Coroner: Leader of Large Organic Food Scheme Dies by Suicide
A coroner says a Missouri man blamed for running the largest organic food fraud scheme in U.S. history has died by suicide, days after he was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
Planned Parenthood Leaves Federal Family Planning Program
"We will not be bullied into withholding abortion information from our patients," said McGill Johnson. "Our patients deserve to make their own health care decisions, not to be forced to have Donald Trump or Mike Pence make those decisions for them."
Warren Apologizes for Heritage Claim, Woos Native Americans
As of Monday, her campaign website's page containing a video and other materials Warren had released on the DNA analysis was no longer active.
Public Invited To Vote On New York License Plate Design
New York officials are asking the public to help choose a new license plate design.
Jack Whitaker, Hall of Fame Sports Broadcaster, Dies at 95
Jack Whitaker, whose Hall of Fame broadcasting career ranged from the first Super Bowl to Secretariat's Triple Crown died Sunday morning, CBS reported.
Gun Control Advocates Call for New Gun Laws at Rallies
Gun control advocates rallied around the country this weekend, seeking to pressure Congress to tighten the nation's gun laws....
After Amash Dumped Trump, His District May Do Same to Him
Amash won re-election last year by 11 percentage points — half the margin he had two years earlier and one of his closest races since taking office.
Trump Economic Adviser Plays Down Fears of Looming Recession
Kudlow says consumers are seeing higher wages and are able to spend and save more. He calls such a scenario "an ideal situation.
At Least 13 People Arrested at Portland, Oregon, Protest
Police arrested at least 13 people and seized metal poles, bear spray and other weapons Saturday as hundreds of far-right protesters and anti-fascist counter-demonstrators swarmed downtown Portland, Oregon.
NY Men Sentenced For Plotting To Attack Muslim Community
Two of four young men arrested for plotting to attack an upstate New York Muslim community with homemade explosives have been sentenced to four to 12 years.
Earnhardt Takes Weekend Off After Plane Crash Near Bristol
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will take the weekend off from broadcasting to be with his wife and daughter after the three were in a plane crash landing Thursday.
Groovy: Woodstock Fans Flock To Concert Site For Anniversary
Woodstock fans are expected to get back to the garden to mark the 50th anniversary of the generation-defining festival.
Order Sought To Let Unvaccinated NY Students Attend School
A judge in New York has declined to immediately rule on whether to let unvaccinated children go back to school.
Flurry of Suits Emerge as NY Opens Door to Old Abuse Claims
"Now it's their turn. Now it's their time," he told The Associated Press Monday. "And I want them to get everything they deserve in the way of punishment."
AP Source: Epstein Jail Guards Suspected of Falsifying Logs
Attorney General William Barr has expressed outrage that Epstein was able to take his own life Saturday while under the care of the federal Bureau of Prisons, the jail's parent agency that was already facing criticism.
CNN Backs Chris Cuomo After Caught-On-Video Confrontation
CNN says it completely supports anchor Chris Cuomo after he was seen on video threatening to push a man down some stairs during a confrontation.
Democratic Candidates Blame Trump, NRA for Inaction on Guns
Harris joined Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and former Housing Secretary Julian Castro in calling for the big-box store to end its gun sales.
Biden is Still the Democrat to Beat, But Rivals See Weakness
"He has been durable," said David Axelrod, a longtime political strategist for President Barack Obama. "The question is whether that durability is because we aren't fully geared into the race or whether there are inherent strengths there."
Officials: Jeffrey Epstein Dies by Suicide in Jail Cell
Financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges in New York, officials said Saturday.
McConnell says Senate Will Consider Gun Background Checks
While many of the proposals have bipartisan support, Democrats are unlikely to agree to them without consideration of the more substantive background checks bill.