Drought conditions are increasing in several states, and extreme heat and weeks with little rain have begun to stress corn, soybeans, wheat and livestock in some areas
Hundreds of people in Michigan came together to salute and say a tear-filled final goodbye to a cancer-stricken dog who served three tours in Afghanistan with the U.S. Marines
Authorities have new information about a serial rapist who is believed to have attacked at least a dozen women from 2000 to 2008 in the college towns of Manhattan and Lawrence
From The New York Times: Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska has been a contrarian when it comes to the Republican health plan, but she is not as beholden to the party as others are.By: By A.J. CHAVAR and CHRIS CIRILLO. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tLgDY0
The Economist's Zanny Minton Beddoes joins Morning Joe to discuss a report that Steve Bannon is looking to raise taxes for the country's wealthiest Americans and the future of health care.
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.
We all talk to our dogs. But Amazon may have some new tech on the way that may make it possible for them to talk back. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
The House has passed a $788 billion spending bill that combines a $1.6 billion down payment for President Donald Trump's controversial border wall with Mexico with a whopping budget increase for the Pentagon
The federal government has announced its plan to clean up a Superfund site in New York City where radioactive material was once processed to develop the world's first atomic bomb
As Russia prepares for the possibility of new sanctions from the U.S., it's not the only economy bracing for the possible impact. As Kate King reports, business groups in Germany, for one, believe they could harm some European firms.
A Georgia sheriff accused of exposing himself in an Atlanta park has pleaded guilty to violating two city ordinances after prosecutors agreed to drop a public indecency charge