Secretary for Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson is confronted about the cost of a dining room set that was ordered for his office during a hearing on Capitol Hill.
Police have told the Miami Herald that a gun buy-back program has taken 128 guns off the streets, including two assault weapons turned in by a father who lives near the Florida school where 17 people were killed
Turkey's state-run news agency says an American pastor is facing up to 35 years in prison on charges of links to terror groups and espionage
Leaders of a small California city have given preliminary approval to an ordinance that seeks to exempt the city from a state law that limits cooperation between local agencies and federal immigration agents
A new online game where the goal is to become a "fake news tycoon" could help you spot the tactics and motivations behind the spread of disinformation. Matthew Stock reports.
Federal health officials taking closer look at flavors in tobacco products that appeal to young people, particularly menthol-flavored cigarettes
A British parliamentary committee summons Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions on fake news as authorities step up efforts to determine whether data has been improperly used to influence elections.
The government argues AT&T's proposed purchase of Time Warner, parent of CNN, is bad for consumers. If the judge agrees, the case could change the course of history for the media industry.
San Francisco could become the largest US city to ban the sale of fur, meaning no more fur salons at upscale department stores and no more key chains with real rabbit feet