Expert: Immense danger from North Korea hydrogen…

North Korea responds to new U.S. sanctions by threatening to launch a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean; insight from Harry Kazianis, director of defense studies at the Center for the National Interest

Who manages health care best: federal or state…

Graham-Cassidy health care senate bill would redistribute ObamaCare funding to states as block grants; analysis from conservative syndicated radio host Kevin McCullough and Fox News contributor Doug Schoen, former president Clinton adviser

Cuban official: Still no clue on US diplomat…

Cuba's top diplomat says his country has found no evidence that could confirm the causes or origin of a mysterious series of health incidents that have affected U.S. diplomats in Havana

This week in odd news: Big rig stuck on boardwalk…

This week in odd news: A Council member gives opponent ABC (already been chewed) gum; Police say Florida gas station owner chases man, fires warning shot, forcing suspect to return stolen beers; Police: Man steals green chile burger after slapping victim

The Latest: ACLU sues St. Louis over treatment of…

The ACLU of Missouri is suing St. Louis over what it calls "unlawful and unconstitutional action" during demonstrations following the acquittal of a former police officer in the killing of a black man

Turkey says it won't accept Kurdish independence…

Turkey's political and military leaders are set to meet to mull over possible sanctions and other measures against Iraq's Kurdish region if it goes ahead with a referendum on independence

Texas asks court to allow its ban on 'sanctuary cities'

Attorneys for Texas have asked a federal appeals court in New Orleans to let the state's law banning "sanctuary cities" take effect

Unboxing the SNES Classic Edition

Jeff Bakalar unboxes the SNES Classic -- what's guaranteed to be one the most sought-after gifts this holiday season.

Uber drivers 'facing debt'

Drivers and passengers react to news that Uber's licence in London will be revoked.

The New York Times - How To | Activate an Artwork

From The New York Times: Per the artist's instructions, a french horn by the sculptor Darren Bader is used as a serving vessel for sauces – in this case, guacamole.By: By MARCUS GAAB. Watch the original video on Times Video:

Autumn Equinox 2017: Why Friday Is the First Day…

Friday's autumn equinox marks the end of summer and the first day of fall for anybody living in the Northern Hemisphere, meaning colder weather and longer nights are on the way

Mellancamp on music, activism in the Trump era

Joe Scarborough sits down with the one and only singer/songwriter John Mellancamp for a talk about Mellancamp's new music, his politics, activism in the age of Trump and the history of Farm Aid.

Matthews: Everyone in the White House is lawyered…

Reports say staffers walk the halls worried that another staffer, one looking for ammo to protect themselves, might be wired.

Confederate Monuments Become Flashpoint At…

Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam squared off over how to handle confederate monuments during the Virginia Governor’s Debate, moderated by Chuck Todd with NBC Washington.

Our Pets Are Getting Fat Because of Junk Food

Everyone loves spoiling their pets, but all those snacks you call pet lovin’ is making your furry friends fatter. Jose Sepulveda(@josespeulvedatv) has more.

The Latest: Jimmy Kimmel tweets his thanks to…

Talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel is thanking Arizona Sen. John McCain for opposing the Republican bill that would appeal the Obama health care law.

3 charged in killing of 17-year-old whose body was burned

A man and two women are charged in the killing of 17-year-old whose burned remains were found in southern Missouri after his family reported him missing

Stocks edge lower in midday trade as health care…

Major U.S. stock indexes are edging lower in midday trading, adding to the market's modest losses from a day earlier.

Man accused of killing 4 told officers: 'I freed them'

Documents say a man accused of killing three family members and a caretaker in Massachusetts told officers he "freed them."

Who Is The Black Working Class? We Asked An Expert

The chair of Georgetown University's Department of African American Studies discusses the black working class and why it's not covered more often.

Not home? Walmart wants to walk in and stock your…

Walmart is testing a service that lets a delivery person walk into a customer's home when they're not there to drop off packages or put groceries in the fridge

Korean peninsula reacts to Trump's tough talk at…

Greg Palkot reports as South Korea conducts war drills