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National Memorial Day Concert aired from Los Angeles; Morgan Wallen apologizes after arrest; Prince Charles voices support for arts during a radio interview.
Low demand due to the pandemic has caused farmers to destroy crops and euthanize livestock at a time when demand is soaring at food banks. However, some states and the federal government have begun finding ways to get that food to the needy.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern felt an earthquake during a live TV interview Monday morning. The US Geological Survey says the magnitude 5.6 quake struck in the ocean about 62 miles northeast of Wellington.
Here's the latest for Monday May 25th: Beaches draw holiday weekend crowds; President Trump to observe Memorial Day; San Francisco fire hits fishing industry; Earthquake in New Zealand.
For Ahmaud Arbery, the young black man shot and killed in Georgia in February, running was about staying in shape and contemplating his next move. After some legal trouble that began in his teenage years, Arbery planned to become an electrician.
Some dancers in Indonesia are finding a way to keep their art and incomes alive during the new coronavirus pandemic. Two choreographers in Jakarta have given a traditional system for tipping artists, saweran, a modern twist -- posting videos of da...
Highlights of this day in history: "Star Wars" --- the classic sci-fi movie written and directed by George Lucas --- premieres; Former Enron execs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling are convicted of conspiracy and fraud; Comedian Jay Leno begins hi...
Here's the latest for Tuesday May 24th: Americans and Europeans soak up the sun amid new rules, White House goal on testing nursing homes unmet, UK PM on plans for schools reopening, students, SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch breaking new ground for ...
A shooting that erupted at a Florida beachside road where more than 200 people gathered and were seen partying and dancing despite pandemic restrictions on Saturday night left several people injured.
Highlights of this day in history: Samuel Morse opens America's first telegraph line; Four men sentenced for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing; Britain's Queen Victoria born; The Brooklyn Bridge opens; Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan born.
As the coronavirus upended commencement rituals across the country, Kim Gaddie and a small group of University of Oklahoma faculty wrote over 4,000 graduating seniors' names in chalk where students would have lined up for their ceremony.
Rain dampened the start of the holiday weekend in the northeastern U.S. on Saturday but in Texas a community beach was packed with people enjoying the outdoors after lockdown restrictions were eased across the state.
Here are the top stories for Saturday, May 23rd: Fire destroys San Francisco warehouse; Spain far-right demo against virus' govt handling; Funeral prayers of two victims of Pakistan crash; Thai scientists test COVID19 vaccine on monkeys.
A fire engulfed a warehouse on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf early Saturday, sending a thick plume of smoke over the waterfront and threatening to spread to a historic World War II-era ship before firefighters brought the flames under control.
Here's the latest for Saturday, May 23rd: Time running out on last US-Russia nuclear arms treaty; Debt and coronavirus push Hertz into bankruptcy protection; Turbulence, warnings before Pakistan plane crash; Americans prepare for Memorial Day week...
Yes, dice will roll, cards will be dealt and slot machines will beckon. But poker rooms? Closed. Tourists returning to Las Vegas will see changes since gambling stopped in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tasting rooms in famed Sonoma and Napa Counties are setting up new sanitizing and safety protocols as they prepare to reopen to the public after being closed the past two months due to coronavirus.
Two coyotes recently decided to serenade the city of San Francisco. A resident caught the pair on video Monday howling from a hilltop overlooking the city.
Joe Biden declared he "should not have been so cavalier" on Friday when he told a prominent black radio host that African Americans who back President Donald Trump "ain't black."