Is Ohio in play? GOP tilt working against Democrats
Changing voting patterns put Ohio in unfamiliar position: in danger of being ignored in 2020 race.
Hunter Biden, son of former VP, to leave Chinese board
Hunter Biden is stepping down from the board of directors of a Chinese-backed private equity firm.
Voters weary of more investigations as impeachment ramps up
Polling finds that support for the impeachment inquiry has grown since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the start of one last month following a whistleblower complaint.
NY Times: Violent parody video shown at Trump resort
NY Times: Violent parody video shown at Trump resort, depicting a likeness of the president as he shoots, stabs critics and media members.
US pulling out of northern Syria; full withdrawal possible
The U.S. appears to be moving toward a full military withdrawal from Syria amid growing chaos, cries of betrayal and signs that Turkey's invasion could fuel a broader war.
Census Bureau seeks state data, including citizenship info
The U.S. Census Bureau has asked the 50 states for drivers' license records that typically include citizenship data, months after President Donald Trump ordered the collection of citizenship information.
Ecuador deal cancels austerity plan, ends indigenous protest
Ecuador is celebrating a deal President Lenín Moreno and indigenous leaders struck to cancel a disputed austerity package and end nearly two weeks of protests.
Syria's Kurds look to Assad for protection after US pullout
Turkey's official news agency says allied Syrian forces have captured the town Suluk in the fifth day of the Turkish offensive in northeast Syria.
Report: Syrian troops enter town close to Turkey's border
Syria's state news agency says government forces have entered the northern town of Tal Tamr that is close to Turkey's border.
Do California power shutoffs work? Hard to know, experts say
Experts say it's hard to know whether keeping millions of Californians in the dark prevented a catastrophic wildfire.
Impeachment dominates, but much other work awaits Congress
Impeachment may have leapfrogged to the top of the national agenda, but members of Congress still have their day jobs as legislators _ and they're returning to work this coming week with mixed hopes of success.
Ambassador expected to testify key assurance was from Trump
A U.S. ambassador is expected to tell Congress that his text message reassuring another envoy there was no 'quid pro quo. in their interactions with Ukraine was based solely on what he was told by President Donald Trump.
Correa HR in 11th as Astros top Yankees 3-2; ALCS tied at 1
Carlos Correa hit a leadoff home run in the 11th inning and the Houston Astros won a battle of the bullpens, beating the New York Yankees 3-2 to tie the AL Championship Series at one game apiece.
Japan looks for missing after typhoon, warns of mudslides
Rescue crew dug through mudslides and searched near flooded rivers in Japan after a typhoon caused serious damage and left scores dead or missing.
China's trade with US shrinks again in September
China's September imports from the United States fall 20.6% amid tariff war.
Family seeks answers after police kill Texas woman at home
An attorney for the family of a 28-year-old black woman who was fatally shot by a white Fort Worth, Texas, officer inside her home says body camera footage of the incident doesn't indicate that officers felt threatened before the fatal shot was fired.
California power outages highlight economic disparity
The power blackouts in California are highlighting growing income disparity, with access to electricity increasingly available to those who can afford to pay.
New Orleans hotel collapse: Search on for a missing worker
Officials in New Orleans say they are continuing to look for one person missing in the rubble of a hotel that collapsed while under construction.
Authorities: 3 deaths tied to Southern California wildfires
Santa Ana winds that drove fires through two Southern California areas have died down but flames that destroyed dozens of homes continue to rage.
Serial killer's victim portraits could help crack cold cases
The FBI is hoping that portraits drawn by a California inmate will help law enforcement crack cold case homicides around the country.