AP Top Stories October 21

AP Top Stories October 21

Here are the top stories for Monday, October 21st: US may now keep some troops in Syria; Settlement reached in opioids lawsuit; Texas gov. delcares disaster in 16 counties; "Zombies" take over Florida Keys.
1min
Associated Press

More Shows by Associated Press

Indiana teachers rally for higher pay

Indiana teachers rally for higher pay

Thousands of teachers wearing red surrounded the Indiana Statehouse for a rally calling for further increasing teacher pay in the biggest such protest in the state amid a wave of educator activism across the country.
1min
Trump slams impeachment hearings: 'kangaroo court'

Trump slams impeachment hearings: 'kangaroo court'

Trump slams impeachment hearings: 'kangaroo court'
3mins
Bringing back Blue

Bringing back Blue

Joshua Dela Cruz swaps Broadway's "Aladdin" for a bright blue puppy, as host of the new reboot of pre-school TV favorite, "Blue's Clues & You!"
DC zoo sends Bei Bei the panda back to China

DC zoo sends Bei Bei the panda back to China

The adorable panda cub Bei Bei said goodbye to his home at The Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Tuesday, and headed for his new home in China.
1min
Vindman: It was my duty to report 'improper' call

Vindman: It was my duty to report 'improper' call

A key National Security Council witness testifying before the House impeachment hearings said he knew "without hesitation" that he had to report President Donald Trump's July 25th call with the president of Ukraine, which he called "improper."
3mins
Season of 'self-awareness' for Lady Antebellum

Season of 'self-awareness' for Lady Antebellum

Country trio Lady Antebellum said their new record “Ocean” was inspired by a season of self-awareness for the band members that led them to open up more to each other.
The Who: Our new album 'sounds great'

The Who: Our new album 'sounds great'

The Who receive the first stone on Camden's Music Walk of Fame, ahead of new "Who" album and singer Roger Daltrey's voice op.
Vindman stresses his 'American story' in testimony

Vindman stresses his 'American story' in testimony

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who came to the U.S. from the Soviet Union as a child, told House lawmakers that describing President Donald Trump's July phone call with Ukraine's president as 'improper' would not be tolerated in many other countries.
1min