U.S. says N. Korea behind hacking

The Trump administration says computer malware tied to the North Korean government has been targeting U.S. infrastructure and aerospace, financial and media companies for at least nine years to steal information and remotely manipulate networks.

U.S. not backing down with China

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the U.S. will continue to confront China over the militarization of man-made islands in the South China Sea.

Falling tree kills two journalists

North Carolina’s governor urges caution as rains from a subtropical depression spread into his and other Southern states, noting the deaths of two broadcast journalists killed by a falling tree as they reported on the severe weather associated with Alberto.

Students take action on guns

Students across the country are registering young voters in lunchrooms, hallways and even at upcoming graduation ceremonies in a week of activism aimed at electing lawmakers who support gun reforms in response to school shootings.

Palin son to get treatment

The eldest son of former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will go through Alaska’s therapeutic court system and receive mental health treatment in a criminal case accusing him of assaulting his father last year at the family home.