Following allegations of sexual misconduct against Charlie Rose, CBS has suspended and removed Mr. Rose from their morning news show and PBS has stopped distribution of his show. Rose issued an apology but asserted that some of the allegations were false.
In Tulsa, Okla., philanthropist George Kaiser is mounting one of the most ambitious efforts in the US to help the poor.
Oklahoma's rate of incarcerating women is the highest in the US and more than double the average. Pushback is coming from reformers who decry the destabilizing effect on families, as well as fiscal conservatives alarmed by the rocketing prison bill.
After Sen. Susan Collins (R) of Maine, whose vote is crucial, said that health care reform should be dealt with separately from the tax code, the White House may scrap its attempt repeal a component of the Affordable Care Act by attaching it to tax reform.
As President Trump fills out the remaining gaps in his administration, a theme is emerging: experienced members of former President George W. Bush's team. Critics say this runs counter to his promise to shake things up in Washington.
Christie's auction house sold the famous painting of Christ for a record-breaking amount. The only privately owned da Vinci, the painting has been roughly handled in the past, including an extensive restoration process, which some critics feel hurts its authenticity.
The Republican Governors Association is ready to talk strategy in Austin, Texas this week, preparing for the 2018 election cycle when 36 governorships will be up for election.
A gunman in a California who shot 14 people, killing four, went to multiple locations. But he failed to enter an elementary school that had responded quickly to gunshots by putting the school in lockdown.
Senate Republicans under pressure from President Trump launch another attack on the Affordable Care Act by including a repeal of the individual mandate in the upcoming Senate tax bill. Eliminating the mandate would save an estimated $338 billion over a decade.
In 2010, a Russian nuclear agency purchased a controlling interest in Uranium One, a Canada-based mining firm. US officials, including the State Department under Hillary Clinton, reviewed the deal.