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
The depth of community sorrow at the death of a 17-year-old Muslim girl attacked as she walked to her mosque has been made clear after thousands attended her funeral and a subsequent community vigil
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
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
Investigators are still trying to determine how two Texas siblings drowned in a pool at a Florida motel while on a Father's Day outing with their church
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 reporter Margot Sanger-Katz examines how the Republican health plan aims to roll back a program that insures nearly one in five Americans.. 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.
A building engineer told Chris Matthews about the one liberal US senator who made a point to always greet the Capitol Police officers as he passed. His name was Robert Kennedy.
A Senate GOP health bill represents the party's long-awaited attempt to scuttle much of the Obama health care law, but support by enough GOP senators is not yet guaranteed
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 criminal complaint says an attorney found dead in the home of his estranged wife, the treasurer of a Pennsylvania county, was fatally beaten by his son with a bat on Father's Day
A report of a major earthquake off the California coast has turned out to be a false alarm based on data from a 1925 quake mistakenly sent by the US Geological Survey