Time /
Potential Privacy Problem Found With Millions of Americans’ 2010 Census Data

The information for 138 million people are potentially vulnerable

Time /
Man Arrested at Orlando Airport for Trying to Breach a Security Checkpoint

Authorities arrested the man at Orlando International Airport

CBS /
Police: Gunman in deadly Illinois shooting should not have owned gun

Terror engulfed a Chicago suburb when a factory worker went on a deadly shooting rampage after being fired from his job. It happened at the Henry ...

CBS /
Community honors victims in Illinois shooting massacre

The community of Aurora, Illinois, is honoring the five civilians who were killed by a former co-worker. All of the victims are expected to survive. ...

CBS /
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, February 16, 2019

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with David Begnaud.

NY Times /
Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected

It could have answered the concerns of citizens. Instead it bolted.

Top words for USA Top Stories
Create your own
Word Cloud
NY Times /
Time to Panic

The planet is getting warmer in catastrophic ways. And fear may be the only thing that saves us.

CBS /
Graham: hard to understand "legal difference" between building wall and sending troops

"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan spoke with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., for an interview to air Sunday, Feb. 17.

CBS /
Graham: Trump made "persuasive case" for national emergency

"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan spoke with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., for an interview to air Sunday, Feb. 17.

NY Times /
Don’t Let Sex Distract You From the Revolution

Maybe the Second Wave celibates were on to something.

CBS /
Graham says Trump has to "do it on his own" to build the wall

President Trump declared a national emergency to build the border wall on Friday

Time /
Spain Dismisses U.S. Appeal for NATO Allies to Fill the Void Left in Syria

The U.S. is asking NATO members and other partners to provide "the resources"

NY Times /
U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia

The shipments of humanitarian aid aboard Air Force planes come as the Pentagon is preparing for the possibility of missions in Venezuela.

Time /
U.S. Air Force Sends Aid to Town Near Venezuelan Border

Commercial planes had been used for earlier shipments of aid

NY Times /
What Is Death?

It’s not a simple biological fact. It’s a complex social choice.

USA Today /
'He's like a folk hero': 45-year-old Ichiro continues to awe at Mariners spring training

Ichiro might not be in the Mariners' long-term plans, but as team readies for season-opening series in Japan, he remains royalty for fans and ...

USA Today /
Fresh faces and new sponsors give Daytona 500 throwback feel

NASCAR's biggest race features 8 drivers making their Daytona 500 debut and a handful of sponsors new to the ...

USA Today /
Burns scores 20 to lead Colgate over American 83-81 in OT

Jordan Burns scores 20 points as Colgate narrowly defeats American 83-81 in overtime        

USA Today /
Childs scores 18 to lift BYU past Loyola Marymount 70-62

Yoeli Childs records 18 points and five assists as BYU beats Loyola Marymount, 70-62        

Time /
Academy Reverses Decision, Will Air All Awards at the 2019 Oscars

"Nine days until the showtime, still tweaking the script" the Academy tweeted

USA Today /
NBA, FIBA launching 12-team league in Africa; Barack Obama to have hands-on role

The league is scheduled for launch in January of 2020 and will be the NBA’s first collaboration to run a pro sports league outside of North ...

USA Today /
Tear gas, hate speech mark 14th yellow vest protest

Acrid clouds of tear gas filled the esplanade of Les Invalides monument, obscuring the gold dome that crowns the monument housing Napoleon’s ...

USA Today /
Factory shooting rampage victims include HR manager, college intern and forklift operator

Gary Martin, a 15-year veteran of Henry Pratt, was fired Friday. Three of the victims were killed in the meeting where officials gave him the bad ...

Time /
Illinois Gunman Had a History of Domestic Violence and Was ‘Stressed’ Before Shooting

Gary Martin was convicted of stabbing a woman in Mississippi in 1994

CBS /
Police chief: Illinois shooter shouldn't have owned gun

Police gave an update Saturday on a deadly shooting that unfolded Friday at a manufacturing company in Aurora, Illinois. They gave details about the victims and the shooter. Watch the full press conference.

NY Times /
‘No One Survived.’ A Taliban Attack Kills 32 at Remote Afghan Post.

The attack on the small base was the latest in a series of deadly Taliban ambushes of Afghan security outposts.

CBS /
Set photo revealed after “Star Wars: Episode IX” wraps filming

“I’m forever indebted to you all”: director J.J. Abrams tweeted with the heartfelt cast photo

See More  
back to top