Charter Communications To Acquire Time Warner Cable

Charter Communications Inc. will spend $55.33 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable. >>

Senators Push For Awareness of HS Athlete Concussions

Each year, more than 140,000 high school student athletes get a concussion while playing a contact sport. >>

Senators Schumer and Casey Calling For Extra Amtrak Funding

Senators Chuck Schumer and Bob Casey spoke out Thursday. They asked for billions of dollars in safety and infrastructure upgrades they said, we desperately need. >>

Corning Declares "Poppy Day" To Honor Vets

Mayor Richard Negri of Corning declared it "Poppy Day" to kick-off Memorial Day weekend at a press conference earlier today. >>

Obama Bans Military Equipment for Police

President Barack Obama is banning the federal government from providing some military-style equipment to local police. >>

Heightened Security in Waco, TX After Deadly Biker Gang Shootout

Authorities increased security after a shootout between rival motorcycle gangs at a restaurant in Waco, Texas on Sunday. >>

Manís Plans To Attack S. Tier Town Foiled

A former Congressional candidate from Tennessee has plead guilty to a plot to attack a Muslim community in the Southern Tier. >>

Missing US Military Helicopter Found in Nepal

Nepalese rescuers have found the bodies of three of the eight people who were on a U.S. Marine helicopter that went missing. >>

Toy Police Cars Recalled For Possible Choking Risk

More than 15,000 toy police cars are being recalled for a possible choking risk. >>

Amtrak Train Derails In Philadelphia

An Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia late Tuesday night, killing a handful of people and sending hundreds to the hospital. >>

Verizon AOL Acquisition

Verizon is buying AOL for about $4.4 billion, advancing the telecom's push in both mobile and advertising fields. >>

Four Charged in Fatal Shooting Of Mississippi Police Officers

Four suspects have been charged after two police officers were shot and killed in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. >>

Severe Weather Continues To Rip Across The U.S.

Two people were killed in Arkansas and there was significant destruction in Texas after severe storms passed through. >>

"Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive

Saturday May 9th is The National Association Of Letter Carriers annual "Stamp out Hunger" Food Drive. >>

Museum of the Earth Unveils New Exhibit

The Museum of the Earth in Ithaca, NY, gives people of all walks of life the opportunity to learn about the world in a fun and engaging way. Today, the museum unveiled a new but very old exhibit. >>

Severe Weather Hits The Midwest

Severe storms roared through the Midwest, unleashing tornadoes, rain, and golf ball-size hail. >>

Senators Are Calling For Train Repair To Improve Safety

An oil train derailment in central North Dakota Wednesday was just the latest in a string of derailments, and subsequently, destruction at the accident site. >>

Celiac Disease Affects Millions of Americans

May is Celiac Awareness Month. Millions of people go undiagnosed for the disease. >>

Children Working Tobacco Farms In U.S.

Children as young as 11 years old are being put to work on tobacco farms in America. >>

Clinton Agrees To Testify On Benghazi, Emails This Month

Hillary Rodham Clinton is willing to testify once on Capitol Hill later this month about the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, and her email practices during her tenure as secretary of state. >>

Officers Charged in Freddie Grayís Death

Baltimore's top prosecutor announced criminal charges against all six officers suspended after a man suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody, saying "no one is above the law." >>

MDA Formally Ends Labor Day Telethon

Annual broadcast had shortened dramatically in recent years >>

NYPD facing crictism over treatment of protestors

People in New York City joined in protest Wednesday night for the death of Freddie Gray, Now, the NYPD is facing criticism tonight over its handling of those protestors. >>

Protesters Cause Chaos In Baltimore

The Governor of Maryland declared a state of emergency in Baltimore after riots broke out Monday. >>

SCOTUS Hears Same-Sex Marriage Arguments

Decision could impact outcome of gay marriage in several states >>


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