In our News Wrap Tuesday, a U.S.-led military strike in Somalia killed at least 60 members of al-Shabab, a militant organization seeking to establish an extremist Islamic state in the country. Also, in Afghanistan, officials say dozens of police officers…
Weeks before the 2018 midterm elections, concerns remain about possible voter suppression tactics in various regions of the U.S. Why do voter roll purges, voter ID requirements and poll shutdowns disproportionately affect minority communities? Emory University professor Carol Anderson joins…
By Mike Cerre
After Congress failed to pass a farm bill ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, a Department of Agriculture program that helps veterans transition into farming faces an uncertain future. For soldiers returning from war, farming can offer a new occupation,…
By Jay Reeves, Associated Press
The scope of the storm's fury has become clearer after nearly a week of missing-persons reports and desperate searches in the devastated neighborhoods of the Florida Panhandle.
By Amna Nawaz, Joshua Barajas
More than 60 migrant children remain in U.S. custody after being separated from their parents under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy, according to the latest update from the government.
By Laura Santhanam
The move could make health care more expensive for consumers while delivering higher profits to executives, opponents say. Here is what we know so far about this merger and its potential effect on your health care.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Warren released DNA test results Monday in part to push back against Trump's longstanding taunts about her claims of Native American ancestry.
By Associated Press
A Cherokee Nation official said Monday that DNA tests are useless to determine tribal citizenship.
By Russ Bynum, Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press
Days after the hurricane slammed into the Florida Panhandle, people are struggling to locate friends and loved ones who haven't been heard from. How many are missing seems to be anyone's guess.
President Trump toured a Gulf Coast ravaged by Hurricane Michael. The death toll stands at 17, dozens are still missing and thousands are expected to be without power for another week or longer. The president promised federal help in rebuilding.
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