Tools

Trump keeps up attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar

President Trump has not backed down from his criticism of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, one day after attempting to distance himself from the "send her back" chants at his rally in North Carolina. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang and Politico congressional reporter Melanie Zanona joined CBSN to discuss that and other political news of the day.
Load more
Read full article on: cbsnews.com
St. Louis woman broke barriers as a Marine
6 m
edition.cnn.com
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend announce pregnancy in 'Wild' music video
John Legend's new music video for "Wild" came with a surprise announcement: He and wife Chrissy Teigen are having a third child.
7 m
latimes.com
Brush fire in West Covina is moving toward homes, officials say
Firefighters responded Thursday afternoon to a fire in the city of West Covina that is moving towards homes, authorities said.
8 m
latimes.com
Trump doesn't refute false birther theory about Sen. Harris
At a press briefing, Donald Trump did not refute a false birther theory about Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), telling the reporter who asked about it that he "will take a look." CNN's Jim Acosta called it "a new low" for the president.
9 m
edition.cnn.com
Facebok exec explains why Trump's false claim remains on the site
CNN's Pamela Brown speaks with Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook's head of cybersecurity policy, about the company's new tools to combat misinformation ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
edition.cnn.com
"Saving Mr. Banks" premieres in Hollywood
Tom Hanks wins over Emma Thompson with a spoonful of sugar, and Justin Bieber tags Brazil. Suzanne Marques has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
cbsnews.com
US youngster Tyler Adams helps fire RB Leipzig into the Champions League semifinals
American youngster Tyler Adams scored a late winner to fire RB Leipzig past Atletico Madrid and into the Champions League semifinals on Thursday.
edition.cnn.com
Hillary Clinton says if Trump loses, he won't go 'silently into the night'
2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Thursday that if President Donald Trump loses the presidential election this fall, she believes he won't go "silently into the night."
edition.cnn.com
Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson split
Cyrus and Simpson were first linked together in October.
nypost.com
NYC payphone booth haven for heroin-addicts, locals say
At least two people a day brazenly inject themselves in the nook on 39th Street between 5th and 6th avenues, typically between 10 a.m. and noon, according to the owner of a nearby restaurant.
nypost.com
Women move to forefront of protests sweeping Belarus over disputed election results
After "Europe's last dictator" claims election win in Belarus, days of protests put spotlight on women.
latimes.com
What was Jackie Kennedy's favorite picture of JFK?
You may not know Henry Grossman, but you know his pictures. Iconic shots of President John F. Kennedy, the Beatles and other famous faces that dot the American historical landscape. Watch Morley Safer's report on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
cbsnews.com
Hillary Clinton suggests she's willing to serve in Biden administration: 'I'm ready to help any way I can'
Hillary Clinton was asked if she would accept a job in the Biden administration. 
foxnews.com
Trump says spike in crime, high taxes could help him win New York in 2020 election
President Trump said during an exclusive Oval Office interview on Thursday that his election campaign is “putting New York in play” against Democrat Joe Biden in the 2020 election. Trump told The Post that he believes a spike in violent crime and high taxes can help him win his home state in an upset against...
nypost.com
Oprah puts more than 300 lots of items up for auction
Oprah Winfrey launches an auction to sell more than 300 lots of furnishings, artwork and memorabilia. Proceeds will go to help students from Winfrey's school in South Africa. Jeff Glor reports.
cbsnews.com
Islanders prepared to handle any Capitals backlash for Anders Lee hit
The Capitals are surely still thinking about Islanders captain Anders Lee and his hit on Nicklas Backstrom that knocked the Capitals star center out of the rest of Game 1, and officially out of Game 2 as well. Less than three minutes into the Islanders’ eventual 4-2 win in Game 1 Wednesday, Lee laid a...
nypost.com
Trump Denies Postal Service Threats, Says Democrats Can Negotiate Funding
President Donald Trump has walked back remarks that were taken as a threat of intentionally sabotaging postal operations to his political advantage this fall.
newsweek.com
Miley Cyrus reveals she lost her virginity to Liam Hemsworth at 16
"I didn't go all the way with a dude until I was 16, but I ended up marrying the guy."
nypost.com
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend expecting third child
Things are going to get even more "Wild" in Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's home.
edition.cnn.com
Former George W. Bush administration official warns America is 'in the middle of a 70s style urban crisis'
"America is now in the middle of a 70s style urban crisis whose root is a well-founded fear of violent crime and social collapse in the midst of a pandemic," former George W. Bush administration official Michael Doran pronounced on Twitter Thursday.
foxnews.com
The Fast Draw: A Tale of Two Cities
At first glance, many cities appear to be big, sprawling, spread-out affairs that take on lives of their own. But one scientist believes that, while urban areas might be chaotic, they are controlled chaos -- and he offers a formula for getting the most out of your city, whether it's Barcelona, Beijing or Boston. Josh Landis and Mitch Butler of The Fast Draw report, in a story produced with the National Science Foundation.
cbsnews.com
Trump blasts Biden’s call for a nationwide mask-wearing order
Trump said Biden's call for the mandate showed an "appalling lack of respect" for the American people.
nypost.com
After allegations, Bryan Callen asks fans to pay for new podcast on Patreon
No longer a cohost on his podcast "The Fighter & the Kid," Bryan Callen is taking his voice to Patreon amid sexual misconduct allegations.
latimes.com
Gay baker honors cake request with homophobic message, was worried about potential lawsuit
An openly gay baker in Michigan is speaking out after she received a request for a custom cake with a homophobic message.
foxnews.com
Biden-Harris is a stinker and other commentary
Campaign watch: Biden-Harris Is a Stinker Any presidential running mate “should first and foremost ‘do no harm,’ ” Republican consultant Bradley A. Blakeman observes at FoxNews.com, yet Joe Biden’s pick, Kamala Harris, “will harm both” Biden’s election odds and “his chances of successfully governing” if elected. “She has zero foreign-policy experience and no economic gravitas,” for...
nypost.com
Texas voters reject $69.5M high school stadium plan
Voters in Katy, Texas, voted against a bond package that would've approved the building of the most expensive high school football stadium ever built. Gayle King reports.
cbsnews.com
U.S. to sell first new Treasury security in 17 years
The Treasury Department says next year it will begin selling U.S. government securities - the first new Treasury security in 17 years. Alison Harmelin reports on all of the day's top financial headlines.
cbsnews.com
Wildlife officers search for elk with tire around its neck
Colorado Parks and Wildlife tweeted a video of the unfortunate bull elk this week that had been recorded by a trail camera.
foxnews.com
Florida man charged for having more than 2 dozen pipe bombs after one went off
No one is believed to have been hurt in the Wednesday night incident, police said. It is unclear whether he will face federal charges.       
usatoday.com
42 felony charges approved in Chicago looting incident, prosecutors say
Dozens of people have been charged in connection with widespread looting in downtown Chicago earlier this week, county prosecutors said Thursday evening.        
usatoday.com
A stash of beer and gum that dates back to the 1980s was discovered hidden behind the shelves of a Washington library
It was a real whodunit when a stash of beer and gum from the 1980s was discovered behind the walls of the Mystery section at a Washington library.
edition.cnn.com
This is Joe Biden's secret weapon
Joe Biden is not Donald Trump. Like, literally. The former vice president and the current President are two entirely different human beings! Which, it turns out, appears to be Biden's greatest advantage in the 2020 presidential race.
edition.cnn.com
Chrissy Teigen, John Legend expecting their third child
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are adding to their family.
foxnews.com
Michael Cohen previews tell-all Trump book, alleges Russia collusion, other sordid scandals
Michael Cohen has released the foreword of his tell-all memoir about Donald Trump, in which he alleges Russia collusion and other sordid scandals.        
usatoday.com
Trump says Kamala Harris is ‘a bad version’ of Hillary Clinton
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Thursday compared Sen. Kamala Harris to his 2016 opponent Hillary Clinton — brutally describing her as a shallow opportunist who stands for nothing during an interview with The Post in the Oval Office. The president also tore apart Harris’ polarizing criminal justice record, accusing Joe Biden’s new running mate of...
nypost.com
Heather Graham, 50, zens out at the beach during 'this crazy year'
'Hope everyone is safe and healthy,' she wrote.
foxnews.com
Through violence, the pandemic, and the fight against injustice, the 'Peace House' is providing comfort and resources for its Chicago community
Since 2013, CNN Hero Robbin Carroll's non-profit, I Grow Chicago, has been working with residents of the city's vulnerable West Englewood neighborhood to improve their lives, lift up their community and find healing. Now, in the wake of Covid-19, their efforts are more crucial than ever.
edition.cnn.com
Watch this 'Vertigo'-inspired dance film that's a love letter to San Francisco
Directed by L.A. Dance Project's Benjamin Millepied, the film has members of San Francisco Ballet dancing in some of the city's beloved locations.
latimes.com
Trump administration seizes four Iranian fuel ships violating sanctions
The Trump administration has reportedly confiscated four Iranian cargo ships believed to be carrying fuel in violation of US sanctions. The US seized the four ships without using military force in recent days as tensions have risen between the White House and Tehran, the Wall Street Journal reported. The vessels — named the Bering, Bella,...
nypost.com
Opinion: Before proposing a new wealth tax, maybe California should actually try studying it first
With less than three weeks left in this year's legislative session, a powerful union and some Democratic allies try to push through a novel tax on wealth that would apply even to some nonresidents. What could possibly go wrong?
latimes.com
Prosecutors say 30 women have come forward with groping accusations against Cuba Gooding Jr.
Manhattan prosecutors in Cuba Gooding Jr.'s groping case said in court Thursday that more women have come forward with accusations of unwanted touching by the Oscar-winning actor, bringing the total number of women to come forward to 30.
edition.cnn.com
The President's quest for 'perfect' hair starts with the shower
Last week, the President of the United States again lamented one of his most commonly referenced beefs.
edition.cnn.com
Vox says Biden is 'moving left' with Harris on ticket despite media calling her 'moderate'
Vox appears to be parting with the mainstream media's growing push to portray Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as a "moderate" in a new piece arguing Joe Biden is "moving left" with her on the ticket. 
foxnews.com
Pence Calls Recent U.S. Violence a 'Preview of Joe Biden's Agenda'
"The truth is these efforts of blaming law enforcement for violence in our streets, blaming law enforcement for unrest across America, have got to end," Vice President Mike Pence said.
newsweek.com
Republican convention theme revealed: ‘Honoring the Great American Story’
The Trump campaign on Thursday afternoon  had back to back phone calls with Republican members of Congress, previewing the themes for the 2020 Republican National Convention, Fox News has learned. 
foxnews.com
Joanna Gaines announces new showroom opening in Magnolia Market
On Thursday, the Magnolia brand released a behind-the-scenes video about the making of Magnolia House.
foxnews.com
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend reveal they are expecting baby No. 3 in 'Wild' music video
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend first met on set of a music video in 2006, so it's only fitting they announced their baby news by way of another one.        
usatoday.com
All-female Hasidic ambulance corps gets green light after years-long battle
New York State health officials approved a license for an all-female Hasidic ambulance company to provide emergency medical service in orthodox Jewish section of Brooklyn. The application by members of Ezras Nashim had been opposed by the rival, all-male Hatzolah ambulance and many rabbis. But the New York State Emergency Medical Services Council on Thursday...
nypost.com