The state's corrections department says 80 inmates at an Iowa maximum security prison could face disciplinary action in connection to a large fight at the facility this month
The same aluminum panels covering London's Grenfell Tower are listed in a U.S. company's brochure as adding a "stunning visual effect" to an NFL stadium and a 33-story Baltimore hotel. Learning what other U.S. buildings might sport the panels is not easy.
Germany has told all citizens traveling to Turkey to exercise caution following the jailing of a human rights activist who had no previous links to the country
With O.J. Simpson’s much-anticipated parole hearing only hours away, Chris Darden, one of the prosecutors in Simpson’s 1995 murder trial, tells TODAY that he thinks Simpson “unfortunately” will be freed. He expresses dismay that Simpson could be paroled after serving only nine years of a 33-year sentence: “The fact that he’s a model prisoner doesn’t mean that he doesn’t pose a risk to society.”
From The New York Times: In an interview with New York Times reporters, President Trump expressed anger at Jeff Sessions and James Comey. He also acknowledged a newly disclosed conversation with Vladimir Putin.. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2uEhBET
President Trump sought to clarify his second interaction with Russian President Vladimir Putin in his New York Times interview. Reporter Michael Schmidt discusses.
Chris Matthews has watched President Trump act almost with glee over the prospect of having the public blame the Democrats for what he predicts will be the failure of Obamacare down the road.
President Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow tells Chuck “there was nothing illegal to cover up” about Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russians during the campaign. Plus, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) talks developments on the health care bill.
A lawsuit alleges Ohio police shot and mortally wounded a black man without justification and conspired to provide misleading information about the July 7 confrontation
The Bank of Japan keeps policy steady but once again pushes back the timing for achieving its ambitious inflation target, reinforcing views that it will lag well behind other major central banks in scaling back stimulus. David Pollard reports.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Justice Department have filed a lawsuit against an Ohio city, saying it allowed raw sewage to flow into Lake Erie tributaries