U.S. Sen. Rob Portman says North Korea must be held accountable for what happened to an American college student who was detained there for over a year and died after being returned home to Ohio in a coma
Jurors have begun a fourth day of deliberations in the murder retrial of a white University of Cincinnati police officer who shot an unarmed black motorist
Authorities in Florida are urging people to stay off the beaches and out of the Gulf of Mexico until weather conditions brought by Tropical Storm Cindy improve
Authorities say a man who jumped to his death from an 11th-floor apartment building in New York was a sex offender who was being taken into custody at the time for a parole violation
Inspired by an icebreaker game from actress and singer Zendaya, the TODAY anchors revealed their first impressions of each other. Matt Lauer admits he and Al Roker “had a rough start” and Savannah Guthrie says she thought Matt was “cute and scary.”
The biggest stories in tech include Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick's departure, Snapchat's latest location-aware map and Twitch's exclusive broadcasting deal with Blizzard Entertainment.
From The New York Times: The Affordable Care Act expanded access to Medicaid, which covers tens of millions of poor Americans. The Republican health care bill would permanently restructure it. We explain the consequences.By: By MARGOT SANGER-KATZ, ROBIN STEIN and SARAH STEIN KERR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tQX0cK
Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-NY, is calling for leadership change in the Democratic Party in order to avoid future losses, and she says that Nancy Pelosi's time has come and gone.
The defeat of the Democratic candidate in yesterday's Georgia special election should be a yellow light to all those who think they've got this Trump thing all figured out.
David Brooks, Amy Walter, Eugene Robinson and Danielle Pletka join the MTP Panel to discuss heated political rhetoric and the shooting on a Congressional baseball game practice.
French President Emmanuel Macron says that France and Germany will work together to relaunch the European Union project, amid divisions over how to manage refugees and as Britain prepares to leave
Millions of east Europeans have left poorer countries like Hungary, Poland, Romania or Bulgaria in recent years for better-paid jobs in western Europe, leaving massive labour market gaps behind. But with prospects improving and wages rising due to a shortage of workers, official data show tens of thousands of people returning. Laura Frykberg reports.
A federal appeals court has upheld all but one of the convictions of a former CIA officer found guilty of leaking government secrets to a reporter