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Tropical Storm Beta is set to make landfall along Texas' central or upper Gulf Coast late Monday night, the National Hurricane Center said. It could drop up to 20 inches of rain to some areas of Texas and Louisiana. (Sept. 21)

A former Indian diplomat and his wife are teaching free classes on a New Delhi sidewalk to children, ages 4 to 14. Virendra and Veena Gupta are trying to help the children keep up while COVID-19 has schools shut down. (Sept. 21)

“Schitt’s Creek” was the talk of this year’s Emmys with a historic comedy awards sweep. Other big winners included “Succession” for best drama series, “Watchmen” for outstanding limited series and "Euphoria" star Zendaya, who became the youngest-ever winner in the drama lead actress category…

“Schitt’s Creek” was the talk of this year’s Emmys with a historic comedy awards sweep. Other big winners included “Succession” for best drama series, “Watchmen” for outstanding limited series and "Euphoria" star Zendaya, who became the youngest-ever winner in the drama lead actress category…

People have been voting by mail in the U.S. for close to a hundred years, but it's never been as big an issue as it is in the 2020 election. This is the start of a five-part animation series by The Associated Press, Election 2020 Facts (Sept. 21)

Parents are among the nearly 200,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S., leaving behind an untold number of children. Sisters Katherine and Jennifer Guzman are now raising two small children their mother had adopted before she died in March. (Sept. 21)

Highlights of this day in history: President Bill Clinton's grand jury testimony in the Monica Lewinsky scandal aired on TV; Authors H.G. Wells and Stephen King born; 'Monday Night Football' premieres; Actor-comedian Bill Murray born. (Sept. 21)

Sunday's Emmy Awards are mostly remote this year -- but security and production crews are in place as Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles welcomes unknown number of on-site attendees. (Sept. 20)

Here's the latest for Sunday September 20th: Biden to GOP senators: Don't jam through Ginsburg nominee; Key GOP senator opposes Supreme Court nomination before election; March of 100,000 marks week 7 of Belarus protests; Monument to COVID victims inaugurated in Brazil. (Sept. 20)

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sunday appealed to Senate Republicans asking them to 'follow your conscience' about filling a vacant Supreme Court seat following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the Nov. 3 election. (Sept. 20)

Hundreds of mourners gathered for a second night to honor the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington. Ginsburg died of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer Friday at the age of 87. (Sept. 20)

Highlights of this day in history: Magellan begins globe-trotting voyage; Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal dies; Actress Sophia Loren born; Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in 'Battle of the Sexes'; Singer Jim Croce dies in plane crash. (Sept. 20)

President Donald Trump says he's moving "very quickly" to select a Supreme Court nominee following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Trump tells reporters his pick could come in in the next week and will “most likely" be a woman. (Sept. 19)

Here are the top stories for Saturday, Sept. 19th: Court vacancy could roil possible election case; Trump to Senate: Vote 'without delay' on high court pick; Ginsburg's death draws surge of donations to Democrats; Bavarians hold toned-down Oktoberfest.

Tributes are flowing for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the court's second female justice, who died Friday. She leaves a long legal and cultural legacy with many considering her "the founding mother of gender equity. " (Sept. 19)

Gillian Metzger, a Columbia University professor and former law clerk for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg remarks on her legacy of hard work for causes of equality. (Sept. 19)

Oktoberfest celebrations got underway in Munich on Saturday with the traditional tapping of a keg and the cry of "O'zapft is" or "it's tapped." But this year's festival is non-traditional and highly regulated over coronavirus concerns. (Sept. 19)

Highlights of this day in history: A pivotal battle in the American Revolution; President James Garfield dies; Bruno Hauptmann arrested in the Lindbergh baby case; Unabomber's manifesto published; 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' premieres. (Sept. 19)

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday at her home in Washington. She was 87. (Sept. 18)

Producers of the Emmy Awards on Sunday are relying on winners to keep the show interesting as they react live on-camera from their homes in Los Angeles and around the world. (Sept. 18)

President Donald Trump stumped for votes in rural Minnesota, predicting his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, would terminate Trump's travel ban and settle more refugees in the North Star State. (Sept. 18)

A solidly blue state for the past half century, Minnesota became an unquestioned presidential battleground on Friday as President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden fought for working-class voters. (Sept. 18)

In what is sure to be a United Nations General Assembly like no other, the UN's annual meeting of world leaders is forced to go mostly virtual because of the coronavirus pandemic. (Sept.)

Here are the top stories for Friday, Sept. 18th: Trump, Biden fight for votes in Minnesota; Early voting starts in Virginia; Hundreds of thousands still without power after Sally; WHO says coronavirus pandemic "not going away."