Iran's Press TV anchorwoman Marzieh Hashemi, who is reportedly being held by U.S. federal authorities as a 'material witness.'
A 3-year-old North Carolina boy last seen playing at his grandmother's home has been missing since Tuesday afternoon.
Phoenix police say a licensed practical nurse has been arrested on a charge of sexual assault of an incapacitated woman who gave birth last month at a long-term health care facility.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders declined to "get into hypotheticals" when asked if President Donald Trump would support a bill in the Senate reopening government through Feb. 8, with no wall money, to give bargainers time to talk.
Alec Baldwin has pleaded guilty to harassing a man during a dispute over a parking spot last fall. The 60-year-old actor appeared in a New York City courtroom Wednsday.
Alexis Mabille brought a spectrum of colors to Place Vendome for his spring-summer 2019 couture show, titled 'Rainbow Splash.'
The Chanel haute couture show went ahead despite the snow in Paris and the absence of Karl Lagerfeld.
Before 'Twilight' actor Jackson Rathbone was busy being a vampire, he put on a high pitched voice to score a role on 'Disney 411.'
British actress Michaela Coel was so overcome with nerves for her first ever audition that she decided not to go - and still got the role.
David Boreanaz says remembering his early auditions as a struggling actor keeps him 'humble.'
The National Weather Service posted a winter storm warning through noon Wednesday for areas of Wisconsin. Meteorologists expect heavy snow to be followed by single digit temperatures. Other Midwest states are dealing with icy roads.
Alan Alda will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild on Sunday to celebrate a career that includes multiple Emmy awards, an Oscar nomination and social activism over nearly seven decades.
Singer Celine Dion sat front row at the Alexandre Vauthier couture show in Paris and hugged the designer during the finale, dressed in a slinky gown from the new collection
A South Korean man who was deported from the United States to South Korea in 2016 is suing the Seoul government and a private adoption agency over what he calls gross negligence.
Here's the latest for Wednesday January 23rd: Senate plans votes on GOP, Dem shutdown proposals; Big opposition protests planned in Venezuela; L.A. teachers end strike; Winter weather in Midwest.
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren promised to help rebuild Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and support laws to give the U.S. territory equal treatment and debt relief. Warren visited the island on Tuesday.
Florida Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott blame Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for the partial US federal government shutdown. The senators claim Pelosi is looking for a complete surrender from President Trump.
Thousands of parents and children cross the U.S.-Mexico border monthly, an increasing wave of migration that is vastly straining government resources ill-equipped to manage the crush of families.
Los Angeles teachers have approved a contract deal between their union and school officials, ending a six-day strike in the nation's second-largest district.
Highlights of Today in History: Accord reached in Vietnam; North Korea seizes the U.S.S. Pueblo; Roots airs; Bob Keeshan dies; Johnny Carson dies.
The brother of the an American man being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying said on Tuesday that the charges of spying that his brother is accused of are ludicrous.
U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota is calling for an end to the partial federal government shutdown and blames President Donald Trump for what she calls the "cruel, hateful ideology that is at the core of it."
Top White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says that the partial government shutdown will not have an adverse impact on the economy, and he predicts an immediate "snapback" after the president and congressional Democrats come to an agreement on...
A Kentucky Catholic boys' school shut down its campus on Tuesday as a small protest was held outside their diocese as fallout continued over an encounter between white teenagers, Native American marchers and a black religious sect last week.
In Colorado, snow and icy roads shut down schools in some Denver suburbs and military installations. Blowing snow shut down highways Tuesday on Colorado's Eastern Plains, stranding truckers and other travelers at the edge of the Denver area.
Chef and restaurateur Jose Andres gave a tour Tuesday of his relief kitchen to feed furloughed federal workers to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress, and said the shutdown is causing "true food humanitarian emergency."
University of Oklahoma students are demanding action from campus administrators after video of a now-former student wearing blackface and using a racial epithet got attention online.
Here's the latest for Tuesday January 22: China demands US drop Huawei extradition request; McConnell says Dems should get behind bill; Supreme Court allows military transgender ban; Octogenarian “Octopus Whisperer" interacts with a 40 pound octopus.
The Trump administration can go ahead with its plan to restrict military service by transgender men and women while court challenges continue, the Supreme Court said Tuesday.
Three men were charged with plotting to attack a rural upstate New York Muslim community with explosives, authorities said Tuesday.
The association that represents the nation's FBI agents is warning of financial hardships and plummeting morale in the face of the federal government's partial shutdown that has lasted more than 30 days.
Students and teachers from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school in Florida, where 17 died during a shooting on Valentine's Day last year have written a raw, poignant book about living through the tragedy.
A tentative deal was reached Tuesday between Los Angeles school officials and the teachers union that will allow educators to return to classrooms after a six-day strike against the nation's second-largest district, officials said.
Firefighters in Olathe, Kansas rescued a deer that fell through ice and was stuck in five feet of water. After being dragged to shore, the deer ran off, apparently uninjured.
A former US Marine, being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying, appeared in court on Tuesday to hear the appeal of his arrest. It was Paul Whelan's first public appearance since his arrest at the end of December.
Michael Shannon landed his first ever part in high school, although he never got to show off his skills.
"Roma" and "The Favourite" lead the Academy Awards nominations with ten each, while Netflix and Marvel score their first best picture nods.
Bon Jovi's restaurant gives free meals to furloughed workers; Celine Dion announces London festival date; Celebrities attend Dior's circus-themed couture show.
Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo declared a state of emergency for Newport County, because natural gas problem forced a utility to shut down service and leave roughly 7,100 homes and businesses with no heat during extremely frigid weather.
Kate Beckinsale, Olivia Palermo attend the latest Giambattista Valli show in Paris, whose collection paid tribute to the original masters of high fashion.
Karlie Kloss, Kristin Scott Thomas and Kat Graham were among the stars attending the Dior haute couture show set in a circus tent with acrobats on the side.
Here's the latest for Tuesday January 22nd: Senate Republicans introduce plan to reopen government; Dozens killed in attack on Afghan military base; Plane crash in Ohio kills 2; Man shot dead in Illinois mall.
Authorities say two people are dead after a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff from a privately owned airfield in rural northeastern Ohio. The plane hit the ground close to a house, 50 miles south of Cleveland.