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Highlights of this day in history: Thomas Edison says he's invented the phonograph; Gap revealed on Nixon White House tape; Final victim dies in America's anthrax scare; Jonathan Pollard arrested; 'Anything Goes' opens on Broadway.
Britain's Prince Andrew is stepping away from his royal duties because of links with the late convicted sex offender Jeffery Epstein. An attorney who represents some of Epstein's victims says there should be more accountability.
Fifty years after a Native American takeover of Alcatraz, former occupiers returned to the island to remember the rights they fought for then and what's been accomplished since.
A Defense Department official is testifying that the Ukrainian embassy was asking questions about U.S. military assistance as far back as July 25, the day President Donald Trump asked Ukraine’s president to investigate Democrats.
Landon Donovan, who played in Major League Soccer and Mexico's Liga MX, discusses what to expect when the top stars from both leagues meet in the 2020 MLS All-Star Game on July 29 in Los Angeles.
The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday asked a federal judge in Oakland to block President Donald Trump from constructing a border wall with money obtained through his national emergency declaration.
A Wisconsin mail carrier is being stalked by a turkey that follows his truck while he makes his appointed rounds. He says it started over the summer and continues a week before Thanksgiving
An Alabama judge is ordering DNA testing for a man charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of the missing stepdaughter of a UFC heavyweight fighter.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, November 20: Sondland testifies he worked at the direction of Trump; President says impeachment should end; Prince Andrew steps back due to Epstein links; New York to consider ban on tackle football for younger kids.
Near the end of Wednesday's first impeachment hearing, Ambassador Gordon Sondland clashed with New York Rep. Sean Maloney about who would benefit from a Ukraine investigation of the Bidens. Sondland's reticent answer: President Donald Trump.
Police dashcam video shows the moment an Amtrak train smashed into a car parked over the train tracks in West Windsor, New Jersey late Tuesday night. The driver of the vehicle was not harmed.
The disgraced former mayor of Baltimore who resigned amid investigations into deals to sell her self-published children's books has been charged with fraud and tax evasion.
Authorities say a suspected bank robber shot a Chicago police officer in the head, badly wounding him, before another officer killed the suspect in a shootout in which a teenage bystander was wounded.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland says he never heard President Donald Trump say that military aid to Ukraine was conditioned on a public announcement by the Ukrainian president that the country was investigating Democrats.
The chair of Democratic National Committee speaks out on voter suppression at a summit discussion in Atlanta, the same day the Democratic candidate debates are due.
Republicans slammed Gordon Sondland, the U.S. Ambassador to the E.U., for omitting in his lengthy opening statement the details of a phone call he had with President Trump on September 9th during which Trump said there was no quid pro quo.
President Donald Trump is insisting that he wanted "nothing" from Ukraine and declared that impeachment hearings should be brought to an end. The president read from handwritten notes when speaking to reporters on his departure for Texas.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland told House impeachment investigators that he worked with Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine at the “express direction” of President Donald Trump. He said he pushed a “quid pro quo” with Kyiv because it was what Trump wanted.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and his counterpart, Rep. Devin Nunes, split sharply in their opening statements in Wednesday's impeachment hearing.