(WASHINGTON) -- Special counsel Robert Hur is scheduled to testify in a public hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on March 12, according to sources familiar with the matter.It comes after House Republicans requested his testimony earlier this week, in addition to requests for audio... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The White House on Monday wouldn't say publicly whether the U.S. has asked Israel to delay an expected ground invasion to give more time for more hostages to be released and to allow more aid into Gaza.The administration is counseling caution and... Read More.
(INDIANAPOLIS) -- The Indiana Medical Licensing Board decided late Thursday to reprimand and fine a doctor after ruling that she violated patient privacy laws by talking to a newspaper reporter about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from neighboring Ohio.After an hourslong... Read More.
On This Day, April 10, 1970 ...Paul McCartney publicly "quit" The Beatles via a press release for his first solo album, in which he says he has no plans for new Beatles music or any future songwriting with John Lennon. Lennon, who'd left the group months ago but agreed... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. John Fetterman is speaking publicly for the first time since he entered the hospital in February with severe depression, saying in an interview on "CBS Sunday Morning" that he looks forward to returning to work later this month.Fetterman, D-Pa., said he also... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- During a thorough investigation into her husband's murder, police repeatedly heard Nikki Entzel's ever-changing story about what happened to her husband, often contradicting the evidence they had collected."20/20" was granted exclusive access to a one-on-one conversation with the woman recently convicted... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Locked out of his work computer for more than a week, a two-year Twitter employee didn't know whether he'd been laid off. So he asked CEO Elon Musk in a message on Twitter."Maybe if enough people retweet you'll answer me here?"... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- FBI director Christopher Wray on Tuesday spoke publicly for the first time on the bureau's assessment that the COVID-19 virus "most likely" originated from a potential lab incident in Wuhan, China.He also faulted the Chinese government in an interview with Fox News'... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- NFL defensive end Carl Nassib initially "agonized" over his decision to publicly come out as gay last offseason following his sixth year in the league.But ultimately, he realized that one Instagram post could be a way to create a positive narrative... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A new House bill introduced Monday would require colleges to publicly report campus accidents that result in the serious injury or death of students. Some of the accidents that would have to be disclosed include transportation incidents (on foot, bikes, scooters, skateboards,... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol is in active discussions with former White House counsel Pat Cipollone regarding a potential public appearance in one of their upcoming hearings, according to sources familiar with the matter.Cipollone... Read More.