Century-old letter appears in Lincoln mail…

A Lincoln mail carrier faced an impossible task earlier this month when he found a letter sent more than 100 years ago in his pile

The Latest: Attorney forced to testify against…

A lawyer who once represented former Sheriff Joe Arpaio in a racial profiling case has testified that he had several meetings with Arpaio to discuss a court order that barred traffic patrols targeting immigrants

US lawyer: US entitled to seize Iran-tainted…

A U.S. government lawyer has told jurors that a monthlong trial has revealed the secret long-time owner of a Manhattan skyscraper: Iran

Should the cameras be on during the WH press…

Political panel debates the plan for the briefs

Philando Castile family reaches $3 million…

Trace Gallagher reports

'Like bombs': Bankrupt company's air bags still…

Takata's lethally defective air bags proved to be the company's undoing

Bombs found in Montana home linked to bank robberies

Montana authorities say they found improvised bombs in a home after a Montana man accused of shooting at a Kansas state trooper

Spicer Asked About Trump’s Latest Russia Stance…

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is asked to explain President Trump’s tweet that appeared to acknowledge Russian election interference. He also defends the President’s accusations against former President Obama.

Nintendo announces the SNES classic

For $80, you'll get 21 games, two controllers and a teeny, tiny console in September.

India and America: A love affair

Indians share their fondness for US music, culture, fast food - and President Donald Trump.

The New York Times - Supreme Court Takes On Trump…

From The New York Times: Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, explains the court’s decision to hear arguments on the legality of the Trump administration’s travel ban. The court also left part of the executive order in effect.By: By A.J. CHAVAR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2u9dTPN

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May: 'No Families…

British Prime Minister Theresa May tried Monday to reassure European Union citizens living in Britain that their lives and those of their family will not be disrupted when Britain leaves the EU in 2019.

Former Obama staffer discusses Russia and 2016

President Trump criticized the Obama White House's response to Russia's 2016 election interference. A new Atlantic piece by Julia Ioffe looks at what Obama could have done differently.

Obama struggled to punish Russia for election…

According to a new report by the Washington Post, President Obama debated for months on whether to punish Russia for their election attack.

Panel: Is Healthcare Overhaul About Politics or…

George Will, Helene Cooper, Mark Leibovich and Hallie Jackson join the MTP Panel to discuss the Senate's newly unveiled healthcare draft.

Federal review debunks Georgia election hack accusation

The Department of Homeland Security says allegations that the federal government tried to hack Georgia's election systems are unfounded

Boston visitors hurt in New Orleans attack; 1 hospitalized

Two men from the Boston area were hospitalized after being knocked to the sidewalk and robbed over the weekend in New Orleans' French Quarter

Judge won't disqualify colleague from abortion video case

A U.S. District Court judge has rejected an attempt to disqualify a fellow judge from a lawsuit over secret video recordings by an anti-abortion group

Germany's Merkel doesn't tweet, but checks Trump on Twitter

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she doesn't really do Twitter, but sometimes visits the site to check out what U.S. President Donald Trump has to say

Philando Castile's family reaches $3M settlement…

The mother of a black motorist killed by a Minnesota police officer has reached a nearly $3 million settlement with the city that employed the officer

Rabbi, several others arrested in public benefits…

Authorities: New Jersey rabbi and his wife and 3 other couples charged in a conspiracy to defraud Medicaid and other public assistance programs of over $1 million

The Latest: California levee breaks force water…

Federal officials are reducing flows from a Central California dam into the Kings River following levee breaks

Seattle's minimum wage hike causing workers to…

Dan Springer has more on the study