Van Jones rips Trump's death penalty proposal

CNN's Van Jones says he was encouraged by some of President Trump's proposals to fight the opioid epidemic but called the President's idea of the death penalty for some drug dealers "divisive" and "stupid."

The Latest: Storms damage houses, down trees in…

A severe storm has damaged buildings and downed trees in a northern Alabama county

Fear mounts in Austin as serial bomber uses…

Fear is mounting across Austin, Texas, after the fourth bombing this month - a blast triggered this time by a nearly invisible tripwire

Charles Manson cremated following brief, private…

Charles Manson was cremated and his ashes scattered following a brief, private funeral four months after the death of the man who gained worldwide infamy for the 1969 Los Angeles killings he hoped would spark a race war

Trump Org. partner in India accused of bilking investors

An Indian real estate company that is partnering with the Trump Organization has been accused of cheating investors out of nearly $150 million. The claims make no mention of the Trump Organization.

Lawmaker who said Rothschilds control the climate apologizes

A D.C. Council member apologized for a social media post in which he claimed that Jewish financiers control the climate

Trump - Get tough and execute drug dealers

The US president claims other countries with a zero tolerance approach 'have no drug problem'.

Body of Missing American Student Found In Bermuda

The body of St. Joe's University freshman, Mark Dombroski, has been found after being reported missing in Bermuda.

Sources Believe Prince Charles Will Name Camilla…

New reports suggest that Prince Charles will name Camilla Parker Bowles Queen if he becomes king, despite a pledge to do otherwise. Tony Spitz has the details.

How Facebook likes could profile voters for…

How Facebook likes could profile voters for manipulation

Pollster testifies most Kansas voters can prove citizenship

A pollster hired by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has testified that he conducted a survey of 500 adults and found just one person who couldn't produce a document proving U.S. citizenship

Wall Street drops on Facebook data misuse

U.S. stocks fell as concerns over increased regulation for large tech companies was spearheaded by a plunge in Facebook shares. Aleksandra Michalska reports.

Florida to replace Confederate statue in US Capitol

Florida will remove a statue of a Confederate general at the U.S. Capitol and replace it with one of an African-American woman

Cambridge Analytica Reportedly Tried To Stop…

The CEO of Cambridge Analytica was caught discussing sex workers and political bribes with an undercover reporter.

Trump hints at death penalty for drug dealers

President Donald Trump says it's time for tougher penalties for drug dealers, including the possibility of the death penalty.

Self-driving vehicle strikes and kills pedestrian…

A self-driving Uber vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian in suburban Phoenix in the first death involving a fully autonomous test vehicle _ a crash that could have far-reaching consequences for the new technology

WaPo: Trump lawyers try to limit interview

Lawyers for President Donald Trump recently provided the special counsel's office with documents in an attempt to limit the scope of an interview between Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller, The Washington Post reported.

Battered East braces for wintry wallop on 1st day…

The fourth nor'easter in three weeks is set to smack the East Coast on the first day of spring

Maryland House approves stronger sexual…

Maryland House votes to strengthen legislature's sexual harassment policies; measure now heads to state Senate

Victims' families urge California to end gun…

Families of mass shooting victims have urged the nation's largest public pension fund to stop investing in companies that sell assault weapons

UN rights chief: Syria siege involved 'war crimes'

The UN human rights chief told an informal meeting of the Security Council Monday that the Syrian government's siege of the Damascus suburbs of eastern Ghouta has involved "pervasive war crimes," use of chemical weapons and starvation as a weapon of war.