Change country:

D.C.-area forecast: Sunshine galore this week as temperature rise through Thursday and then ease back

After mid-70s midweek, the coolest weather of the fall so far arrives over the weekend.
Read full article on:
Mark Meadows Walks Back on Deposition Agreement With Jan. 6 Committee
This latest development comes just a week after the House panel had announced the former White House chief of staff's cooperation.
3 m
Cloud Seeding Explained As China Reportedly Controlled Weather Before Political Parade
China's government has invested well over a billion dollars into weather control technology, the Xinhua news agency reported in 2017.
4 m
Meet NASA’s newest class of astronauts who will train for future moon missions
The space agency introduced the six men and four women during a ceremony in Houston, home to Mission Control and the astronaut corps.
5 m
Sex toy ad backfires spectacularly at Olympic qualifying event
A Dutch sex toy company’s attempt to reach fans of the wholesome sport of curling led some broadcasters to cancel their livestream of a tournament that will determine the final spots in the Beijing Olympics. Local organizers of the Olympic Qualification Event in the Netherlands said they were told that on-ice ads with the EasyToys...
7 m
China Threatens To Derail Joint Climate Action Over U.S. Olympics Boycott
The White House said China's cooperation on global issues such as climate change "is not a favor" to the United States.
9 m
Unvaccinated hospital patients in Illinois should pay for their covid-19 care, Democrat proposes
The proposed bill, which calls for unvaccinated hospital patients to pay for health-care expenses out-of-pocket, comes as Illinois is grappling with increases in covid-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations in the last week.
9 m
Reporter reads from Meadows' letter to January 6 committee
Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows reverses course and says he will no longer cooperate with the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection. CNN's Whitney Wild reports on the letter released by his attorney.
2022 Beijing Winter Olympics Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Olivia Rodrigo is taking her teen angst on tour
Olivia Rodrigo is planning on hitting the road in 2022.
Two men fatally struck by NYC subway trains overnight: cops
Two men were fatally struck by trains in Brooklyn and Manhattan overnight according to the NYPD. One of the deaths has been ruled a suicide.
Devin Nunes chose Trump-branded truth as a career five years ago
A culmination, not a change.
Kansas Police Spend Entire Day Chasing Camel Who Escaped From Live Nativity
Law enforcement tried to catch the dashing dromedary—branded "Forrest Hump" by local residents—using golf carts and a lasso.
People are regretting spending $800 dollars on a Chanel advent calendar featuring stickers and a dust-bag
“Bro stop selling the advent calendar,” one angry social media user begged the brand amid growing backlash.
Is Eddie Leaving '9-1-1'? What We Know About Ryan Guzman's Future on the Show
"9-1-1" this year ended on the cliffhanger that Eddie is ready to leave – and some clues from actor Ryan Guzman might reveal what happens next.
Tech companies join the fight to take down hacking groups
Google and Microsoft both announced takedown operations in the past 24 hours.
Ariana Grande 'Asianfishing' Controversy Explained
The pop star's appearance in new photos has been questioned.
Biden’s Thorny Options for Changing the Supreme Court
The likelihood of a solid conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court for years to come, one perhaps poised even to overrule the landmark abortion-rights decision Roe v. Wade, has some worried Democrats considering changes to the court itself. Some urged President Joe Biden to pursue the idea of expanding, or “packing,” the court beyond its current nine seats, though Biden has indicated he doesn’t like that idea. Others would replace the life tenure of Supreme Court justices with fixed terms
The Daily Money: Pandemic highlights the need to help the 'unbanked'
Today's top stories from USA TODAY Money.
How Bennington's literary brat pack spawned an addictive, L.A.-obsessed podcast
Lili Anolik's 'Once Upon a Time ... at Bennington College,' on the school days of Bret Easton Ellis, Donna Tartt and Jonathan Lethem, concludes this week.
Melrose Avenue neighborhood group to install license plate readers over crime worries
Melrose Action raised $30,000 for license plate readers, including $10,000 from L.A. City Councilman Paul Koretz. The readers start going up this week.
Senate Finance to scrutinize Amazon, data brokers
Also: More details on new teen safety features for Instagram.
This warm spinach artichoke dip is extra creamy, with a little added zip
Hot sauce adds a tangy zip to this otherwise classic recipe for warm spinach and artichoke dip.
Schumer's tight timeline
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer isn't backing away from his goal of passing Democrats’ reconciliation bill out of the chamber by Christmas.
Would the U.S. Have Spotted Omicron as Fast as South Africa?
A disorganized public health system slows and muddies America’s Covid response.
Amanda Gorman's debut poetry collection 'Call Us What We Carry' inspires fellow WriteGirls
"Call Us What We Carry" cements Gorman as one of the greatest poets of her time. Fellow WriteGirl mentors and mentees reflect on her influence.
How To Watch ‘Live In Front Of A Studio Audience’
ABC has a gift for all of us this holiday season... Live In Front Of A Studio Audience!
How Roe v. Wade could tip the midterms — or not
A majority of U.S. voters have a message for the Supreme Court: Leave Roe v. Wade alone.
What to expect as Biden and Putin hold video call amid tensions at Russia-Ukraine border
President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet today via video call amid heightened tensions as tens of thousands of Russian troops have massed near the Ukrainian border. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins "CBSN AM" from the White House to discuss.
The media has given Republicans a free pass on assaulting democracy
Democrats need to take the gloves off.
Google disrupted a massive botnet that hackers used to steal information and mine cryptocurrency
Tech giants like Google and Microsoft are increasingly going after hackers and botnets like Glupteba.
The media has given Republicans a free pass on assaulting democracy
Democrats need to take the gloves off.
Wrestling Top 10: Much has changed across the sport, but Damascus remains on top in the area
Area teams are beginning their new seasons, and a sense of normalcy is refreshing after last winter.
Second-grader brought gun to St. Louis elementary school
The child reportedly found the weapon in a box under his parents' bed.
Thief breaks into Brooklyn synagogue 3 times, steals $2K from donation box
The suspect first broke into the Congregation Israel of Kings Bay Synagogue around 10 p.m. on Nov. 22 by breaking a rear window.
Cop Kills Wife, Five Others in Shooting Spree: Police
Kenyan police said the officer, identified as Police Constable Benson Imbasi, went on a "killing spree" near the capital Nairobi before taking his own life.
How To Defeat Shiny Druddigon in 'Pokemon GO's' Dragonspiral Descent Event
As part of "Pokemon GO's" new Dragonspiral Descent event, players can get their hands on a shiny Druddigon. Here is how to defeat one and claim it for your own.
UAE moving official workweek to Monday through Friday
Government employees would work a half-day on Friday, the traditional Muslim holy day, and then take Saturday and Sunday off.
Ethiopia Says It Recaptured 2 Strategic Towns From Tigray Rebels
The government said it took back the towns of Dessie and Kombolcha, the latest in a string of wins Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has claimed in recent days.
Brooke Shields blasts Barbara Walters over ‘criminal’ 1981 interview
Shields reminisced about the interview during Monday's edition of Dax Shepard's podcast "Armchair Expert." Shepard described Walters' tactics as "maddening."
Devin Nunes leaving Congress to become CEO of Trump media company
Republican Congressman Devin Nunes, a longtime Trump ally from California, is resigning his seat in the House to become CEO of Trump's new media company. CBS Los Angeles reporter Tom Wait has details.
Colton Underwood makes it Instagram official with boyfriend Jordan C. Brown
Colton Underwood is happy and in love.
McEnany on high-stakes Biden-Putin call on Ukraine: 'We all see Biden's capabilities'
'Outnumbered' co-host Kayleigh McEnany warned Vladimir Putin only understands 'action' and 'strength' as Biden holds a meeting with him over rising tension in Ukraine.
Jussie Smollett trial: Actor also fighting battle in the court of public opinion
Outside the courtroom where former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett is fighting charges accusing him of lying to Chicago police about being the victim of an anti-gay, racist attack, his publicist has introduced a roster of supporters to the assembled TV cameras.
Mark Meadows to halt cooperation with January 6 committee
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows will cease cooperation with the House select committee investigating January 6, according to a letter from his attorney to the panel, which was obtained by CNN on Tuesday.
Protester charged with trying to intimidate judge in Daunte Wright trial
Cortez Rice was among a group of protestors outside a high-rise condo where they believed Judge Regina Chu lived.
'The Bachelorette' Season 18: Where is Peter's Pizzeria?
Peter's Pizzeria was the focus of a surprising amount of "The Bachelorette: Men Tell All" after Will was accused of review-bombing his rival.
‘Funny fat girl’ Rebel Wilson’s team didn’t want her to lose weight
The "Pitch Perfect" star has said that she wanted to focus on her health and fitness in order to increase her chances of getting pregnant.
Pearl Harbor survivors gather and remember those lost in the attack
A few dozen survivors of Pearl Harbor are expected to gather Tuesday at the site of the Japanese bombing 80 years ago to remember those killed in the attack that launched the U.S. into World War II.