Speaking on CNBC, former Mexican president Felipe Calderon slammed Donald Trump's claims that he will make Mexico pay for a wall along the Mexico-U.S. border.
The gun industry's trade association has launched efforts in a handful of U.S. statehouses seeking to restrict discrimination by financial institutions
A squirrel caused a power disruption in Tulsa, Oklahoma for over 5,500 people. Apparently that's not a rare occurrence. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has posted a dashcam video of a truck driving on the shoulder and dangerously cutting in front of a working snow plow; the agency’s message to “bow to the plow” has been viewed more than 1.7 million times.
Among 10 Things to Know for Tuesday: Donald Trump lashes out at his opponents while Bernie Sanders plays it safe on the eve of the nation's first primary; Saudi Arabia offers to put boots on the ground in Syria to fight the Islamic State
Former Mexico President Felipe Calderón spoke out against Donald Trump's proposed wall on the southern border. Here's a hint: He's not having it.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is meeting Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and other Turkish officials for talks on reducing the influx of migrants to Europe
An Indianapolis police report says the driver of a school bus that struck and killed a principal last month got out of the driver's seat without putting on the parking brake
Eli Manning's weird and emotionless reaction to his brother, Peyton, winning the Super Bowl has people going in on the New York Giants Quarterback. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the FBI's probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state is free of outside political influence
As Donald Trump's supporters wait in frigid temperatures to see him, the Republican front-runner has increased his campaign stops in New Hampshire. CNN's Sara Murray reports.
California drivers are paying about 76 cents more for a gallon of gas than the rest of the country, and a state government panel was told here are different reasons _ a high state gas tax, more rigorous regulation and perhaps gouging by oil companies