21,000 Residents In NYC Were Without Power Amid…

Con Edison said it expected to restore power for all its customers by Monday evening.

Gay couple sues over US refusal to recognize kid as citizen

A lawsuit filed by a same-sex couple in Georgia says the U.S. State Department is unconstitutionally refusing to recognize their daughter's rightful American citizenship

Equifax Agrees To Pay Up To $700M Settlement Over…

The September 2017 breach affected 147 million Americans.

Researchers: No new graves at former Florida reform school

Researchers studying underground anomalies at a former Florida Panhandle reform school known for horrific abuse and dozens of unmarked graves say recently discovered earth disturbances don't contain human remains

Vatican Places Sanctions On Retired W. Va Bishop…

​The sanctions were ordered by Pope Francis and prohibit the Bishop from residing in his former diocese and taking part in public ministry.

Deadly 2018 Amtrak crash caused by safety…

Federal officials are meeting to discuss what caused an Amtrak train to divert into a side track in South Carolina last year and slam into a parked train, killing two crew members and injuring more than 100 passengers

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Florida Sheriff Will Investigate Monitoring Of…

Epstein is accused of engaging in inappropriate sexual acts during his 13-month jail sentence.

Judge orders improvements at county jail in Georgia

A U.S. judge has ordered officials in a metro Atlanta county to improve conditions at a local jail where women with mental health problems say they are subject to prolonged solitary confinement

Tens of Millions Of People Endure Extreme Heat…

More than 126 million people were under excessive heat warnings on Saturday.

Man pleads guilty to vandalizing Cape Hatteras…

The National Park Service says a North Carolina man has pleaded guilty to vandalizing the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse by carving into its bronze door with a pocketknife

DOJ Starts Releasing First Of Nearly 3,100…

The Justice Department has been criticized about being slow to put the new criminal justice reform law into practice.

Cause of oilfield wastewater spills in North Dakota unknown

Health officials still doesn't know the cause of a pair of pipelines spills last week that leaked oilfield wastewater

CEO: Schools reject offer to pay students' late…

A company CEO says a school board president has rejected his offer to pay overdue lunch bills in a district that warned parents their children could end up in foster care if they didn't pony up

School lawyer: Despite birth certificate, Grimm…

A lawyer for a Virginia school board is arguing that gender is not a "societal construct" in rejecting the legal challenge of Gavin Grimm, a transgender man who sued over his high school's bathroom policy

Tornado hits Cape Cod as thunderstorms break the…

A tornado that tore across Cape Cod has put an exclamation mark on a wave of storms that broke the heat in the Northeast and Midwest

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Extremist reported by family pleads guilty to gun charge

A man whose relatives reported concerns about his behavior and far-right extremist rhetoric after last year's Pittsburgh synagogue massacre has pleaded guilty to a federal gun charge

Guilty plea in fraud case; megachurch pastor…

A Louisiana investment adviser has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a $3.5 million case that also involves a minister who was once a spiritual adviser to former President George W. Bush

Avenatti: Trump aims Justice Department at…

Michael Avenatti told reporters President Donald Trump is the real criminal after the California attorney appeared at a New York hearing on charges he cheated porn star Stormy Daniels of book proceeds

Agreement affirms North Carolina transgender…

A federal judge has approved a legal settlement affirming transgender people's right to use restrooms matching their gender identity in many North Carolina public buildings

Ex-Flynn business partner convicted of illegal…

A jury has convicted a one-time business partner of former national security adviser Michael Flynn on charges he illegally acted as a Turkish agent when he and Flynn undertook a project to discredit an exiled cleric wanted by Turkey's government

CEO Tries to Pay Kids' Lunch Debt, Is Refused

In Todd Carmichael's eyes, it's another outrageous turn in an already outrageous story. The CEO of La Colombe coffee says that he wants to pony up $22,467.76 to wipe out the school-lunch debts of kids within the Wyoming Valley West School District—a Pennsylvania district that famously threatened...

Ex-Virginia governor says harassment probe was…

The nation's first elected African-American governor says he's the victim of an "unsound" and "biased" investigation of alleged sexual harassment.

Turkish banker released from US prison in sanctions case

A Turkish banker convicted of helping Iran evade economic sanctions has been released from a U.S. prison

Florida lawmaker: Look into Epstein work release…

A Florida state senator known as a champion for child sexual abuse victims asked Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday to authorize a state investigation into the circumstances of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's freedom to leave jail on work release.

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Male nominees to service academies outnumber…

An analysis shows the percentage of female students nominated by members of Congress for admission to U.S. service academies has been rising, but men are still put forward at numbers nearly three times higher than women

Videos of water being dumped on police officers create stir

Videos of people dousing New York City police officers with water have sparked outrage and led police officials to urge the force not to tolerate the behavior

Jury convicts former business partner of Michael Flynn on charges of conspiracy, acting as a foreign agent

Jury convicts former business partner of Michael Flynn on charges of conspiracy, acting as a foreign agent