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The Supreme Court’s decision on whether federal law shields LGBT people from job discrimination could leave millions of gay and transgender workers vulnerable in parts of the U.S. without protections at the state or local level.
In a last-ditch effort to save spotted owls, federal officials are killing hundreds of barred owls in the hopes they can stave off their spotted cousins' potential extinction. This is the latest installment in the AP series, "What Can Be Saved?"
Several statues of Christopher Columbus, including one in San Francisco, were vandalized with red paint. The US holiday named for the explorer was celebrated on Monday.
Chicago teachers want district leaders to meet their demands just days before a threatened strike in the country's third-largest school district.
The SFX team at Peter Jackson's Weta discuss creating a completely digital version of Will Smith for new movie, "Gemini Man."
Ryan Blaney ensured he would advance in NASCAR'S playoffs with a win at Talladega. Blaney edged Ryan Newman in a photo finish.
The interim police chief says the Fort Worth, Texas, officer who shot a 28-year-old black woman inside her own home over the weekend resigned before he could be fired.
Here's the latest for Monday, Oct. 14th: President Trump says he'll impose sanctions on Turkey; Texas officer resigns after killing black woman; Parents of British teen killed in accident with diplomat's wife demand justice; Witches celebrate full...
Family members of a black Texas woman who was shot to death inside her home by a white police officer are calling for an independent investigation of her killing as well as the arrest and prosecution of the officer involved.
The parents of a motorcyclist killed in an accident with an American diplomat's wife are urging the alleged driver to return to Britain.
Two researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a third from Harvard University won the 2019 Nobel Prize in economics on Monday for groundbreaking research into what works and what doesn't in the fight to reduce global poverty.
Riot police charged at protesters outside Barcelona's airport Monday after 12 prominent Catalan separatists were sentenced to lengthy prison terms for their roles in a secession effort in 2017.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Devlin Hodges discusses his first NFL start after he helped direct a 24-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton and his coach Monty Williams discuss Ayton’s development in the offseason.
A Turkish military convoy carrying tanks and additional soldiers crossed into Syria Monday. Syrian troops, meanwhile, entered several northern towns and villages near the border as Turkey's army marched south, raising concerns of clashes.
Echoing President Donald Trump, Sen. Lindsey Graham said on Fox News Channel that the situation in Northern Syria was Erdogan's fault and Turkey would face "crippling sanctions" from the U.S. on its economy.
Police say they have communicated with the family of a woman fatally shot by a police officer in her Texas home, calling her death an "unspeakable loss."
Here's the latest for Monday October 14th: Syrian government troops move north; Former national security expert to be heard on impeachment inquiry; Officer who fatally shot woman in her home to be interviewed; Nobel prize in economics awarded.
The British government says it will end free movement from the EU in 2021 as part of post-Brexit immigration reforms. The plan was announced in the Queen's Speech, which outlines the programs of new Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government.
Dolly Parton is still out there working "9 to 5" after celebrating her 50th anniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member.
Paul Rudd, the star of new Netflix series "Living with Yourself," says "there are so many shows I haven't seen that I know are spectacular."
A former top National Security Council expert on Russia is testifying behind closed doors on Capitol Hill. She is the latest former Trump administration official to be subpoenaed as part of the House impeachment probe into the president.
Martin Scorsese, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro joke about the use of CGI in "The Irishman," used to turn the actors into younger versions of themselves.
Martin Scorsese talks about Marvel movies again, saying the experience they offer is “not cinema” but “something else.”
Democratic presidential candidates are readying themselves for their 4th debate in a chaotic political season. They're surrounded by unpredictable events and the deepening impeachment crisis of President Donald Trump.
Highlights of this day in history: Chuck Yeager breaks sound barrier; Britain's Battle of Hastings takes place; Martin Luther King, Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize; Former President Theodore Roosevelt shot; Singer Bing Crosby dies.
South Korean pop star Sulli found dead at home; Dolly Parton celebrates 50 years as Grand Ole Opry member; "Joker" tops U.S. box office for second week running.
Martin Scorsese's latest film, “The Irishman,” closed the London Film Festival, with the legendary director saying he was looking forward to a “nice little dinner and a few drinks” with stars Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.
Water still covered a road and the surrounding field in Kawagoe, Saitama, north of Tokyo on Monday, two days after a typhoon swept Japan.
Martin Scorsese's latest film, “The Irishman,” closed London Film Festival, with the legendary director saying he was looking forward to a “nice little dinner and a few drinks” with stars Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.
Top stories for Sunday, Oct. 13th: The U.S. appears to be moving toward a full military withdrawal from Syria; Officer kills woman in her Texas home; Cooler temperatures helping with Calif. wildfires; Sailboat runs on water, sun and hydrogen cells.
Kevin Smith reflects on his 25-year-career in Hollywood. The writer, director and actor says because he makes specific types of movies, he's never really judged against any other directors but himself.
A black woman was fatally shot by a white Fort Worth, Texas, officer inside her home early Saturday after police were called to the residence for a welfare check, authorities said.
Protesters in Hong Kong changed tactics and wreaked havoc by popping up in small, often destructive, groups in multiple locations across the city Sunday.
Jessye Norman's illustrious opera career, extraordinary artistry and humanitarian work was honored at her public funeral Saturday.
Here's a look at the top stories for Saturday, Oct. 12th: Tokyo area shuts down as typhoon lashes Japan; Gunman opens fire at church wedding; Four dead, three hurt in shooting in Brooklyn; Unseen orientalist collection goes on show for first time.
Highlights of this day in history: Cornerstone laid for what becomes the White House; Britain's Margaret Thatcher born; Boston wins baseball's first World Series; TV variety show host Ed Sullivan dies; Musician Paul Simon born.
In the more than four months of demonstrations that have shaken Hong Kong, one way that protesters and their supporters have made their voices heard is with message boards that have sprung up spontaneously on walkways and elsewhere.
Highlights of this day in history: Columbus lands in Americas; USS Cole bombed in Yemen; Soviet leader Khrushchev bangs shoe at UN; Blast rips Bali nightclub; Opera's Luciano Pavarotti born; Singer John Denver dies in plane crash.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says that while some residents are able to return to their homes, a wildfire that has forced thousands of people to evacuate will remain dangerous with strong winds continuing on Saturday.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg told a rally in Denver that young people must be prepared to keep striking to call for action on climate change - but she's encouraged by those joining the movement.
Jurors have sentenced a man to death for an attack at a Houston-area home that left six members of his ex-wife's family dead.
Tennessee fifth-year senior guard Lamonte' Turner discusses how he is working with coach Rick Barnes and assistant coach Kim English to develop into a quality leader.
The wildfire burning on the northern edge of Los Angeles has grown to more than 11 square miles but there is also some containment.
Jessye Norman's U.S. hometown has named a street for the late opera star.
President Donald Trump wouldn't say Friday what the red line would be triggering sanctions to be implemented against Turkey, responding only, 'we'll see." Trump also told reporters the U.S. is sending more troops and equipment to Saudi Arabia.
Country singer Mitchell Tenpenny helped to design a family room for cancer patients and their families in Nashville, Tennessee after his own father died of cancer.