4 more Zika cases, likely homegrown, found in Texas

The four people who were later diagnosed reported becoming ill between Nov. 29 and Dec. 1. Health officials believe they acquired the infections in the area before mosquito control efforts intensified following the initial case.

Wisconsin recount goes ahead, judge mulls Pennsylvania case

U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond in Philadelphia said he will rule Monday on the recount bid by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein in Pennsylvania, where Republican Donald Trump won, beating Democrat Hillary Clinton by about 44,000 votes.

Obama orders review of election hacking

U.S. intelligence officials have accused Russia of trying to interfere in last month’s election by hacking into Democratic officials’ email accounts.

Dylann Roof laughed during church slaying confession to FBI

“Uh, I did it,” Roof said in a video recording of the questioning, which was played for the public for first time Friday at his death penalty trial. “I killed them,” Roof said. As he talked more, he chuckled and said, “Well, I killed them, I guess.”

2nd officer shot in Georgia dies after suspect found dead

Officer Jody Smith initially clung to life after being gravely wounded Wednesday when the university officer went to help his friend, Americus Officer Nicholas Smarr, respond to a domestic dispute call at an apartment in rural Americus, about 130 miles south of Atlanta.