Democratic U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist is getting divorced less than nine years after becoming the first governor in 42 years to get married while in office
A man has been charged with murder in what some witnesses described as a racially motivated shooting at a crowded suburban Kansas City bar that left one Indian man dead and two other men hospitalized
A gleaming new Trump International Hotel and Tower that rises above the Vancouver skyline has divided a city famous for its natural beauty and diversity
A group of Montana landowners say federal environmental officials have botched a 34-year environmental cleanup, and they want a shot at removing the toxic metals from their yards their way
Mike Isaac, New York Times tech reporter, and Gene Munster, Loup Ventures founder, discuss the headlines swirling around Uber this week including being sued by Alphabet's Waymo and allegations of bad company culture.
Today's most important tech stories include Spotify's debut of three exclusive podcasts, Amazon's first amendment fight and the FCC's first attempt to chip away at net neutrality.
From The New York Times: The silver-haired host of ‘‘Anderson Cooper 360°’’ on CNN, whose book ‘‘The Rainbow Comes and Goes’’ recently came out in paperback, sketched his answers with a pen in his New York office.By: By GABÉ DOPPELT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2lDdlyB
"It’s time for all Americans to get off of welfare and get back to work," he said during his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. "You’re going to love it."
Fmr. National Security Advisor to George W. Bush, Stephen Hadley, and Amb. Martin Indyk join Morning Joe to discuss a new bipartisan report on national security.
President Donald Trump brought two dozen manufacturing CEOs to the White House on Thursday and declared their collective commitment to restoring factory jobs lost to foreign competition
Shots were fired during a criminal investigation at an intersection in a Washington, D.C., neighborhood, leaving one man dead and two police officers wounded, authorities said
New Jersey environmental regulators on Friday approved a hotly contested plan to run a natural gas pipeline through a federally protected forest preserve amid raucous protests that included drums, tambourines and choruses of "This Land Is Your Land."
Nevada officials are pressing ahead with a summer launch of recreational marijuana in spite of statements from the Trump administration implying an impending crackdown on the drug