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How evangelical Christianity is different now than in Billy Graham's heyday
February 22, 2018
Billy Graham's simplistic message about Jesus continues to ring true to believers, but evangelical Christianity has evolved.
Massive Floods in Midwestern States
February 23, 2018
Heavy rain and melting snow are causing major floods in the Midwest and South. Some evacuations were ordered in Illinois. Flooding covered some athletic fields, parking lots and roads on Michigan State University's campus in East Lansing. (Feb. 23)
Billionaire Offers to Pay for Jerusalem Embassy
February 23, 2018
President Donald Trump's administration is considering an offer from Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson to pay for at least part of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. (Feb. 23)
Oregon lawmakers pass gun-control bill; first since Florida shooting
February 23, 2018
It is the first time a state legislature has passed a gun-control measure since the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, Fla.
AP Top Stories February 23 A
February 23, 2018
Here's the latest for Friday, February 23rd: Armed officer didn't enter Florida school during shooting; Missouri Gov. indicted on felony charge; Flooding spreads in Midwest, South; Airbnb sending inspectors to rate properties.
Florida school shooting: Sheriff got 18 calls about Cruz's violence, threats, guns
February 23, 2018
People close to Nikolas Cruz called local police with explicit details about his threats, violence, guns before shooting at high school.
Missouri Governor Indicted on Felony Charge
February 23, 2018
A St. Louis grand jury indicted Missouri Governor Eric Greitens for felony invasion of privacy, alleging the Republican took a compromising photo of a woman during an extramarital affair before he was elected. Greitens denies committing a crime. (Feb. 23)
Today in History for February 23rd
February 23, 2018
Highlights of this day in history: Iconic photo captured in Iwo Jima; Persian Gulf War begins in Kuwait; Scottish scientists clone first mammal; Stan Laurel dies; Carlos Santana wins 8 Grammy awards. (Feb. 23)
Iowa TV reporter is making history as the first to wear a hijab on air
February 23, 2018
Her empathetic personality kept Tahera Rahman from quitting when people said her hijab would prevent her from getting an on-air reporting job.
Could captured ISIS fighters lead to Kayla Mueller's body? Her parents hope so
February 22, 2018
Two ISIS fighters believed to have tortured Kayla Mueller have been captured. Her parents hope they lead to her body and ask to spare their lives.
Staffer: Arizona congressional candidate’s texts 'detailed and intimate'
February 22, 2018
Republican Steve Montenegro told the Washington Examiner that he didn’t ask for the topless photo and tried to protect the woman’s career after the incident.
With 175 Americans dying a day, what are the solutions to the opioid epidemic?
January 29, 2018
America’s opioid epidemic could claim 1 million lives by 2020.
Mom allegedly tried to kill children via poison amid custody battle
February 22, 2018
Police in Kansas have charged a 37-year-old woman with a single count of attempted capital murder after she allegedly gave her three children medication in a bid to kill them, PEOPLE confirms
Seven days of heroin: Elliana's story
December 16, 2017
When we met Stephanie Gaffney, she was recovering well from addiction. Then she overdosed. What happened to her? What would happen to her daughter?
Billy Graham reached millions through his crusades. Here's how he did it
February 22, 2018
Billy Graham, the multimedia, mass-market personal apostle of modern times, changed the world with his preaching.
Woman who plotted husband's murder with firefighter bf gets 25 to life
February 22, 2018
More than three years after her firefighter lover fatally shot her husband, a California woman was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for plotting the murder, PEOPLE confirms
2 surgical sponges left inside Woman at least 6 years after C-section
February 22, 2018
A 42-year-old woman entered a clinic complaining of persistent bloating and shockingly discovered that two surgical sponges were left in her body for at least six years
Chicago father kills, nearly decapitates 2-year-old son because he couldn't sleep: Cops
February 22, 2018
The "brutal and horrific" slaying caps off a violent month in the city, which included the killing of a high-ranking police commander just last week, police said.
West Virginia teachers strike over pay, benefits
February 22, 2018
Classes at public schools were canceled in all 55 counties as teachers walked out over low pay, small increases and projected increases in insurance costs.
Florida school shooting: Surrogate family told police Cruz made gun threats
February 22, 2018
The family who took in Nikolas Cruz after his mother died told police he had threatened others with a gun, months before the school shooting.
CEO Wants Airbnb to 'Strengthen Neighborhoods'
February 22, 2018
Airbnb is dispatching inspectors to rate some of the properties listed on its home-rental service in an effort to reassure travelers they're booking nice places to stay. (Feb. 22)
Mich. Teacher: Arming Us 'Absolutely Ridiculous'
February 22, 2018
The idea of arming teachers is not a popular one among a Detroit-area high school teacher and a handful of her students. The group spoke to the Associated Press outside their school campus on Thursday, describing the idea as "illogical" and "ridiculous." (Feb. 22)
Police: Florida man holding target practice in apartment nearly hits sleeping neighbors
February 22, 2018
Ivan Bakh of Cape Coral was arrested after police say he had fired a gun inside his apartment, with the round traveling just over the heads of sleeping neighbors.
Negro Ensemble Company turned spotlight on black theater
February 22, 2018
The groundbreaking theater company produced dozens of Hollywood legends, including Denzel Washington.
New blizzard is about to hit the Blackfeet Indians, but they can't dig out from the others
February 22, 2018
Parts of the reservation east of Glacier National Park in Montana have received 70 inches of snow in February alone.
In 1968, Curtis Mayfield was the voice of victory for civil rights
February 22, 2018
Curtis Mayfield was one of the country’s most successful R&B artists and interpreters of the civil rights movement.
America's most expensive margarita served on National Margarita Day
February 22, 2018
New York City bar is serving a $2,500 drink but it's not just about feeling good - it's also about doing good. (Feb. 22)
Enduring HBCUs rising for changing student needs
February 22, 2018
Long list of HBCU achievers includes Langston Hugues, Oprah Winfrey and Martin Luther King Jr.
February political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network
February 22, 2018
The day in pictures
February 22, 2018
Thousands dressed as Rosie the Riveter set record
October 15, 2017
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