Sen. Hirono: Where is your compassion?

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) gave a personal plea on the Senate floor against the GOP's "skinny" Obamacare repeal, asking her colleagues "Where is the care you showed me when I was diagnosed with my illness?"

Report says ex-director mismanaged Illinois…

State investigators say the former head of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services improperly awarded a no-bid contract to a person with whom he co-owned property

83-year-old woman, her son charged in…

An 83-year-old New Hampshire woman and her 63-year-old son have been charged in a murder-for-hire plot involving his ex-wife.

A cold look at slavery now a part of some…

Old South grandeur, leavened with a cold look at slavery: Stories of the enslaved are a growing part of plantation tours

Geraldo Rivera: 'Skinny' repeal was bogus and a…

Fox News roaming correspondent-at-large discusses the ObamaCare overhaul defeat

Witness in Robert Durst case backs off bombshell…

Star witness admits under cross examination that she couldn't be sure where Robert Durst was at the time of Susan Berman's murder; reaction from former federal prosecutors Fred Tecce and Doug Burns

Germany: 1 dead, 4 wounded in knife attack at…

Police say a man with a knife fatally stabbed one person at a supermarket in Hamburg and wounded another four as he fled

No bail reduction in California crash recorded on Instagram

A teenage driver accused of causing a crash that killed her younger sister while livestreaming on Instagram will remain in jail after a California judge refused to lower bail

The iPod Era Is Ending

Recently, Apple discontinued the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, putting an end to the iPod era.

Why you need a password manager

By now, you know you should be using unique passwords. Make it easy and painless with a password manager.

Watch McCain topple Trump's healthcare bill

John McCain voted against repealing the Obama-era healthcare law. But did you see everything else going on in the chamber?

The New York Times - What Is the Health Care…

From The New York Times: Jonathan Weisman, deputy Washington editor for The Times, explains the voting and amendment process that the bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act must go through next.By: By A.J. CHAVAR and DREW JORDAN. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2u2CXaH

Why Scaramucci can't afford a Failure Friday

Stephanie Ruhle and Ari Melber discuss the release of Anthony Scaramucci's finances and why he needs to sell SkyBridge Capital.

US: NKorea launch was an intercontinental ballistic missile

A Pentagon spokesman says the US believes the missile launched by North Korea was an ICBM

Court says Flint residents can sue Michigan over bad water

A federal appeals court says Flint residents who used lead-contaminated water can pursue constitutional claims against Michigan and city officials

Activists want broader probe of man shot in back by police

Civil rights activists and clergy in Philadelphia say they want a broader investigation of the fatal police shooting of a black man last month amid conflicting accounts of the killing

Trump appealed to a troubled heartland

CNN Special Report "Why Trump Won" with host Fareed Zakaria explores how Donald Trump connected with voters and took the White House after the polls and pundits got it wrong on Monday, July 31, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Laurene Powell Jobs, Steve Jobs' widow, buys The Atlantic

Philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, Apple founder Steve Jobs' widow, has bought a majority stake in The Atlantic magazine

Trump went from Manhattan outsider to the…

Explore how Donald Trump tapped into voter frustration and took on the Washington establishment to win the White House on the CNN Special Report "Why Trump Won," airing Monday, July 31, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Ivanka Trumps has private lunch with UN chief…

President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka is visiting the United Nations for a private lunch with Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

Shkreli portrayed as con, prodigy at securities…

Former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli is being portrayed both as a swindler by the government and as a well-meaning prodigy by his lawyers on the second day of closing arguments at his securities fraud trial

The Latest: Chief says slain officer was trying…

A police chief says one of his officers had no reason to suspect he was in danger before he was fatally shot while trying to help two people inside an overturned car on a busy Indianapolis street

Slain Green Beret's father believes killer did…

Brian McEnroe speaks out on 'America's Newsroom' on son Kevin McEnroe's murder by Jordanian soldier