New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is being charged in Palm Beach County after being caught in a sex sting, according to police. Jupiter police said Friday he’s being charged with the solicitation of a prostitute, CBS Miami reported.
Chicago’s top police officer expressed anger and frustration Thursday over what he called Jussie Smollett’s “shameful” attempt to fabricate a hate crime for a “publicity stunt.”
President Trump urged Nicolas Maduro’s military regime in Venezuela to allow humanitarian aid into the country and reiterated that all options are on the table in a speech that hit home both his international and domestic agenda.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially launched her presidential campaign Saturday morning, over a month after she announced an exploratory committee to test the viability of a bid for the White House.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is not resigning, his communications director, Ofirah Yheskel, told CBS News on Saturday, as he faced mounting pressure to step down over a racist yearbook photo.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is joining the 2020 Democratic presidential contest, announcing his campaign on Friday with a tweet and an emailed video to supporters.
Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone has been indicted by a federal grand jury and arrested, the special counsel’s office announced Friday morning.
California Sen. Kamala Harris is throwing her hat into the Democratic primary for president, bypassing the formal exploratory stage and going all-in.
In a Sunday morning tweetstorm, President Donald Trump lashed out at Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Democrats for rejecting his proposal offering temporary protections to some undocumented immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion in border security funding.
His friends ask Duane Brown if he is nuts. What he is, is an aviation fanatic, who recently – with the mentality of a marathon runner – elbowed his way to the starting line, along with 160 other passengers, for the latest launch of the world’s longest flight: New York to Singapore, a more than 9,500-mile trek connecting two of the world’s financial capitals in a mere 19 or so hours.
The partial government shutdown glided into its third week Saturday with no end in sight.
Roger Federer won the bragging rights over fellow tennis great Serena Williams as they faced each other on court for the first time on Tuesday, with Federer spearheading Switzerland’s 4-2, 4-3 (3) victory in a mixed doubles decider at the Hopman Cup.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren took a formal step toward a potential 2020 presidential campaign Monday morning, announcing in an email to supporters and video message on social media that she is forming an exploratory committee to test the viability of a bid for the White House.
Americans buoyed by a strong economy pushed holiday sales growth to a six-year high.
Dramatic video posted on social media appeared to show concertgoers screaming as tsunami waves crashed into a beachside concert in Indonesia, sweeping band members off a collapsing stage.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent surgery Friday to remove two cancerous nodules from her lung.
A recent study from Merrill Lynch found that 79 percent of parents continue to serve as the “family bank” for their grown-up children, paying for big-ticket items like college and weddings, but also for smaller, everyday expenses
Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi vowed to pass legislation that would put so-called Dreamers — young undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children — on a pathway to citizenship when her party retakes control of Congress’ lower chamber in January.
President Trump has a busy schedule with world leaders as he arrives in Argentina for the G-20 summit. But one planned meeting will not happen after all.
Nancy Pelosi secured the overwhelming support of her fellow House Democrats in her bid for speaker of the House, winning over key holdouts while looking ahead to a vote by the full House in January.