Gunman captured after shooting 2 people at a New Hampshire church wedding; Eliud Kipochoge breaks marathon barrier with race completed in under 2 hours.
Donald Trump is facing a new round of bipartisan backlash over his decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from northern Syria. Lawmakers are expected to introduce legislation this week to address the crisis. Additionally, new revelations in the impeachment inquiry could put the president on the defensive
The U.S. plans to withdraw 1,000 troops from northern Syria. Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that it's "very smart not to be involved in the intense fighting." Turkish soldiers are attacking Kurdish fighters, who helped the U.S. combat ISIS. It's estimated 130,000 people have been displaced due to violence
Tyler Skaggs, the Los Angeles Angels pitcher who died this summer, was reportedly given drugs by a team employee. Skaggs was found dead in a Texas hotel in July. An autopsy found opioids in his system. According to ESPN, an Angels public relations representative told federal agents he gave Skaggs oxycodone and watched him snort drugs the night before he died.
A suspected gunman was arrested Saturday night after opening fire inside a church in New Hampshire. It happened during a wedding ceremony in Pelham. Police say the man arrived and began shooting after the ceremony started. At least two people were shot. Guests tackled the suspect and held him until police arrived.