In the wake of a Kaiser Health News investigation, the agency will no longer let device makers file reports of harm outside a widely used public database.
By PBS NewsHour
On the eve of the House Judiciary Committee’s deadline for the Justice Department to turn over special counsel Mueller's full report, questions remain over whether the time limit can be enforced. The deadline comes as Democrats threaten Attorney General Barr…
By Tom Casciato, Mori Rothman
Musician Joe Jackson was drawn early to classical music before achieving fame as a frenetic rocker, then going on to develop one of the broadest compositional palettes in contemporary music. In the midst of his 40th anniversary tour, Jackson reflects…
By E. Gabrielle Kuenzli, The Conversation
That two top Derby contenders have their roots in Latin America is no surprise for those who study, as I do, the history of the sport. Many past Kentucky Derby champions hailed from the region – as have their trainers, owners…
By Bassem Mroue, Associated Press
Warplanes struck a hospital in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province on Sunday, knocking it out of service, as government forces continued to bombard the rebel-held region following insurgent attacks last week.
By Jim Heintz, Associated Press
A Russian airliner burst into flames while making an emergency landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport Sunday evening, and at least 40 people died, officials said.
By Tom Casciato
Joe Jackson’s last bona fide hit song was, “You Can’t Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want),” from 1984’s Body and Soul. But for NewsHour Weekend's senior producer, the records that followed are full of songs that…
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump is tapping a former border patrol chief who served in the Obama administration to lead Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press
North Korean state media on Sunday showed leader Kim Jong Un observing live-fire drills of long-range multiple rocket launchers and what appeared to be a new short-range ballistic missile.
By Beth Harris, Associated Press
Maximum Security led the Kentucky Derby every step of the way except for the last one — into the winner’s circle. The colt became the first winner disqualified for interference in the Derby’s 145-year history. The owners of Maximum Security…
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