In our news wrap Tuesday, a chartered plane carrying a top Brazilian soccer team crashed in Colombia overnight, killing 71 people on board. The plane went down in the mountains near Medellin as athletes and a group of journalists covering…
In our news wrap Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump still faces legal troubles over his now-defunct Trump University. A federal judge in San Diego refused to issue a blanket ban on using campaign statements as evidence in the civil lawsuit, which…
By Michael D. Regan
Tens of thousands of protesters on Friday demanded President Park Geun-hye to step down after she admitted her close friend and daughter of a religious cult leader wielded influence over her decisions in office.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, the Labor Department reported that U.S. employers added a net 161,000 jobs in October, dipping the unemployment rate a tenth of a percent to 4.9. Also, there are guilty verdicts in New Jersey Governor Chris…
Thousands of people in Seoul demanded on Saturday that South Korea President Park Geun-hye step down after finding out she let a friend have a powerful influence over her political decisions.
By Mori Rothman, Karla Murthy
By Associated Press
The U.S. military says it's detected what's being described as a failed missile launch by North Korea.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The United States, Japan and South Korea are roundly condemning North Korea's recent nuclear test and calling for tough new measures to further isolate the communist state.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, Congress came back from its summer recess with a full plate. It has less than a month to pass a funding bill and is under pressure to deliver a package to fight Florida’s homegrown Zika…
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a division of the South Korean army is turning out pirouettes and tendus. Weekly ballet classes provide these soldiers, who guards the zone at the demilitarized zone along the border of North…
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