How the government shutdown is impacting food inspections
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tweeted the agency is "taking steps" to expand domestic food safety inspections during the shutdown.
From White House to statehouse: Where abortion fights will play out in 2019
With Democrats now in control of the U.S. House of Representatives, it might appear that the fight over abortion rights has become a standoff.
Lake-effect snow, Arctic air blast Midwest, Northeast
Parts of New York state could see more than a foot of snow.
Pastor who praised Pulse nightclub shooting resigns after admitting he paid for sex
Donnie Romero is the former pastor of the Stedfast Baptist Church in Texas.
WATCH: Dad allegedly 'staged' son's kidnapping: Police
The search for the baby, King Jay Davila, has intensified and police believe the alleged staged kidnapping was "to cover up foul play."
Judge dismisses part of Judd's lawsuit against
Ashley Judd filed a sexual harassment suit against the disgraced movie mogul.
Police officer fatally shot just before starting shift
Authorities are searching for a suspect in the death of a Louisiana police.
'Start Here': Trump, Rosenstein, R. Kelly. What you need to know to start your day.
It's Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019. Here's what you need to start your day.
Pompeo in Egypt amid concerns over US Mideast policy
Plans to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria have created confusion among allies.
The latest on the government shutdown, from missing paychecks to unemployment claims
The ongoing government shutdown is about to turn into the longest one in history, and that’s raising questions about what will happen next.