President Trump continues attack on minority female congresswomen, House blocks bid to impeach the President, and Russians now own all your old photos.
House passes resolution condemning Trump tweets as racist, MS-13 gang members indicted after 'medieval-style' killing spree, and new clues on why women's Alzheimer's risk differs from men's.
President Trump doubles down as lawmakers blast his 'racist' attacks, three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field, and the most and least stressed cities in America.
President Trump goes on a racially charged tirade, Barry weakens to a tropical depression, and don't make these 6 common mistakes and do Amazon Prime Day right.
How to protect civil discourse in the workplace, how long can the U.S. Women keep going, and 11-year-old helps officer tie his shoelaces during Fourth of July parade.
Trump drops the effort to put a citizenship question on the census, Senator Ron Johnson on how to stem the tide of migrants at the border and why you're paying so much for avocados.
Gulf states brace for a potential hurricane, how the Biden campaign is trying to overcome early stumbles and the best and worst states in which to retire.
Census case judge rejects Trump plan to switch legal team, the political legacy of Ross Perot, and don't make these 3 mistakes when you turn on your air conditioning.
Politically connected Jeffrey Epstein indicted on federal sex-trafficking charges, rule requiring drug prices in TV ads blocked, and Ohio dog located four years after it went missing.
California tallies damage from quakes, Trump officials defend border conditions, and police pay for alleged shoplifter's stolen groceries instead of arresting her.
Does free college work, the secrets to not working on your summer vacation, and food safety tips.
North Korea says US 'hell-bent on hostile acts,' strongest earthquake to hit Southern California in 20 years rattles region, and MAD Magazine to stop publishing new content.
Independence Day - Don't get divorced because of Trump, Civil War battlefields lose ground as tourist draws, and things you didn't know about the Fourth of July.
U.S. drops citizenship question from census, Homeland Security report details poor conditions in border patrol stations, and how 'Stranger Things' whipped up '80s fever.
Iran rejects U.S. accusation it long violated nuclear deal, how Pete Buttigieg built a fundraising machine, and Germans are feeling the heat.
Will the meeting between Trump and Kim lead anywhere, the rise of the only child, and Las Vegas allows drivers to pay parking fines by donating school supplies.
Will fining parents be a deterrent to bullying, influx of women in Congress gives spouses club a makeover, and how to save money on your summer vacation.
Democrat hopefuls take center stage on 2nd night of debates, Supreme Court rulings hand victories and losses to both parties, and Women's World Cup rallies record audiences with an event and a cause.
Democratic debate bares divisions on health care, fight for the spotlight, migrant crisis at border intensifies as Senate passes aid bill, and enough with Hamilton, say fans of other Founding Fathers.
Robert Mueller to testify in open session, Democrats hit the debate stage tonight, and strange things we sent into space.