China reports more cases, 150 more deaths from new virus
South Korea has reported 161 new cases of the new virus that has spread rapidly in the region surrounding its southwest city of Daegu, bringing its total number of cases to 763.
The Latest: Bloomberg delays town hall to prepare for debate
President Donald Trump is congratulating Bernie Sanders for his Nevada caucus win.
'Promises kept' mantra doesn't always match Trump's reality
Vice President Mike Pence has a favorite line when he introduces President Donald Trump at rallies.
Passage to India: Trump ready for warm embrace, adulation
President Donald Trump is ready for a king's welcome in India when he arrives Monday for a packed two-day visit.
Moderates hustle to blunt Sanders' momentum after Nevada win
Bernie Sanders’ commanding Nevada caucus victory has made him a top target for his Democratic rivals.
Italy rushes to contain Europe's first major virus outbreak
Italy's number of cases of the new corona virus leaped upward, with dozens of new confirmed cases reported in Lombardy, the northern region which includes the country's financial capital, Milan.
Moscow targets Chinese with raids amid virus fears
Russian authorities are going to significant lengths to keep the virus in China from surfacing in Moscow.
Haiti police exchange fire with troops near national palace
Off-duty police officers have exchanged fire with members of the newly reconstituted Haitian Army in front of the National Palace in a dangerous escalation of protests over police pay and working conditions.
Stress, rumors, even violence: Virus fear goes viral
Even as illnesses and deaths from the new virus increase, fear is advancing like a tsunami, and not just around the Chinese city of Wuhan, the center of the outbreak that has been declared a global health emergency.
Opioid settlement still elusive as some lawyers criticize it
Lawyers for some state and local governments say the deal being offered by companies in a sweeping national settlement over the toll of opioids isn't enough.
Reliability of pricey new voting machines questioned
Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. voters will cast ballots this year on devices that look and feel like the discredited paperless voting machines they once used, yet leave a paper record of the vote.
US 'honor roll' of historic places often ignores slavery
The National Register of Historic Places is the government’s official honor roll for more than 95,000 sites that are important to the story of the United States.
UN study: 1 of every 3 Venezuelans is facing hunger
A study by the U.N. World Food Program says one in every three people in Venezuela is struggling to put enough food on the table to meet minimum nutrition requirements as the nation's severe economic contraction and political upheaval persist.
B. Smith, model turned lifestyle guru, dead at 70
Model, restaurateur and lifestyle guru Barbara "B.".
Who is No. 1? Whoever gets to fill out 2020 Census form
Who gets to be “Person 1?”.
Skeptic of world being round dies in California rocket crash
A California man who said he wanted to fly to the edge of outer space to see if the world is flat or round has died after his home-built rocket blasted off into the desert sky and plunged back to earth.
Judge halts plan to move virus patients to California city
A judge has put on hold a U.S. plan to quarantine up to 50 people infected with a new virus from China in a Southern California city.
Charter bus rollover kills 3, injures 18 outside San Diego
A charter bus has rolled down an embankment off a Southern California highway, killing three people and injuring 18 others.
Michigan sex-misconduct claims mirror Ohio State doctor case
When the University of Michigan announced last week that allegations of decades-old sexual misconduct by a sports doctor were under investigation, the case immediately called to mind a similar probe at Ohio State.
Buttigieg questions 3rd place finish in Nevada, cites errors
Pete Buttigieg’s campaign has questioned his third-place finish in Nevada’s caucuses and called for the state’s Democratic party to release a more detailed breakdown of votes and address reports of more than 200 problems allocating votes in Saturday’s caucuses.