Latest News South Korea's Lawmakers Vote to Impeach Scandal-Hit President 2016-12-09T09:19:16.000000Z Prosecutors say Park colluded in the criminal activities of a longtime friend and confidant to manipulate government affairs and extort businesses. Fighter Pilot Who Ejected Near Japan Found Dead 2016-12-09T08:46:05.000000Z The jet suffered a mishap, prompting its pilot — identified Thursday as Capt. Jake Frederick — to eject, according to a news release from the Marines. Inmate Coughed and Heaved 13 Minutes Into Execution 2016-12-09T07:47:00.000000Z Ronald Bert Smith Jr. clenched his fists and raised his head at the beginning of the execution. The state's correction's chief said protocol was followed. Trump Spent $3M on Own Businesses in Campaign's Final Weeks 2016-12-09T06:49:12.000000Z Hillary Clinton outspent Trump by nearly $40 million in the final weeks of the 2016 presidential campaign. 3 Die in Michigan Pileup as Snow Socks Great Lakes 2016-12-09T05:44:07.000000Z Around 40 vehicles crashed on a highway in whiteout conditions in Livingston County, east of Lansing. Another wreck in Erie, Pa., injured several. Somali-American Lawmaker Called ISIS by D.C. Cab Driver 2016-12-09T04:26:32.000000Z When the young lawmaker visited the White House this week, what should have been an exciting afternoon for a novice politician, turned ugly, she says. Reno School Cop Didn't Need to Shoot Student: Family 2016-12-09T03:54:35.000000Z The superintendent praised the officer who shot a knife-wielding 14-year-old at Reno's Hug High for acting 'to protect the safety of our students.' Hatchimal Is Latest Toy Craze Taking Over America 2016-12-09T02:37:00.000000Z Toy hysteria is nothing new to the American consumer during the Christmas season. This year it's the 'Hatchimal.' Donald Trump to Stay Producer on 'The Apprentice' as POTUS 2016-12-09T01:53:00.000000Z President-elect Donald Trump will remain an executive producer on the reality television show "The Apprentice" even after takes office next month. 2016 Has Been Worst Year for Mumps in a Decade 2016-12-09T00:51:00.000000Z This mumps outbreak covers almost every U.S. state — 3,832 cases and counting — nearly triple the number seen in 2015.