A judge has scheduled a hearing on a request by the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline to block the Army Corps of Engineers from launching a full environmental study of a disputed crossing in North Dakota.
States across the nation's midsection are bracing for another round of winter storms expected to add to thick ice that already has glazed roads, grounded flights and prompted class cancellations amid warnings that people stay home.
Speeches by far-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos (yuh-NAH'-poh-lihs) and former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli were canceled after heated protests erupted at the University of California, Davis.
The Justice Department and the city of Chicago have signed a joint statement in which the nation's third largest city commits to police reforms under a court-enforced agreement, called a consent decree.
Iraqi special forces entered Mosul University on Friday in their latest advance along the eastern front as they battle Islamic State militants for control of the city, according to senior Iraqi officers.
Tommy Allsup, a guitarist best known for losing a coin toss that kept him off a plane that later crashed and killed rock 'n' roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "Big Bopper" Richardson, has died. He was 85.
Congressman Mike Pompeo (R-KS) is used to asking questions. Today, it was his turn to answer them. The four-term representative faced a tough interrogation from both sides of the aisle during his confirmation hearing to become the next director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
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