Among 10 Things to Know: Suspect due in Texas court after 9 die in sweltering truck; Trump son-in-law Kushner heads to Congress in Russia probe; Taliban suicide car bombing in Kabul kills 24 people
An American university student is free after being detained for a week by Chinese authorities for allegedly injuring a taxi driver who was roughing up his mother during a fare dispute
It could take months for investigators to determine exactly how and why a scheme to smuggle dozens of Mexicans into the United States ended with the deaths of 10 in a tractor-trailer discovered in Texas
In this week's wrap-up, Samsung announces an official date for its Note 8 event. Meanwhile, Elon Musk tweets about building a new way to get from NY to DC.
The publication of a letter calling for the BBC to deal with a gender pay gap is not about demanding "whacking great pay rises for women", the organiser of the letter says.
Adm. James Stavridis and Richard Haass join Morning Joe to discuss U.S. policy on Syria and Russia, specifically a CIA program to fund anti-Assad rebels that Trump is ending.
President Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow tells Chuck “there was nothing illegal to cover up” about Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russians during the campaign. Plus, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) talks developments on the health care bill.
Ford Motor Company has hired a team of experts to help them eliminate the iconic "new car smell" for cars being sold in China. TC Newman has the story.
Democrats are trying to bounce back from their November election losses and rebrand themselves, rolling out a populist new message under the headline "A Better Deal."
The International Monetary Fund has revised down its 2017 growth forecast for the British economy following a weak first quarter that suggested the country's exit from the European Union was starting to weigh on consumers and businesses