In this 2017 file photo, Boeing employees stand near the new Boeing 787-10 at the company's facility in North Charleston, SC.

FAA Proposes $1.25M Fine For Boeing

The proposed penalty involves work at a South Carolina factory between 2017 and 2019.


0:40Demonstrator kicks tear gas canister
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

Portland Police Declare Riot For Second Night In A Row

1:10City council member speaks in Minneapolis
Jerry Holt / Star Tribune / AP

Minneapolis Won't Vote To Dismantle Police Department In November

4:48Site of Beirut Explosion

Chemical In Beirut Explosion Common In U.S., Public Reporting Isn't

1:17Dr. Janice Jackson, Chicago Public Schools CEO.
Chicago Sun-Times/AP

Chicago Starting First Quarter of Academic Year Online

1:24Voters walk into precinct.
Ross D. Franklin / AP

Voters Deliver Some Incumbent Upsets In Tuesday's Primaries

3:07Schoolboy waiting for a bus with a mask during covid pandemic

Other Countries Find Age Matters When Reopening Schools

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As Schools Reopen, Intelligence Officials Say China Spying Looms Large

0:45Twitter logo
Matt Rourke / AP

Alleged Twitter Hacker Pleads Not Guilty In Florida Court

0:52Nanny and children

Pandemic Parenting: How Can I Keep My Child Care Worker Safe?

0:55Healthcare workers test a person at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site
Carolos Osorio / AP

Bipartisan Group Of States Team Up To Buy Rapid COVID-19 Tests

1:25Mayor Bill de Blasio and Dr. Oxiris Barbot
Mark Lennihan / AP

NYC Health Commissioner Quits In Clash With Mayor Over Virus Response

1:23NBA players and coaches lock arms and kneel before an NBA basketball game.
Kim Klement / AP

Professional Sports More Open About Social Justice Messaging


Leaked Body Camera Footage Shows New Details in George Floyd Arrest

3:09Two soldiers look in on a Stars and Stripes publication
Photo by Mark Allen, Stars and Stripes

Military Watchdog Stars and Stripes Fighting For Survival

0:58President Trump holds up signed executive order

Pres. Trump's Order Aims to Protect American Workers From Outsourcing

1:14Flooding in Philadelphia
Matt Slocum / AP

Tropical Storm Isaias Heads Up Atlantic, Leaving Damage Behind

0:45Rep. Adam Schiff
Alex Brandon / AP

House Committee Probing Homeland Security Activities During Protests

0:52Person mailing in 2020 Census
U.S. Census Bureau

Census Bureau Shortening Counting Operation For 2020 Census

1:05A firefighter watches as flames flare at the Apple Fire in Cherry Valley, Calif.
Ringo H.W. Chiu / AP

Officials Say Vehicle Malfunction Sparked The Apple Fire In California

1:07Testing facility at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
Daniel A. Varela / Miami Herald / AP

Florida Reports Lowest Number Of New Infections Since Mid-June

1:03Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb.

Former FDA Commissioner Says MLB Outbreak Offers Warnings For Schools

2:33Mayra Ramirez and Brian Kuhns are both recovering from double lung transplants after COVID-19 complications.
Northwestern Medicine

Patients Share Stories Of Double Lung Transplant After COVID-19

3:34Federal Judge Esther Salas
YouTube / Mercury

Federal Judge Speaks Out For First Time About Family Tragedy

3:52'Black Lives Matter' flag in Portland

As Federal Forces Leave Portland, Protesters Want Accountability

0:47Family using video chat

Pandemic Parenting: How Can We Discuss Limited Interactions?

1:23SpaceX "Capsule Endeavor" lands in Gulf of Mexico

SpaceX 'Capsule Endeavor' Makes Splashdown

0:51Firefighters watch as the Apple Fire blazes in Southern California.

Southern California Fires Burns 20,000 Acres, Displaces Thousands

1:14A U.S. Marine Amphibious Assault Vehicle similar to this left eight Marines and one sailor missing after it sank.
Mindaugas Kulbis / AP

8 Military Presumed Dead Off Southern California Coast

1:41Black Lives Matter protesters march through Portland, Ore. after rallying at the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse
Noah Berger / AP

Portland Police Declare Unlawful Assembly Outside Police Precinct

1:37Nightly protests in Portland have remained peaceful since federal agents left the city.
Noah Berger / AP

Portland Sees Peaceful Protests After Many Federal Agents Withdraw