Education secretary slams 2020 candidates' higher ed plans
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says higher education proposals from Democratic presidential candidates are "crazy" and too costly.
5 minutes ago - Star Tribune
Service canceled for Texas woman shot at home by officer
A service for a woman shot in her home by a Fort Worth police officer that had been scheduled for Saturday was canceled amid a family dispute over funeral arrangements.
5 minutes ago - Star Tribune
Facebook's Zuckerberg pushes back against Bernie Sanders's call to abolish billionaires
The company's founder would owe an additional $5.5 billion in taxes in the first year of the presidential candidate's proposed tax, should it ever be enacted.
7 minutes ago - The Washington Post
Add risk of government shutdown to impeachment and other legislative logjams
Trump increasingly demonstrates that he sees issues as one large negotiation, linking together seemingly disconnected threads into one massive ball of legislative wax.
29 minutes ago - The Washington Post
Elijah Cummings Signed Subpoenas For Trump Impeachment From His Hospital Bed As He Was Dying
Rep. Elijah Cummings fought for justice until the end of his life as his signed subpoenas from his hospital bed on Trump impeachment.
33 minutes ago - Politicus USA
POLITICO Playbook: A small crack in the GOP firewall
A SMALL CRACK IN THE GOP FIREWALL? - A few outliers in the Republican Party - Rep. Francis Rooney , former Ohio governor John Kasich, who has contemplated launching a primary...
43 minutes ago - Politico
Bernie Sanders Adds New York Endorsements Ahead Of Comeback Rally In Queens
Eight Empire State lawmakers now back the Vermont senator's Democratic presidential bid.
47 minutes ago - The Huffington Post
As Trump reels, Democrats wonder which of their candidates can beat him
The campaign so far has brought questions about who has what it will take to win a general election against the president.
49 minutes ago - The Washington Post
Unlikely alliance fighting pipeline in Texas Hill Country
An unlikely alliance has formed in oil friendly Texas against one of the longest proposed new natural gas pipelines in the U.S.
1 hour ago - Star Tribune - 2 articles
I tried both Amtrak's new food service and its traditional dining car, and now I understand why people were so upset about the change
I recently set off on a four-day journey from coast to coast via Amtrak. The food, for the most part, was way better than I had ever expected. I stepped off the train a few...
1 hour ago - Business Insider
The headlines of News BreaK
Clinton Emails: Violations, but No 'Deliberate Mishandling'
A three-year-long internal State Department probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server has wrapped up, and dozens may be facing disciplinary action, though, per...
AOC's Sanders Endorsement Won't Change 2020. But It Might Change the...
The anticipated endorsement of Bernie Sanders as her preferred candidate for president by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Saturday will not determine the winner of the...
State Dept. finds no ‘systemic' classified violation in Hillary Clinton...
A State Department investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email account found no widespread effort by her aides or other staffers to mishandle...
Shifting Explanations For Withholding Ukraine Aid Begins Drawing GOP Alarm
Gov. Kasich, Rep Rooney and other Republicans have started showing signs of discomfort with the Trump administration's changing defense in light of the impeachment inquiry.
Rick Perry Won't Comply With Subpoena In Impeachment Probe
The outgoing Energy Secretary insists the impeachment inquiry "lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation."
Judge hits Florida law limiting felon vote in limited ruling
TALLAHASSEE - A federal judge on Friday blocked a Florida law that puts restrictions on ex-felons seeking to have their voting rights restored, but only as it applies to the 17...
Stephanie Grisham: Mick Mulvaney 'Did A Great Job' At Disastrous Press Briefing
That was the briefing in which Trump's chief of staff admitted there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine.
Supreme Court Steps Into Case Over Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The CFPB, a federal consumer finance watchdog agency, was created as part of the Dodd-Frank legislation in response to the financial crisis.
Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers Blasts Tim Cook For Caving To China
Apple is facing blowback for deleting an app used by pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
Experts Dismiss Trump's Threat to Sue Network
President Trump's lawyers and reelection campaign have threatened CNN with a lawsuit for falsely calling itself a news organization. "Never in the history of this country has a...