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Closed funeral home where infant bodies were found was under renovation
October 14, 2018
Owner of the site of the former funeral home, where 11 infant corpses were found, had removed four dumpsters of garbage from the building.
19 million tweets later: A look at #MeToo a year after the hashtag went viral
October 13, 2018
Amid ongoing discussions about sexual harassment in the workplace and beyond, a Pew Research study found how many times the #MeToo hashtag was used.
Mega Millions jumps to $868 million, second-largest jackpot in US history
October 17, 2018
There was no winning ticket in Tuesday night's record $667 million Mega Millions game, pushing the jackpot to an estimated $868 million for the next drawing. Powerball $345 million drawing set for Wednesday night.
Hurricane Michael's destruction wasn't limited to the Florida coast
October 13, 2018
Rural communities far from where Michael came ashore were walloped by the killer hurricane.
USA TODAY Network reporter killed in New Jersey accident
October 17, 2018
Lindsay Ireland, a reporter for the Daily Record, was struck and killed by a vehicle early Sunday morning while walking along a road in Randolph, N.J.
'I’m going to take it home and I’m going to punch it': Baby Trump balloons help defray cost of Chicago march
October 13, 2018
Those at a March on the Polls rally Saturday in Chicago took the idea and ran with it, bringing along massive a massive inflatable that depicts the president as a diaper-wearing child and selling miniaturized versions to help pay for the gathering.
For Asners, comic-art auction is a family affair
October 16, 2018
October 17 online auction of comic-book art will benefit The Ed Asner Family Center for special-needs children and their families. (Oct. 16)
Paul Allen remembered for tech, sports, giving
October 16, 2018
Tributes to Paul Allen continue to pour in from leaders in the tech, sports and entertainment industries. Allen died Monday. He was 65. (Oct. 17)
Today in History for October 17th
October 16, 2018
Highlights of this day in history: Arab oil embargo fuels energy crisis; Americans clinch revolutionary victory at Saratoga; Deadly quake hits northern California; Mobster Al Capone convicted of tax evasion; Playwright Arthur Miller born. (Oct. 17)
Grandmother charged with murder after toddler found stabbed, burned inside oven
October 16, 2018
Carolyn Jones, 48, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of 20-month-old Royalty Marie Floyd in Shaw, Mississippi.
Students claim cookies contained grandparent's cremated remains, police say
October 16, 2018
Authorities in Davis, about 15 miles west of Sacramento, say no actual evidence has been found to support the claim.
Richard Branson lands on Walk of Fame
October 16, 2018
Entrepreneur Richard Branson accepted his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with help from Lance Bass and Ben Harper and stories of "sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll." (Oct. 16)
Tennessee mother, 4 teenage children killed in murder-suicide, sheriff says
October 16, 2018
A mother killed her four children before killing herself Monday evening in Columbia. An adult child found Cynthia Collier and her four children dead.
Keira Knightley's 'Cinderella' ban
October 16, 2018
Why "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms" star Keira Knightley won't let her 3-year-old watch some Disney movies. (Oct. 16)
Changing Calif. county gives Democrats hope
October 16, 2018
Orange County, California, was mostly white and reliably Republican for decades. Its growing diversity has loosened the GOP's grip, and Democrats aim to take advantage in November. (Oct. 17)
Hurricane Michael death toll rises to as many as 26 after more bodies found in Florida
October 16, 2018
Almost a week after Hurricane Michael smashed into the Florida Panhandle, authorities reported that 12 people have been found dead in Bay County.
Legal battle over family separations flares up in court
October 16, 2018
Immigration advocates and the Trump administration are struggling to resolve the months long dispute over families separate at the US-Mexico border.
Ticket Sales Lift Mega Millions Prize to $667M
October 16, 2018
Lottery players hoping to win an estimated $667 million jackpot in the Mega Millions drawing Tuesday night lined up to buy tickets at stores across the country. (Oct. 16)
MSU medical resident forced women to watch him masturbate, records show
October 16, 2018
A Michigan State University medical resident charged with sex assault forced women to watch him masturbate, according to court records.
Pence tours Georgia towns hit by Hurricane Michael
October 16, 2018
Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen toured farms affected by Hurricane Michael on Tuesday. (Oct. 16)
Groundbreaking 1968 pageant proved black is beautiful
October 16, 2018
The first Miss Black America pageant took place Sept. 7, 1968, in Atlantic City, just a few blocks away from the Miss America pageant protest.
Miss Black America pageant reclaims activist roots in 'rebirth' at 50
October 16, 2018
This year's 50th Miss Black America pageant aims to address ongoing disparities in the treatment of African Americans, its founder says.
Sessions: 'The president speaks his mind'
October 16, 2018
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions faced questions over whether President Donald Trump has ever tried to pressure him to resign, even as he announced a new campaign to combat Mexican drug cartels. (Oct. 16)
Astronaut 'needed to stay calm' as launch failed
October 16, 2018
The NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing says he knew he needed to stay calm. Air Force Col. Nick Hague on Tuesday publicly described his close call. (Oct.16)
America's teachers: On a single day, plenty of pressure, not enough respect
October 16, 2018
Teachers in America: No matter where they work, many teachers feel disrespect
AP Top Stories October 16 P
October 16, 2018
Here's the latest for Monday October 15th: In wake of missing journalist, Pompeo meets with Mohammed Bin Salman; Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels suit against President Trump; Llano River in Texas is on flood watch; Choctaw Indian horses return to the deep South. (Oct. 16)
New York's highest court removes embattled judge from bench
October 16, 2018
Leticia Astacio of the Rochester City Court was convicted of misdemeanor drunken driving in 2016. She appealed a decision to be removed from bench.
The moment the raging Llano River destroyed a bridge
October 16, 2018
Evacuations were ordered along the bloated Llano River, a week after deadly floods swept the same region.
October political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network
October 16, 2018
Gannett's cartoonists from across the country draw their takes on news and politics.
What are the richest countries in the world?
June 21, 2018
The day in pictures
October 16, 2018
US skyscrapers: Tallest building in every state
March 06, 2018
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