The top prosecutor on Hawaii's Big Island says the sentencing of the father of a boy who vanished 20 years ago shows the state needs to do more to protect abused children
A U.S. official says federal investigators have concluded that an unusual rail design contributed to the death toll in a fiery commuter rail crash that killed six people in a New York City suburb in 2015
In today's roundup, more trailers than you can watch as Comic-Con closes its doors for the year. Plus Siri co-stars with Dwayne Johnson in new Apple commercial and Apple is sued over an iPhone 4S fire.
From The New York Times: The borders between Georgia and the disputed territory of South Ossetia are blurry. Georgians say the Russian military is using signs, fences and guard stations to take pieces of Georgian land, yard by yard,By: By SARAH STEIN KERR and MALACHY BROWNE. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tD0m7A
Climate change expert Joel Clement was reassigned to the accounting department in the U.S. Interior. Clement believes he was reassigned because of his views on climate change.
With the report that Sessions discussed campaign-related matters with a Russian official despite denials, Hugh Hewitt is suggesting the Attorney General should resign if the story is true.
President Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow tells Chuck “there was nothing illegal to cover up” about Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russians during the campaign. Plus, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) talks developments on the health care bill.
Ford Motor Company has hired a team of experts to help them eliminate the iconic "new car smell" for cars being sold in China. TC Newman has the story.
A Republican congressman says it's "absolutely repugnant" that the GOP-led Senate has failed to vote to dismantle Barack Obama's health care law and he is singling out "some female senators from the Northeast."
Authorities say accident reconstruction experts are now assisting with the investigation into a fatal crash outside a South Dakota nursing home
Rudy Giuliani tells CNN he believes Attorney General Jeff Sessions "made the right decision under the rules of the Justice Department" in recusing himself on the Russia investigation.