Puerto Rico and Florida officials push for more FEMA funding

Hotels booking up ahead of Hurricane Irma

Emergency Management asks people to hold off on donating to Harvey victims

Arrests made in field party shooting case

Debate over removing Confederate statues on Capitol Hill

Division in Washington over dealing with wild horse overpopulation

NASA astrophysicist says Americans should be excited yet cautious with total solar eclipse on horizon

Trump administration rolling out new VA Telehealth Services

15-year-old Sioux Falls native pushing lawmakers to fund diabetes research

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigns

OJ Simpson granted parole

Roger Ailes dies at 77

Delta still struggling to operate with staff shortage following cancellations

New guidelines outline how to treat back pain

Mixed reviews in Washington over Secretary John Kelly's plans for the border wall

White House previews President Obama's farewell speech

President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister visit Pearl Harbor in first visit of its kind

Southwest Airlines flight diverts to Panama City Beach due to passenger medical issue

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'Island Destroyed': All Power Out as Maria Crushes Puerto Rico

Authorities say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to Puerto Rico and its nearly 3.5 million people.

Ex-MLB Star Mondesi Jailed for 8 Years Over Corruption: Report

Raul Mondesi, 46, played parts of 13 seasons in the majors for the Dodgers, Blue Jays, Yankees, Diamondbacks, Pirates, Angels, and Braves.

Manafort Offered Private Briefings on 2016 Race to Russian Billionaire

The offer appeared in emails between Manafort and one of his employees, some of which suggested Manafort wanted to use his role in Trump campaign to make money.

SEC Discloses Hackers Breached Its Filing System

The SEC said that it first detected the breach in 2016 but that it didn't realize the hackers may have been able to profit from it until last month.

Trump Leaning Toward Decertifying Iran Nuclear Deal, Sources Say

Four sources say President Trump is leaning toward decertifying the Iranian nuclear deal and then letting Congress decide whether the U.S. will withdraw from the pact.