National

Republicans have repeatedly attacked one of the law's key provisions, what many conservatives have long considered an intrusive requirement that all Americans buy health care insurance, or pay a penalty to the government if they don't. As congressional Republicans struggle to reach a consensus on how to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's signature health care law, support for getting rid of Obamacare has declined across party lines.
  • Fire In Disneyland Parking Structure Injures Seven And Destroys Four Cars

    Fire In Disneyland Parking Structure Injures Seven And Destroys Four Cars

    National

    By 5:35 p.m., the fire was extinguished, and authorities said five to seven people were undergoing treatment for smoke inhalation. Police gave an early damage estimate of $180,000. Darren Clark, whose family of four couldn't get to their auto because of the shutdown, told KNBC-TV: "A lot of people are just exhausted; they've been here all day".
  • More rain is expected in Fontana on Friday, Feb. 10

    More rain is expected in Fontana on Friday, Feb. 10

    National

    Heavy rains to continue this morning. Winds are expected to come from the north at 10 to 15 miles per hour and gust to as high as 30 miles per hour. Cloudy, with a low around 27. Wednesday: A 30 percent chance of showers. Sunday: Southeast winds 5 to 10 knots. Clouds thicken up by evening and a few light snow flurries or snow showers, especially north of Harrisburg, can't be ruled out.
  • Ohio State Student Who Vanished After Work Found Fatally Shot Near Park

    Ohio State Student Who Vanished After Work Found Fatally Shot Near Park

    National

    Tokes was reportedly an employee at the bar and had last been seen around 10 p.m. Wednesday, according to a social media post claiming to be one of Tokes' roomates. She was a four-year varsity tennis player at the high school, where she also played on the varsity lacrosse team, her father told the paper. "Thank you all for your prayers and support for my lovely niece/god daughter Reagan Tokes that went missing at OSU last night".
  • More than 3000 flights canceled as winter storm hits the Northeast

    More than 3000 flights canceled as winter storm hits the Northeast

    National

    Blizzard warnings have been issued for coastal southeastern MA, including the Cape and Islands, and winter storm warnings have been posted for the remainder of the state. Roads and sidewalks are slippery and poor visibility is expected due to blowing and drifting snow and temperatures gradually decline and the winds increase.
  • No other country to be added to travel ban: Homeland Security Secretary

    National

    According to Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly , one such security measure may involve having visitors provide the passwords to their social media accounts as a requirement in order to gain access to the nation. "As well as asking people for their passwords", Kelly said he was looking at trying to obtain people's financial records. Asked about President Trump's comments that his promised border wall was " getting designed right now ", Kelly said he is traveling to the southwest this ...
  • Child rape suspect to judge: 'I'm scared to death'

    Child rape suspect to judge: 'I'm scared to death'

    National

    That evidence, police say, included a vivid description of an assault. Police, who also searched a storage trailer, found Polaroid pictures of naked children; 500 to 1,000 of pairs of prepubescent girls' apparently worn underwear, some of which were found hanging above Thomas' bed; child pornography; adult pornography with images of children superimposed on them; and photos depicting children engaged in sex acts, according to the court documents.
  • 'We Passed' On Having Kellyanne Conway On Sunday Show

    National

    The Obama administration did review and slow down its program admitting Iraqi refugees after an incident in Bowling Green, but it did not introduce an outright ban the way Trump's executive order temporarily has. Later in the investigation, an undercover FBI agent posing as an operative told Alwan and Hammadi that he shipped weapons and money to Iraq. The men also delivered cash to a tractor trailer.
  • VP Tie-Breaker Needed to Confirm Betsy DeVos

    VP Tie-Breaker Needed to Confirm Betsy DeVos

    National

    MI residents have "seen it firsthand, they've lived it firsthand, they all say the same thing", Stabenow said . If you like public education, basic competency, or ethics, Betsy DeVos is a awful choice. A procedural vote on the DeVos nomination will be held today with the confirmation vote scheduled for tomorrow. The nomination now moves to the Senate floor for consideration.
  • Machete Attacker Shot Outside Louvre, Prompting a Trump Tweet

    National

    The incident occurred at the entrance of a underground shopping centre leading to the Louvre, home to the Mona Lisa and other celebrated works of art. The Louvre was due to stay closed for the rest of Friday but is expected to reopen today, culture minister Audrey Azoulay said. Soldiers patrolling the area around the museum are part of Operation Sentinelle, the massive security beef-up measure that followed terror attacks in 2015 and 2016.
  • Sunshine today, slight chance of snow predicted for Super Bowl Sunday

    Sunshine today, slight chance of snow predicted for Super Bowl Sunday

    National

    Friday Night: Partly cloudy. SATURDAY NIGHT: Cloudy, with a low around 29. Tuesday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Tuesday night .A 30 percent chance of rain before midnight. Thursday night: Mostly clear, with a low around 26. Partly sunny, with a high near 62. Monday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 47. Wednesday night , the low will be around 19 and there is a 40 percent chance of snow, the weather service said.
  • Trump's tweets are like 'doodles on a scratch pad,' says Berkeley dean

    Trump's tweets are like 'doodles on a scratch pad,' says Berkeley dean

    National

    They put those things on posters to try to legitimize their own violence against me and against my supporters. Police "were equipped to shoot rubber bullets or what have you, and they really didn't do anything". University officials said the police did not move in on rioting protesters out of concern for causing more harm to students, other protesters and bystanders.
  • Hawkish Trump on Iran: 'Nothing's Off the Table'

    Hawkish Trump on Iran: 'Nothing's Off the Table'

    National

    Flynn said Sunday's missile test was 'in defiance of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 , ' which calls on Iran not to test missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapon . Throughout the campaign season, Trump repeatedly criticized the Iran deal, a position he echoed on Twitter on Thursday in response to Iran testing ballistic missiles.