A former aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been sentenced to prison for his role in a political revenge plot involving traffic jams at the country's busiest bridge
A court-appointed attorney says he'll investigate whether mental illness is a possible defense for a man accused of shooting and killing one man and wounding another on a double-decker transit bus on the Las Vegas Strip last weekend
Turkey's state-run news agency says a court has ordered the travel website Booking.com to be blocked in a dispute with Turkey's main travel agency association
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.
Gibraltar's chief minister says he will fight any attempt by Spain to gain more control over the tiny British territory during negotiations over the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union
The largest U.S. electric company says it is suing insurance companies to force them to cover part of its multibillion-dollar costs to clean up the toxic residues left in the Carolinas after decades of burning coal to generate power
U.S. Capitol Police officers opened fire after a man drove into a police cruiser near the Capitol and then tried to run over officers on Wednesday, a spokeswoman for Washington's Metropolitan Police Department said. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Many U.S. universities say research would suffer if President Donald Trump's revised travel ban blocks students from Iran, who are known for engineering and science