Jewish center bomb threats across nation

More and more bomb threats are being called into Jewish community centers and day schools in at least 12 states, according to statements from the Anti-Defamation League and JCCA.

The Latest: Mardi Gras: Costumes, costumes and…

Costumes and creativity were on display as hundreds of people gathered in the Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans for the St. Anne's parade

911 dispatcher has disciplinary hearing in Tamir Rice case

Cleveland police chief holds disciplinary hearing for the 911 dispatcher in Tamir Rice case

Kellyanne Conway kneels on Oval Office couch…

Photos of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway kneeling on an Oval Office couch with her shoes on have sparked an online debate about decorum in the executive mansion

Three dead after small plane crashes into…

Jonathan Hunt reports from Los Angeles

Trump to focus on promises, agenda in address to…

Kristin Fisher reports from the White House

Protests expected as Trump opens newest hotel in…

Protests are planned in Vancouver as a new Trump International Hotel and Tower opens in a city known for diversity and progressive politics

Officials: Remains found in Fayette County are missing man's

Authorities say human remains discovered along a highway in Tennessee were those of a man reported missing in August after a woman answered a Craigslist ad to be his caregiver

'Keeping hope alive' for Trump policies a big…

Discussing the market expectations from the Trump administration ahead of the president's address to Congress, with David Lebovitz, JPMorgan Asset Management global market strategist, and Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock chief investment strategist for fixed income.

The Amazon Tap Finally Fulfills Its Potential

Almost a year after its release, one update has helped Amazon's portable speaker grow into an awesome Echo alternative.

Is it better to be big or small in business?

Getting as big as possible was previously assumed as the best way succeed as a business, but has that now changed?

The New York Times - Long Live Benjamin — Episo…

From The New York Times: As Benjamin grows into an increasingly wild animal, Allen is forced to question whether New York is any place for a monkey.By: By JIMM LASSER and BIFF BUTLER. Watch the original video on Times Video:

Why Men Are Much Worse At Being Sick Than Women

In the debate over which is the stronger sex, the so-called "man flu" inevitably comes up. It’s a popular theory that men get sicker—or at least act sicker—when they contract the virus, while women soldier on with work, childcare and life.

Trump grades himself, says his messaging needs…

In a new Fox interview, President Trump graded his first weeks in office, saying he gave himself an A+ for effort and a C on messaging.

Chris: Trump needs more than an applause line

Chris previews President Trump’s joint address to Congress.

Emerging Pattern? Trump Media Attacks Follow…

Looking back as far as the election, a pattern seems to emerge in which President Trump attacks the media after major news reports about Russia.

Elon Musk Promises Factory Workers A Roller…

Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, wrote in a company email that he wants a work in "an environment that is as safe, fair and fun as possible," which includes frozen yogurt and roller coasters. TC Newman reports.

Trump takes on entrenched practice of Washington…

When White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer wanted to crack down on leaks last week, he collected his aides' cell phones to check for communication with reporters

Efforts to repeal NC 'bathroom bill' are an at impasse again

A new proposal to repeal North Carolina's "bathroom bill" appears stuck as Republican lawmakers and the new Democratic governor disagree about empowering local governments to expand LGBT rights

Tweeting accountant blamed for Oscar mix-up

An accountant for the Academy Awards botched the meticulous procedure for announcing the Oscar for best picture, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) said on Monday. Edward Baran reports.

UK billionaire settles on pensions in retailer's collapse

British billionaire Philip Green has paid some 363 million pounds ($451 million) to settle pension claims with collapsed retailer BHS

Man sentenced to prison in fire at Michigan ski resort

A man who authorities say sprayed a fire extinguisher at a security guard as he ran from him during a blaze at a northern Michigan ski resort has been sentenced to up to 20 years in prison

China Is Starting A Controversial Orca Breeding…

However, other countries and SeaWorld seem to be phasing out their orca programs at parks.

Sessions: Marijuana won't fix opioid epidemic

Speaking to the National Association of Attorneys General, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he doesn't think there are benefits to legal marijuana and dismissed it as a solution to the opioid epidemic.