Female shooter Snochia Moseley, 26, guns down 3 at Aberdeen, Maryland, warehouse before killing herself
A female shooter who was working as a temporary employee at a Ride Aid warehouse center near Aberdeen, Maryland, killed three people Thursday and injured three others inside the facility before turning the gun on herself.
Christine Blasey Ford reiterates she's willing to testify on Kavanaugh allegations if given 'fair' conditions
"You have stated repeatedly that Dr. Ford wants to tell her story. I sincerely hope that Dr. Ford will accept my invitation to do so," Grassley said.
How Florence transformed the Carolinas
Since Hurricane Florence made a direct hit on the Carolinas nearly a week ago, the storm brought several waves of devastation. A look at photos from the week.
Paulina Gretzky breaks silence with Instagram post
Is Gretzky talking about Dustin Johnson here?
Wells Fargo plans 5 percent to 10 percent workforce cut over the next three years
Wells Fargo plans to cut costs by imposing a 5 percent to 10 percent workforce reduction that could affect up to 26,500 positions
More than 132,000 pounds of Cargill ground beef recalled over E. coli risk with 1 dead, 17 sickened
For the second consecutive month, Cargill Meat Solutions is recalling thousands of pounds of ground beef for a possible E. Coli contamination.
McDonald's gives students $25,000 after their fake ad went unnoticed in epic prank
The two friends who pulled off a viral prank at a local McDonald's are getting a little payback: $25,000 each.
Report: S.C. congressman jokes about sexual assault and Supreme Court at public debate
Republican Rep. Ralph Norman of South Carolina joked about sexual assault and the Supreme Court during an election debate, The Post and Courier says.
'Unfazed and determined': Top Grassley aide vows to confirm Kavanaugh despite allegations
"Unfazed and determined. We will confirm Judge Kavanaugh. #ConfirmKavanaugh," read screengrabs of a deleted tweet sent from Mike Davis' account.
Kavanaugh allegations: Is what someone does at age 17 relevant?
The allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh invited the nation to expound on the relevance of youthful indiscretion.
No surprise: American Airlines raises bag fees to $30, matching Delta and United
The carrier is the latest airline to boost the fee for the first checked bag to $30.
Delta Air Lines apologizes after agent called police on black customer filing a baggage claim
Delta Air Lines is apologizing after one of their agents called the police on a black customer trying to file a damaged baggage claim.
Rhoden family autopsy reports show 8 killings were methodical and vicious
Authorities had previously said the family members were killed in their sleep, but the forearm wound would indicate Christopher Rhoden Sr. was awake at the time of his death.
What states aren't doing to save new mothers' lives
The U.S. maternal death rate is among the highest in the developed world. Eighteen states haven't studied these deaths and others tend to blame moms.
Keira Knightley 'banned' these beloved fairy tales for her 3-year-old daughter
Keira Knightley, who stars in 'Colette,' is very particular about which fairy tales her 3-year-old daughter is exposed to. So which ones made the cut?
President Trump to North Carolina resident: 'At least you got a nice boat out of the deal'
As part of his trip to the Carolinas to survey storm damage from Florence, President Donald Trump on Wednesday toured homes in New Bern.
Who is drinking the most? The drunkest — and driest — cities in America
24/7 Wall Street reviewed the adult excessive drinking rate in 381 U.S. metro areas to identify the 20 drunkest (and 20 driest) cities. The cities with the highest excessive drinking rates are concentrated in the Midwest, while those with the lowest rates are mostly in southern states.
Tiger Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods' Thursday round shot-by-shot at the Tour Championship
Follow Tiger Woods' opening round at the Tour Championship, the final PGA Tour event of the season and the finale of the FedExCup Playoffs.
Machine Gun Kelly says he won't make peace with Eminem in ongoing feud
MGK was offended by Eminem calling him a "mumble rapper," a derogatory term used to describe young Soundcloud rappers with indecipherable lyrics.
Orlando Melbourne airport: Student pilot charged with attempting to steal airplane
Flights were suspended at Orlando Melbourne International Airport after a student pilot boarded a passenger jet in a maintenance area.
Cybersecurity: Donald Trump's new strategy allows more offensive operations
President Donald Trump signs cybersecurity strategy requiring federal agencies to work with state and local governments, plus private businesses.
Football reigns as king of sports. For now. How injuries are changing the game's popularity.
Football is still the most watched sport in America, but is it on the way out? Players continue to leave the game over concussions and brain injuries.
Slow #MeToo down: Julie Chen Moonves isn't accountable for her husband
Women have pressured Julie Chen Moonves over her husband, Les, but she didn't do anything wrong. When did we start punishing women for their husbands?
Ex-CIA analyst: Trump order on Russia documents abuses power, risks national security
With Russia documents release, Trump risks national security and turns Americans against their government, all for personal gain and self-protection.
Puerto Rico was rocked by Hurricane Maria, ruined by FEMA's negligence, reviled by Trump
I knew what Puerto Rico was like before electricity. Sadly, due to this country’s negligence, we know what Puerto Rico is like after electricity.
President Trump's defense of Brett Kavanaugh risks reminding voters of his own history
No matter how voters feel about Brett Kavanaugh or Christine Blasey Ford, the professor who accused Trump’s nominee of a decades-old sexual assault, the allegations are at the fore as both parties court suburban women ahead of the midterm elections Nov. 6.
When gun buyers are caught in 'lie-and-try,' how many are prosecuted? 12
Background check liars are often so desperate to get a gun that they'll risk going to jail. Except almost no one puts them in jail: Our view
First-hand accounts from 8 Hollywood professionals hoping for change
As #MeToo hits its first anniversary, we share the voices of people who have experienced sexual harassment and assault in the entertainment industry.
Mosquitoes are eating plastic. Why that's a big problem.
A Biology Letters study found that when a mosquito larvae eats microplastic, that plastic can remain in the insect's body into adulthood.
Florence unleashes havoc on Carolinas
Florence unleashes havoc on Carolinas
Florence: Pets affected by the monster storm
The wind whipped, the ocean swelled onto beaches and rain began falling Thursday on the mostly deserted barrier islands off North and South Carolina.
25 volunteer opportunities for National Public Lands Day
The best of London Fashion Week 2018
London Fashion Week wrapped up Tuesday in England: check out the big-name designers and models in attendance, plus some of our favorite looks.
Key NFL players with major injuries for 2018 season
Here are NFL players who were expected to be major contributors this season, but instead suffered significant injuries.
Amazon is planning to open up to 3,000 cashier-free stores by 2021, report says
Amazon, which has transformed the retail landscape, is thinking about opening up to 3,000 new Amazon Go locations, according to a Bloomberg report
Tom Selleck steps down from NRA board but remains a member, publicist confirms
Tom Selleck, star of "Magnum, P.I." and now "Blue Bloods," stepped down from the NRA's board in the middle of his fifth three-year term.
Paul Finebaum: Nick Saban's career will end soon
Is it almost the end for Saban at Alabama?
Stormy Daniels 'terrified' by encounter with Ben Roethlisberger
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger “terrified” Stormy Daniels in an encounter more than a decade ago, according to excepts obtained by CNN.
President Donald Trump via Twitter identifies remains of 2 Korean War soldiers
Trump identified the remains of Charles H. McDaniel, of Vernon, Indiana, and William H. Jones, of Nash County, North Carolina. Pentagon also confirmed
Unbeaten Broncos face first road test against Ravens
Unbeaten after two games for the sixth consecutive year, Denver hits the road for the first time in telling test against Ravens