National

(Undated) -- There's some serious shoveling going in New England. As a whopping snow storm winds down, residents in parts of Massachusetts, Maine New Hampshire and Connecticut are dealing with as much as three-feet of snow. New York City, Philadelphia and parts of New Jersey...
(Undated) -- Almost 200 children may have been exposed to measles by an Arizona woman. Before being diagnosed, the woman had visited a Phoenix Children's Hospital urgent care center. It's not known why she was at the facility, but Maricopa County officials are now reaching out...
(Washington, DC) -- There's a temporary hold on the executions of three convicted killers in Oklahoma who have challenged the state's lethal injection procedure. Today, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to temporarily block the executions of Richard Glossip, John Grant and Benjamin...
(Washington, DC) -- After more than a week of debate, the Keystone XL Pipeline bill remains bogged down in the Senate. Cindy Shild with the American Petroleum Institute says the measure failed to make it to the floor for a final vote because of "a boat load" of amendments. Shild...
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Eric Schultz is pushing Congress for a "clean" bill funding the Department of Homeland Security for another year. DHS money runs out next month. Congressional Republicans held DHS back from a full government budget bill in the ongoing...
(Washington, DC) -- The Federal Reserve is leaving short-term interest rates unchanged at near zero for now, saying it's best to remain "patient" on any potential increase. The Federal Open Market Committee was not expected to make any significant announcements regarding the...
(Washington, DC) -- Attorney General-nominee Loretta Lynch is promising to keep counterterrorism as the top priority of the Department of Justice. In her Senate confirmation hearing, Lynch argued that the struggle against radical extremism must be fought while adhering to the...
(Rock Hill, SC) -- A South Carolina judge is tossing out decades-old charges against nine civil rights protesters. In his ruling today, Judge John Hayes said that the "Friendship 9" convictions are now null and void. More than a half-century ago, the group of black civil rights...
(Detroit, MI) -- Two major automakers are announcing safety recalls today. Ford is recalling nearly a quarter-of-a-million vehicles because of separate problems with door latches and seatbelts. Nissan is recalling 768-thousand vehicles for electrical and hood latch issues. No...