Authorities say a truck driver was killed when powerful winds upended his tractor-trailer on an Oklahoma interstate, while three storm chasers died in a collision as they raced toward a tornado-warned storm in West Texas
Two former aides to Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday for their roles in the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal
Former U.S. Sen. Jim Webb from Virginia announced that he will not accept a Naval Academy Alumni Association award because of recent protests from other alumni
Italy's parliament has given final approval to a law outlining comprehensive standards of care for unaccompanied migrant children arriving in Italy, including a strict prohibition of turning them away at the border
From The New York Times: The largest protests in several years broke out across Russia over the weekend and scores were beaten and arrested by the police. Here's President Vladimir V. Putin’s go-to tactics for clamping down on dissenters. By MARK SCHEFFLER and ELSA BUTLER.
The U.S. national women’s hockey team has signed a new four-year deal with USA Hockey to end its boycott of the upcoming world championships, USA Hockey announced.
Top Talkers: WH Press Secretary Sean Spicer told veteran reporter April Ryan to stop shaking her head during a heated press briefing this week, a claim Ryan refutes. The Morning Joe discusses.
Prosecutors handling the case against a Minnesota police officer accused of killing a black man during a traffic stop say statements the officer made to state investigators should be admitted at trial
China's Tencent Holdings buys a 5 percent stake in U.S. electric car maker Tesla for $1.78 billion, the latest investment by a Chinese internet company in the potentially lucrative market for self-driving vehicles and related services.
World stock markets are climbing as strong U.S. economic reports shores up investor confidence, but British shares weakened as uncertainty rose ahead of the U.K.'s formal request to leave the European Union