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Nearly 50,000 General Motors employees who've been on the picket line since September 16 will begin voting on a tentative contract on Saturday.
California is launching MyShake, a mobile app that will send out earthquake early warning alerts. Gov. Gavin Newsom and other officials announced the system Thursday, the 30th anniversary of the of the deadly Loma Prieta earthquake.
President Donald Trump toured a new Louis Vuitton leather workshop in Texas on Thursday before headlining a campaign rally in Dallas.
GOP Senate lawmakers reacted to Thursday's announced cease-fire in Syria, with the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voicing approval, but Sen. Mitt Romney blasting the administration and calling for hearings.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says a teacher strike could be settled "today" if the Chicago Teachers Union would negotiate with a seriousness and "sense of urgency."
A family business of West Virginia’s billionaire governor has maxed out a taxpayer-funded subsidy program meant to help farmers through the U.S. trade war with China.
The White House is confirming Donald Trump asked Ukraine's leader to investigate his country's role in meddling in the 2016 US presidential campaign. Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said withholding funding was "absolutely appropriate."
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says that "things have just gone from very, very bad to much, much worse" with the White House's acknowledgment that it held up military aid to Ukraine.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, Oct. 17th: Vice President Pence announces Turkey cease-fire in Syria; Chicago teachers go on strike; Lawmakers mourn the death of Congressman Elijah Cummings; A solar-powered car race in Australia.
President Donald Trump is crediting his threat of sanctions on Turkey as "tough love" that led the country to agree to a five-day cease-fire with Kurds in northern Syria. Touting the agreement, Trump said it's "a great day for civilization."
A prominent Detroit pastor is calling the late Rep. Elijah Cummings “a great American hero”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi greets Italian President Sergio Mattarella Thursday on Capitol Hill during the Italian president's five-day visit to the United States.
Vice President Mike Pence announced Thursday that Turkey has agreed to a cease-fire to allow the Kurdish forces it was battling to safely withdraw from an area in northern Syria.
Michael Jordan gets emotional after opening a $7 million medical center in Charlotte, N.C., that he and his family funded.
On the Northern Ireland border, people have gathered at crossing points, huddling together against the cold to demand that politicians protect a peace that suddenly seems in jeopardy.
The White House says it has chosen President Donald Trump's golf resort in Miami as the site for next year's G-7 summit. The announcement comes as the president has accused Joe Biden's family of profiting from his time in public office.
Chicago public school teachers say they're walking the picket lines to get more resources for students and smaller class sizes, not more money in their pockets. teachers. They went on strike Thursday after failing to reach a contract deal.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters President Donald Trump did not appreciate her questions on Syria and Russian President Vladimir Putin during their White House meeting Wednesday and that's what led to the president's "meltdown."
A white officer killing a black Fort Worth woman in her home has shattered the trust police have been trying to build with communities of color.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is "devastated" by the death of her "brother in Baltimore," Rep. Elijah Cummings, who died Thursday at age 68. She said Cummings lived the American dream and "wanted it for everyone else."
Democratic and Republican leaders in Washington expressed their condolences following the death of Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland. He died early Thursday at age 68.
Here are the top stories for Thursday, Oct. 17th: Congressman Elijah Cummings dies at 68; Pence and Pompeo in Turkey to push for a cease-fire in Syria; Sondland to testify in impeachment inquiry; CMT Artists of the Year awards show held.
A senior U.S. delegation led by Vice President Mike Pence pursued an uphill mission Thursday to persuade Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to call for a cease-fire in his fight with Kurdish forces in northern Syria.
Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, a sharecropper's son who rose to become the powerful chairman of one of the U.S. House commitees leading an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump has died. He was 68.
Stars of sequel "Zombieland: Double Tap" Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Woody Harrelson recall being amazed at Zoey Deutch's take on her character.
Highlights of this day in history: Arab oil embargo fuels energy crisis; Americans clinch revolutionary victory at Saratoga; Deadly quake hits northern California; Mobster Al Capone convicted of tax evasion; Playwright Arthur Miller born.
Young people with Down syndrome model top designers at fundraising Gigi’s Playhouse fashion show.
"Tarzan" actor Ron Ely's wife killed; son shot by deputies; Ronan Farrow books sells across Australia despite legal threat; Shonda Rhimes, iHeartMedia strike 3-year podcast deal.
Bruce Springsteen discusses new documentary "Western Stars" and writing new music, while his wife, fellow musician Patti Scialfa, reveals why she was so surprised when she watched the film.
At the CMTs, Thomas Rhett talks about being able to perform a song about his wife, who presented him with an award, while Hillary Scott recalls growing up with the "magic" shows of lifetime achievement winner Reba McEntire.
"Jojo Rabbit" writer-director Taika Waititi says he felt "shame and embarrassment" seeing himself for the first time in costume as Adolf Hitler. In the World War II satire, Waititi plays a boy's imagined version of the murderous Nazi leader.
Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin talks about having a big role in the Washington Redskins offense.
Vice President Mike Pence departs for Turkey to undertake arguably his most significant mission yet, seeking to halt a weeklong assault on Syrian Kurds begun after President Donald Trump withdrew U.S. forces from northern Syria.
Here are the top stories for Wednesday, Oct. 16th: Trump gets House rebuke U.S. troop withdrawal; Pompeo aide testifies in impeachment inquiry; Chicago teachers strike appears imminent; GM workers strike nearing an end.
Chicago's mayor says the city's public school teachers will strike on Thursday and classes are canceled. The union and the city have been haggling over several issues, including salary, class size and the number of support staff.
Brexit may cause a smoldering conflict to flare up especially if there are renewed customs and passport controls along the now-invisible border between EU member Ireland and the U.K.’s Northern Ireland after Britain leaves the European Union.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel says switching quarterbacks to Ryan Tannehill is an attempt to spark a struggling offense. Tannehill says he’s excited about starting again.
With the Turkish assault in its eighth day, Turkish forces and Kurdish fighters were still battling heavily Wednesday over the border town of Ras al-Ayn.
House Republicans say Speaker Nancy Pelosi's actions were "unbecoming," after walking out of a White House briefing with President Donald Trump on Turkey. Democrats said Trump insulted Pelosi, calling her a "third-rate politician."
Top Congressional Democrats walked out of a meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House, accusing him of throwing insults and having a “meltdown," but no plan.
The new Lifetime film “Patsy and Loretta” highlights the often unexplored friendship between two of country music’s most powerful voices.
The House has overwhelmingly voted its bipartisan condemnation of President Donald Trump's withdrawal of American forces from northern Syria. Democrats and Republicans banded together and approved a nonbinding resolution by 354-60 vote.
A Utah trooper is being praised for saving a man stranded on train tracks. Dashcam video shows the trooper running toward a car that had crashed on the tracks and pulling the driver out seconds before a train barrels into the car.
President Donald Trump denied giving Turkey a green light to invade Syria, insisting what he gave "was just the opposite of a green light." He also took on South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham after he criticized Trump's handling of the situation.
President Donald Trump says things are "very nicely under control" in northern Syria where Turkish forces are fighting Syrian Kurds who were aligned with the U.S. against the Islamic State group.
President Donald Trump's decision to pull U.S. troops from northeastern Syria, essentially abandoning the Syria Kurd fighters who fought alongside U.S. against the Islamic State group, is drawing criticism from Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Bargainers for General Motors and the United Auto Workers reach a tentative contract deal that could end a monthlong strike
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that U.S. troops are "largely out" of a region of Syria where Turkish forces are attacking the Kurdish fighters who were America's allies in fighting the Islamic State group.