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Rapper Kanye West told parishioners at Joel Osteen's Houston megachurch on Sunday that his recent spiritual awakening has made him realize he's no longer in the service of fame and money but "in service to God."
Here are the top stories for Sunday, November 17th: US and South Korea postpone military exercise; Louisiana's Democratic governor wins re-election; Bloomberg apologizes for stop-and-frisk; Venice floods.
Here's the latest for Saturday, Nov. 16: White House budget officer meets with impeachment investigators; Protesters shot in Bolivia by security forces; Five men charged in football game shooting; Dog study could help humans live longer lives.
A 16-year-old boy who shot five fellow students - killing two - before turning the gun on himself at a Southern California high school has died. Students and others gathered at a makeshift memorial in Santa Clarita, California, Friday. Nov. 15)
A makeshift memorial is growing near Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California, where authorities say a 16-year-old opened fire Thursday morning, killing two students.
Popular podcast "The Read" has moved from audio-only to television. Co-hosts Kid Fury and Crissle discuss fans wanting to visually watch how they interact, as well as two African-American members of the LBGTQ community hosting their own unique show.
Ousted Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch provides chilling detail in Trump impeachment hearings of being suddenly ousted from her post and feeling threatened. As she spoke, the president tweeted that everywhere she served had "turned bad."
Investigators said Friday they have yet to find a diary, manifesto or note that would explain why a boy killed two students outside his Southern California high school on his 16th birthday.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch says a political ally of President Donald Trump suggested she “send out a tweet, praise the president” when it became clear she was abruptly losing her job.
President Donald Trump told reporters Friday that he shouldn't be impeached and called the impeachment proceedings underway in the House of Representatives "a disgrace."
After the second open House impeachment hearing concluded, congressional members disagreed on whether the president's tweets amounted to witness intimidation.
Here's the latest for Friday, November 15: Former ambassador to Ukraine testifies in impeachment hearing; Trump tweet called "witness intimidation;" Trump ally Roger Stone convicted; Memorial to school shooting victims.
Exceptionally high tidal waters have surged again through Venice. That prompted the mayor to close St. Mark's Square and call for more donations for repairs.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed China and Mexican realtions during a Q&A session Friday held at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy in Houston.
The Alabama Public Service Commission will hold a hearing on a challenge to the fees charged by Alabama Power. Citics say the fees are some of the highest in the nation and make it harder for people to use alternative energy sources
A 61-year-old man accused of throwing acid on a Latino man’s face will undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he can assitn in his criminal defense
Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch says President Donald Trump’s tweets during her testimony in the impeachment hearings are “very intimidating.” Trump tweeted: “Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad.”
Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch says she was "shocked" and "devastated" as she read a rough transcript of a critical phone call in which President Donald Trump said she was “going to go through some things.”
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch opened the second day of Trump impeachment hearings declaring that her abrupt removal played into the hands of “shady interests” with dangerous intentions toward the United States.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch was "smeared and cast aside" by President Donald Trump because she was considered an obstacle to his personal and political agenda.