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Preparing refugee mothers for life in US

Refugee Family Literacy is a non-profit organization in Clarkston, Georgia that teaches mothers English and other life skills.

The Latest: Police: Too soon to talk about new…

New Orleans police say it's too soon to discuss whether new safety rules will be set up after a man accused of driving drunk plowed into a Mardi Gras parade crowd

NTSB investigates NY vintage plane crash that…

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash of a vintage plane on Long Island that left two people dead and one injured

Insular Hasidic village seeks to expand, riling…

An insular Hasidic Jewish village in upstate New York wants to expand, raising tensions with neighbors who fear the growth could overrun their slice of suburbia

Jeff Mason on Trump's decision to skip…

President of the White House Correspondents' Association and Reuters White House correspondent weighs in

Sean Spicer's leak investigation promptly leaked…

Reaction from Dan Henninger, deputy editorial page editor for the Wall Street Journal

UK's problem-plagued inquiry into child sex abuse begins

Britain's problem-plagued inquiry into child sex abuse has finally gotten under way, years after it was organized to address revelations that entertainers, clergy and senior politicians were involved in abuse

Jury selected in Aaron Hernandez double murder trial

A jury has been selected in the double murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez

Expectations from Snap IPO

Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research Group analyst, and Gian Fulgoni, comScore CEO, discuss Snap's highly anticipated IPO.

City turns to hackers to quell house fires

Hackers in Louisville, Kentucky, worked with the city to create CASPER, a wireless device that listens for smoke detectors in abandoned buildings and sends text messages to let authorities know there could be a fire.

What happens at the Oscars afterparty

The Vanity Fair party is the one that every Hollywood celebrity wants to go to after the Oscars, but what is it really like?

President Trump: 'Nobody Knew Health Care Was…

President Trump told a meeting of governors that reforming health care is "unbelievably complex"

Democratic senator: I haven't seen an olive…

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., is calling for a special prosecutor or an independent probe into Donald Trump's ties with Russia. Sen. Durbin joins Morning Joe for a wide-ranging discussion.

The politics of the Oscars

Ann Hornaday and Ted Johnson discuss how politics will be on full-display at the Oscars.

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.

Yes, This is Video of a Bumblebee Scoring a Goal…

Scientists were able to train bumblebees to perform a task. The bees were then able to teach other untrained insects the skill. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Trump calls for replacement of Obamacare

President Donald Trump warned Monday that the nation's health care system was in danger of imploding and said Congress must make fundamental changes to the sweeping health law passed by his predecessor

60-year sentence for abduction, slaying of Indiana toddler

A southern Indiana man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for killing a 15-month-old girl after kidnapping her from a relative's home

Transgender teenage wrestler wins girl's state…

Mack Beggs, a teenager who is transitioning from female to male, wins the Texas girl's state championship. Linda So reports.

Dylann Roof's jurors worship at church where he massacred 9

Nearly a month after returning a death sentence against Dylann Roof for a racist church massacre, jurors in his case visited the house of worship for a Sunday service

Why The Oscars Red Carpet Was Full Of Blue

Celebrities aren't the only ones "standing" with this group.

Gun club: Trump was the cherry on top

In one year, the National African-American Gun Association's membership has gone from 9,000 to 18,000. There are several reasons, CNN's Ryan Young reports.

Court may strike law barring sex offenders from social media

The Supreme Court appears likely to strike down a North Carolina law that prohibits sex offenders from using Facebook and other social networking sites