Chuck Schumer on Women's March: Marching 'Part of The Grand American Tradition'
The Senate minority leader talks about the Women's March and President Trump's first days in office.
Chen Lands 5 Quads to Win US Figure Skating Title With Ease
Nathan Chen followed a record-setting short program with a near-flawless free skate featuring five quadruple jumps Sunday to become the youngest men's U.S. figure skating champion in more than five decades
Israeli Leader Accepts Invitation From Trump to Visit US
Israel's prime minister has accepted an invitation to the White House next month in hopes of forging a "common vision" for the region with President Donald Trump
Dee Rees' American Odyssey 'Mudbound' Captivates Sundance
Director Dee Rees wanted to get to the big questions in her enthralling period epic "Mudbound."
US Gas Prices Drop a Cent Over 2 Weeks to $2.36 a Gallon
The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline fell just over 1 cent nationally during the past two weeks, to $2.36
Little Is Known on Status of US Student Held in North Korea
There's been little word about what has happened to an American college student detained by North Korea a year ago
Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 3 Alleged Al-Qaida in Yemen
Yemeni security and tribal officials say suspected U.S. drone strikes have killed three alleged al-Qaida operatives in the country's southwestern Bayda province, the first such killings reported since Donald Trump assumed the U.S. presidency
US Rep. Kennedy: Democrats Must Heed Voters' Economic Fears
Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy says Democratic leaders need to listen harder to the economic worries of voters who bolted the party in November
Beachfront Owners Reject US Help, Pay for Own Storm Barrier
Oceanfront homeowners in New Jersey want a judge to exempt them from a plan by Republican Gov. Chris Christie to erect protective sand dunes