Doctor sentenced for prescribing thousands of opioid pills
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A cardiologist who charged patients a bogus $100 “DEA Fee” and prescribed thousands of opioid pills at a time has been sentenced to nearly 4 ½ years in...
1 hour ago - The Seattle Times
U.S. Olympians Turn to Bitcoin to Fund the Cost of Competing
In what may be the first of its kind for the quadrennial games, American lugers are accepting cryptocurrency donations to help fund their Olympic ambitions. While a trickle so...
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Shootout Wins USA Women Hockey Gold, Ending 20-Year Drought
MINNEAPOLIS - It was every bit the epic game that hockey fans everywhere were expecting. After so many heartbreaking losses to archrival team Canada, Wednesday night's game was...
1 hour ago - CBS - 3 articles
Top US diplomat in Venezuela under fire after comments
CARACAS, Venezuela - The head of Venezuela's government-controlled assembly on Thursday accused the top U.S. diplomat in Caracas of promoting a coup and threatened to take...
2 hours ago - News OK - 4 articles
Storm hosting USA National Team in exhibition game April 26 at KeyArena
The U.S. will play an exhibition game against an international opponent.
2 hours ago - The Seattle Times
Hawaii emergency worker who sent false alert: I was '100 percent sure'
The mistake sparked panic on Jan. 13, sending Hawaii residents scrambling to seek shelter amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.
2 hours ago - NBC News
Russians penetrated U.S. voter systems, top U.S. official says
A top official at DHS said that the Russians were able to gain access to the registration rolls of an "exceptionally small" number of states.
2 hours ago - NBC News
Tennis Association gets most of the blame for player's injury
It took jurors less than an hour to conclude the U.S. Tennis Association was mostly to blame for Bouchard's slip inside a training room.
2 hours ago - NY Daily News
US Tennis Association deemed mostly liable for player's fall
NEW YORK - The United States Tennis Association has been found mostly liable for when Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard slipped on a wet locker room floor and hit her head at...
3 hours ago - The Seattle Times - 3 articles
U.S. Surgeon General talks tobacco and cigarette smoking in Baltimore
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome M. Adams has a complicated relationship with tobacco. He grew up working on his grandfather's tobacco farm in St. Mary's County, where he made...
3 hours ago - Baltimore Sun
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Grand Canyon helicopter crash victim dies, bringing death toll to 4
Authorities say a British tourist hospitalized in Las Vegas after a sightseeing helicopter crashed at the Grand Canyon earlier this month has died.
Sheriff: Marjory Stoneman Douglas school resource officer resigns, stayed...
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel revealed on Thursday that the school resource officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is no longer on the job.
Armed deputy at Florida school who ‘never went in' to confront the shooter...
The Broward County deputy who was on the Parkland, Florida school campus during the fatal shooting has resigned, after it emerged that he stood outside the building and did not...
Grand jury indicts Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on invasion of privacy charge
Embattled Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted by a grand jury Thursday on a felony charge of invasion of privacy.
Mueller hits Manafort, Gates with new charges
WASHINGTON - Special counsel brings new tax charges against ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort and business associate.
Tiffany Haddish will host the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards
The awards show will be held on June 18.
NRA's Wayne LaPierre hits Democrats, socialism in CPAC speech
The National Rifle Association's executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre slammed Democrats for their reaction to the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Congresswoman: Most mass shooters are Democrats
A Republican congresswoman from upstate New York said Wednesday that "many" people who commit mass murder turn out to be Democrats.
Larry Nance Jr. to wear his dad's retired No. 22 with Cavs
CLEVELAND - Larry Nance Jr. will wear his father's retired No. 22 with the Cavaliers. The forward announced Thursday night that the NBA has worked it out so he can switch from...
Report: Toys 'R' Us to close another 200 stores
The company that once dominated toy sales in the U.S. has been operating under bankruptcy protection since last fall.