Lawrence Jones not confident in GOP getting tax…

'Outnumbered's' One Lucky Guy says senators aren't feeling the heat like they should.

Jimmy Carter comes to President Trump’s defense

President Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, came to President Trump’s defense in a recent interview. From North Korea, to racial tensions at home and the NFL national anthem controversy, Carter says Trump is often mistreated by the media.

The Latest: Lawyer says shooter was unaware he…

The attorney for a Mexican man accused of fatally shooting a woman on a San Francisco pier says his client is not criminally responsible because he did not know that the object he had in his hand was a gun

States to ask judge to keep health subsidies that…

The top lawyers for 19 states want a federal judge to force President Donald Trump's administration to pay health care subsidies that he abruptly cut off

Wrongful conviction no surprise to Kansas black…

The poor black community of Kansas City, Kansas, is outraged but not surprised by the official wrongdoing that led to the conviction of a man who spent 23 years in prison for a double murder he didn't commit

IS came with a hit list, left Syria town in a…

Syrian activists: Bodies of dozens of civilians found in town retaken by government troops, many believed killed by IS

Average US gas price falls a nickel to $2.51 for regular

The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline fell a nickel nationally over the past two weeks to $2.51

This economics professor has studied over 30,000…

Economics professor Sean Wise says there's five key ingredients to turning a business into a success.

Apple, Samsung heading back to court over patent…

Read the CNET News article here: Will it ever end? A judge orders a new trial to determine how much Samsung owes Apple for infringing three patents.

Fighting a deadly banana disease

Scientists in Australia are using genetic engineering to try and save the world's banana industry.

The New York Times - Scenes From a D.E.A. Drug…

From The New York Times: This surveillance footage, which is being published for the first time, shows what happened in 2012 when four civilians were killed during a drug interdiction operation carried out by the D.E.A. and local law enforcement. Mattathias Schwartz, a journalist working with ProPublica, narrates as two boats collide and gunfire erupts.By: By NATALIE RENEAU and MATTATHIAS SCHWARTZ. Watch the original video on Times Video:

Cub Scout Asks Colorado State Senator Questions…

A Colorado Cub Scout was booted from his den last week after asking a state Senator tough questions on several sensitive topics, including gun control.

Conservatives and Bannon seek revenge in Miss…

Jeremy Peters reports on Chris McDaniel, who is expected to run again for Senate after a loss in 2014, and the influence Steve Bannon has on mounting insurgent campaigns against establishment GOP.

Matthews: 50 years ago, the march on the Pentagon

Chris was there for the march with a crowd of over 70,000 protesting the war in Vietnam.

Graham: Terrorism Fight in Africa Will Go on for…

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) speak with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press. Thomas Friedman, Helene Cooper, Robert Costa and Danielle Pletka join the panel. Female Senators tell their personal stories of harassment in the work place.

Creepy Crawlers Could One Day Treat Lung Cancer

The fluid from these earthworms has been shown to destroy lung cancer cells in the lab, according to Polish researchers. Buzz60's Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

EPA keeps scientists from speaking about report…

The Environmental Protection Agency has canceled the appearance of three scientists at an event on Monday in Rhode Island about a report, which deals in part with climate change

7-year-old Massachusetts boy attacked, killed by 2 pit bulls

A Massachusetts school community is mourning the loss of a 7-year-old student who was attacked and killed by two pit bulls over the weekend

Judge: Battery suspect can attend pregnant victim's delivery

An Arkansas judge says a man charged with punching his pregnant fiancée in the abdomen must stay away from her for now _ but can be present when she delivers their child

Red light, green light: New cop car can trip traffic signals

The Philadelphia Police Department is getting a new fleet of patrol vehicles that include a feature any motorist stuck at a stoplight would envy: the ability to change traffic signals to green

Houston, Los Angeles gearing up for World Series…

Jared Max previews the World Series from Dodgers Stadium.

Vietnam War Army medic to receive Medal of Honor

Former Green Beret credited with saving dozens of lives during secret mission; Kristin Fisher sits down with Retired Army Capt. Gary Michael Rose