The Nevada caucuses officially begin Saturday, but a massive number of voters has turned out already for early participation. Because the demographics of the diverse state more closely resemble those of the Democratic Party overall, this contest is attracting particular…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including how the Las Vegas debate changed the 2020 Democratic race, new reports of Russian election interference and President Trump’s…
The fallout from a major cheating scandal in Major League Baseball continues. After investigators found that the Houston Astros used an elaborate sign-stealing scheme in 2017, when they won the World Series, members of the team's front office were disciplined.
By Gene Johnson, Associated Press
In an emailed statement, the company said it would notify the Department of Homeland Security that it does not consent to unwarranted searches on its buses or in areas of terminals that are not open to the general public.
By Ken Sweet, Stefanie Dazio, Associated Press
The $3 billion will settle criminal and civil investigations into a long-running practice whereby company employees opened millions of unauthorized bank accounts in order to meet unrealistic sales goals.
By Associated Press
The Vermont senator issued a statement immediately after the Washington Post reported U.S. officials have told Sanders that Russia was trying to help his campaign. The statement did not confirm the report.
By Tom Hays, Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
In a note sent to the judge, jurors asked if it were permissible for them to be hung on two counts of predatory sexual assault while reaching a unanimous verdict on other charges.
By Ben Fox, Associated Press
U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell is the nation's new acting top intelligence official, but he's expected to have only a short-term tenure. Rep. Doug Collins, who was being considered for the post, said he's not interested.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
Trump has outlined a new $1 trillion plan for spending on roads, rails, water systems and other infrastructure. He is proposing to rely fully on federal spending.
By Ronald Blum, Associated Press
The request for damages is part of the team's gender discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation.
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