Judge in Stanford rape case on whether he'd make same ruling today
In his only TV interview, Aaron Persky is speaking out before voters decide if he should be removed over his handling of a sexual assault trial
Efforts appear underway to revive North Korea summit
This weekend, President Trump said plans for the summit were still moving forward
Shailene Woodley on "Adrift," the true-life story of survival at sea
The Golden Globe-nominated actress performed her own stunts in the harrowing adventure, shot mostly in the open waters of the Pacific
Arlington memorial highlights the struggles and sacrifices of female vets
A unique memorial at the gateway to Arlington National Cemetery aims to tell the often overlooked stories of women in the military
Eye Opener: Massive floods tear through Maryland city
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"1,000-year flood" ravages city for 2nd time in 2 years
One person is missing after flash flooding slams community that was devastated by a deadly deluge in 2016
Commentary: America's military and Donald Trump
America's military has quite a bit to celebrate this year—in large part thanks to President Trump
A Memorial Day worth remembering
"For too many Americans, Memorial Day has become just another day off," said Andy Rooney. How did he want the holiday celebrated?
Helping orphaned rhino find their way
Rampant poaching in South Africa leaves young rhino without mothers, and specialized orphanages fill the void
Controversial rhino horn sales eyed as solution to poaching crisis
Poachers are killing rhino at a rate of three per day in South Africa. An unusual plan aims to crack down on that, but some conservation groups...
Meadows calls separation of immigrant families a "horrible law"
Trump ally Meadows tells "Face the Nation" there’s bipartisan support for finding a change to existing immigration law
Joshua Holt, American jailed in Venezuela, has been released, says Sen. Hatch
"Good news about the release of the American hostage from Venezuela," President Trump tweeted