A board has denied parole for convicted killer Patricia Krenwinkel _ a follower of cult leader Charles Manson _ after officials investigated whether battered women's syndrome affected her state of mind at the time of the notorious murders
A federal panel has voted to offer new protections to some deep-sea corals in the Atlantic Ocean but has held off on protecting others so it can get more information first
French President Emmanuel Macron is pledging to breathe new life into a European Union stung by the departure of Britain and deeply divided over the best way to accommodate refugees
The village chief of Badibu Saaba, in the Gambia, explains how most of the young men have left. But six months after electing a new president, will things soon change?
From The New York Times: The Affordable Care Act expanded access to Medicaid, which covers tens of millions of poor Americans. The Republican health care bill would permanently restructure it. We explain the consequences.By: By MARGOT SANGER-KATZ, ROBIN STEIN and SARAH STEIN KERR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tQX0cK
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., discusses the GOP effort to overhaul health care, why he won't vote yes on the bill until he reviews it, opioid coverage and making Medicaid sustainable.
The defeat of the Democratic candidate in yesterday's Georgia special election should be a yellow light to all those who think they've got this Trump thing all figured out.
David Brooks, Amy Walter, Eugene Robinson and Danielle Pletka join the MTP Panel to discuss heated political rhetoric and the shooting on a Congressional baseball game practice.
A scientist who pleaded guilty to taking sensitive documents from a Connecticut military contractor to his native China has been sentenced to the 2 1/2 years in prison he has already served
Tropical storm Cindy made landfall near the Louisiana-Texas border on Thursday morning and continued producing heavy rainfall and life-threatening conditions over the northern Gulf Coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. Chris Dignam reports.
A report of a major earthquake off the California coast has turned out to be a false alarm based on data from a 1925 quake mistakenly sent by the US Geological Survey