A woman on a flight from Los Angeles to Honolulu says passengers complained to American Airlines employees before takeoff that they were afraid of a passenger who was later arrested and charged with flight crew interference
A Western snowy plover chick that hatched on an Oregon beach this spring is the first of its species to emerge successfully in that area in more than 50 years
President Donald Trump's budget proposal to provide federal tax money for private-school scholarships is getting pushback from an unconventional source: groups known for promoting school-choice initiatives
Senators haven't ruled out holding the former national security adviser in contempt of Congress; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports from Washington
A British broadcaster has obtained security camera footage that it says police believe shows the suspect in the Manchester Arena bombing wearing a backpack that was used in the attack
Forecasters say the central Pacific region around Hawaii can expect a normal or slightly above-average hurricane season, depending largely on the presence of El Nino conditions
Today major tech news headlines include Microsoft's update of the Surface Pro flagship laptop, Uber pays its drivers owed wages and reports of Nest working on a 4K camera.
From The New York Times: The Islamic State claimed responsibility on its social media for an attack in Manchester that killed 22 people and wounded dozens more at a pop concert. Rukmini Callimachi, a foreign correspondent for The New York Times covering ISIS and Al Qaeda, analyzes ISIS’s online messages and explains what they mean.By: By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI and NILO TABRIZY. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2qWpUd3
Richard Clarke, former counter-terror advisor to past three presidents, reacts the current climate in Washington and how he judges the ongoing investigation into Russia.
A South Dakota jury has acquitted a consultant of drug charges for his role in helping an American Indian tribe pursue a marijuana resort on tribal land.
The world's most famous sled dog race has lost a major backer, and Alaska race officials are blaming animal rights organizations for pressuring corporate sponsors like Wells Fargo outside the state
A western South Dakota high school won't let a student who has brain cancer to walk at graduation because she's six credits short of being able to graduate
Facebook is expanding its fundraising tools that let users ask friends and strangers to give them money to help pay for education, medical or other expenses.
Police say an afterschool fight between two high schoolers on a street near New York City's Theater District escalated to a stabbing that left four boys wounded
Advocacy group is suing the Department of Veterans Affairs, alleging the agency ignored a longstanding law when it changed contracting rules used for decades to give jobs to the blind