London attack: Assailant shot dead after 4 killed near Parliament
London (CNN) Four people were killed and scores injured when an attacker plowed a car through crowds in central London before attempting to storm the Houses of Parliament in what police believe was an act of Islamist-inspired terrorism. Police ...
London Attack: What We Know and Don't Know
The Latest: New Zealand leader condemns attack in London
Four people dead, suspect killed in London terror attack targeting Parliament and Westminster Bridge
Trump's First 100 Days: A rundown of the latest allegations on Trump camp and Russia
Here's where things stand heading into Day 63 of the Trump administration: On Wednesday, allegations about ties between the campaign of President Trump and Russia lurched into new territory. Here's what happened on several fronts. The day opened with ...
Intelligence chairman sparks storm with Trump briefing
Schiff: 'More Than Circumstantial Evidence' Trump Associates Colluded With Russia
Nunes Tips Trump He Was Possibly Surveilled; Dems Erupt
Los Angeles Times
Eliminating essential health insurance benefits is a stupid idea that won't save money. Here's why.
Los Angeles Times
You can add this to the list of proposed conservative “reforms” to the healthcare system that won't work to lower costs and is a terrible idea in general: paring back the list of essential health benefits required to be covered by every Obamacare plan.
Whatever replaces Obamacare will look a lot like Obamacare
House Republicans, Deeply Divided, Face Painful Choice on Health Vote
Why maternity and mental health coverage may decide health care bill's fate
White man traveled to New York to kill black men and 'make a statement,' police say
A white man from Maryland who told police he traveled to New York to kill black men turned himself in on Wednesday, about 24 hours after he fatally stabbed a man he encountered on the street, officials said. Authorities described the suspected attacker ...
Suspect in Manhattan Killing Hated Black Men, Police Say
Police: Suspect in NYC Midtown stabbing wanted to kill a black person
Police: White sword killer went to New York to attack black people
Overnight Regulation: Trump's Labor nominee hints at updating overtime rule
Welcome to Overnight Regulation, your daily rundown of news from the federal agencies, courts and beyond. It's Wednesday evening here in Washington, where Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is probably wishing his Senate confirmation hearing will ...
Alexander Acosta, Labor Nominee, Dismisses Concerns Over Political Pressure
Acosta Queried on Epstein, Hiring Scandal
Labor nominee Acosta cut deal with billionaire guilty in sex abuse case
Dozens Of Civilians Killed Near Raqqa In Airstrike Activists Blame On Coalition
An airstrike by U.S.-led coalition forces leveled a school west of Raqqa and killed at least 33 people, according to two activist groups monitoring Syria. The groups allege the attack, which they say occurred overnight on Monday and Tuesday, hit a ...
Girl steals Pope Francis' hat at Vatican greeting
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — It took a split second for him to realize what happened. As Pope Francis leaned forward to give Estella Westrick a kiss on the cheek as he greeted the faithful on St. Peter's Square, the 3-year-old from Georgia caused a sensation ...
Adorable 3-year-old girl grabs Pope's hat
3-year-old steals Pope's hat and it's awesome
Austria boosts cash handout for migrants going home
New York Times
Alternative Endings Seen for Sears and Its Hedge Fund Chief
New York Times
The troubled retailer warned that it could be headed for bankruptcy if it cannot reverse a brutal decline in annual sales and rising losses. The long quest by Edward S. Lampert, the chief executive, to turn Sears around seems destined to fail. The fate ...
With Sears' Demise Feared, Which Agencies Stand to Lose?
Is This the End of Sears?
Dallas Green, Who Led the Phillies to Their First Title, Dies at 82
New York Times
Dallas Green in 1981, the year after he managed the Phillies to a World Series title. Credit Associated Press. Dallas Green, a hot-tempered former pitcher with a booming voice who managed the Philadelphia Phillies to a World Series title in 1980 but ...
Rozner: Dallas Green indeed built new Cubs tradition
A look at developments in the 2014 S. Korean ferry disaster
A part of the sunken Sewol ferry is seen in waters off Jindo, South Korea, Thursday, March 23, 2017. Nearly three years after it capsized and sank into the violent seas off South Korea's southwestern coast, workers slowly pulled up the 6,800-ton ferry ...
The Latest: Families of ferry victims express gratitude
South Korea Revisits Tragedy as Authorities Raise Ferry From Sea
South Korea raises sunken Sewol ferry