A mandate on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" dictates "No Hillary Clinton representatives can appear on the show until the candidate agrees to be interviewed."
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced that 12 Bomber squadron will continue Britain's air campaign against Islamic State forces in Iraq for a further year until March 2017.
John Heilemann and Mark Halperin discuss Jeb Bush's attacks on Donald Trump. They speak on "With All Due Respect."
RedState's Eric Erickson read angry tweets from supporters of Donald Trump after he disinvited Trump to the organization's event on Saturday. Trump had earlier lashed out against Megyn Kelly, a moderator of Thursday night's debate.
Black Lives Matter activists shut down a rally by Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Seattle. Julie Noce reports.
For whatever reason, when white cops have been assassinated by black assailants, the White House has been conspicuously quiet. Could it be that they, too, have embraced the mantra that only black lives matter?
Donald Trump drew boos from the crowd and an attack from a rival at a raucous first Republican presidential debate.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders tells CBS' Face the Nation it's "easy to be critical of an agreement which is not perfect," but "we have to negotiate with Iran."
Billionaire Donald Trump was the center of attention on Thursday at the first Republican debate in Cleveland. When not going after The Donald, his rivals Sen. Marco Rubio, former Gov. Mike Huckabee and the rest of the GOP pack attacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, while Sen. Rand Paul scuffled with Gov. Chris Christie.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was charged Thursday with leaking secret grand jury information and lying about her actions under oath. The charges were announced by a district attorney in suburban Philadelphia.
From The New York Times: Times reporter Adam Nagourney analyzes key moments from the first Republican presidential debate on Thursday
On August 6th 2015, it is 70-years since the USA dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima - killing at least 140,000 people in the Japanese city.
Using Googles autocomplete function, Bloomberg Politics did some old-fashioned search engine investigative journalism to find out who people are searching for the most online.
Federal prosecutors and Los Angeles County on Wednesday announced a settlement to resolve two federal civil rights investigations into conditions in the county jail system. Dave Lopez reports.
Ten Republicans hoping to become the next U.S. president prepare to face off in the first debate ahead of the 2016 election. Diane Hodges reports.
Hillary Clinton's attorney is questioned by the FBI about the security of a thumb drive currently in his possession.