Legislation that would ban the sale of products made through slave labor is on its way to becoming a law.

Whoopi Goldberg: The Oscars Aren't Racist...I Won One
  • Tue, January 26, 2016

In a conversation on "The View" on Monday, Whoopi Goldberg shared her thoughts on the current conversation surrounding the lack of non-white Oscar nominees.

With Six Days Until The Iowa Caucus, Campaigns Are In High Gear
  • Tue, January 26, 2016

Ed Lawrence reports as nine candidates campaign in the small Midwestern state.

Pope Francis Meets With President Of Iran
  • Tue, January 26, 2016

President Hassan Rouhani met the leader of the Catholic church on Tuesday at the Vatican

'Doomsday Clock' Set For An Update Amid Nuclear Tensions
  • Tue, January 26, 2016

Scientists behind the so-called Doomsday Clock are expected to announce if humanity is any closer to ruin.

NewsBusted: Al Jazeera, Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders
  • Tue, January 26, 2016

NewsBusted's Jodi Miller delivers the headlines with a comedic twist.

Ann Coulter Explains Why Trump Can Win the Black Vote
  • Mon, January 25, 2016

Coulter predicts Trump runs away with the Republican nomination and does better than expected with minority populations.

Mizzou Professor Charged with Assault After Kicking Reporter Out
  • Mon, January 25, 2016

Melissa Click was caught on video last fall trying to block reporter Tim Tai from covering a protest by a group called Concerned Student 1950 about the school's handling of a series of racist incidents on campus.

State of the Race in South Carolina
  • Mon, January 25, 2016

The State's Andy Shain describes the state of the presidential campaign in South Carolina, and what, or who, is getting voters excited in 2016.

Michigan Attorney General Launches Investigation into Flint Water Emergency
  • Mon, January 25, 2016

Michigan's attorney general is launching his investigation into Flint's water emergency.

President Obama Offers Boost To Hillary Clinton's Arguments
  • Mon, January 25, 2016

President Barack Obama offered a boost to Hillary Clinton's argument that an experienced candidate is needed to succeed him at the White House, while also rebutting comparisons between his 2008 campaign and Bernie Sanders.

Almost Half of Twitter's Senior Leaders are Leaving
  • Mon, January 25, 2016

Just three months after cofounder Jack Dorsey became Twitter's permanent CEO, four of the company's ten senior managers announced they are leaving.

Donald Trump Retweeting Neo-Nazis
  • Fri, January 22, 2016

Republican frontrunner for president Donald Trump is no stranger to Twitter.

US Stocks Spike After Slight Gain in Oil
  • Fri, January 22, 2016

Stocks in the US markets have rebounded Friday after a historically low start to 2016.

Syria Opposition Contradicts US, Rules Out Talks
  • Fri, January 22, 2016

Contradicting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's insistence that talks will begin next week, the Saudi-backed Syrian opposition ruled out even indirect negotiations with Damascus before steps including a halt to Russian air strikes.

DC Mayor: Storm Has "Life and Death" Implications
  • Fri, January 22, 2016

Officials in Washington, D.C. say they are preparing for a potentially "deadly" storm that could dump more than two feet of snow on the nation's capital.

PM Looking for "Real Change" in EU
  • Fri, January 22, 2016

David Cameron has held talks with the Czech Prime Minister, Bohuslav Sobotka, in Prague, as he tours European capitals, trying to renegotiate Britain's deal with the EU.

National Review Against Trump?
  • Fri, January 22, 2016

The National Review has launched a double-fisted attack on Donald Trump.

Clinton Touts Her Healthcare Plan Over Sanders
  • Thu, January 21, 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says Bernie Sanders' healthcare plan will end in "gridlock."

Will Smith Joins Celebs in Oscars Boycott
  • Thu, January 21, 2016

Will Smith says he will not attend the Academy Awards next month, joining his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, and others in protest against two straight years of all-white acting nominees.

Zika Virus in the US
  • Thu, January 21, 2016

The CDC is taking precautionary steps while it studies Zika and warning women not to travel in regions and countries where the virus emerged.

Sierra Leone Has 2nd Ebola Case After Declared End of Outbreak
  • Thu, January 21, 2016

A second case of the deadly Ebola virus has been reported in the West African nation of Sierra Leone in as many weeks -- just seven days after health officials declared a major epidemic in the region had ended.

Stacey Dash on Oscars Boycott: Get Rid of BET and Black History Month Instead
  • Wed, January 20, 2016

The Fox News contributor says there's a "double standard" at play.

Former Defense Secretary Gates Weighs In On Presidential Race
  • Wed, January 20, 2016

He spoke with Jamie Yuccas about the crowded contest for the White House, his new book on leadership and his reasons for not running.

Clinton Campaign Thinks GOP "Coordinated Leak" of Emails
  • Wed, January 20, 2016

The Clinton campaign is now blaming Republicans for Clinton's email woes, in addition to impugning the motives of federal investigators appointed by Obama and approved by a Democratic Senate.

How Far Have Declining Oil Prices Pushed Down Stock Markets?
  • Wed, January 20, 2016

Oil weakness continues to be a major global force.