As Trump's son-in-law agrees to testify in front of the Senate Intel committee, new questions are being raised about the White House's connection to Russia
Police are reviewing security video from inside a double-decker bus where they say a passenger shot two people "for no apparent reason" during the weekend at a stop on the Las Vegas Strip
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who organized a wave of nationwide protests against government corruption that rattled authorities, has been jailed for 15 days on Monday by a Moscow court for resisting police orders
City and county officials in Orlando, Florida want the one-year anniversary next June of the Pulse nightclub massacre to be marked with acts of love and kindness
Erin McPike, the only journalist on US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's Asia trip, describes the "hateful and vitriolic" reaction from fellow members of the media.
From The New York Times: The Trump administration is going to great lengths to distance itself from former associates in the face of an F.B.I. investigation into whether there were connections between the Trump campaign and Russia. By A.J. CHAVAR.
Windsor Castle is looking for an official Curtain Maker and Soft Furnishing Upholsterer to take care of the royal needs of the Queen. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.
U.S. Rep. Tim Walz, a Democrat who narrowly won a fifth term, says he's running for governor in his home state of Minnesota rather than trying to keep his seat in Congress
A woman and her boyfriend were arguing over property before he fatally shot her and also shot five others, including her two grade-school age sons, police said Monday
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.