Hurts wants to know what the organization is doing to prevent a repeat of the incident, which endangered him, fans and media after a game in FedEx Field.
The contribution from the church is part of a fund expected to grow to $2.6 billion, making it the largest sexual abuse settlement figure in U.S. history.
An official speaking to the Associated Press said American intelligence shows Russian movement for a possible invasion is already underway.
James was suspended and fined before Tuesday's news he would miss a stretch of games, making the last week one of the strangest in his epic career.
Major League Baseball and its players union are steaming toward a Dec. 1 end to the current collective bargaining agreement.
An outside study looked at gender equity issues in the NCAA and came back with several recommendations.
The recent rise of a "right-to-repair" movement helped convince the tech giant to change course when it comes to some repairs.
Meadows is yet to comply with a subpoena from the House committee that wants to examine his personal phone and email from the day of the insurrection.
Jamie Scott, who became famous for the conditions of her prison release and outrage associated with her initial sentencing, has died at age 49.
Governor Kevin Stitt first began fighting nonbinary birth certificate designations in May, saying there was "no such thing" as being nonbinary.
The former White House press secretary is now the lone Republican candidate for Arkansas governor.
An outside investigation determined the officer who shot a man being called a "hero" did so while believing he was a possible second active shooter.
Gangs have turned to highways during shootouts since eye-witness accounts are so difficult at high speeds, authorities say.
Republican Congressman Jim Banks marked his return to social media by saying "Big Tech" is out of control and must be reined in by House Republicans.
A for-profit detention center in Washington state has been ordered to pay back $23 million to detainees and the state following a federal jury's ruling.
An organization that purchased a cadaver for what it said was educational purposes, used it for public dissection at an event where tickets were sold.
Virginia's incoming governor pulled off an election night upset, but now has to wrangle with the reality of trying to make opposing sides come together.
The longtime military man and civil servant had a well-known personal obsession with the Swedish pop band, one that was remembered at his funeral.
A Colorado man who waded into the Capitol on Jan. 6 was sentenced to 90 days of home detention for his participation in the insurrection.
The only employee fired because of lead-contaminated water flowing into Flint years ago has received a large payout for wrongful termination.
Swearing in 19-month-old Shelby means the Denver Police Department has joined hundreds of others by using a therapy dog internally and externally.
The American government is trying to find out what is causing symptoms in line with brain trauma in hundreds of its diplomats and intelligence officers.
A new lawsuit argues positive symbolism associated with Native Americans can help curb stereotypes and keep their history remembered.
Three employees at a downtown Manhattan jail were charged with accepting bribes from prisoners in exchange for cellphones, booze and good reviews to a judge.
Prosecutors will have to determine if a new trial for kidnapping and murder will take place in the case that has spanned more than 30 years.
Heather Mack made international headlines for the 2014 killing of her mother in Indonesia. Now, she has been indicted on murder conspiracy charges in the U.S.
The FBI's years-long investigation into Saudi Arabia's role in possibly planning the 9/11 attacks did not show a clear connection, according to new documents.
The Federal Reserve will cut billions of dollars in aid in response to new timelines that show inflation may endure into the middle of next year.
Penguin Random House is interested in a merger which would give the world's largest book publisher an even bigger reach by eliminating a prime competitor.
Tennessee won four consecutive games to move atop the AFC South and into Super Bowl consideration, but has lost the league's best running back.