A man drove into a Capitol Police cruiser and attempted to run over officers near the US Capitol building, according to Metropolitan Police. There are no reports of injury and the suspect is in custody.
A Florida woman is set to plead guilty to threatening the parent of a boy killed in the 2012 mass shooting at a school in Newtown, Connecticut, because she thought it was a hoax
Watch as Al Roker and the University of Tennessee attempt to get some 4,000 students together to create the world’s largest human letter at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. Can they set a new Guinness record?
The biggest tech headlines of the day include Amazon's curbside delivery service, pre-roll appearing in live Periscope streams and Tinder coming to web browsers.
From The New York Times: The largest protests in several years broke out across Russia over the weekend and scores were beaten and arrested by the police. Here's President Vladimir V. Putin’s go-to tactics for clamping down on dissenters. By MARK SCHEFFLER and ELSA BUTLER.
The United Kingdom has officially kicked off the process of 'Brexit,' almost nine months to the date after the country's momentous vote to leave the European Union.
Fmr. Amb. Nicholas Burns testified to the House Foreign Affairs committee on Trump's proposal to slash funding to the State Department and USAID. Amb. Burns discusses with Morning Joe.
Sen. Tim Kaine is joining with most of his Democratic colleagues and says he will vote to filibuster President Donald Trump's choice of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme Court
The mother of five-year-old girl is asking for an apology after her daughter was suspended from school in North Carolina for pretending a stick was a gun while playing with her friends. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Portugal's central bank has given an upbeat assessment of the country's economic outlook, with an export-driven recovery taking national output close to a pre-2008 level within two years