First Line News Articles for Monday, November 20 2017
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team investigating whether President Donald Trump sought to obstruct a federal inquiry into connections between his presidential campaign and Russian operatives has now directed the Justice Department to turn over a broad array of documents, ABC News has learned.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent died Sunday after sustaining injuries while in the Big Bend Sector, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.
Amid reports a missing Argentine submarine tried unsuccessfully to contact naval bases seven times, a top navy officer said Sunday there is no indication the calls came from the ARA San Juan.
Zimbabwe’s embattled leader Robert Mugabe has vowed to stay in power for several weeks, despite mounting calls for him to stand down now.
A 21-year-old Mormon missionary has died after he was struck by a vehicle on Sunday while walking with his companion in Samoa.
Officials from the Berkeley County Congregational Cooperative Action Project Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry received 40,000 pounds of food, worth an estimated $40,000, Thursday.
Over 6,000 Treasure Valley youths celebrated the dedication of the new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints temple in Meridian Saturday during the Youth Culture Celebration.
By giving people who otherwise might not have the chance of a college-level education, BYU-Pathway Worldwide is constructing “temples of learning,” said the man who was installed Thursday evening, Nov. 16, as that new institution’s first president.
MERIDIAN TEMPLE DEDICATED: LDS church opens fifth temple in Idaho an sixth is on the way in Pocatello
President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, dedicated the Meridian Idaho Temple on Sunday
A US warship has sustained minor damage after a collision with a Japanese tug off central Japan, the US Navy says.
It’s hard to overstate how thoroughly the U.S. military has prepared for doomsday — the day America gets into a nuclear shooting war.
LaToya Cantrell was elected New Orleans’ first-ever female mayor in Saturday’s election, capturing 60 percent of the vote.
Obamacare reform, which crashed and burned in the Senate once this year, is now the wildcard in the Republican effort to pass tax reform this year, dividing the GOP just weeks before they hope to deliver on this major campaign pledge.
The Transportation Security Administration is estimating that it will screen 2.4 million air passengers each day during this coming Thanksgiving week, and could break the record of 2.71 million people screened in a single day in 2004.
A federal agency disclosed it is investigating whether Volkswagen fixed vehicles with an airbag defect after a recall two years ago of 415,825 vehicles manufactured from 2010 to 2014.
TransCanada Corp. says the company has sent additional crews and equipment to the site of a 210,000-gallon oil spill from its Keystone pipeline in South Dakota.
A university in western South Dakota is introducing an unconventional schedule for students interested in completing a college course in 18 days.
The U.S. Secret Service says an individual has been taken into custody after attempting to jump a security barrier on the Pennsylvania Avenue side of the White House.
A blazing fireball lit up the dark skies of Arctic Finland for five seconds, giving off what scientists said was “the glow of 100 full moons” and igniting hurried attempts to find the reported meteorite.
Kim Jong Un’s regime is pursuing an “aggressive schedule” to construct its first operational ballistic missile submarine, an analysis of satellite images indicated as North Korea scoffs at international condemnation and moves to complete its missile and nuclear program.
A new portrait of the Queen and Prince Philip has been released to mark their 70th wedding anniversary.
At least 15 people have been killed in a stampede in Morocco while food aid was being handed out.
Saudi Arabia and other Arab foreign ministers held an emergency meeting in Cairo on Sunday to discuss ways to confront Iran and its Lebanese Shi‘ite ally Hezbollah, who the Arab allies say are interfering in their internal affairs.
All American service members in Japan banned from buying or drinking alcohol after crash kills man on Okinawa
All American service members on Japan are restricted from leaving the base and their residences and alcohol consumption is banned after an American service member struck and killed an Okinawan man with a truck.
The Trump administration put the Palestine Liberation Organization on notice Friday that it will close the group’s office in Washington if the Palestinians don’t get serious about peace talks with Israel, State Department officials said.
A special envoy from President Xi Jinping of China discussed regional and mutual concerns with senior North Korean officials in Pyongyang on Saturday, the North’s state media said.
Honda is recalling about 900,000 of its Odyssey minivans because the second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched.
After back-to-back delays earlier this week, a workhorse Delta 2 rocket finally streaked away from the California coast early Saturday carrying a state-of-the-art $1.6 billion weather satellite into an orbit around Earth’s poles, the first of four intended to ensure reliable forecasting over the next two decades.