Putin on course to win 4th presidential term

The first exit polls after voting ends in Russia's presidential election show that incumbent Vladimir Putin is on track to win his fourth term as Russian president. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.

APNewsBreak: Some wanted Florida suspect…

APNewsBreak: Officials were so concerned about the mental stability of the student accused of last month's Florida school massacre that they recommended he be forcibly committed, but that recommendation wasn't acted upon

Trump's Tweets on Mueller Have Republicans Worried

It's been a busy weekend on the Robert Mueller front thanks to the firing of Andrew McCabe , and both Politico and the AP are taking note of a potentially big development: President Trump is now going after Mueller directly in tweets. The president has previously complained about the investigation but...

Lawyers: Execution could be 'gruesome' due to…

The attorney for a condemned Missouri inmate says the man faces a potentially "gruesome and painful" execution because of a rare medical condition that compromises the man's veins and causes multiple tumors in his head and throat

The Latest: Putin addresses supporters outside…

Russian President Vladimir Putin has addressed thousands of people who rallied outside the Kremlin to thank them for their support and promised new achievements

Police: Car with baby inside stolen; baby found unharmed

Memphis police: Teenager charged with kidnapping after car with baby inside stolen in Memphis; baby found unharmed and since reunited with its mother

Russia spy response 'smug sarcasm'

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has criticised Russia's response to the ex-spy case.

George Peabody Was Known as the 'Father of Modern…

George Peabody was a banker and patron of education initiatives whose generosity made him known as the “father of modern philanthropy.”

March Madness Upset Means Free Little Caesars…

Free pizza for everyone, following a big upset during March Madness.

Interior secretary defends Japanese comment to congresswoman

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is defending his use of a Japanese greeting when responding to a question from a congresswoman of Japanese descent

Boston celebrates boisterous 117th St. Patrick's Day parade

Thousands of people dressed in green have swarmed the streets of Boston to see the annual St. Patrick's Day parade

Week ahead: Fed to hike as BoE sits tight?

Two major central banks meet this week with economists expecting the Bank of England to focus on inflation, and the U.S. Federal Reserve to respond to strong economic data with a rate rise. Ciara Lee reports.

AP Exclusive: Kushner Cos. filed false NYC housing paperwork

AP Exclusive: Kushner Cos. routinely filed documents with NYC claiming it had no rent-regulated tenants in its buildings when, in fact, it had hundreds

3.0-magnitude earthquake rattles parts of central Oklahoma

A 3.0-magnitude earthquake has shaken parts of central Oklahoma

Vladimir Putin Wins 4th Presidential Term

Elections in Russia aren't true elections — they're more a gauge of support for the Kremlin's work.

Why Russians support Vladimir Putin

Russian International Affairs Council Director General Andrey Kortunov explains why Vladimir Putin is so popular with the Russian people.

UK lawmaker: Facebook misled Parliament over data…

British lawmaker says Facebook misled Parliament over risk of leaked user data

Gowdy to Dowd: Act like Trump is innocent

Outgoing Rep. Trey Gowdy on Sunday bristled at President Donald Trump's attorney John Dowd's calling for the Justice Department to end the special counsel probe.

Northeast snowstorms give ski areas late season…

Back-to-back nor'easters that have pounded New England have given ski resorts a late-season blast of snow.

Police: 2 men fatally stabbed in Salvation Army…

Police have arrested a man in the fatal stabbing of two men at a Salvation Army apartment building in downtown Rochester, Minnesota