Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., suggested he's not going to resign from his Senate seat amid federal corruption charges and predicted he'd be cleared of wrongdoing.
Wall Street stocks edged up Monday as investors assessed the Fed's path and a possible government shutdown.
A spokesperson for Fox News confirmed the network did not report the aircraft landed in Cuba.
John Fetterman is the first Democratic senator to have called on Bob Menendez to step down amid corruption and bribery charges.
In honor of World Frontotemporal Dementia Awareness week, Emma Heming Willis, wife of actor Bruce Willis, joined TODAY for an exclusive interview, her first on TV since her husband was diagnosed with the condition.
“He has a right to due process and a fair trial,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said of Menendez.
Ghana's former trade minister said on Monday he would resign from the ruling party and run as an independent candidate during the next presidential election in December 2024, dividing a government faced with dwindling support as it grapples with the worst economic crisis in a generation. Alan Kyeremanten, who has served twice as trade minister for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), made the announcement at a briefing and said his contributions were not appreciated. "The (NPP) party has been hijacked by a selected group of party leaders and elders," he said.
Folk artists Martin Simpson and Thomm Jutz combine to offer a real oldies collection, with ballads that date back generations and have roots on both sides of the Atlantic. It’s music that still resonates today, as shown in these compelling new interpretations by Simpson and Jutz. “Nothing But Green Willow: The Songs of Mary Sands and Jane Gentry” will be released Friday.
British police confirmed Monday they are now looking into "a number of allegations of sexual offenses" against controversial comedian Russell Brand both in London and in the rest of the country.
House Republicans' efforts to pass four spending bills would not avert a government shutdown.
With just days until the deadline to keep the government open, here's a look at the 14 shutdowns that have occurred since 1980.
The U.S. military said Monday it had captured an operator for the Islamic State extremist group during a helicopter raid in northern Syria. The operator, Abu Halil al-Fad’ani, “was assessed to have relationships throughout the ISIS network in the region,” U.S. Central Command said in a statement. The U.S. has approximately 900 troops in Syria focused on countering the remnants of the Islamic State group, which had held a wide swath of Syria until 2019.
A white supremacist who killed 23 people at an El Paso Walmart in 2019 has been ordered to pay $5.5 million in restitution.
Former President Trump’s White House chief of staff burned numerous documents at the tail end of the administration out of fear that the “deep state” would obtain them, his former assistant writes in a new memoir.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals launched a new trade organization on Monday, focused on strengthening Latino representation and business growth opportunities in the construction industry.
What the WGA's tentative agreement means for screenwriters
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JetBlue flight 1256 flying in from Guayaquil, Ecuador to Fort Lauderdale experienced "sudden severe turbulence" as it neared Florida, a JetBlue official told CBS News.
If you're suddenly seeing ChatGPT everywhere, you're not alone. Confused on what it is and how to use it — or whether you should? Here;s everything to know.
Sea ice that packs the ocean around Antarctica hit record low levels this winter, the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) said on Monday, adding to scientists' fears that the impact of climate change at the southern pole is ramping up. Researchers warn the shift can have dire consequences for animals like penguins who breed and rear their young on the sea ice, while also hastening global warming by reducing how much sunlight is reflected by white ice back into space. Antarctic sea ice extent peaked this year on Sept. 10, when it covered 16.96 million square kilometers (6.55 million square miles), the lowest winter maximum since satellite records began in 1979, the NSIDC said.