A wildfire sparked earlier this month by someone using a torch tool to burn weeds has grown to 67 square miles in southern Utah, becoming the largest active wildfire in the country
Prosecutors trying to convict former Sheriff Joe Arpaio of violating a court order to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants displayed comments he made in news releases and TV interviews in which he bragged about immigration enforcement
An Ohio air show's attendance was lower than expected after the Air Force Thunderbirds canceled performances when an F-16D fighter jet left the runway and flipped over upon landing during the show preparation
President Michel Temer is expressing defiance in the face of possible corruption charges, the lowest approval rating for a Brazilian leader in a generation and calls for his resignation
In recent tweets, the president appears to acknowledge that the Russians interfered in the 2016 election, but he's pointing blame at his predecessors' actions.
From The New York Times: Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, explains the court’s decision to hear arguments on the legality of the Trump administration’s travel ban. The court also left part of the executive order in effect.By: By A.J. CHAVAR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2u9dTPN
The New York Times attempted to catalog every lie Donald Trump has told as president by running a full page in its Sunday Opinion section. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
A spokesman for the wife of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders says she has hired a lawyer as federal investigators examine a real estate deal involving a Vermont college she once ran
America's railroad is counting on an airline industry veteran's leadership during a summer of reckoning for congested tracks and crumbling infrastructure
Utah hydraulic engineers built a replica of a damaged section of the tallest U.S. dam and are using it to guide California authorities on how they should construct a new spillway to withstand rushing waters
The Wisconsin Department of Justice is asking a federal appeals court to keep an inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" behind bars while the agency appeals a ruling that his confession was coerced