Firefighters Douse Blaze at Oregon Hotel Featured in ‘The Shining’

Firefighters Douse Blaze at Oregon Hotel Featured in ‘The Shining’

Firefighters contained a blaze at Timberline Lodge in Oregon, featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film “The Shining.”

Apple Removes Meta's WhatsApp, Threads From App Store in China

Apple Removes Meta's WhatsApp, Threads From App Store in China

Apple said it had removed Meta’s WhatsApp messaging app and its Threads social media app from App Store in China.

Next Step in Baltimore Bridge Cleanup is Removal of Debris From Ship’s Deck

Next Step in Baltimore Bridge Cleanup is Removal of Debris From Ship’s Deck

Salvage crews at the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore are turning their focus to the thousands of tons of debris sitting atop container ship Dali.

FAA Will Investigate Runway Mix-UP Involving JetBlue, Southwest

FAA Will Investigate Runway Mix-UP Involving JetBlue, Southwest

Federal Aviation Administration will investigate after a flight at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport was instructed to cross a runway where another flight was beginning takeoff.

Start of Menendez Bribery Trial Delayed Until Mid-May

Start of Menendez Bribery Trial Delayed Until Mid-May

The start of New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez’s  bribery trial was postponed to mid-May, after lawyers agreed the extra days would aid trial preparation.

San Francisco Will Receive Pandas From China, Mayor Says

San Francisco Will Receive Pandas From China, Mayor Says

San Francisco is the latest U.S. city preparing to receive pandas from China.

Cicada Salad Emerges on New Orleans Menu

Cicada Salad Emerges on New Orleans Menu

Trillions of periodical cicadas will emerge soon in sections of the U.S. They’re more than noisy pests. If prepared properly, they can be tasty to eat.

Mandisa, Grammy-Winner and ‘American Idol’ Alum, Dies at 47

Mandisa, Grammy-Winner and ‘American Idol’ Alum, Dies at 47

Mandisa, a contemporary Christian singer who appeared on 'American Idol' and won a Grammy for her 2013 album 'Overcomer,' has died at 47.

Biden Administration Restricts Additional Oil and Gas Leasing in Alaska Reserve

Biden Administration Restricts Additional Oil and Gas Leasing in Alaska Reserve

The Biden administration will restrict new oil and gas leasing on 13 million acres of a federal petroleum reserve in Alaska to help protect wildlife such as caribou and polar bears.

EPA Designates 2 Forever Chemicals as Hazardous, Eligible for Superfund Cleanup

EPA Designates 2 Forever Chemicals as Hazardous, Eligible for Superfund Cleanup

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday designated two “forever chemicals” used in cookware, carpets and firefighting foam as hazardous substances.

Students and Teacher Killed at Columbine to Be Remembered at 25th Anniversary Vigil

Students and Teacher Killed at Columbine to Be Remembered at 25th Anniversary Vigil

The 12 students and one teacher killed in the Columbine High School shooting will be remembered Friday evening during a community vigil marking the 25th anniversary of the tragedy.

Jury, Alternates Seated in Trump Hush Money Trial

Jury, Alternates Seated in Trump Hush Money Trial

The jury selection process in the Donald Trump hush money case was completed Friday. Opening statements are expected Monday.

New Title XI Rules Protect LGBTQ+ Students; But Avoid Transgender Sports Decision

New Title XI Rules Protect LGBTQ+ Students; But Avoid Transgender Sports Decision

The rights of LGBTQ+ students will be protected by federal law, and victims of campus sexual assault will gain new safeguards, under Title IX rules finalized Friday by the Biden administration.

San Francisco Sues Oakland Over OAK's Airport Name Change Effort

San Francisco Sues Oakland Over OAK's Airport Name Change Effort

San Francisco sued Oakland Thursday over a vote to change the name of the city’s airport to San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport, saying the change is already resulting in financial impact.

Finding Rental Housing May Be Easier for California Pet Owners Under Proposed Law

Finding Rental Housing May Be Easier for California Pet Owners Under Proposed Law

A proposed law in California might make it easier for those with pets to find rental housing by limiting ‘no pets’ policies, along with restricting additional rent or move-in deposits for pet owners.