National Top Stories

Joe Biden MLK day

Biden, Rubio and Palin's 2016 plans

The 2016 calculations of three potential candidates -- two Republicans and a very senior Democrat -- plus big tests for President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell filled our Sunday trip around the "Inside Politics" table.

1. Rubio's no...

Japanese ISIS hostages

Post demands swap for ISIS hostage

ISIS appears to have beheaded one of its Japanese hostages -- and now, an online post is making a demand for sparing the other.

A video file posted online Saturday by a known ISIS supporter shows an image of one hostage, Kenji Goto, holding a photo of...

Barack Obama serious expression

Mandel Ngan-Pool/Getty Images

Obama on Russia: 'Large countries don't bully'

The military option is out, President Barack Obama said Sunday, but the U.S. will be looking at all other options to "ratchet up the pressure on Russia" on the issue of Ukraine.

"We have no interest in seeing Russia weakened or its economy in shamble...

Boko Haram Cameroon

Mohammed Abba/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Strategic city falls in Boko Haram battle

Hundreds of Boko Haram gunmen on Sunday launched a predawn attack on the Nigerian city of Maiduguri and were locked in a fierce battle with government troops on the outskirts of the city, according to the military, residents and citizen vigilantes.

Th...

Snowplow blizzard snow ice winter weather

Darren McCollester/Getty Images

'Destructive' storm to hit Massachusetts

A potentially "historic and destructive" winter storm and blizzard will likely hit areas of Massachusetts beginning Monday night, dumping heavy snow and bringing strong winds, state forecasters say. Snowfall could exceed 2 feet in some parts of the s...

BOB DYLAN 2011

Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Bob Dylan gives new album away in AARP magazine

Attention, Bono: Here's an old-school way to give away a free album.

Bob Dylan is sending seniors free copies of his latest album, tucking 50,000 copies into the next edition of "AARP The Magazine," according to the retirement group.

It's likely to go...

Mike Huckabee, April 2014

Darren McCollester/Getty Images

Huckabee straddles line on immigration

Mike Huckabee says deporting immigrants who were brought into the United States as children is like ticketing a child riding in the back seat of a car when the child's father is pulled over for speeding.

"You don't punish a child for something his pa...

Kendrick Johnson GA teen gym mat death

CNN

Kendrick Johnson's parents could be jailed

Still seeking justice in their son's death, Kendrick Johnson's parents will face the justice system themselves Monday on misdemeanor charges related to a 2013 protest, their attorney said.

Kenneth and Jacquelyn Johnson, along with five family members...

Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscars

Tom Larson/CNN

'American Sniper' hauls in $200 million at box office

"American Sniper" is on track to make $200 million in its first ten days of nationwide release, a feat matched by only a few R-rated films in Hollywood history.

The Oscar-nominated Iraq War movie, starring Bradley Cooper as the legendary sniper Chris ...

AP

Sanders: 7-point plan for saving 'disappearing middle class'

How would the federal government spend if a Democratic Socialist were in charge?

A new outline from Sen. Bernie Sanders tells us how.

He points to several priorities -- including "a major federal jobs program" and raising taxes on the wealthy -- t...

Netanyahu Israel

Netanyahu visit continues to stir emotion

White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough says the United States shouldn't wade into Israeli politics -- even if the country's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, plans to weigh in on American policies.

His comments come days after House Speaker Joh...

Yemen

Obama: Yemen unrest won't halt drones

Taking militants out with drones isn't simple, but it's the best strategy available to eliminate the threat of terrorists in Yemen, U.S. President Barack Obama said Sunday.

The administration's policy in the increasingly unstable country has come unde...

National News Slideshows

On this day: January 25

Battle of the Bulge, World War II, Allied tanks

U.S. Army

The Winter Olympics are born, the Battle of the Bulge comes to an end, Charles Manson is found guilty, the Iran hostages arrive home, and Egypt begins rising up, all on this day.

On this day: January 24

old Eskimo Pie ice cream advertisement

Nestle

The California Gold Rush begins, the Eskimo Pie is patented, Jackie Robinson is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, and the first Apple Macintosh goes on sale, all on this day.

On this day: January 23

USS Pueblo, 1967 file photo

U.S. Navy

The deadliest earthquake in recorded history hits China, Duke Ellington plays Carnegie Hall, North Korea captures a U.S. Navy ship, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts its first class, all on this day.

NEWS DIRECT FROM BUSINESSES & GOV'T AGENCIES ACROSS THE NATION
A Service from PR Newswire

More Local Headlines from PR Newswire
Advertisement
NEXT NEWSCAST:
69News Weekend Edition (6pm)
1 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.
Advertisement

Latest National Video

National News Video