A new report has extended Social Security's lifetime by one year, but the program is still on track to become insolvent in 2035.
Just six months after Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was, according to U.S. intelligence agencies, assassinated by Saudi Arabia, American businesses are starting to return.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Sri Lanka that have killed at least 300 people.
Citizenship Question on the Census: What is the Potential Impact?
Series of Deadly Suicide Bombings in Sri Lanka Target Churches and Hotels
On Sunday, a series of coordinated bombings in Sri Lanka killed more than 250 people. Three of the attacks were carried out at churches.
"If there were controls in place that had closed the loophole on him...he would not have been able to inflict as much harm as he did, that his behavior would have been hastened."
School principals dealing with gun violence in their classrooms are relying on the support of others who have already walked that path.
Politics with Amy Walter: The Mueller Report is Not the End, It's Just the Beginning
It’s been a long (almost) two years but the Special Counsel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, possible coordination between the Trump Campaign and Russia, and obstruction of justice has reached its final culmination. The redacted report was released on Thursday. The end.
Or is it just the beginning?
Well, like a lot of things...it’s both.
, who covers Congress for the New York Times, brings us up to speed on the investigations that are being conducted by several congressional committees.
is the Democratic representative from Illinois’s 8th congressional district. He also serves on two key congressional committees with their own investigations into President Donald Trump: The Committee on Oversight and Reform and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. We talk to him about how those investigations will or won’t change now that we have the redacted Mueller report.
For a conservative take on the redacted Mueller report, we speak to , a political commentator, and editor at Commentary.
Finally, what impact could the release of the redacted Mueller report have on Donald Trump and his presidency? We talk to , a politics editor at NBC, who has been analyzing what impact the Mueller investigation has had on public opinion.
The Mueller Report: What We Know So Far
Initial analysis from reporter Max Kutner and legal expert Caroline Fredrickson.
The Democrat from Maryland joins us to discuss his immediate thoughts.
In 1989, he provided a summary that gave cover to President George H.W. Bush's abduction of Manuel Noriega from Panama.