The new livestreaming feature begins Aug. 28, with high-profile case involving Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Legislature.
At a rally in Phoenix, President Donald Trump blamed the media Tuesday for the widespread condemnation of his response to a Charlottesville, Virginia, protest organized by white supremacists that led to the killing of a counterprotester.
Federal lawmakers have until the end of September to renew funds for the CHIP program.
A former Tampa police detective faces up to 10 years in prison for her part in a tax-refund scheme.
A California judge is allowing money laundering charges against the creators of a website that prosecutors have labeled an online brothel.
The Latest on the abandonment of a nuclear power project in South Carolina (all times local):
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is poised to receive a new kidney — from his son.
The Latest on Amazon's deal to acquire Whole Foods (all times local):
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Sen. Amy Klobuchar appeared on The Daily Show Tuesday night to talk about getting things done in Congress, lowering drug prices and the direction of the Democratic party.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar will appear on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" at 10 p.m. today. She'll be the second Minnesota politician in recent months to appear, after Rep. Ilhan Omar came on in July.
The Latest on Vice President Mike Pence's visit in South Florida to meet with Venezuelan exiles. (all times local):
Federal authorities on Wednesday issued a permit to a politically conservative group for a Saturday afternoon rally in San Francisco that local officials fear could turn violent.
At the U.S. Naval Academy, where the names of the nation's military heroes adorn many buildings, two structures honor the memory of American naval officers who fought against the United States of America.
The Latest on protests against Confederate monuments that have occurred in the aftermath of deadly violence at a Virginia rally by white nationalists (all times local):
Workers in Charlottesville draped giant black covers over two statues of Confederate generals on Wednesday to symbolize the city's mourning for a woman killed while protesting a white nationalist rally.
A business lobbyist and ex-environmental regulator has been tapped as the new regional administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection office that oversees eight Southeastern states.
It would take nearly eight years to remove one metric ton of plutonium from South Carolina as promised under longstanding agreements, using a proposed alternative method, according to the federal government.
Stocks retreated on Wednesday and gave back some of their gains from a day earlier, when the Standard & Poor's 500 index had one of its best days of the year.
The West Wing has fresh paint on the walls, new carpet underfoot, cool, crisp air and more than a few new eagle decorations.
The U.S. Defense Department is making another multimillion-dollar investment in high-energy lasers that have the potential to destroy enemy drones and mortars, disrupt communication systems and provide military forces with other portable, less costly options on the battlefield.