Rare yellow cardinal sighted, escaped goat caught, fossilized bear skull found: News from around our 50 states
Opelika: Construction has begun on a new skate park that will cater to residents of Opelika and Auburn, which are partnering on the project. The Opelika-Auburn News reported that Auburn is in charge of
NASA astronauts embark on all-female spacewalk, Chicago teachers strike Day Two: 5 things you need to know Friday
NASA will try again Friday to conduct the first-ever all-female spacewalk, six months after the first attempt had to be canceled because of a lack of available spacesuits aboard the International Space
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Chicago teachers strike, impeachment inquiry, 'bomb cyclone' threatens Northeast: 5 things you need to know Thursday
US Ambassador Gordon Sondland is in the House Democrats’ hot seat U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland will testify on Thursday before congressional committees conducting an impeachment
(CNN) — Some sun protection may come at a steep price for the ocean's coral reefs. Now, a Florida state senator wants to ban some sunscreens entirely for the potential harm they cause marine life. Sen.
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More impeachment testimony, Pence in Turkey, post-debate action: 5 things you need to know Wednesday
A newly resigned former senior adviser to the secretary of State is scheduled to appear in a closed session Wednesday as part of the impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump. P. Michael McKinley
Birmingham: The National Park Service has named a superintendent to oversee new civil rights historical sites in Birmingham and Anniston. The federal agency says Kris Butcher will take over at the Birmingham
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) We’re covering an interview with Hunter Biden to be broadcast this morning, the murder charge against a police officer in Fort Worth, and LeBron
Huntsville: The U.S. Army is defending a decision to close its historic, 57-year-old space and technical library at Redstone Arsenal. Army officials say it was a joint decision made by interested parties.
The fourth Democratic presidential debate will be held at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, on Tuesday at 8 p.m. EDT. All 10 Democratic candidates who debated in last month's event in Houston
Nearly 300 drinking water wells and other water sources in California have traces of toxic chemicals linked to cancer, new state testing has found. Testing conducted this year of more than 600 wells across
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) We’re covering the latest developments in Syria, Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate and a fatal shooting by a police officer in Texas. Syrian
Impeachment inquiry: Subpoena deadline for key player in Ukraine controversy A subpoena delivered to a Gordon Sondland, a U.S. ambassador involved in the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine, that
Decatur: A new, $21 million aerospace facility has opened. The Huntsville-based Dynetics will use the center in Decatur to assist with the design, construction and testing of large structures in one place.
California will become the first state in the nation to mandate later start times at most middle schools and high schools under legislation signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday, a proposal designed
BATON ROUGE, La. — Residents of a largely white suburb of Baton Rouge voted on Saturday to incorporate a new city of their own — to be called St. George — and take away control of the community’s taxes,