NYT: Senate Committee to question Kushner

The New York Times reports that the Senate Intelligence Committee wants to question Trump adviser Jared Kushner over meetings he arranged with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Suspects sought in deadly Cincinnati nightclub…

Cincinnati police are searching for suspects in a nightclub shooting that left one man dead and 15 other people injured

94-year-old woman honored for 44 years working at…

A 94-year-old Indiana woman is celebrating 44 years of working at McDonald's

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Schumer seizes on Trump team's offer to work with Democrats on health bill; AP: Law limiting LGBT protections will cost North Carolina $3.76 billion over 12 years; Police search for suspects in deadly Cincinnati nightclub shooting

Trump points finger at conservatives for health…

John Roberts reports from the White House

Why Rep. Massie voted 'heck no' on health care…

Republican says President Trump has been given bad advice

Family of US man killed in London attack thanks…

The family of an American slain in last week's attack in London has expressed their gratitude for the kindness of strangers as they insisted some good would come from the tragedy

National Park Service: DC's cherry trees reached peak bloom

The National Park Service says Washington's famous cherry trees reached peak bloom over the weekend

Uber crash hits brakes on self-driving cars, MP…

In today's tech news, a crash involving a self-driving Uber leads the company to halt its autonomy program. A British politician calls for intelligence services to access Whatsapp to fight terrorism and Spotify partners with Waze to bring music and GPS together.

New £1 coins ready for launch

The UK's new 12-sided £1 coins will be rolled out on Tuesday - but are we ready?

The New York Times - Wonders of the Deep

From The New York Times: The research vehicle Okeanos Explorer is collecting video and data from the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.By: By ROBIN LINDSAY and JAMES GORMAN. Watch the original video on Times Video:

United Gate Agent Bans Women Wearing Spandex from…

A United Airlines gate agent in Colorado barred multiple women from boarding a plane Sunday.

Former Freedom Caucus member explains why he left

Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas, discusses why he resigned from the Freedom Caucus and the GOP fight to pass a health care bill.

Chris Matthews: This has been a bad week for Trump

Chris Matthews offers his opinion on what this week means for the Trump Presidency, the investigation into Russia and the future of healthcare.

Lee: Walking Away From Health Bill After 17 Days…

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) tells Chuck Todd that devoting 17 days to the GOP healthcare bill and then walking away from it makes no sense.

United Airlines Stands By Dress Code for No…

United Airlines entered a social media minefield after 2 girls were asked to change out of leggings before boarding their flight. Everyone, including celebrities, had an opinion, but United Airlines is sticking to their policy. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

R.I.'s senators to vote against Gorsuch

Trump asks appeals court to let travel ban take effect

President Donald Trump's administration is asking a federal appeals court to let his travel ban go into effect while it considers the case

United Airlines under fire over "Leggings-gate"

United Airlines responds to a series of viral tweets that allege the company prohibited two girls from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings, telling customers, "your leggings are welcome," but not for special pass riders. Linda So reports.

Emaar Malls offers $800M for amid Amazon…

A subsidiary of the state-backed developer Emaar says it made an $800-million offer to purchase the online retailer amid rumors of a possible acquisition of the website by Amazon

Powerful winds, large hail hit Southern Plains

Large hail and strong winds hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma as a storm system rolled through the Southern Plains

London Terrorist Sent Encrypted Message On…

Authorities can't see what was sent because WhatsApp encrypts all messages to ensure users' privacy.

Refugees filling job gaps created by drugs

As the percentage of American workers testing positive for illegal drugs has climbed to its highest level in a decade, employers are turning to refugees to fill gaps in the labor market.