Mets Fine Callaway, Vargas After Run-In With Reporter
Two hours after Callaway initially met with a large group of media members and 70 minutes before first pitch in Philadelphia, Callaway clarified his remarks.
Tributes to Michael Jackson Flow on 10th Death Anniversary
Fans plan to gather at Jackson's last home in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, where the singer received a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol on the afternoon of June 25, 2019.
Stakes High for NBC News Ahead of 2-Night Democratic Debate
NEW YORK (AP) — Don't envy NBC News executive Rashida Jones, who is behind this week's inaugural Democratic presidential debate and will have to juggle 20 candidates, five news personalities and, it's likely, one tweeting president.
While the event is obviously importan…
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US in the World Cup Quarterfinals After 2-1 Win Over Spain
Megan Rapinoe converted a pair of penalty kicks and the United States set up a much-anticipated quarterfinal meeting with host France at the Women's World Cup with a 2-1 victory over Spain on Monday.
Flying Wallendas Safely Cross Times Square on High Wire
Two siblings from the famed Flying Wallendas safely crossed Times Square on a high wire strung between two skyscrapers 25 stories above the pavement.
Mets' Callaway, Vargas Have Confrontation with Reporter
New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway cursed at a reporter, and pitcher Jason Vargas had to be restrained from charging him during a confrontation in the team's clubhouse after a loss Sunday.
The Latest: 1 Killed, 10 Wounded in South Bend Shooting
The St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit says that one man has died and 10 other people were wounded by gunshots early Sunday at Kelly's Pub in South Bend.
Trump says He'd Rather Cace Biden, Isn't Prepared to Lose
Trump suggested Sunday that he wasn't prepared to lose his re-election bid. When asked specifically by "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, he responded, "No. Probably not."
Ethiopia Says Military Chief Killed, Regional Coup Failed
The soldiers attacked a building where a meeting of regional officials was taking place, said Nigussu Tilahun, a spokesman for the prime minister.
Judge in Sandy Hook Conspiracy Lawsuits Reports Threats
Judge Barbara Bellis wrote in a court filing Friday that the FBI contacted Connecticut State Police about the threats, and that state police notified her.
Amid Tough Talk, Trump says He Could Be Iran's 'Best Friend'
Trump also said "we very much appreciate" that Iran's Revolutionary Guard chose not to target a U.S. spy plane carrying more than 30 people.
Sentencing Looms in Charlottesville Attack; Man Seeks Mercy
Prosecutors also said that while Fields has a history of mental illness issues, it doesn't excuse his behavior in a way that would require a lenient sentence.
Explosions, Fire Rock US Oil Refinery; Gas Prices Could Rise
The fire broke out around 4 a.m., PES spokeswoman Cherice Corley said. Video showed the enormous orange blast bursting into the sky about 20 minutes later.
New Drug to Boost Women's Sex Drive Approved in US
The upside of the new drug "is that you only use it when you need it," "The downside is that it's a shot — and some people are very squeamish."
Kids Held by Border Patrol Describe Disturbing Conditions
"Everyone is sick. Everyone. They're using their clothes to wipe mucus off the children, wipe vomit off the children. Most of the little children are not fully clothed," she said.
NY Lawmakers Eye Decriminalization After Legal Pot Stalls
Lawmakers in New York state are considering a proposal to eliminate criminal penalties for public possession and use of marijuana.
Self-Help Guru Convicted in Lurid Sex-Trafficking Case
A jury in federal court in Brooklyn took less than five hours to find 58-year-old Keith Raniere guilty on all counts of sex-trafficking and coercing women into sex.