Is Oprah mulling a 2020 presidential run?

Talk show icon Oprah Winfrey says in a Bloomberg interview that she may be open to a presidential run in 2020.

Real woman seeks donations to counter 'Real women…

A North Carolina woman is raising money to pay for a new billboard to counter one criticized as sexist and misogynistic

Sharing some food is off the table in Connecticut…

School officials in a Connecticut town are criticizing new restrictions on lunchroom "share tables."

The Latest: Illinois begins cleanup after deadly…

Communities across Illinois are cleaning up from a deadly storm system that blew through the state and much of the Midwest

Trump set to sign EPA water regulation roll-back

Strategy Room: David Mercer and Brad Blakeman on President Trump's signing of EPA executive orders on clean water

Breakfast with 'Friends': A passionate…

Abby Huntsman talks with diners in Washington, D.C.

German Parliament goes offline but hacking not suspected

German media say the country's Parliament has been offline for hours but that hacking is not suspected

The Latest: Baltimore Gun Trace unit stole money, drugs

Seven Baltimore police officers who worked together on a firearms crime task force are charged with stealing money, property and narcotics from people over two years

Here are the most creative resumes we've ever seen

These job seekers didn't just write up resumes, they made introductions that can't be ignored.

The future of Netflix is lightning-quick streaming

Reed Hastings gives insights into what to expect from the streaming service -- like the end of buffering.

Surgeon Returns to Syria to Find Sick Baby

British surgeon David Nott went back to Syria to find an injured baby he helped.

The New York Times - Milan Fashion Week in 60…

From The New York Times: T Magazine's market director, Malina Joseph Gilchrist, recaps the fall/winter 2017 collections from Milan.By: By JORDAN FULLER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2m8GGTT

Amid Protests, Trump's Sons Open a New Trump…

President Donald Trump’s calls for unity from within the U.S. hasn't stopped protesters in Canada from descending upon his latest hotel and condominium opening.

McCaskill: I hope last night was a new beginning

Sens. Claire McCaskill and Joe Manchin discuss President Trump's address, what he got wrong and if he succeeded on any fronts.

Google's New Robot is Basically 'The Terminator…

Google-owned company Boston Dynamics is known for making slick robots, and their latest is no exception. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Former ABC News employees urge strong stand…

Former correspondents, executives and producers at ABC News call on the network's current management to take a strong stand against efforts by President Trump to curtain press access

Fact sheet: 2017 Toyota Prius Prime

Fact sheet: 2017 Toyota Prius Prime

US construction spending drops 1 percent in January

US construction spending drops 1 percent in January, led by large cut in government projects

Toyota adds most fuel-efficient Prius

For 2017, Toyota has added its most fuel-efficient Prius ever: a plug-in gasoline-electric hybrid called Prius Prime that can travel up to 640 miles on a full electric charge and a single tank of fuel

NASA's 'Hidden Figures' transformed into Legos

A fan-fueled Lego idea led to five women pioneers of the NASA space program becoming immortalized in a space-defying Lego set.

Twitter adds more safety tools, will curb abusive…

Twitter is announcing more new tools intended to curb abuse, part of an ongoing effort to protect its users from hate and harassment

Ryan Zinke confirmed as interior secretary

The Senate voted to confirm Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke to lead the Department of the Interior.

NTSB launches probe into plane crash that killed…

A National Transportation Safety Board investigator says the agency will look into the "man, the machine and the environment" as it investigates a plane crash in Massachusetts

Hershey expects to cut 15 percent of global…

Hershey says it expects to cut its global workforce by about 15 percent, with the reductions coming mostly from hourly employees outside the United States