Plane Crash Near Ohio Airport Kills Three

Plane Crash Near Ohio Airport Kills Three

A plane trying to make an emergency landing at an airport in northeastern Ohio crashed, killing all three people aboard, authorities said on Saturday.

American Airlines Flight Attendants Reach New Deal

American Airlines Flight Attendants Reach New Deal

American Airlines and the union representing its flight attendants said Friday they have reached an agreement on a new contract that includes pay raises.

Forbearance Placed on SAVE Plan Student Loan Accounts

Forbearance Placed on SAVE Plan Student Loan Accounts

The back-and-forth story over student loan repayment took another twist Thursday, when the U.S. Department of Education invoked forbearance on millions of loans.

Harvey Weinstein's New York City Retrial Tentatively Set for November

Harvey Weinstein's New York City Retrial Tentatively Set for November

A judge on Friday tentatively scheduled Harvey Weinstein’s planned retrial on rape and sexual assault charges to begin on Nov. 12.

Heat-Related Deaths Climb in Texas After Beryl Left Millions Without Power

Heat-Related Deaths Climb in Texas After Beryl Left Millions Without Power

Two weeks after Beryl hit Texas, heat-related deaths during prolonged power outages have pushed the number of storm-related fatalities in the state to at least 23.

Requirement of Ten Commandments in Louisiana Classrooms Delayed

Requirement of Ten Commandments in Louisiana Classrooms Delayed

Louisiana will delay a requirement that the Ten Commandments be placed in the state’s public school classrooms until at least November, according to an agreement approved Friday.

Man Kills Grizzly Bear in Montana in Self Defense After it Attacks

Man Kills Grizzly Bear in Montana in Self Defense After it Attacks

A 72-year-old man picking huckleberries in Montana shot and killed a grizzly bear after it attacked, authorities said Friday.

Biden to End His 2024 Campaign; Will Finish Current Term, Endorses Harris

Biden to End His 2024 Campaign; Will Finish Current Term, Endorses Harris

President Joe Biden will finish his term, but is withdrawing from the 2024 election, according to social media posts Sunday. He has endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris for the upcoming race.

Moon Fests and a Full Moon Mark 55th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Landing

Moon Fests and a Full Moon Mark 55th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Landing

The cosmos is providing a full moon for the 55th anniversary of the first lunar landing this weekend.

Final Cities Announced for Sundance Film Festival

Final Cities Announced for Sundance Film Festival

After 40 years in Park City, Utah, the Robert Redford-founded festival is eyeing locations across the country for festivals starting in 2027 when its existing contract will be up for renewal.

Two Deaths Linked to Listeria Outbreak from Sliced Deli Meat

Two Deaths Linked to Listeria Outbreak from Sliced Deli Meat

At least two people have died and more than two dozen were hospitalized in an outbreak of listeria food poisoning linked to meat sliced at grocery store deli counters, federal health officials said.

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Massachusetts Lawmakers Urge Pentagon to Halt Osprey Program Until Crash Cause is Determined

Massachusetts Lawmakers Urge Pentagon to Halt Osprey Program Until Crash Cause is Determined

Three Massachusetts lawmakers are pressing Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to ground the V-22 Osprey aircraft until the military can fix the root cause of multiple accidents.

US Rep Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas Dies After Battle with Cancer

US Rep Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas Dies After Battle with Cancer

U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas, who helped lead federal efforts to protect women from domestic violence and recognize Juneteenth as a national holiday, has died. She was 74.

Israeli Military Says it Struck Several Houthi Targets in Yemen in Response to Fatal Drone Attack

Israeli Military Says it Struck Several Houthi Targets in Yemen in Response to Fatal Drone Attack

The Israeli army said Saturday it has struck several Houthi targets in western Yemen following a fatal drone attack by the rebel group in Tel Aviv the previous day.