Facebook is under fire for fake news — articles that are not true, but go viral anyway — on its website. CEO Mark Zuckerberg says fake news isn't a problem, but Facebook is taking steps to block it.
Gwen Ifill — host of Washington Week and PBS NewsHour — has died at age 61. She leaves a legacy as a pioneer among women and African-American journalists — and as a mentor to younger journalists.
The lead up to the presidential election saw GOP congressional leaders in conflict with their nominee. After winning the White House and retaining control of the Senate and House, are they united?
President Obama is making his first official visit to Greece. He'll also visit Germany and Peru. Obama says he will reassure U.S. allies that President-elect Donald Trump remains committed to them.
Native Americans and supporters fighting the pipeline got a reprieve on Monday when the Army Corps of Engineers delayed a key decision on whether to let construction go ahead.
David Greene talks to Mary Beth Long, a senior Pentagon official during the George W. Bush administration, who signed a letter opposing Donald Trump's candidacy, and then changed her position.
Lupita Tovar became a pioneer of Mexican cinema. Her career began in the silent film era. In 1931, she co-starred in Universal's Spanish-language version of Dracula.
The state's Supreme Court hears a case on Tuesday of a florist who refused service to a gay couple getting married. Her religious liberty claim conflicts with the state's non-discrimination laws.
Facebook is under fire for fake news — articles that are not true, but go viral anyway — on the app. CEO Mark Zuckerberg says fake news is not a problem, but the company is taking steps to block it.
Donald Trump told CBS he plans to build a barrier on the U.S.-Mexico border. Adding he's not going to round up all unauthorized immigrants as he vowed during the campaign — just the law breakers.
As families flee from the ISIS-held areas around the Iraqi city of Mosul, they're put in detention. Relatives who were displaced long ago crowd the other side of the fence trying to visit with them.
The former Vermont governor is lobbying to be Democratic National Committee chairman, a position he held in the run-up to President Obama being elected. David Greene talks to Dean about his strategy.
If Trump keeps his promise to do away with the Iran deal, it won't be the first time a Republican administration drops an arms deal inked by Democrats. Something similar happened under George W. Bush.
The Yashim detective series features an intrepid sleuth chasing mysteries in 19th century Istanbul. He cooks while he puzzles over clues. Readers who clamored for the recipes have gotten their wish.
City officials aren't running the Instagram account but they would like to know who is. They're cool with the account — but they would like the person to stop linking to the city's website.
She got a head start cleaning for Thanksgiving. She tackled the living room and then taped up sign reading it was closed until Thanksgiving, and special permission was needed for her kids to use it.
Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery talks about race in the Obama presidency and under President-elect Trump. Lowery was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team for reporting about police shootings.
A report finds many juveniles accused of crimes never see a lawyer or receive ineffective legal advice. It finds if they do get an attorney, it is usually the least experienced or the most burned out.
Retired Army Colonel Peter Mansoor once said Donald Trump would be a "foreign policy disaster for the United States." David Greene asks him how does he think President-elect Donald Trump will manage?
As Iraqi forces move into Mosul, they face resistance from ISIS fighters. In Syria, local forces have started an operation to recapture Raqqa, the defacto capital of ISIS.