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Plus, it's back to school season, USA TODAY launches the Women of the Century project, a new hurricane forms in the Pacific and it's been one year since the death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.(Audio: Associated Press)
USA TODAY’s Leaders of Change project is spotlighting activists across the country—people who we think will be in the history books because of their work advancing social justice in 2020. Leaders of Change nominee Dawn Porter makes films highlighting political struggles that help everyone, like Congressman Lewis' crusade for voting rights. Look out for more from Leaders of Change later this month.
Plus, progress continues on COVID-19 vaccines, thousands of people remain without power in the New York City area, a new documentary on Jeffrey Epstein's alleged abuses airs on Lifetime and the NHL wraps up qualifying series.(Audio: Associated Press, Lifetime)
Plus, activists push to suspend prison admissions in Arizona amid a massive outbreak, Los Angeles will shut off power for party houses that repeatedly violate COVID-19 protocol, job gain numbers are out for July and Lady Gaga debuts a new show on Apple Music.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, France's president heads to Lebanon, it's been 75 years since the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, the Labor Department releases its latest job numbers and the PGA Championship is here.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, governors from six states collaborate to get quick coronavirus tests, lawmakers say they're closer on a new stimulus deal, Isaias leaves millions without power and the Europa League is back.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump and Pelosi both go after Dr. Deborah Birx, Michigan holds its primary, Chad Daybell's hearing continues after his wife's kids were found dead and there's a new book in the 'Twilight' saga.(Audio: Associated Press, AccuWeather)
Plus, Dr. Deborah Birx warns rural areas to take the coronavirus seriously, Tropical Storm Isaias heads for the Carolinas, Pac-12 athletes push for changes with unity group and Google releases a new phone.(Audio: Associated Press)
How did Jack Roland Murphy go from world-champion surfer to notorious jewel thief? How did it all go wrong and end in at least two murders in the murky waterways of southern Florida? Find out on The Sneak: Murders at Whiskey Creek. "5 Things" is bringing you the entire first episode.
Plus, the countdown is on for a stimulus agreement, hurricane season continues, Muslims begin celebrating Eid al-Adha and Beyoncé releases a new visual album.(Audio: Associated Press, WH.GOV, Walt Disney Studios)
Plus, Democrats and Republicans continue to debate a new stimulus, tech CEOs testify before Congress on anti-trust issues, John Lewis lies in state at the Georgia State Capitol and the Federal Reserve may signal zero interest rates for even longer.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump talks testing, Rep. John Lewis lies in state at the U.S. Capitol, a Chinese researcher is expected in court for fraud and the Delta Aquariid meteor shower lights up the sky.(Audio: Associated Press)
The death of Rep. John Lewis marks the end of an era. We're bringing back his speeches from the 50th anniversary of the Selma voting rights march and interviews in which Lewis looks back on 'Bloody Sunday.' Members of Congress and veteran activists share their memories of Lewis' fight to secure protections against voter disenfranchisement. They also look ahead to how a new generation of activists will walk in Lewis' footsteps. Click here to find our 40-page special edition commemorating his life's work.
Plus, $600 weekly unemployment supplements expire, new international college students won't be able to study in the U.S. this fall if their university goes fully online, the WNBA returns and Puerto Rico closes most businesses on Sundays as cases surge.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, lawmakers work toward finalizing the latest pandemic relief bill, Michael Cohen is out of prison again, hurricanes spin in the Atlantic and Pacific and Taylor Swift releases a surprise album.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, C.T. Vivian is laid to rest, Major League Baseball is back, Tropical Storm Gonzalo strengthens into a hurricane and Microsoft unveils more Xbox games for its new system.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Gavin Newsom)
Plus, protests in Portland continue as federal agents remain, storms form in the Atlantic and Pacific, Comet Neowise gets close to Earth and Prince Philip makes a rare public appearance.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, negotiations continue for the next COVID-19 relief bill, a primary suspect is named in the shooting death of a New Jersey judge's son, Vanity Fair puts the work of a Black photographer on its cover for the first time and Alex Trebek tells his story in a memoir.(Audio: Associated Press, Jeopardy!)
Plus, more stores require masks, a nationwide strike pushes for racial justice, Florida voters register after the Supreme Court deals a blow to felons and a new NBA show tackles issues on and off the court.(Audio: United Nations)
We're sharing personal stories we received as part of the Corona Diaries project. You'll hear from parents in Florida and Rhode Island, an elderly couple in Denver, Colorado, as well as international audio submissions from Wiesbaden and Munich, Germany, and Bangalore, India. Corona Diaries is part of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard. You can share your pandemic stories by clicking here, and telling us how you're preparing for the upcoming school year.
Plus, federal law enforcement officers using unmarked vehicles are arresting protesters in Portland, Americans defy travel bans during the pandemic, Trump appears in a testy Fox News interview and Major League Baseball gears toward a restart.(Audio: Associated Press, whitehouse.gov)
Plus, Chicago extends its quarantine list, listeners share summer coronavirus stories, The Chicks release their first album in 14 years and it's Black Friday in July.(Audio: Associated Press, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms)
Plus, the Labor Department releases new job numbers, Twitter responds after a massive hack, Trump's reelection campaign shakes things up and scientists will reveal the closest photos ever of the sun.(Audio: Associated Press, European Space Agency)
Plus, tax day is here, Segway retires its most famous vehicle, NASCAR allows 30,000 fans and Peacock joins the streaming wars.(Audio: Associated Press, Segway, Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service)
Plus, Mary Trump's new book talks about President Donald Trump, Ghislaine Maxwell appears in court, actress Naya Rivera's body has been found and voters in Alabama head to the polls.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Tucker Carlson addresses racist and sexist remarks made by one of his writers, NHL training camps open, it's been 17 years since the last federal execution in the U.S. and Ford unveils its newest Bronco after changing the date from O.J. Simpson's birthday.(Audio: Associated Press)
Many of the more than 3 million people who have gotten COVID-19 report lingering body pain, irregular heartbeat, anxiety, breathing problems, chronic fatigue, and even organ failure. John Holdridge, 55, and Marjorie Roberts, 59, share their stories of recovery. You can check out our Coronavirus Chronicles video series to hear from more survivors. Get the Coronavirus Watch newsletter and stay informed about the spread of the virus.
Plus, a COVID-19 patient shares a recovery story, Walt Disney World reopens, Jimmie Johnson returns to the racetrack after a positive test result scare and New Yorkers are treated to a 'Manhattanhenge' sunset.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the White House ramps up pressure to reopen schools, an ousted prosecutor will testify before a House committee, some NBA teams return to practice and Japanese theme parks give a peculiar recommendation on roller coaster screaming.(Audio: Associated Press, Queensland Police Service)
Plus, Mexico's president visits the White House to celebrate a new trade deal, the Ivy League will make a decision about whether to play fall sports, Major League Soccer is back and SpaceX sends more internet satellites to Space.(Audio: Associated Press)
In Changing The Game, a new podcast from USA TODAY Sports, award-winning journalist Nancy Armour interviews icons, Olympians, and trailblazers to explore how women are revolutionizing the world of sports and society as a whole. In this Sunday's 5 Things, host Claire Thornton brings you parts of Changing The Game episodes featuring Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike and U.S. Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez.
Plus, Joey Chestnut tries for hot dog eating glory again, COVID-19 cases are rising in 40 states, a lunar eclipse combines with fireworks and a NASCAR driver will have a Trump 2020 design on his car.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Senate approves legislation penalizing China for Hong Kong actions, Los Angeles cuts police funding, Trump attends a fireworks ceremony at Mt. Rushmore and 'Hamilton' hits streaming.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Greg Abbott, Governor Gavin Newsom, Walt Disney Studios)
Plus, Allegiant Air requires mask use, dueling jobs reports paint different pictures of the economy, intelligence officials brief lawmakers on a reported Russian bounty scandal and John Bolton's memoir is a best-seller.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Gavin Newsom)
Plus, the European Union opens up to international travelers but not those from the U.S., Delaware removes its last public whipping post, minimum wages increase in some states and new cell phone driving laws are on the way.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will testify on the pandemic response, an investigation will look into the Louisville mayor's handling of Breonna Taylor's death, primary results are expected in Kentucky and the New England Patriots owner's prostitution case goes to an appellate court.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Governor Doug Ducey)
Plus, coronavirus cases drop in some states as they reach record highs in others, most Americans say it would be inappropriate for Trump to dispute the election, there's a gap between Black and white home ownership in America and flight tests will begin for the Boeing 737 Max.(Audio: Associated Press)
We talked to dozens of teenagers about growing up Black in Tamir Rice’s America. They’re all turning 18 this year, the same age Tamir Rice—who was shot and killed by police at age 12—should have turned this past Thursday. We also hear from Tamir Rice's mother, Samaria Rice, who is fighting to advance legal and policy changes to the criminal justice system.
Plus, Louisville fights for justice for Breonna Taylor, the House votes to make DC a state, Pride Month wraps up online and the BET Awards will honor performers and activists.(Audio: Associated Press, Louisville Courier Journal)
Plus, Minneapolis votes on whether to dismantle its police department, the House votes on making Washington, D.C. a state, it's been five years since the landmark Supreme Court decision extending marriage rights to the LGBTQ community and the Daytime Emmy Awards go virtual.(Audio: Associated Press, CDC, General Hospital)
Plus, House Democrats bring forward a new police reform bill, states announce quarantine orders amid a spike in coronavirus cases, millions more file for unemployment and a Saharan dust cloud is expected to reach the Gulf Coast.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, get ready for baseball, governors create mask rules, an attorney will testify that the DOJ gave Roger Stone favorable treatment and a new documentary looks into the investigative journalism behind stopping Larry Nassar.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Doug Ducey, Governor Jay Inslee, Netflix)
Plus, health leaders testify on coronavirus, an Atlanta police officer says he did nothing wrong after the death of Rayshard Brooks, voters head to primary polls and NBA head coaches can once again work with their players.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Oregon considers early release for some inmates due to COVID-19, a noose was found in Black NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage, Apple kicks off its WWDC event virtually and Chipotle introduces a new Facebook bot for online orders.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
This Juneteenth weekend, we're bring back an episode from our 1619 Voices Project. Readers share personal accounts of escaping slavery that were passed down in their families for generations. USA TODAY editors reflect on the meaning of freedom in 2020. We're remembering our past because it's proof of the struggles it took to create this nation. Go to 1619.usatoday.com for more.
Plus, Trump hits the campaign trail, coronavirus cases are rising again, a rare solar eclipse can be seen in parts of the world and Major League Baseball facilities close due to positive cases.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, the Supreme Court issues a major DACA decision, Florida sees a spike in COVID-19 cases, the White House continues to fight with John Bolton over his new book and JetBlue adds routes as travel picks back up.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, 22 states report a rise in coronavirus cases, United Airlines announces punishments for passengers who refuse to wear a mask, the Labor Department will announce the latest job loss numbers and Prince Charles hosts Emmanuel Macron on the anniversary of a famous World War II speech.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, it's been five years since the Charleston church shooting, new coronavirus cases pop up in Texas and Beijing, PG&E hears from family members of fire victims and 'The Bold and the Beautiful' resumes production.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Hawaii lifts quarantine between islands, the Supreme Court grants federal job protections to LGBTQ workers, Texas resumes executions and a Melania Trump biography hits shelves.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Clemson football team leads a demonstration, the CDC issues new COVID-19 guidelines, West Point cadets graduate under unusual circumstances and SpaceX launches its latest Falcon 9 rocket.(Audio: Associated Press, ClemsonTigers.com)
Plus, the latest on Tropical Depression Cristobal, coronavirus updates, the Fed is expected to give a grim economic outlook and Bubba Wallace promotes #BlackLivesMatter on his racecar.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Cristobal heads north, New York City begins reopening, primaries are held in Georgia and West Virginia and Oprah hosts a two-night special on the nation's future following the death of George Floyd.(Audio: Associated Press, OWN)
Protesters in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. are publicly condemning racist acts that kill Black people like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others. This week, reporters from around the USA TODAY Network covered calls to defund the police in Nashville, use of excessive force in Florida, and how reading anti-racist books is one step to bring about racial justice.
Plus, protests continue against police brutality, a tropical storm heads for the Gulf Coast, a massive asteroid swings 'close' to Earth and graduating seniors settle for virtual ceremonies.(Audio: Associated Press, NFL)
Plus, a list of books to fight racism, more reopenings are set after coronavirus lockdowns, the Strawberry Moon hits the night sky and it's National Doughnut Day.(Audio: Associated Press, Mike Desmond/WBFO/AP, Justin LaFrancois/AP, Drew Brees/Instagram)
Plus, three men accused in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery will appear in court, mass unemployment continues, health experts talk about COVID-19 fears at protests and NBA fans may finally get some good news.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, police departments begin banning chokeholds, the coronavirus pandemic continues, Major League Soccer announces its plans for the rest of the season and Global Running Day offers comfort during protests.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Latino homes are reporting COVID-19 symptoms more often than others, several states go to the polls to vote, the music industry takes part in Blackout Tuesday and Tropical Storm Amanda is weakening.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, USA TODAY journalists give their account of a busy demonstration weekend in Washington, coronavirus fears continue as thousands take to the streets, hurricane season begins and Pride Month is here.CORRECTION: A previous version of this episode misquoted President Donald Trump. The misquote has since been corrected.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo, @sahluwahl/Twitter, @holyfaulkner/Twitter, @andreamsahouri)
We're bringing you extended interviews with everyday people from earlier this year. A Colorado postal carrier, a Washington, D.C. pastor, and an Alabama healthcare worker tell us how their lives are impacted by the pandemic.
Plus, lingering symptoms are felt by many coronavirus survivors, SpaceX tries once again to blast astronauts to space, the Supreme Court refuses to force states to reopen churches and Part 2 of 'Lance' will look further into the cyclist's doping scandal.(Audio: Associated Press, ESPN)
Plus, more than 100,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S., China approves new legislation jeopardizing Hong Kong's autonomy, the Kennedy Space Center reopens to visitors and NASCAR at Charlotte moves to Thursday.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, HBO Max launches, Rocky Mountain National Park reopens, SpaceX is set to launch its first humans into space and Eminem reaches a new milestone.(Audio: 'Friends', Studio Ghibli, Associated Press, @eminem/Instagram)
Plus, lawsuits are being filed against state restrictions, the New York Stock Exchange reopens the trading floor, Puerto Rico slowly reopens and Americans' spending habits are changing during the pandemic.(Audio: WHO, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, honoring the fallen on Memorial Day, California's governor will issue new guidelines on religious gatherings, Memorial Day sales might be different than usual and NBCSN airs classic 'SNL' episodes hosted by athletes.(Audio: Associated Press, Saturday Night Live)
Plus, Muslims celebrate Ramadan in quarantine, meatpacking workers continue to face risks, Tiger and Phil face off in a charity golf event and a new ESPN documentary profiles the life of Lance Armstrong.(Audio: Associated Press, ESPN)
Plus, what cell data tells us about Americans' movements in recent weeks, the latest unemployment numbers will be revealed, more homeowners than usual are overdue on mortgages and Michael Cohen leaves prison early.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, a look at the beef industry during COVID-19, residents evacuate parts of Michigan due to flooding, a major cyclone heads for India and Bangladesh and McDonald's workers go on strike.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Gretchen Whitmer)
Plus, Mnuchin and Powell testify before a Senate committee, the U.S. pause in executions is scheduled to end, the NFL green lights opening practice facilities and seniors can get free Krispy Kreme doughnuts.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, COVID-19 complicates lives of foster kids, Tropical Storm Arthur heads for North Carolina, WHO holds its assembly online and the last dance for 'The Last Dance.'(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo, ESPN)
Plus, House Democrats work to push a new stimulus bill to the Senate, New York State begins reopening parts of the economy, English learners have added challenges during coronavirus and celebrities feature in online graduation ceremonies.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, the pandemic is hurting state budgets, more Americans file for unemployment, an ousted vaccine expert testifies at a congressional hearing and Joe Biden holds a virtual town hall.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Supreme Court hears a case on Trump's finances, three states hold in-person elections, MLB and its players negotiate pay and nurses honor their fallen and fight for more PPE.(Audio: Governor Andrew Cuomo, Associated Press)
Plus, how the pandemic is hitting LGBTQ Americans hard, cold weather slams the East, UFC becomes the first major U.S. sports organization to return and Happy Mother's Day!(Audio: Associated Press, AccuWeather)
Plus, advanced placement testing in high schools is changing during the pandemic, a historic unemployment rate has arrived, supporters run for awareness for slain Georgia man Ahmaud Arbery and a survey finds women are doing more of the share of quarantine parenting.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, 3.2 million more Americans file for unemployment, the Flower Moon lights up the night sky, the NFL announces its 2020 schedule and Microsoft unveils new games for the Series X console.(Audio: Associated Press, HALO)
Plus, advice on resources for rent help, NYC shuts down its transit system to disinfect daily, the Supreme Court hears a case on religious objection to contraceptives and Joe Biden will be endorsed by a major LGBTQ rights group.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, more states relax social distancing, FedEx workers search for answers amid deaths, Cinco de Mayo brings the fiesta home and Korean baseball hits U.S. airwaves.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Jay Inslee, Governor Ralph Northam)
Plus, how coronavirus is hitting different zip codes within the same cities, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments by phone, Teacher Appreciation Week begins and May the Fourth be with you.(Audio: Governor Mike DeWine, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Associated Press, Star Wars)
Plus, Joe Biden speaks out on an assault allegation against him, looking at how Florida cut public health funding before the pandemic, Trump heads to Camp David and most U.S. airline travelers need to wear masks.(Audio: Associated Press, Office of the Governor of California)
Plus, the USNS Comfort leaves New York, new unemployment numbers will be released, Ohio gives lessons in voting by mail and 'Parks and Recreation' is back for one night only.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Ron DeSantis, NBC)
Plus, a government report outlines the first economic quarter, severe weather heads through the Plains, an asteroid approaches Earth and the NCAA discusses letting student-athletes make money off their likenesses.(Audio: Associated Press, Office of the Governor of California)
Plus, Ohio holds an election by mail, some European countries reopen, postal workers adjust to changes during the pandemic and a federal court hears an appeal to force former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify before Congress.(Audio: Governor Greg Abbott, Associated Press)
Plus, Prime Minister Boris Johnson returns to work, Tulane's Teshaun Hightower has been charged with murder, CBS soap operas air vintage shows and 'The Last Dance' continues to steal sports fans' hearts.(Audio: Governor Andrew Cuomo, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, ESPN)
Plus, the race is on to find a COVID-19 vaccine, another cruise ship deals with coronavirus in Japan, victims of a Canadian mass shooting are remembered at a vigil and the NFL Draft moves to the second round.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, EU leaders meet to discuss economic aid, the Labor Department reports new jobless numbers, severe storms are expected across the South and the NFL Draft will select players remotely.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Brian Kemp)
Plus, anti-quarantine protests continue, looking into toilet paper shortages, Earth Day goes virtual and New Jersey artists band together for their state.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, Cuomo heads to the White House, protests continue against stay-at-home orders, the Lyrids meteor shower brightens the sky and Queen Elizabeth II turns 94 without celebrations.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, more money heads toward small business relief, Walmart and Sam's Club require employees to wear masks, 'The Last Dance' lights up the sports world and Duchess Meghan helps feed families in need.(Audio: Associated Press, ESPN)
Plus, food workers are at risk on the frontlines, protests continue against state stay-at-home orders, the South braces for more possible tornadoes and ESPN debuts a Michael Jordan documentary on Sunday.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo, ESPN)
Plus, more job news is expected, a CDC team visits a South Dakota plant hit hard by coronavirus, a U.S. judge holds a hearing about the Keystone XL pipeline and the high five may disappear.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a new saliva test could revolutionize coronavirus testing, Michigan residents protest an extended stay-at-home order, getting advice on relationships in quarantine and Mrs. America hits streaming.(Audio: Associated Press, FX Networks)
Plus, an update on postponed primaries, deadly weather in the South lightens up, a coalition makes it easier to donate directly to hospitals and fast food restaurants give away free food.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, a look at state government preparedness for COVID-19, General Motors begins volume production on ventilators, parts of the East Coast are bracing for severe weather and stock markets reopen after their best week in decades.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Americans on food stamps are hit hard by the struggling economy, Iceland tests 10% of its population for coronavirus, FEMA restricts PPE exports and 'Trolls World Tour' hits streaming.(Audio: Associated Press, DreamWorks)
Plus, more unemployment numbers will be released, Americans could begin receiving stimulus money, people are impersonating cops during stay-at-home orders and astronauts head to the International Space Station amid the pandemic.
Plus, black Americans are dying from coronavirus at higher rates than others in major cities, the acting Navy secretary resigns, many Americans say $1,200 isn't enough and 'Modern Family' says goodbye.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Andrew Cuomo, ABC)
Plus, airlines continue cutting flights, 3M commits to more domestic masks, a mass grave is found in Rwanda before the genocide anniversary and Wisconsin holds an election despite coronavirus.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a GM plant begins making masks, Walmart steps up cleaning at a Chicago store after two employee deaths, Quibi launches with bite-size videos and Ellen DeGeneres and Wendy Williams bring back new episodes.(Audio: Associated Press, Quibi)
Plus, Walmart and Target limit shoppers, there's a new basketball Hall of Fame class, cruise passengers may face an uphill battle in lawsuits and Queen Elizabeth II addresses the U.K.(Audio: Governor Andrew Cuomo)
Plus, more grim unemployment numbers could be on the way, some healthcare professionals are being furloughed, Florida residents will be allowed off cruise ships there and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer holds a town hall.(Audio: Associated Press, Governor Ron DeSantis/Facebook)
Plus, some renters get relief for the next few months but others don't, new COVID-19 treatments are being developed, two cruise ships remain in limbo off the coast of Florida and ESPN will air classic NBA Finals games.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the USNS Comfort has arrived in New York, Whole Foods employees strike, Harry and Meghan begin their post-royal life and a poll shows many Americans won't return to restaurants and other businesses for some time.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, stocks are expected to continue losses, employees strike for better coronavirus protections, James Corden hosts a TV show from his garage and ESPN airs old Monday Night Football games.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, China prohibits foreign nationals from entering the country, Elton John holds a virtual benefit concert, severe storms are set to slam the Midwest and many stores remain closed.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Southwest Airlines cuts 40% of daily flights, Grand Canyon National Park closes certain trails, MLB considers options for restarting the season and new albums drop on Friday.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Steph Curry chats will Dr. Anthony Fauci, tips for staying fit at home, the Space Force is set for a satellite launch and Strat-O-Matic tries bringing some of the Opening Day baseball magic.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, tips for homeschooling kids, the Olympics have been postponed, passengers from the Grand Princess are set for release from quarantine and more movies hit streaming.(Audio: Associated Press, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures)
Plus, New York bans non-essential travel, the 2020 census may run into some hiccups due to the coronavirus outbreak, the U.S./Mexico border closes for non-essential travel and movies hit streaming services early during the pandemic.(Audio: Associated Press, Pixar, Universal Pictures)
Plus, stores dedicate special times for elderly shoppers, tornadoes may hit the central U.S., Queen Elizabeth II moves to Windsor Castle for the coming weeks and spring has arrived. (Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, G-7 leaders hold a virtual summit, U.S. stock markets are likely heading for another tumble, legislation for economic relief hits the Senate and the NFL grabs some offseason headlines.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the NBA suspends its season, the Olympic torch will be lit without spectators, it's been a year since an FBI raid on parents who cheated in college admissions and Pete Buttigieg hosts 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.'(Audio: Associated Press, World Health Organization)
Plus, the U.S. State Department reduces staffing in Italy, sentencing is set to begin for Harvey Weinstein, a Trump asylum-seeker policy may have a chance to return and George Pell appeals his child sex abuse conviction.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Trump administration meets to discuss financial relief for businesses during coronavirus, Italy restricts travel for the entire country, sports leagues close locker rooms to media members and Ethiopia remembers a deadly 737 Max plane crash one year later. (Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a relief concert is held for Tennessee, Harry and Meghan attend their final royal engagement, a worm moon appears in the sky and 'Onward' jumps in front at the box office.(Audio: Associated Press, Pixar)
Plus, Harry and Meghan continue their royal farewell tour, Daylight Saving Time is here, Sanders and Biden hit the weekend campaign trail and Sunday is International Women's Day.(Audio: Associated Press, Bernie Sanders 2020)
Plus, Idaho mom Lori Vallow appears in court, SpaceX launches a Dragon 1 spacecraft for the final time, a Hulu series dives into Hillary Clinton's story and Pixar's 'Onward' hits theaters.(Audio: Associated Press, Hulu, Pixar)
Plus, Sen. Bernie Sanders holds a rally in Arizona after a tough Super Tuesday, Nathaniel Woods' family pleads for a halt to his scheduled execution, a California town flirts with universal basic income and NASA names its newest Mars rover.(Audio: Associated Press, Bernie 2020)
Plus, Tennessee is reeling after deadly tornadoes, 9 people have now died of coronavirus in Washington State, abortion clinics are set to face a serious Supreme Court test and 'Black Panther' joins Disney Plus.(Audio: Associated Press, Marvel Entertainment)
Plus, billions in coronavirus funding may be on the way, Chris Matthews leaves MSNBC, college basketball tournaments heat up and a Vermont basketball player gets a chance to play after a coma.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump holds a rally in South Carolina, data centers' effect on the environment, Prince Harry makes another appearance in the U.K. and there's a new take on 'The Invisible Man.'(Audio: Associated Press, Universal Pictures)
Plus, U.S. health officials make statements on coronavirus, U.S. stock markets take more hits, Latinos are opening small businesses at a higher rate than anyone else in the U.S. and a winter storm slams the Midwest and Northeast.(Audio: Associated Press, CBS)
Plus, Kobe Bryant will be remembered at a public service, Trump heads to India, the jury in Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial continues deliberating and an extradition hearing begins for Julian Assange.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Yosemite 'Firefall' may not happen due to a lack of rain, it's been 40 years since the Miracle on Ice, the NFL Combine kicks off and celebrating 75 years since one of the most famous photos in American history.(Audio: Walt Disney Pictures)
Plus, a memorial service is set for 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik, we hear from a reader on his black heritage, Iranians vote for a new parliament and 'The Call of the Wild' hits theaters.(Audio: Walt Disney Pictures, Associated Press)
Plus, Roger Stone is set for sentencing, Trump holds a rally in Colorado, hundreds more leave the Diamond Princess and California issues an apology for Japanese American internment.(Audio: NBC News, Associated Press)
Plus, a 14-day quarantine comes to an end on the Diamond Princess cruise ship, Trump attends a Larry Ellison fundraiser, the jury in the Weinstein trial continues deliberations and the NASCAR world waits for updates on Ryan Newman's condition after a brutal crash.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Harvey Weinstein's trial heads to the jury, Democratic candidates reach another deadline to qualify for a debate, the Boy Scouts file for bankruptcy and Mars will disappear behind the moon.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, SpaceX launches a delayed flight, the Daytona 500 resumes after a rain delay, Mike Pompeo visits Africa and coronavirus evacuees continue to return to the U.S.(Audio: Florida Today, Associated Press)
Plus, a recanvass of the Iowa caucus, the Nevada caucus begins, Americans on cruise ships stuck in coronavirus limbo head home and 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' is back.(Audio: Associated Press, HGTV)
Plus, cruise ships deal with coronavirus, prosecutors make their final case in Harvey Weinstein's trial, Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip goes on sale and it's been two years since the Parkland shooting.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the future of the Equal Rights Amendment is up for grabs, Klobuchar and Bloomberg hold campaign events amid new momentum, the trial of Harvey Weinstein is nearly done and the tainted Houston Astros head to spring training.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, looking at the coronavirus effect on the economy, a new report finds LGBTQ progress is uneven across states, wet weather continues in the South and 'Survivor' premieres its 20th anniversary season.(Audio: Associated Press, Survivor on CBS)
Plus, WHO organizes a forum on coronavirus, Chinese Army members have been charged in the 2017 Equifax breach, a Louisiana man pleads guilty in church fires and the Westminster Kennel Club crowns Best in Show.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Oscars are here, an American dies of coronavirus in China, Swiss voters decide on whether homophobia should be criminalized and the XFL is back.(Audio: Associated Press, NEON, Universal Pictures, ABC News)
Plus, officials in Japan announce new coronavirus cases on a quarantined cruise ship, January employment numbers are out, former Astros manager A.J. Hinch speaks out after a cheating scandal and 'Birds of Prey' hits theaters.(Audio: Associated Press, Warner Bros. Pictures)
Plus, Iowa caucus results continue to trickle in, more Americans return from China amid the coronavirus outbreak, the NBA trade deadline arrives, and winter weather is on the move.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump delivers the State of the Union, winter weather returns, Jessica Mann will return to the stand in Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial and Jessica Simpson opens up with a new memoir.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Lakers return to the court following Kobe's death, the UK officialls leaves the EU, a high-profile witness will be called in the Harvey Weinstein sex crimes case and a new documentary pulls back the curtain on Taylor Swift.(Audio: Associated Press, Netflix)
Plus, the U.S. evacuates some Americans from Wuhan, the NBA world continues to honor Kobe Bryant, an earthquake hits the Caribbean and satellites could crash in orbit above Pittsburgh.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the NBA postpones the Clippers-Lakers game following Kobe Bryant's death, Trump campaigns in New Jersey, the CDC advises against travel to China and Trump announces a Middle East peace plan.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump's impeachment trial rolls on, SpaceX takes another shot at a Falcon 9 launch, it's been 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and 2020 tax filing season is here.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump's legal team begins defense in impeachment trial, new documentary on Russell Simmons sexual misconduct allegations, 34 U.S. service members injured from Iran airstrike and Trump's speech at March for Life rally.
Plus, a state of emergency bans guns near the Virginia state capitol this weekend, jurors are nearly decided in Harvey Weinstein's rape case, LSU heads to the White House and 'Bad Boys for Life' and 'Doolittle' open.(Audio: Associated Press, Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment)
Plus, Lev Parnas reveals more on Trump's involvement with the alleged Ukraine scandal, Prince Harry makes royal appearances amid drama, the Senate is expected to pass a rewrite of trade rules with North American neighbors and Trump offers new guidance on school prayer.(Audio: Associated Press,
Plus, President Trump is expected to sign the first phase of a trade deal with China, an investigation continues after a plane dumped fuel over schools, minorities spend more on banking fees than white people and the newest Pro Football Hall of Fame class will be revealed.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Speaker Nancy Pelosi meets with House Democrats on impeachment, the Supreme Court looks into Bridgegate, Australian fires postpone Australian Open practice sessions and 'Jeopardy!' gets closer to crowning its greatest player of all time.(Audio: Cory Booker, Associated Press, Jeopardy!)
Plus, Oscar nominations are announced, Florida teachers protest for more funding, British royals meet to discuss Harry and Meghan and '1917' is the new box office king.(Audio: Sony Pictures Entertainment, NEON, Universal Pictures)
Plus, the NFL Divisional Round is here, Democratic presidential candidates are on the campaign trail ahead of Tuesday's debate, the Critics' Choice Awards give more insight into Oscar predictions and a wild mix of weather slams the East.(Audio: Associated Press, Netflix, Sony Pictures Entertainment)
Plus, Friday's weather won't help bushfires in Australia, wild weather hits the eastern U.S., get ready to howl at a wolf moon and '1917' opens nationwide.(Audio: Associated Press, The Ellen Show, Universal Pictures)
Plus, the president takes his re-election message to Ohio, Australian bushfires escalate, many Puerto Ricans are still without power after earthquakes and the British royal family responds to Harry and Meghan's bombshell announcement.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, more details are expected after a Ukrainian plane crash in Iran, it's Kim Jong Un's birthday, Carlos Ghosn speaks publicly after escaping house arrest in Japan and the Dallas Cowboys introduce their new head coach.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, jury selection begins in Harvey Weinstein's trial, space mice are set for splashdown in the Pacific, CES 2020 gets underway and 'Jeopardy!' crowns a GOAT.(Audio: Associated Press, ISS National Lab, 'Jeopardy!')
Plus, Tua Tagovailoa will make his decision on the NFL Draft, the Golden Globes give some surprises, an Australian tennis player pledges winnings to bush fire relief efforts and 'Star Wars' and 'Frozen 2' make Disney money.(Audio: Associated Press, NBC, Star Wars)
Plus, Australian wildfires are expected to get worse, it's win or go home time in the NFL, Sunday could be the busiest online dating day of the year and the Golden Globes get award season underway. (Audio: Associated Press, NBC)
Plus, a decision will be made on whether former White House counsel Don McGahn needs to testify in Trump impeachment hearings, Australia's New South Wales declares emergency over wildfires, a meteor shower lights up the sky near the Big Dipper and the supect in Hanukkah stabbings is due in court.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, U.S. stock markets reopen, a funeral is set for a mother and son killed in a Louisiana plane crash, 'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek opens up about his cancer fight and T.S. Eliot's letters are unveiled after 60 years.(Audio: 'Jeopardy!')
Plus, the NFL's 'Black Monday' has coaches on the hot seat, the Northeast braces for severe weather, college football bowl season rolls on with the Orange Bowl and a strike inside Lufthansa's low-cost airline leads to cancellations.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a full college football bowl slate, authorities investigate a plane crash in Kazakhstan, a new era begins for tobacco sales and Trump teases Canada's Justin Trudeau over a 'Home Alone 2' cameo controversy.(Audio: Des Moines Register, 20th Century Fox)
But you probably can't expect a white Christmas. Plus, Queen Elizabeth II delivers her annual Christmas message, NBA's Christmas slate features five games, only a handful of chains are open and plenty of movies hit the cinema.(Audio: Paramount Pictures, BBC, Sony Pictures Entertainment, A24)
Plus, weather cooperates for holiday travel in most parts of the country, Prince Philip leaves the hospital in time for Christmas, a Santa Claus rally might mean good news for stocks and you can track Santa's progress.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a Michigan highway reopens after green ooze, the Packers and Vikings battle on Monday Night Football, shipping deadlines hit their last straw and 'Star Wars' falls short at the box office.(Audio: Star Wars)
Plus, Boeing tests a rocket launch as it prepares for human flight, holiday shipping deadlines continue to come and go, a federal law expands a ban on cockfighting and 'Star Wars' and 'Cats' open to mixed reactions.(Audio: Associated Press, Florida Today, Star Wars)
Plus, Democratic candidates debate in Los Angeles, a study finds the lowest paid workers aren't getting raises, the NBA's best teams square off and Miss America will be held in Connecticut.(Audio: Associated Press, NBC)
Plus, Snapchat releases a controversial deepfake technology, holiday shipping deadlines arrive, College Football's Early Signing Period begins and Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear team up again.(Audio: Associated Press, ABC)
Plus, wild weather rolls across the country, a former Trump campaign aide will be sentenced, a New Jersey detective is remembered and 30 years of 'The Simpsons.'(Audio: Associated Press, northjersey.com)
Plus, winter weather is on its way, holiday shipping deadlines arrive, 'Jumanji: The Next Level' takes a box office lead and Jimmy Kimmel hosts a 'Star Wars' special.(Audio: Sony Pictures Entertainment, Star Wars)
Plus, Britain heads to the polls, Democratic presidential candidates face a deadline, lawyers appeal the Boston bomber's death sentence and the U.S. hopes to bounce back in the President's Cup.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a Justice Department watchdog is set to release a report on FBI surveillance of Trump's campaign, the Emoluments clause may put Trump under fire, a New Zealand volcano erupts and the Golden Globe nominees are announced.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, John Kerry endorses Joe Biden, investigations look into a Black Hawk helicopter disaster, Taylor Swift debuts a Christmas song and St. Nick pays a visit.(Audio: Associated Press, @taylorswift13 on Twitter)
Plus, Trump has one last chance to keep his financial records secret, the Cowboys and Bears try to keep their seasons alive on Thursday Night Football, there's a new Rosa Parks exhibit in D.C. and Disney World unveils new 'Star Wars' ride.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, world leaders meet for NATO's 70th anniversary, NASA and SpaceX get set for a space station launch, Billie Eilish receives Apple Music honors and Aldi releases a new advent calendar.(Audio: Associated Press, SpaceX)
Plus, Trump talks impeachment before heading to Mar-a-Lago for the holiday, road travel could be tricky, Wednesday brings high traffic to grocers and Toys R Us is back.(Audio: Associated Press, Toys R Us)
Plus, turkeys get pardoned, Thanksgiving week weather could affect travel, be careful with the 'self-clean' button on your oven and Starbucks kicks off Black Friday week.(Audio: Mike Bloomberg 2020, Des Moines Register)
Plus, Monday is the best day to fly for Thanksgiving, 'Dancing with the Stars' crowns a champ, Mississippians can play the lottery for the first time and 'Frozen 2' sets box office records.(Audio: Associated Press, ABC, Walt Disney Animation Studios)
Plus, Democrats get back on the campaign trail after a testy debate, the American Music Awards will be highlighted by Taylor Swift, Pope Francis heads to Japan and it's the calm before a rivalry week storm in college football.
Plus, the car industry shows off at the LA Auto Show, Atlantic hurricane season isn't over, a former college baseball player waits for sentencing in a rape case and 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' opens in theaters.(Audio: Associated Press, Focus Features, Delaware News Journal)
Plus, Democratic presidential candidates take swings, an 'American Idol' alum is set for sentencing, a rare 'unicorn' meteor storm is possible and the NFL playoff picture takes early shape.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, an anoynmous book is released detailing the inside of the Trump administration, rain hits Southern California, Michelle Obama releases a new book and Bei Bei the panda moves to China.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, sentencing begins for a man convicted in 3 deaths, the NFL returns to Mexico, a new Davis Cup era begins and 'Ford v Ferrari' races to the top of the box office.(Audio: NFL en Español, 20th Century Fox)
Plus, Colin Kaepernick gets an NFL workout, investigators continue to look for a motive behind a California high school shooting, Democratic presidential candidates head to Las Vegas and the Leonid meteor shower peaks.(Audio: Associated Press, BBC)
Plus, the former ambassador to Ukraine testifies in the impeachment inquiry, Chicago teachers vote on a new contract, the world's largest Starbucks opens and 'Jeopardy!' gets set to crown a Tournament of Champions winner.(Audio: Associated Press, Jeopardy!)
Plus, an El Paso Walmart reopens after a mass shooting, Kentucky double-checks governor votes, Starbucks offers buy-one-get-one free and the Latin Grammys are here.(Audio: Associated Press, WSVN-TV, Latin Grammy Awards)
Plus, Trump welcomes Turkish President Erdogan to the White House, it's the deadline to qualify for the next Democratic debate, another parent will be sentenced in the college admissions scandal and the CMA Awards crown country music royals in Nashville.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Supreme Court looks into the future of DACA, Montgomery swears in its first black mayor, Jimmy Carter has a brain procedure and Disney+ is here.(Audio: Associated Press, Disney, Star Wars, Montgomery Advertiser)
Plus, it's been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, 'Sesame Street' turns 50, one of the biggest college football games of the year has arrived and British royals come together for Remembrance Day.(Audio: Associated Press, Sesame Street)
Plus, one year since the Camp Fire, an alleged former Saudi spy working for Twitter goes to court, a person of interest in the death of a New Hampshire couple is due in court and Target's HoliDeals are back.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Jeff Sessions is expected to announce his bid for Alabama senator, a federal ban on flavored vape products could be coming, Lufthansa cancels flights amid a strike and McDonald's marks 40 years of Happy Meal toys. (Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a Napa Valley vineyard owner heads to prison in the college admissions scandal, the Washington Nationals visit the White House, a Chicago teenager heads to court in a Halloween shooting and 'Terminator: Dark Fate' disappoints at the box office.(Audio: Associated Press, Paramount Pictures)
Plus, crews battle wildfires in California, Stephen Strasburg has to make a decision on free agency hours before the Washington Nationals' World Series parade, Prince Harry heads to the Rugby World Cup Final in Japan and it's National Sandwich Day.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Halloween weather could be rough in parts of the country, the House will vote on impeachment procedures and hear another witness testimony and dangerous wildfires continue to burn in California.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, high winds continue to fuel wildfires in Northern California, U.S. reading and math scores remain stagnant, Boeing's CEO testifies before the House and the Fed gets set to cut interest rates again.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, high winds continue to fuel California wildfires, the Astros look to close out the World Series, a tentative deal has been reached for Chicago school support staff and it's been one year since the Lion Air crash.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, California wildfires force evacuations, Trump makes his first presidential visit to Chicago, Massachusetts reaches a deadline to rewrite a vaping ban and 'Joker' leads the box office again.(Audio: Associated Press, Warner Bros.)
Plus, Obama and Clinton will attend Rep. Elijah Cummings' funeral, Kanye West is expected to release a newe studio album, the World Series moves to Game 3 and Walmart offers holiday shopping deals before Halloween. (Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, more power outages could hit California, a funeral is set for Atatiana Jefferson, Kellen Winslow is back in court on rape charges and the Louvre marks 500 years since Da Vinci's death.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, more power outages are expected in California, a documentary special on Harry and Meghan airs in the U.S., Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Financial Services Committee and teachers continue to strike in Chicago.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a truce between the Kurds and Turkey expires, the World Series begins, Montana's temporary ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes takes effect and Duchess Meghan makes a public appearance in London. (Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Canadians head to the polls, an opioid trial in Ohio could have nationwide implications, the Orionid meteor shower will light up the sky and 'Joker' is no longer number one at the box office.(Audio: Associated Press, Disney)
Plus, the first all-female spacewalk is set to take place, Chicago teachers continue to strike, tropical storm warnings have been issued for the Gulf Coast and it's sequel time at the weekend cinema.(Audio: Associated Press, Fox Searchlight, Walt Disney Studios, Sony Pictures)
Plus, Chicago teachers get set to strike, Turkey's leader meets with Vice President Mike Pence, autoworkers weigh a new GM deal that could end their strike and a 'bomb cyclone' blasts the Northeast.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Pence and Pompeo head to Turkey, Democrats talk impeachment on the debate stage, Lebron James suits up to play after China-related comments and Google unveils the Pixel 4.(Audio: Associated Press, Mark Medina/USA TODAY Sports)
Plus, more subpoena deadlines in the impeachment inquiry, the federal tax evasion deadline is here, Cuba Gooding Jr. faces arraignment in a groping case and Ronan Farrow's new book has staggering information about Matt Lauer.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, European leaders discuss an escalating Syria conflict, Columbus Day draws debate, the National League Championship Series goes to Washington and 'Joker' once again wins the box office. (Audio: Associated Press, Warner Bros.)
Plus, Trump's ex-Ukraine ambassador is set to testify, Chinese talks trade with Chinese officials, a blizzard heads for the Upper Midwest and hundreds of thousands of Californians remain in the dark.(Audio: Associated Press, @NobelPrize)
Plus, House depositions continue in the impeachment inquiry surrounding Trump, German officials confirm that a synagogue attack was anti-semitic, Cuba Gooding Jr.'s groping trial begins and California power outages stretch into their second day.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, NLDS series play out their deciding Game 5s, wildfire fears might cut the power to some residents in California, a meteor shower reaches its peak and NASA prepares for a launch from the air.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the latest witness in the Trump impeachment inquiry gives a deposition to Congress, Democrats seek grand-jury evidence from the Mueller report, Montgomery, Alabama faces a potential historic election and Yom Kippur begins.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, four teams have a chance to close out their series in the Division Series of the MLB Playoffs, 'Joker' laughs its way to the bank at the box office, McDonald's brings back the McRib and Nobel prize week kicks off.(Audio: Warner Bros)
Plus, heat finally moves out of parts of the South, a mask ban goes into effect in Hong Kong as protests continue, Target shopping becomes more rewarding and Florida and Auburn highlight Saturday's college football action.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Greta Thunberg heads to Iowa, 'Joker' hits cinemas, a Napa winemaker is the latest parent to be sentenced in the college admissions scandal and get ready for a quadruple-header in the MLB Playoffs.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a top attorney will be sentenced in the college admissions scandal, Sen. Bernie Sanders has a health scare, it's 'Bring Your Bible to School Day' and the MLB Division Series get underway.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a Sikh sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed during a traffic stop is remembered, it's been one year since the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, Microsoft is expected to revamp the Surface and the American League Wild Card game takes place in Oakland.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Hong Kong protests continue on the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, it's the last day for candidates to qualify for the next Democratic debate, hot weather bakes the South and the MLB Playoffs are here.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, record snow hits the West, 'Abominable' bigfoots the competition at the box office, McDonald's tests out a meat-free burger and former NFL player Kellen Winslow II faces a second rape trial.(Audio: Associated Press, Dreamworks, LD Entertainment)
Plus, 'Saturday Night Live' premieres its 45th season, national parks offer free admission on Saturday, a new gondola system opens at Disney World and Sunday is National Coffee Day.(Audio: Associated Press, Saturday Night Live)
Plus, another sentencing arrives in the college admissions scandal, members of the royal family continue their trip in Africa, a baseball broadcasting legend retires and 'The Brady Bunch' and Abby Road' turn 50.(Audio: Associated Press, HGTV)
Plus, U.K.'s Parliament reconvenes after a court ruling, Amazon unveils new gear, an extradition hearing will be held for a Major League Baseball player arrested for soliciting a child for sex acts and it's the beginning of the end for 'Modern Family'.(Audio: Associated Press, ABC)
Plus, a second parent faces sentencing in a college admissions scandal, Puerto Rico braces for Tropical Storm Karen, Chanel Miller, the survivor of Brock Turner's rape, publishes a memoir and it's National Voter Registration Day.(Audio: Associated Press, 60 Minutes)
Plus, the trial begins of a former cop who fatally shot an unarmed black man in his home, Tropical Storm Karen moves through the Caribbean and Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan begin their Africa tour.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Trump hosts the second state dinner of his presidency, 10 Democratic candidates attend an LGBTQ forum, it's a busy box office weekend and all eyes are on Area 51 amid a alien-themed events.(Audio: Associated Press, 20th Century Fox, Focus Features, Lionsgate Movies)
Plus, Trump revokes a California waiver on auto emissions, Apple rolls out iOS 13, the Washington Monument reopens and a trumpet player will play the national anthem at his 30th Major League ballpark.(Audio: Associated Press, Naples Daily News)
Plus, Mike Pompeo meets with the Saudi Crown Prince, the Federal Reserve is expected to lower interest rates again, Hurricane Humberto is on the move and teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg appears on Capitol Hill.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, gang members charged in the murder of a 9-year-old stand trial, Israel heads to the voting booth, Edward Snowden releases a memoir and Amazon hosts a nationwide Career Day.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, United Auto Workers go on strike, drone strikes in Saudi Arabia could lead to higher gas prices, Walmart holds a car seat recycling event and it's National Guacamole Day.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a fashion frenzy hits Target, Ken Burns has a new documetary on country music, it may be curtains for MoviePass and a potential strike looms for General Motors workers.(Audio: Associated Press, PBS)
Plus, jury selection begins in the trial of gang members charged with killing a 9-year-old, Felicity Huffman is scheduled to be sentenced in a college admissions scandal, San Francisco cable cars are shutting down and it's Friday the 13th.(Audio: ABC News)
Plus, New York Fashion Week wraps up, the search continues for the last victim of the Conception boat fire, a Missouri couple won a big lottery prize for the second time and Antonio Brown has been accused of rape.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the 2018 elections aren't over yet, a criminal investigation continues into a California boat fire, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has a new book and Tuesday is World Suicide Prevention Day. (Audio: Associated Press, USA TODAY Network)
Plus, Billy Bush returns to television, strong winds increase Southern California wildfire concerns, 'IT: Chapter Two' dominates the box office and 'Jeopardy!' is back (along with host Alex Trebek).(Audio: Associated Press, Warner Bros., Jeopardy!)
Plus, Iran reduces its compliance from a nuclear deal, Hong Kong prepares for more airport protests, Serena is back for another Grand Slam final and the NFL's opening weekend is here.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Robert Mugabe has died, the August jobs report will give hints about the health of the economy, 'It: Chapter 2' hits theaters and Samsung's Galaxy Fold finally hits shelves.(Audio: Associated Press, Warner Bros.)
Plus, Democratic candidates participate in a climate event, Brexit gets even murkier, R. Kelly begins a busy month in court and ESPN The Magazine publishes its final print issue.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, more information is expected after a deadly California boat fire, British Parliament prepares for a major Brexit vote, rival Texas high schools come together after a mass shooting affected both communities and Serena Williams and Roger Federer are both in action at the U.S. Open.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Hurricane Dorian is about to make U.S. landfall, Novak Djokovic is out of the U.S. Open, the death toll rises following a Texas shooting and Notre Dame wraps up the first week of college football.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Coco Gauff meets Naomi Osaka in a highly anticipated U.S. Open match, Pence goes to Poland in Trump's place, Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns to racing after a plane crash and demonstrations are expected after Queen Elizabeth's controversial decision(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, a student is due in court after police found weapons in his car on a college campus, the U.S. Open continues, Democrats campaign following a debate announcement and prepare for high gas prices this holiday weekend.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the third Democratic presidential debate participants will be announced, the defending champions Clemson begin their season in college football, Thursday's roads will be full with Labor Day travelers and a new Star Wars park opens at Disney World.(Audio: Kirsten Gillibrand, Associated Press, Florida Today)
Plus, Tropical Storm Dorian continues to push through the Caribbean, CMA announces nominees on "Good Morning America", Mike Pence will address the American Legion at a national convention and a Swedish teenage climate activist sails to New York. (Audio: Michael Bennet, Associated Press)
Plus, a ruling is expected on whether Missouri's new abortion law will go into effect as planned, the son of a former NFL player will appear in court after being accused of killing his parents, pumpin spice lattes are back and Snapchat launches tools to make it easier for beginners to create filters.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Harvey Weinstein faces an additional arraignment ahead of his trial, a storm may turn into a hurricane as it hits the Caribbean, the VMAs are here and the U.S. Open begins.(Audio: MTV, The White House)
Plus, Serena Williams stars in a new public service announcement, Arizona colleges vote on whether to expand tuition rates for immigrants, a serial killer will be executed and gas prices are about to drop.(Audio: The Allstate Foundation)
Plus, suspects in a homophobic London bus attack head to court, Italy prime ministetr steps down, 401(k) millionaires are on the rise and McDonald's wants customers to pay it forward with a new promotion.(Audio: Associated Press, McDonald's)
Plus, the White House may be taking steps to avoid a recession, hurricane season is about to ramp up, San Francisco International Airport bans the sale of single-use water bottles and all eyes are on Antonio Brown at Oakland Raiders training camp.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Afghanistan mourns after a deadly bombing, severe heat bakes much of the country, the Alaska Railroad closes temporarily after heavy rains and final numbers are expected after a big opening weekend for 'Good Boys'.(Audio: Associated Press, Universal Pictures)
Plus, Tiger Woods is in danger of missing the Tour Championship, Portland braces for a clash between the far-right and anti-fascists, an investigation into a deadly plane crash involving a New Orleans reporter begins and Barack Obama's high school basketball jersey is up for auction.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, one year since Aretha Franklin's death, temperatures could reach 110 degrees in Phoenix, a funeral will be held for a Colorado Springs teenager killed by police and the U.S. men's basketball team prepares for the World Cup.(Audio: Associated Press, 'Amazing Grace' film)
Plus, Dan Coats officially resigns as director of national intelligence, a Dominican resort temporarily closes after a guest was assaulted, a Los Angeles police officer will be arraigned on rape charges and the Little League World Series begins.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Julián Castro’s anti-Trump ad airs, A$AP Rocky will receive his verdict in Sweden, Pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong resume and the NFL partners with Roc Nation for music.(Audio: Julián Castro, Associated Press)
Plus, new fast food items hit menus around the country, Andy Murray delays retirement plans, Oscar Meyer offers hot dog ice cream and 'Hobbs and Shaw' keeps running laps at the box office,(Audio: Popeyes, Associated Press)
Plus, a veteran will be laid to rest 52 years after he left for the Vietnam War, Muslims around the world celebrate Eid, the Premier League's opening week continues and Simone Biles looks for her sixth national title.(Audio: Des Moines Register, Associated Press, Southwest Airlines)
Plus, the mass stabbing suspect in California heads to court, it's been 5 years since Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, the Manson murders are back in pop culture and the Premier League season kicks off.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, the Iowa State Fair hosts presidential candidates, Thursday marks a decade since Sonia Sotomayor joined the Supreme Court, the NFL preseason kicks off and photos from James Dean's fatal car crash will be auctioned.(Audio: Associated Press)
Plus, Cyntoia Brown will be released from prison, Purple Heart Day commemorates American military heroes, Pink's management team survives a plane crash landing and Samsung unveils its latest smartphone.(Audio: AP)
Plus, President Trump considers his replacement for the Director of National Intelligence position, 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls head to Nevada and a San Diego-area surfing beach is closed after a cliff collapsed.(Audio: Associated Press, Nickelodeon)
Plus, a funeral will be held for babies left in a hot car, 'Hobbs and Shaw' drives into theaters, an investigation continues into a natural gas explosion in Kentucky and Duchess Meghan guest edits the September issue of British Vogue.(Audio: AP)
Plus, the father of twins in devastating hot car deaths is due in court, Republicans are conflicted on a Trump-backed budget bill, Hawaii keeps an eye on a pair of Pacific hurricanes and 2019 Lollapalooza is here. (Audio: CNN)
Plus, the MLB trade deadline is here, Jeffrey Epstein is due in court, the Fed cuts its key rate and Kathy Griffin's new film talks about life after her Trump severed-head photo.(Audio: Associated Press, CNN)
Plus, A$AP Rocky's trial begins in Sweden, Virginia Democrats boycott a Trump appearance in Jamestown, the Federal Reserve prepares to cut interest rates and the United Nations wants to bring attention to human trafficking.
Plus, a storm heading for Hawaii may become a hurricane, Puerto Ricans look toward the future with a new governor, Coco Gauff hits the court for doubles and Quentin Tarantino sees his biggest debut ever.
Plus, women's basketball's biggest stars head to the WNBA All Star Game, Shark Week is back, a meteor shower will light up the night sky and the Yankees and Red Sox do battle ahead of the trade deadline.(Audio: AP)
Plus, Pelosi and Ocasio-Cortez meet, 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' is a fairy tale only Tarantino could tell, a controversial pageant winner speaks at a Women for Trump event and Dan Le Batard returns to work after the ESPN host called out President Trump.
Plus, the Senate votes on funding for 9/11 first responders, the Trump administration expands deportation authority, Florida braces for a tropical depression and a private funeral will be held for former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
Plus, the nation remembers former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, extreme heat moves out, an announcement is expected into Equifax data breach investigations and 'The Lion King' sets box office records.
Plus, a massive heat wave roasts the central and eastern U.S., boxing looks to crown a new welterweight champion, Marvel Studios returns to San Diego Comic-Con and there's a new class of baseball hall of famers.
Plus, a federal judge will announce a decision on Jeffrey Epstein's bail, the British Open tees off, documents on searches of Michael Cohen's residence and office are released and San Diego Comic-Con is here.
Plus, Novak Djokovic makes history at Wimbledon, Amazon Prime Day is here, Jennifer Lopez takes the stage again after a New York blackout and Charlottesville terrorist James Fields will be sentenced in state court.(Audio courtesy: AP, Wimbledon)
Plus, Vice President Pence visits migrant detention facilities, Federer and Nadal battle it out at Wimbledon, R. Kelly faces new sex crime charges and Friday is the last day for Alaska to avoid higher education cuts.(Audio courtesy: AP, Wimbledon)
Plus, the second storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season is forming, the Volkswagen Beetle comes to an end, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta is under fire and the world continues to mourn the loss of Lee Iacocca.
Plus, a criminal groping case against Kevin Spacey could face a turning point, Jeffrey Epstein is arrested on sex trafficking charges, Coco Gauff hits the court again at Wimbledon and the world says goodbye to João Gilberto, one of the fathers of bossa nova.
Plus, you better hit the road now for Independence Day, the U.S. women's national team heads to the World Cup Final, an Olympic gold medalist returns to competition for the first time since becoming paralyzed and 'The Walking Dead' comes to an end in comic book form.
Plus, it's World UFO Day, the U.S. national team faces England in the Women's World Cup, NASA continues tests with a goal of returning to the moon within five years and it's been 82 years since Amelia Earhart disappeared.
Plus, a new California law requires background checks for ammo, a Vermont tax goes into effect for e-cigarettes, NBA free agency hits the ground running and new laws in three states will limit the amount of opioids that doctors can prescribe.
Plus, Kellyanne Conway may be facing a subpoena, Cuba Gooding Jr. is in court surrounding a groping charge, Wayfair employees plan a walkout surrounding their bosses' involvement with migrant camps, and Democrats and Republicans battle it out on the baseball diamond.
Plus, the first Medal of Honor to a living Iraq War veteran will be issued, Cardi B goes to court, VA health care workers will speak at a congressional hearing amid whistleblower concerns and the best place in the world to visit is?
Plus, President Trump officially launches his reelection campaign, Hope Hicks appears before the House Judiciary Committee, Trump unveils a new energy plan and Feds may signal an interest rate cut amid a U.S./China trade war.
Plus, an investigation is underway into a shooting at the Toronto Raptors' championship parade, Phoenix holds a community meeting to address police aggression, a helicopter crash victim will be remembered and court documents allege that Alex Jones had child pornography.
Plus, a House panel will hold contempt votes for Ross and Barr, the Stanley Cup goes the distance, Donald Trump Jr. will testify before a Senate panel and it's been 25 years since the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
Plus, Southern Baptists will address sexual abuse, E3 promises video game innovations, investigations resume after a deadly NYC helicopter crash and the sex abuse crisis is in the spotlight as U.S. Catholic bishops meet.
Plus, a service will remember Virginia Beach victims, the Blues and Bruins do battle in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, veterans will get expanded access to private doctors and Denzel Washington receives a lifetime acheivement award.
Plus, Democratic presidential candidates talk immigration, a new Star Wars-themed attraction opens at Disneyland, tap and pay marks a new way to pay for NYC subway riders and 'Deadwood' comes back to life.
Plus, a Louisiana march is scheduled after an approved abortion ban, Vice President Pence looks for a do-over in a trade deal with Canada, the NBA Finals tip off and Southwest starts selling holiday tickets.
Plus, Trump dines with an emperor, a woman in Hawaii is back to safety after spending 17 days lost in a Hawaiian forest, scUber debuts as an Uber service for submarines and the puck drops for the Stanley Cup Final.
Plus, an American who joined the Taliban will be released from prison, an EU Parliament vote could further indicate what the state of populism is, don't travel on Thursday for Memorial Day if you can help it and New Coke is back.
Plus, Italian aviation workers strike, a former White House counsel will skip a House Judiciary hearing, an inmate freed with the help of Kim Kardashian West has a new book, and the Oculus Quest VR headset goes on sale.
Plus, Chicago swears in its first black female and openly gay mayor, a Columbine survivor has died following a long battle with addiction, the definition of a kilogram is about to change and 'John Wick' bounces 'Avengers' out of the box office.
Plus, Joe Biden kicks off his presidential campaign, Muslims open their mosques to people of all backgrounds, the Preakness Stakes will run without the Kentucky Derby winner and Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to call for a ban on for-profit charter schools.
Plus, the Midwest braces for tornadoes, Pete Buttigieg heads to Iowa to campaign, DJ Khaled releases a song with the late Nipsey Hussle and the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America opens in Tennessee.
Plus, another candidate joins the crowded list of Democratic presidential hopefuls, 'The Big Bang Theory' comes to an end, Tiger Woods tries for his 5th PGA Championship and look up for the northern lights.
Plus, fallen police officers will be remembered at the Capitol, the spotlight intensifies on the aviation industry, the Raptors and Bucks begin their fight for an NBA Finals appearance and McDonald's restaurants in Austria will become embassies for Americans.