White House delivers health care final offer

The Republican health care legislation is in limbo after multiple meetings at the White House and Capitol have failed to produce a deal.

Cardinal William Keeler dies at 86; led oldest…

Cardinal William Keeler, who helped ease tensions between Catholics and Jews and headed the oldest Roman Catholic diocese in the U.S. for 18 years, has died

Border Patrol union takes center stage under Trump

Border Patrol union takes center stage after making early bet on Donald Trump's presidential bid

Wisconsin shooting victims ID'd as cop, bank…

Authorities say two bank employees and an attorney are among the victims of a string of northern Wisconsin shootings that also killed a police officer

Spicer to press: Look into the substance of Nunes…

White House press secretary speaks out about surveillance revelations

Harper: America 'absolutely not' better off under…

Congressman urges fellow Republicans to vote for the American Health Care Act

Turkey trying to exclude airport, airline from laptop ban

A senior official says Turkey is taking steps to keep Istanbul's main airport and its national carrier, Turkish Airlines, outside of the scope of new aviation restrictions imposed by the United States and Britain

Somali leader urges help to avert famine

Somalia's president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is urging the world to help avert a massive famine saying almost half the population is facing acute food shortages and 15 percent are facing famine now

The Candidates Are Challenged to Run a Kiosk

Marcus Lemonis splits the remainiang four candidates into two teams and has them set up a kiosk with products featured on The Profit. All-new The Partner Tuesdays 10P ET/PT

New emojis let you throw shade with style

The next batch of likely emoji icons is getting attention, thanks to concept art from Emojipedia.

'I was first to reach Keith' - army veteran

Army veteran Tony Davis was the first person to reach PC Keith Palmer, who lost his life in the attack.

The New York Times - House Tour | A Philip…

From The New York Times: The architect's only private residence in New York City — once an artists' salon.By: By DEAN KAUFMAN. Watch the original video on Times Video:

GOP Intelligence Chairman Apologizes for Not…

GOP Rep. Devin Nunes' decision to disclose the information before talking to committee members outraged Democrats

Will GOP members cave to Trump’s threats on…

The Morning Joe panel discusses the ins and outs of the GOP health care bill, if Republicans should bow to pressure from Trump to pass it and what could happen if the bill doesn't pass.

Chris Matthews: This Russian connection just…

Chris Matthews wonders what President Trump worries about more: North Korea or the media discovering his connection with Russia.

Hillary Clinton says she's "Coming Out of the…

Post Game: Katty Kay and Bob Costa talk with NBC's Jordan Frasier about President Trump’s credibility and Hillary Clinton coming “out of the woods.”

TripAdvisor Releases 2017 Travelers' Choice Awards

Reviews of destinations around the world have been ranked by travel website, Trip Advisor. Traveler's Choice Awards for 2017 have been released for 2017.

House intel committee chairman apologizes to…

The House intelligence committee chairman has privately apologized to his Democratic colleagues

Philadelphia's soda tax brings in $6.4M in February

Philadelphia's new tax on sweetened beverages is exceeding expectations

Oil companies downplay impact of regulations

Despite being vocal supporters of Trump's administration slashing regulations, the top U.S. oil and gas producers have been telling their shareholders that environmental regulations have little impact on their business. Fred Katayama reports.

Stocks climb, led by banks; health care debate…

US stocks are climbing, driven by gains in banks as bond yields turn higher

Official: Sword death of black man is assault on…

Officials are calling the death of a black man who they say was repeatedly stabbed with a sword by a white U.S. Army veteran an assault on the city's inclusiveness and diversity

Senate Votes To Let Internet Providers Sell Your…

The Senate voted against an Obama-era FCC privacy regulation that gave consumers more power over who can access their information.

A walk along where the London attack happened

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh takes a walk along the newly reopened Westminster Bridge after the London terror attack.