Matthews comment deepens Sanders rift with MSNBC

Even before MSNBC's Chris Matthews drew a comparison between Bernie Sanders victory in the Nevada caucus last weekend to the Nazi takeover of France, the Democrat and his supporters weren't happy with the network

Judge Declines To Recuse Herself From Roger Stone…

Roger Stone's defense team asked the U.S. district judge to recuse herself, arguing she was "biased."

Vanessa Bryant Sues Over Deaths of Kobe, Gigi

Kobe Bryant didn't have to die, according to a new lawsuit filed by his widow. Vanessa Bryant is suing Island Express, the company that owned the helicopter the NBA star and his 13-year-old daughter were in when it crashed Jan. 26 in California, killing them and seven others on board....

Manatees pay kayakers a visit

Some kayakers on the Saint Johns River, near Orange City, Florida, received a special visit from some manatees on Feb. 24.

Famed coach Tuberville runs for Senate seat as an…

Former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville is stressing his status as a political outsider in his bid for U.S. Senate

One of the 'Hidden Figures' Has Died at Age 101

Katherine Johnson, the mathematician hired by NASA at its Langley Research Center in 1953 even as racially segregating Jim Crow laws were still widely used in Virginia, died Monday at age 101. The pioneering "human computer," who worked during the space race years to help Alan Shepard become the first...

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Trump's India visit puts pageantry over policy

The first day of President Donald Trump's visit to India was devoted enviable photo-ops: the largest rally of his presidency sandwiched between visits to a former home of independence leader Mohandas Gandhi and a sunset tour of the Taj Mahal. (Feb. 24)

Donald Trump Jr. receives permit to hunt Alaska…

The oldest son of President Donald Trump has received a permit to hunt and kill a grizzly bear in Alaska

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange's Extradition…

His lawyers argue that if he were extradited, Assange would be subject to a politically motivated sentence in the U.S.

Big Case for Famous Trail Hits the Supreme Court

Arguments in a big environmental case were being heard at the Supreme Court on Monday, a dispute that pits builders of an oil pipeline versus supporters of the Appalachian Trail. We won't get a decision for months, but the ruling has the potential to snarl not just the construction of...

Snowstorm to take aim at Chicago, Midwest

The storm could potentially bring the highest single snowfall accumulation of the season for the Windy City.

Fed's Mester says rate cut unnecessary to offset…

A Federal Reserve official says she does not see the need to cut interest rates yet

Dow Plummets on Coronavirus Fears

It's shaping up to be a brutal day on the stock market thanks to rising coronavirus fears . The Dow plunged more than 900 points in the opening minutes on Monday, before recovering a bit. At 9:40am, the index was down 778 points, or 2.6%. That follows similar drops...

Jussie Smollett back in court on new charges

Actor Jussie Smollett is back in court Monday on a new set of charges accusing him of lying to Chicago police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack last year. (Feb. 24)

Tennessee continues push for executions, setting…

Tennessee has set two new execution dates, just days after putting to death its seventh inmate in the past year-and-a-half

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Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty Of Rape, Criminal…

Weinstein was convicted on two of the five counts against him — criminal sexual act in the first degree and rape in the third degree.

Biden Needs a Win, and He May Get a Big…

Joe Biden is riding momentum from his second-place finish in Nevada as he heads into what Politico sees as a "must-win" state for him, South Carolina. It now appears that Biden will get the influential endorsement of longtime ally Rep. Jim Clyburn, the House majority whip. Clyburn will announce his...

What is St. Elmo's Fire?

It looks like lightning; it acts like lightning. Is it really lighting though? What is a St. Elmo's Fire?

Activists raise concerns about privacy of voting…

Election integrity activists are raising concerns about Georgia's new voting machines

Epstein Lawyers: Help, the Lights Are Going Out

Jeffrey Epstein once bought Caribbean islands and private jets with the flick of a pen. Now lawyers for his $600 million estate say checks are starting to bounce, the Miami Herald reports. On Thursday, they told the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands that liens placed by a local attorney...

Weinstein jury back to work with signs of split

Jurors at Harvey Weinstein's New York City rape trial are set to resume deliberations after signaling they are at odds on the top charges in the closely watched #MeToo case. (Feb. 24)

Disinfecting wipes, conference calls: Wall Street…

A handful of companies are rising to new highs even as stock markets around the world tumble on worries about a rapidly spreading virus

NYPD Says It Will Overhaul Its Rules For…

The NYPD plans to remove any DNA samples that are more than two years old and are no longer being used in investigations.

Missing Toddler Case Is 'Unlike Anything' Before

A missing-toddler case made headlines Friday when the girl's grandmother was pulled over in a reportedly stolen BMW, the Knoxville News-Sentinel reports. Angela Boswell, 42, and her companion William McCloud, 33, were arrested in North Carolina and charged with possessing stolen property. Whether this helps in finding Evelyn Boswell—a...

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Interstate 70 closed due to unsafe, snowy road…

Low visibility and heavy snow prompted officials to close Interstate 70 eastbound in Vail, Colorado, on Feb. 24.

Court awards $1.5M to Kansas man wrongfully…

A Kansas man who spent 23 years in prison for a double murder he did not commit was granted more than $1.5 million in compensation under the state's mistaken-conviction statute

Return of Infected Americans Angered One…

The decision to allow 14 Americans with coronavirus to return to the US from Japan last week has left President Trump furious. The president was especially upset that he wasn't briefed, the New York Times reports. He wants to be seen as in control of the US response to the...