First Line News Articles for Sunday, December 16 2018
The man responsible for the Strasbourg terror attack was killed by police on Thursday, a spokesman for the Paris prosecutor’s office said.
Police and school officials were notified that an armed person was heading to the school with the intention of hurting people.
Dozens of businesses and institutions across the country received email threats Thursday afternoon, prompting evacuations and sweeps of buildings.
The Senate approved a resolution Thursday to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, dealing a significant blow to President Trump amid heightened tensions over the death of U.S.-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
he Brigham Young University student rocketeers blasted their way into history today, setting a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for Highest launch of an Alka-Rocket* in the 2018 Bayer Alka-Rocket Challenge.
The Church recently released two videos, one about the temple endowment and one about temple garments.
BYU classics professor Thomas Wayment published a new translation of the New Testament on Nov. 26 that is sensitive to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ doctrine.
Brigham Young University’s all-male a cappella group Vocal Point announced recently that the group has signed a recording deal with Decca Gold, Universal Classics — a record label that focuses on classical repertoire.
How a father of 6 is moving forward with faith and forgiveness 1 year after his wife was killed by a drunk driver
Collapsing on the floor in his youngest son’s room after another exhausting day, Jacob Evans was at a loss. For months he had been trying to balance the responsibilities of being both father and mother, provider and caretaker while bearing the weight of comforting his six children amidst all the challenges their family faced.
After being trapped in an abandoned West Virginia coal mine for days, a pair of young explorers said they learned the biggest lesson of their lives.
There are no sure bets in this Congress, especially when it comes to the politically fraught issue of criminal justice reform.
Thursday morning might mark the first time a New Jersey commuter preferred to be in a “cash lane.”
Former FBI Director James Comey admitted in a recent interview that he personally made the decision to send a pair of agents to interview President Trump’s national security adviser Michael Flynn in 2017, and acknowledged the arrangement was not typical for dealing with a White House official.
Judge in Flynn case orders Mueller to turn over interview docs after bombshell claim of FBI pressure
One day after former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s legal team made the bombshell allegation that the FBI had pushed him not to bring a lawyer to his fateful Jan. 24, 2017 interview
American diplomats affected by mysterious health incidents in Cuba showed damage in the inner ear shortly after they complained of weird noises and sensations.
President Donald Trump on Thursday disputed claims by former lawyer Michael Cohen that he engaged in “dirty deeds” that include hush payments to two women to keep them quiet during the 2016 election.
A California utility company said its crews found a damaged transmission tower and holes in a power pole at separate locations near the site where the Camp Fire started.
A woman accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate the powerful National Rifle Association lobby group and influence U.S. policy toward Moscow is expected to plead guilty in federal court on Thursday in a deal that could help prosecutors gain insight into Russian efforts to meddle in American politics.
After a year rocked by the #MeToo movement and months of negotiations, Congress is on the verge of reforming its own sexual harassment regulations.
China and the US are set to take action against each other as tensions escalate over trade, cyber hacking and espionage as US senior law enforcement officials identified Beijing as the most serious threat to US national security on Wednesday.
The United States will push the U.N. Security Council to toughen its stance to prevent Iran from working on ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons and carrying out test launches, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday.
Yemen’s warring parties have agreed to a ceasefire in Hodeidah, a major flashpoint in the country’s war, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said Thursday.
The European Central Bank (ECB) will formally bring an end to its multi-trillion bond-buying program at the end of the month.
Canada is holding Chinese telecommunications executive Meng Wanzhou, who is wanted by the United States.
A passenger train collided head-on with a maintenance locomotive in Ankara, Turkey, Thursday morning, and officials said that at least nine people were killed, with dozens of others injured.
Apple will invest $1 billion in a new campus in Austin, Texas, the company announced on Thursday.
Booking a flight on Delta Air Lines? You may have to leave your fur babies behind.
Say “cheese!” NASA’s InSight Mars Lander has snapped its first selfie from the surface of the Red Planet.
Fentanyl is now the deadliest drug in America, federal health officials announced Wednesday, with more than 18,000 overdose deaths in 2016, the most recent year for which statistics are available.