The Latest: Ruling: No evidence that execution…

A court transcript shows a federal judge ruled that there wasn't enough evidence that an Arkansas execution amounted to inhumane torture

Police: Captive woman found in pit in man's…

Police say an Ohio man with mental health problems kidnapped a neighbor and kept her trapped in a small grave-like pit in his backyard shed, where her cries for help alerted other people living nearby and led to her rescue

Illinois board terminates Hastert's state…

An Illinois retirement board is terminating the pension that imprisoned former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert receives for his service in the Illinois General Assembly

Washington works on unifying strategy towards…

Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer on how the US and its allies can approach the Kim regime

Legal showdown over Coulter's scrapped speech at…

Conservative students see discrimination, administrators insist they are responding to safety concerns

Belarus march against nuclear power on Chernobyl…

About 400 people have marched in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, to mark the anniversary of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster and protest the construction of a nuclear plant in Belarus

Woman on Texas death row loses appeal

Texas' highest criminal court has refused an appeal from Kimberly Cargill, an East Texas woman on death row for the slaying seven years ago of her developmentally disabled baby sitter

Big blimp dreams: Sergey Brin's secret airship

The Google co-founder is said to be building a blimp-like aircraft at a NASA hanger.

Why is Trump threatening Canada over milk?

President Trump has slapped tariffs on Canadian lumber - now he's going after their dairy farmers. Why?

The New York Times - How Syria and Russia Spun a…

From The New York Times: A New York Times investigation shows how Syria and its main partner, Russia, have distorted the facts surrounding the chemical weapons attack on Khan Sheikhoun.By: By MALACHY BROWNE, NATALIE RENEAU and MARK SCHEFFLER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2q4cYz4

Body Camera Footage Captures Police Officer…

Body camera footage was released by the Connecticut Hamden Police Department

Poll: Younger voters are losing faith in…

Millennials’ approval of President Trump and political institutions is at an all-time low, according to a new Harvard survey.

Matthews: I want Trump to genuflect to the fact…

Chris Matthews ponders how President Trump rose to fame and the Presidency.

Rubio: Trump 'Dealing With the Reality of Being…

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Your Dog Can 'Catch' Your Emotions

Dogs can match their owners' emotions in what's known as "emotional contagion," according to new research. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Justices seem to favor limits on revoking US citizenship

The Supreme Court seems ready to impose limits on when the government can strip an immigrant of U.S. citizenship for lying during the naturalization process

UC Berkeley braces for violence if Ann Coulter…

The University of California, Berkeley says it's preparing for possible violence on campus whether Ann Coulter comes to speak or not

Mnuchin: Trump has 'no intention' of releasing…

The U.S. treasury secretary says President Donald Trump "has no intention" of releasing his taxes returns to the public

The Latest: Delaware trooper shot, gunman got away

A witness says he saw a gunman fire shots at a Delaware state trooper who was already lying on the ground

FCC chief lays out attack on 'net neutrality…

Internet companies are readying for a showdown with a Republican-controlled government over threats to net neutrality, a key issue for them and their users

Yale grad students pledge hunger strike to press union bid

As a union push stalls at Yale University, organizers are stepping up pressure to bring the administration to the negotiating table

Suspended Alabama chief justice Moore running for…

Suspended Alabama Chief Justice and gay marriage opponent Roy Moore says he is running for U.S. Senate

Those caught up in 1992 LA riot reflect on causes…

Twenty-five years ago, a jury acquitted four white police officers in the beating of black motorist Rodney King in what was one of the first violent police-civilian confrontations captured on video