Demonstrators in St. Louis are turning to economic protests to prompt police reform after the acquittal of a police officer who killed a black man.
In 2014, regulators blocked a similar T-Mobile and Sprint merger.
Influenza kills about a half million people each year, but scientists say a universal flu vaccine might drastically change that.
Global Witness, a nonprofit, tracks the killings of environmental protectors, and its latest annual data suggests 2016 was the deadliest yet.
Skeptical of NASA's evidence, B.o.B said, "I would like to send one, if not multiple, satellites as far into space as I can ... to find the curve."
The bill's fate was sealed when two more senators joined John McCain and Rand Paul in opposing the latest repeal effort.
Adm. Scott Swift is the most senior U.S. Navy official to step down after the USS John S. McCain collision back in August.
Alejandro Villanueva says he regrets how his action before Sunday's game was interpreted.
The Trump administration rolled the policy back in August, saying national park visitors should decide for themselves how to stay hydrated.
Undercover agents, secret recordings and more led to 10 people in college basketball being arrested overnight on bribery and corruption charges.
U.S. officials said video of the supposed launch released by Iranian state television was actually months old.
Sources say Jared Kushner wasn't the only White House adviser who used a personal email account to discuss government business.