Among 10 Things to Know: Alaska earthquake prompts tsunami warning; Hundreds of thousands of federal workers poised to return to work; Bill Cosby jokes in 1st show since 2015 he 'used to be' comedian
The government shutdown is over and hundreds of thousands of federal employees will be returning to work Tuesday—but with only a stopgap plan to fund the government in place until Feb. 8, they could end up furloughed again in the near future. In return for Democratic votes, Senate Majority...
Former wartime factory worker Naomi Parker Fraley has died at age 96, years after a discovery that brought her great joy: She's believed to have been the real-life inspiration for the iconic "Rosie the Riveter" poster. Michigan factory worker Geraldine Doyle, who died in 2010 , was long thought to have...
Ever been woken up by a rooster crowing in the morning and wonder why the roosters themselves don’t go deaf from their own crow? Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
It took the government shutting down to reinvigorate a little spirit of bipartisanship in the US Senate. But the truce only delayed the most fateful dilemma the President is yet to face in his presidency, on the issue that powered his political rise: immigration.
Britain's competition regulator has found that 21st Century Fox's planned takeover of Sky plc is not in the public interest because it would give Rupert Murdoch and his family too much control of the country's news media
Axios reports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at the urging of President Trump, has been pressuring FBI Director Christopher Wray to fire Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. CNN's Phillip Mudd and Jim Sciutto weigh in.
TV host Mike Rowe responds to critic who says he should be fired from his show on Discovery because of his 'ultra right-wing' views - even though he never publicly takes a political stance. #Tucker
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has struck down the boundaries of the state's 18 congressional districts, granting a major victory to plaintiffs who had contended the districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to benefit Republicans
The gun industry is holding its biggest annual trade show this week in Las Vegas just a few miles from where a gunman slaughtered 58 concertgoers outside his high-rise hotel suite in October
Twelve people, including eight soldiers, skiing on the slopes of a volcano in central Japan were injured Tuesday by flying rocks during a sudden eruption, officials said. One soldier later died