White House briefing is on camera today: Follow live
For the first time in awhile, Sean Spicer will hold an on-camera White House press briefing. You can watch it live and follow the biggest moments here.
Army's Redstone Arsenal on lockdown for 'possible active shooter'
The US Army's Redstone Arsenal post in Huntsville, Alabama, is on lockdown because of a "possible active shooter," the facility's Twitter account said Tuesday.
People really love eating at Olive Garden
Darden Restaurants, the owner of Olive Garden, continues to post strong sales.
Scottish government shelves plans for second independence referendum
Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon has announced she is shelving plans for a second independence referendum until Brexit negotiations end.
Here's where Republican senators stand on the health care bill
Senate Republicans rolled out their health care plan Thursday, and within hours the bill was already on shaky ground.
How to protect your retirement savings from a crash
What goes up must come down, and after years of a steadily improving stock market, it's only a matter of time before the tides turn and the market falls once again. Here's how to protect yourself when the market inevitably takes a turn for the worse.
After Castile verdict, what comes next?
David A. Love writes that a recent panel he moderated on race, community, and policing in Atlanta offers some insights for how to take positive steps forward.
Your bottom line: The Senate's health care bill, Trump's job promises and money advice for wedding season
Health care legislation is still a work in progress, while the jury's still out on Trump's job claims. But so far it's not looking good.
Hillary Clinton hits Trump's budget cuts in Chicago
Hillary Clinton told librarians Tuesday that they are on the front lines of "the fight to defend truth and reason, evidence and fact."
Europe, Ukraine targeted in massive hack attack
Hackers have launched blistering attacks on Tuesday against companies and agencies across Europe, but particularly focused on Ukraine.
Nancy Pelosi can't be beaten
In the wake of Jon Ossoff's special election loss a week ago, calls began, again, within some corners of the Democratic caucus that it was time for Nancy Pelosi to step aside as the highest ranking House Democrat.
Serena Williams on becoming a mom: 'It just doesn't seem real'
Serena Williams is still wrapping her head around her own pregnancy.
US lists China as among worst human trafficking offenders
A new US State Department report lists China as among the worst offenders for human trafficking, joining countries including Russia, Syria and Iran on the lowest rung of the annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.
Half of Americans are spending their entire paycheck (or more)
Nearly half of Americans say their expenses are equal to or greater than their income. And for young people, it's over half.
Qatari foreign minister and Tillerson to meet for first time amid Gulf crisis
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will meet with his Qatari counterpart Tuesday, three weeks after the start of an embargo on the small US ally.
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Brazil prosecutors charge President Michel Temer with corruption
Brazilian prosecutors have filed criminal charges of "passive corruption" against President Michel Temer, a state-run news agency reports.
What's streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu in July
Claim your Independence from the summer doldrums.
How the UK's tower block crisis has spread in one graphic
Fears over fire safety have spread across the UK since a deadly blaze engulfed Grenfell Tower in west London earlier this month.
'Bachelor in Paradise's' DeMario Jackson claims Olympios was the 'aggressor'
DeMario Jackson spoke out for the first time about what happened between him and Corinne Olympios on "Bachelor in Paradise."
Why TV's 'gong' big on game shows
Where game shows were once a garnish to the summer TV lineup, this year, networks are playing hard for attention from lovers of lighthearted TV.
Syfy eyes 'Tremors' TV series starring Kevin Bacon
After fighting for her daughter's life, mom fears GOP health care bill
Charlie Wood was born three months early, and has lingering health issues. Her mom fears the proposed Republican health care plans could "snatch" her future away from her.
Surfing, falconry and other summer vacation pursuits
Summer vacations for adults: Whether you're mountain biking, painting or building a boat, these summer activities are so fun they won't feel like learning.
Refugees: We thought America valued diversity
As the courts debate the legality of President Donald Trump's travel ban against six majority-Muslim countries, refugees living in the US speak out.
How Trump tried to woo one 'no' senator: Talking about his voters
With the Senate health care bill barely hanging by a thread, President Donald Trump is trying to woo GOP lawmakers who have deep reservations about the bill
Something very interesting happened on the Senate steps Monday night
On Monday night, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and Georgia Rep. John Lewis walked from the House side of the US Capitol to the steps in front of the Senate. There, with Booker live-streaming on his Facebook page, they started talking about the health care bill the Senate is currently debating. Three and a half hours later, in front of a cheering crowd numbering more than 100, Booker brought the whole thing to an end by insisting "this is a moral moment ... this is not a political moment."
DNA solves ancient animal riddle that Darwin couldn't
After the last of its kind died out 12,000 years ago, an animal that managed to stump Charles Darwin is finally being added to the tree of life.
Most 2014 World Cup head impacts didn't receive concussion protocols, study says
During the 2014 World Cup, only 15% of the 81 head collisions among players received a concussion assessment from health care personnel, according to a new report.
IMF cuts U.S. growth outlook, cites uncertainty around Trump policies
The International Monetary Fund cut its growth forecast for the United States, citing uncertainty surrounding the Trump administration's economic policies.