A recreational vehicle parked in downtown Nashville exploded early Christmas morning, injuring three and causing widespread outages, including for the police emergency system. Police believe the explosion was intentional. As authorities continue to investigate, Kimberlee Kruesi of the Associated Press…
In our news wrap Friday, U.S. COVID-19 deaths top 330,000 as hospitalizations hit another record high. Firefighters in Southern California continue to battle the "Creek Fire,” which forced more than 7,000 residents to evacuate on Christmas Eve. And the U.S.
Jason Rezaian, The Washington Post correspondent being held by the Iranian government for more than 500 days, was allowed a Christmas Day visit with his wife and mother.
By Michael D. Regan and Alan Fram and Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
PBS NewsHour for Wednesday, December 25, 2013…
The suspect in the attempted Christmas Day bombing incident is speaking to authorities again, but some lawmakers are worried the administration's handling of the case poses a risk to national security. Jim Lehrer speaks with experts about how the U.S.
In other news, the nation's intelligence chief admitted to making mistakes that led to the attempted bombing of a flight on Christmas Day, and a suspect in Tuesday's mass Virginia shootings turned himself in Wednesday.
Jeffrey Brown talks to three people involved with the 9/11 Commission about the latest security failures that allowed a potential terrorist to board a Detroit-bound flight on Christmas Day eight years after the Sept.11 attacks.
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