States facing the highest risk of tornadoes on Wednesday include Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
Comedian and Georgia resident Corey Ryan Forrester calls out right-wing propaganda on social media.
A statue honoring Confederate General Robert E. Lee was quietly removed from the U.S. Capitol overnight Sunday, but statues honoring Confederate leaders and others with racist pasts remain—months after leaders of Congress urged their removal.
Regional totals of confirmed cases across the country range from around 144,300 to over 668,000, as of Wednesday.
"It's not a matter of friendship," former North Korean soldier Oh Chong Song said, not blaming his ex-compatriots for shooting him five times as he fled to South Korea.
Researchers discovered vegetation and wildlife thriving on the newly formed island.
Study of shark carcasses discovered in 2017 indicate the presence of "super predator" killer whales.
The comments were made as President Donald Trump's relationship with China deteriorates.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said the country "will continue to take necessary measures to safeguard our national sovereignty and security."
It wouldn't be the first time—the South Carolina GOP canceled a presidential primary in 2004, when President George W. Bush ran for re-election.
The driver was injured in the fire but the extent of the injuries is not known.
Seoul's Defense Ministry said that the "inter-Korean field verification was held in a friendly atmosphere."
The Summerville Fire Rescue also worked to put out a fire allegedly set by the Christmas decoration arson suspect.
A new lawsuit alleges the former volunteer sexually abused up to 14 other children.
North and South Korea have both destroyed 10 guard posts on the demilitarized zone, hoping to reduce tensions and work toward peace.
The dynamics of "Love Unification: Southern Man, Northern Woman" take on new meaning as the two countries search for peace.
A recent South Korea court ruling has stirred anger in Japan just as the U.S. may need them both the most in order to advance peace talks with North Korea.
"As six were added to the two given as a gift, this is a great fortune. I hope inter-Korean affairs will be like this" South Korea's Moon Jae-in tweeted.
Critics of the president said the move "is illegal and goes against the constitution," while supporters said it's what the people want.
South Korea's presidential office said it "conducted the radiation test" on two tons of pine mushrooms sent by North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un.
The RAND Corporation said "South Korea must avoid using a major war to obtain unification," even in the event of North Korea's collapse.
South Korean Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon said "it is possible at this moment" to make peace with Pyongyang.