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Flynn sentencing delayed, he's still cooperating
December 18, 2018

Flynn sentencing delayed, he's still cooperating

A federal judge has agreed to delay former national security adviser Michael Flynn's sentencing so he can continue cooperating with the Russia probe. (Dec. 18)
Trump administration launches new Space Command
December 18, 2018

Trump administration launches new Space Command

Declaring that "a new era of American leadership in space has begun," Vice President Mike Pence announced the start of the Pentagon's new Space Command in a speech at the Kennedy Space Center Tuesday. (Dec. 18)
Procession held for Chicago officers hit by train
December 18, 2018

Procession held for Chicago officers hit by train

The bodies of two Chicago police officers who were fatally struck by a train were brought to the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office through a police procession early Tuesday morning. (Dec. 18)
Look back at historic Apollo 8 mission to the moon
December 18, 2018

Look back at historic Apollo 8 mission to the moon

Apollo 8 is considered NASA’s boldest undertaking ever. As it marks its 50th anniversary this Christmas, space experts and one of the astronauts tell the story of the Earthrise photo, which remains the most iconic space snapshot. (Dec 18)
13 students injured in North Carolina bus crash
December 17, 2018

13 students injured in North Carolina bus crash

A North Carolina school bus overturned after it was hit by a car, sending 13 middle school students to the hospital. (Dec. 17)
Chicago police: 2 officers hit by train die
December 17, 2018

Chicago police: 2 officers hit by train die

Chicago police say two officers investigating a shots-fired call on the city's far South Side have died after being struck by a train. Police say a weapon was recovered and a person of interest is being questioned. (Dec. 18)
Holiday decorations over NY-NJ tunnel moved
December 18, 2018

Holiday decorations over NY-NJ tunnel moved

A holiday wreath was removed from the Holland Tunnel, which links New York to New Jersey. A tree was moved from the letter N to A. Some motorists had complained that the design was distracting. (Dec. 18)
High surf and dangerous waves on California coast
December 18, 2018

High surf and dangerous waves on California coast

High surf warnings are posted on many California beaches as waves reaching up to 40 feet pound the West Coast. KGO-TV reports that the dangerous conditions postponed a surfing contest near San Francisco, but surfers hit the waves anyway. (Dec. 18)
Former FBI director Comey back on Capitol Hill
December 17, 2018

Former FBI director Comey back on Capitol Hill

Former FBI director James Comey arrived back on Capitol Hill Monday to continue his closed-door questioning by the House Judiciary and Oversight Committee. (Dec. 17)
US Coast Guard reports Caribbean cocaine bust
December 17, 2018

US Coast Guard reports Caribbean cocaine bust

The U.S. Coast Guard reports that three suspected drug smugglers were apprehended after a ten hour pursuit northeast of Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands on December 11th and more than 2,000 pounds of cocaine were seized. (Dec. 17)
May sets Brexit deal vote for week of January 14
December 17, 2018

May sets Brexit deal vote for week of January 14

May sets Brexit deal vote for week of January 14
Study shows vaping boom in teens
December 17, 2018

Study shows vaping boom in teens

Twice as many high school students used nicotine-tinged electronic cigarettes this year compared with last year, an unprecedented jump in a large annual survey of teen smoking, drinking and drug use. (Dec. 17)
AP Top Stories December 17
December 17, 2018

AP Top Stories December 17

Here's the latest for Monday December 17th: Government shutdown threatened over border wall; Migrant girl's father signed form saying she was healthy; Giuliani says Mueller will not interview Trump; Coast Guard seizes cocaine near Virgin Islands.
Family of migrant girl dispute story on her death
December 17, 2018

Family of migrant girl dispute story on her death

Lawyers for the family of a seven-year-old girl who died while in US Border Patrol custody say she did not suffer from a lack of food or water before authorities picked her up. US officials say she had not had anything to eat or drink for days. (Dec. 17)
AP Top Stories December 16 P
December 16, 2018

AP Top Stories December 16 P

Here are the top stories for Sunday, December 16th: The White House digs in on the border wall; the Israeli military discovers a border tunnel; Bay area-residents brace for high surf; a fire kills animals at a zoo.