Anaheim police are maintaining watch on a neighborhood where a raucous demonstration erupted after an off-duty Los Angeles police officer scuffled with teenagers and ended up firing a gunshot into the ground
Syria's ambassador to the United Nations says his delegation is considering the details of an unspecified "paper" presented by the U.N. envoy for Syria, as peace talks resumed in Geneva aimed at ending the country's nearly six-year
Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana explains why he's running for DNC chair and what he hopes to accomplish for his democrats as the Party struggles to assert itself under the Trump administration.
Today's most important tech stories include Spotify's debut of three exclusive podcasts, Amazon's first amendment fight and the FCC's first attempt to chip away at net neutrality.
From The New York Times: The silver-haired host of ‘‘Anderson Cooper 360°’’ on CNN, whose book ‘‘The Rainbow Comes and Goes’’ recently came out in paperback, sketched his answers with a pen in his New York office.By: By GABÉ DOPPELT. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2lDdlyB
Fmr. National Security Advisor to George W. Bush, Stephen Hadley, and Amb. Martin Indyk join Morning Joe to discuss a new bipartisan report on national security.
Democratic senators are protesting the Trump Organization's acceptance of a valuable trademark from the Chinese government without asking Congress first if doing so is constitutional
Trial has been delayed until April for a Florida woman accused of threatening the parent of a boy killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting because she thought it was a hoax
German weekly Der Spiegel reports that the country's spy agency had at least 50 numbers and email addresses belonging to journalists among its targets for surveillance
About 500 people have filled a hotel ballroom as New Jersey regulators prepare to vote on whether a natural gas pipeline should run through the state's federally protected Pinelands region