U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin

US defense secretary makes unannounced visit to Baghdad

Lloyd Austin said U.S. forces are ready to remain in Iraq at the invitation of its government, adding that they are operating in a non-combat role.

 | AP

Mexican army soldiers prepare a search mission for four U.S. citizens kidnapped by gunmen in Matamoros, Mexico,

FBI: Surviving Americans attacked in Mexico are under medical care

Four American citizens were shot at and abducted after crossing into Mexico from Texas, according to the FBI.

 | Scripps News Staff

Meat sold at a supermarket.

USDA issues new proposal on 'Product of USA' label requirements

The USDA is proposing new guidelines for using the "Product of USA" label in an effort to bring more transparency on food sources.

 | Scripps News Staff

A person types on a computer.

Times (New Roman) are changing: How fonts can boost accessibility

Fonts are everywhere, and you probably like some better than others. But their use is more than just design; it also can help in reader accessibility.

 | Scripps News Staff


Paramount Global eyes sale of majority stake of BET

Paramount Global is looking at possibly selling its majority stake in BET Media Group.

 | Scripps News Staff

CHIDitarod sign downtown

'CHIditarod' cart race raises money and awareness for food insecurity

Based in Chicago, CHIditarod is a 100% volunteer-driven annual urban shopping cart race fundraising event, raising awareness for food insecurity.

 | Cat Sandoval

Passengers disembark from the Carnival Sunshine cruise ship Monday, March 16, 2020, in Charleston, S.C.

FBI investigates 'suspicious death' on Carnival cruise ship

The FBI is investigating a death which happened on a cruise ship that traveled from Charleston, S.C. in February to Nassau, in the Bahamas.

 | Scripps News Staff

A United Airlines plane takes off

Man accused of attempting to stab flight attendant

A man is accused of attempting to stab a flight attendant after being confronted about trying to disarm the plane's side door.

 | Scripps News Staff

A view of the scene Feb. 24, 2023, as the cleanup continues at the site of of a Norfolk Southern freight train derailment.

Norfolk Southern to pay millions for derailment, governor says

Norfolk Southern will pay millions to fire departments for equipment that was contaminated and to help residents whose livelihoods were damaged.

 | AP

A monument depicting suffragists titled "Ripples of Change" by artist Jane DeDecker on display in Seneca Falls, New York.

How Women's History Month became an international celebration

It started in New York City in 1909 as National Woman's Day. Now, Women's History Month is celebrated with events worldwide.

 | Tricia Goss

A Southwest Airlines plane in flight

Southwest flight returns to Cuba after striking birds

The bird strikes reportedly affected the nose of the plane and one of its engines.

 | Scripps News Staff

Passengers seated inside the cabin of a commercial plane.

US court says FAA doesn't have to make plane seat size, spacing rules

An appeals court said the advocacy group, FlyersRights, didn't make a "clear and indisputable" argument that airline seats were "dangerously" small.

 | Gage Jackson

Snowpacked and icy road in Southern California

Snowstorm leaves Southern California mountain communities stranded

Crews are plowing roads 24 hours a day so people can access basic necessities.

 | Scripps News Staff

iPhone with help applications.

FTC wants BetterHelp to pay $7.8 million for lying about data privacy

BetterHelp provides millions of Americans with mental health services. A federal agency says the company broke its promise to keep information secure.

 | Scripps News Staff

Construction equipment set on fire at the site of a future Atlanta police training facility.

Dozens arrested after violent protests at Atlanta police training site

The facility — which opponents have dubbed "Cop City" — has been the site of prior violent demonstrations, including the death of one protester.

 | Gage Jackson

Rapper GloRilla performing at the 65th annual Grammy Awards

1 dead, 9 hurt in stampede at GloRilla concert in New York

One person is dead and nine are injured after crowds at a GloRilla concert pushed toward exits following accounts of what people though was gunfire.

 | AP

A cleanup worker stands on a derailed tank car as the cleanup of portions of a Norfolk Southern freight train.

Norfolk Southern issues safety plan after East Palestine derailment

Norfolk Southern says its plan is based on the NTSB's report that found the train's bearing temperature reached a critical level.

 | Justin Boggs

Image of Fox News personalities Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and others.

Fox libel defense at odds with top GOP presidential foes

Two politicians popular with Fox News' audience have advocated for the Supreme Court to revisit the libel standard Fox is using as shield.

 | AP

A man stands in front of screens at a cybercrime center.

European police, FBI bust international cybercrime gang

Victims in the United States paid out at least $42.5 million to the gang between May 2019 and March 2021.

 | AP

East Palestine train derailment.

Big week ahead as Norfolk Southern CEO will testify before Congress

A Norfolk Southern official is expected to share before lawmakers what they know about the East Palestine derailment.

 | Joe St. George

Norfolk Southern train

NTSB to investigate another Ohio train derailment

Federal officials will be back in Ohio on Monday to investigate a train derailment in Springfield.

 | Scripps News Staff

Medicare graphic

Scam alert: Fake Medicare calls targeting recipients

Medicare recipients across the country are receiving calls saying they need to update their Medicare information to get a new card.

 | John Matarese

A plane lands at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va.

The FAA is investigating more alarming airplane near-disasters

The investigations come as top Republicans urge President Joe Biden to withdraw his pick to lead the FAA.

 | Stephanie Sandoval and Rodney Young

An Alabama state trooper swings a club at John Lewis.

Reflecting on Selma’s ‘Bloody Sunday’ 58 years later

The images and video from "Bloody Sunday" swept the nation and served as a turning point in the civil rights movement.

 | Alexa Liacko

President Joe Biden walks across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., Sunday, March 5, 2023.

Biden in Selma: Voting rights remain 'under assault'

“The conservative Supreme Court has gutted the Voting Rights Act over the years,” said President Biden.

 | Andrea Diaz

Multiple cars of a Norfolk Southern train lie toppled on one another after derailing at a train crossing in Ohio.

Another Norfolk Southern train derails in Ohio; no toxic materials

About 20 of the 212 cars on the Norfolk Southern train derailed, including four tankers identified with non-hazardous material.

 | Scripps News Cincinnati

Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed.

A box office K.O.: ‘Creed III’ debuts to $58.7 million

Michael B. Jordan made his directorial debut with "Creed III," which pits his character Adonis against a childhood friend played by Jonathan Majors.

 | AP

T.J. King, who is an outreach specialist with the Nebraska AIDS Project, is photographed in their office.

Restoring rights for felons a rare bipartisan voting change

At least 14 states have introduced proposals this year focused on restoration of voting rights.

 | AP

Firefighters work the scene after a tanker truck overturned on U.S. 15 in Frederick, Md.

Fiery tanker crash kills driver, burns Maryland homes

The tanker was carrying flammable liquid when it crashed, which officials believed to be gasoline or diesel.

 | AP

Rocio Franco shovels the snow from the open of her driveway.

Storm's death toll rises, dumps snow on Northeast

The storm’s death toll rose with additional fatalities reported in Indiana and Michigan, while Kentucky’s governor said at least five people died.

 | AP