Vanessa Romo

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A daytime TV departure: Ryan Seacrest is leaving 'Live with Kelly and Ryan'

Thursday, February 16, 2023

Seacrest told audiences he's leaving the seat beside his "work wife" on the morning show after six years and handing the job over to Kelly Ripa's real husband, Mark Consuelos.


Southwest's COO will tell senators 'we messed up' over the holiday travel meltdown

Wednesday, February 08, 2023

NPR obtained Chief Operating Officer Andrew Watterson's prepared testimony for his scheduled appearance before a Senate committee to discuss what led to thousands of flights being canceled.


Elián González nearly became an American. Now, he's poised to become a Cuban lawmaker

Wednesday, February 08, 2023

Nearly 23 years after being ripped from a relative's home in Miami, González has been nominated to become a member of the communist country's parliament.


An Airline Passengers' Bill of Rights seeks to make flying feel more humane

Tuesday, February 07, 2023

The meltdowns that recently brought flights to a halt have prompted lawmakers to draft new rules for airlines. The changes would give travelers at least $1,350 if bumped from an overbooked flight.


More than 3,400 people have died after earthquakes hammer Turkey and Syria

Monday, February 06, 2023

A powerful earthquake rocked southeastern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday, killing more than 3,400 people and injuring thousands more. Hundreds of families are still trapped.


Yale honors the work of a 9-year-old Black girl whose neighbor reported her to police

Friday, February 03, 2023

Bobbi Wilson went on a mission to save New Jersey's trees, capturing spotted lanternflies. That frightened her neighbor, who called the cops. Now, her bug collection is part of a Yale museum.


A Philadelphia Eagles player is indicted on rape and kidnapping charges

Wednesday, February 01, 2023

Josh Sills, a reserve offensive lineman for the Super Bowl-headed team, was indicted in Ohio on Tuesday. The charges stem from an alleged 2019 incident, when Sills was still in college.


Here's what we know about the Monterey Park shooting victims

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

The families of the 11 people who died in the attack at the Star Ballroom Dance Studio are sharing memories of their loved ones.


At least 18 dead in 3 days after mass shootings in California devastate 2 communities

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

The shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay, two towns just hundreds of miles apart in California, share devastating similarities.


A man suspected of shooting 3 people at a Washington convenience store is found dead

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Three people were shot minutes apart in Yakima, Wash., at a Circle K gas station. The suspect then borrowed a phone from a bystander, who later reported hearing him confess to the killings.


His dog was dying, and he needed help. He says he ended up swindled by George Santos

Sunday, January 22, 2023

Rich Osthoff told NPR that Santos — who went by Anthony Devolder — set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the veteran's dog in 2016. Santos never delivered the cash. The dog died months later.


Maine newspaper apologizes for running a redacted version of 'I Have a Dream' speech

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Critics of the Bangor Daily News said the redacted version promotes a whitewashed and sanitized version of Martin Luther King Jr. that does not convey his radical views and work as an activist.


A gray whale gave birth as a whale watching tour looked on

Friday, January 06, 2023

The crew and passengers aboard the whale watching boats have described it as a once in a lifetime moment. Lucky for you, it was caught on video!


Abortion pills should be easier to get. That doesn't mean that they will be

Thursday, January 05, 2023

Changes by the FDA mean patients won't have to schedule in-person exams to get a prescription. That opens the door for more pharmacies to provide the medication. But not everyone will have access.


Homeward Bound! Dog, found 1,600 miles away, will be home for Christmas

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

The German shepherd mix went missing in October 2021. Now, the friendly pooch is on a cross-country road trip from Kansas to California, back to the family who adopted him as an abandoned puppy.


U.S. Postal Service honors the late civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis with a stamp

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

The civil rights icon spent nearly 60 years in public service, including more than three decades representing the Atlanta area. Now, the USPS is paying homage to his years of work.


McDonald's franchise owners are caught violating child labor laws

Wednesday, December 07, 2022

Santonastasso Enterprises broke the law when more than a 100 teens were asked to work too many hours or too many late shifts, according to the Department of Labor.


The long-lost remains of the last known Tasmanian tiger have been found in a cupboard

Tuesday, December 06, 2022

The skeleton and skin of what is believed to be the last Tasmanian tiger have been stashed away in a cupboard at a museum in Tasmania, where experts lost track of the bizarre looking creature.


On Red Cup Day, thousands of Starbucks workers go on strike

Thursday, November 17, 2022

Hardcore Starbucks fans eagerly await the day the coffee company gives out limited-edition holiday cups. The union organizing Starbucks workers hope those same customers will help support their cause.


A California man says a meteor may have set his home ablaze. Scientists are skeptical

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Witnesses saw a "flaming basketball" streaking across the sky, then heard a loud crash, then Dustin Procita's house went up in flames. But that may be a coincidence, not the fire's cause.