‘Rocket Man’ to ‘Terrific’: Trump lauds Kim in UN return

President Donald Trump raised hopes at the United Nations on Monday that a second meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un could occur "quite soon."

FBI joins massive search for 6-year-old North Carolina boy with autism

The Gastonia Police Department along with two dozen other agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), are searching for a missing 6-year-old boy with special needs.

47 dogs reported dead due to PetSmart grooming across US

Over the past decade 47 dogs have died across the U.S. during grooming, or within days of showing signs of ill health after grooming, at the nation's leading pet retailer, a New Jersey news organization reports, though what the numbers mean is uncertain.

4 dead, including suspect, after Maryland warehouse shooting

Three people were killed Thursday morning in a shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in northeast Maryland, officials said.

Cargill ground beef recall after E. coli outbreak kills 1, sickens 17

More than 132,000 pounds of possibly tainted ground beef sold nationwide is being recalled in an E. coli outbreak that has killed one person and sickened 17 others, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.

5 things for businesses to know about disaster recovery

Many small business owners whose companies were hit by Hurricane Florence are embarking on an uncertain path to recovery.

‘Nightmare that won’t end’: Storm evacuees can’t return yet

Stranded by Florence's epic floods days after the hurricane hit North Carolina, Wilmington residents lined up by the hundreds Tuesday for free food, water and tarps, while officials managed to open a second route into the surrounded city.

Kavanaugh’s accuser willing to talk to Congress, lawyer says

President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was thrust into turmoil Sunday after the woman accusing him of high school-era sexual misconduct told her story publicly for the first time.

Death tolls often rise weeks after storm hits

More than six months after Hurricane Irma's catastrophic rampage across the Caribbean and the southeastern United States, the number of deaths attributed to the storm increased to 129 — more than twice the amount reported at the end of the storm.

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