National

(St. Louis, MO) -- There will be a moment of silence tonight for victims of alleged police brutality. Thousands of people across the country are expected to take part thanks to an effort that began on Twitter with the hashtag #NMOS14. A community activist in St. Louis got the...
(Boonville, NY) -- Kevin Ward Jr. will be laid to rest today in New York. Ward was killed Saturday when he got out of his car during a race and was hit by NASCAR regular Tony Stewart. Family and friends wore Ward's racing colors in his memory during visitation at the funeral...
(Gaza) -- A renewed truce between Israel and Hamas appears to be holding today despite a shaky start. Both sides agreed to extend the truce for five days yesterday during negotiations mediated by Egypt. The truce got off to a rough start when Hamas reportedly fired eight rockets...
(Nusa Dua, Bali) -- The teenage daughter of an American tourist found murdered on the Indonesian island of Bali is now asking for an American lawyer. Nineteen-year-old Heather Mack and her boyfriend were arrested on Wednesday after a taxi driver found the battered body of Mack's...
(Miami, FL) -- Justin Bieber is closing the book on his DUI case in Miami. The pop star is accepting a plea deal that will see him escape criminal charges in exchange for guilty pleas to lesser charges of careless driving and resisting an officer, stemming from his arrest back...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will visit the city of Ferguson today following a fourth night of civil unrest. Sixteen people were arrested in Ferguson last night, including two reporters. Police also say two officers were injured, one of them reportedly hit by a...
(Undated) -- Former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul says the threat of an Ebola outbreak could be a government plan to deceive the public. Paul says he doesn't think there will be what he called a "horrendous breakout of Ebola in this country" in the next year...
(Undated) -- First time claims for unemployment benefits are up sharply. This morning's report by the Labor Department shows 311-thousand Americans filed initial claims for jobless benefits last week. That's 21-thousand more than the revised figure for the previous week. The...
(Boonville, NY) -- Kevin Ward Jr. will be laid to rest today in New York. Ward was killed Saturday when he got out of his car during a race and was hit by NASCAR regular Tony Stewart. Family and friends wore Ward's racing colors in his memory during visitation at the funeral...