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The Latest: Prosecutor uses Joe Arpaio's words…

The criminal trial of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio has opened with a federal prosecutor using the former lawman's news releases and TV interviews against him

Rabbi, several others arrested in public benefits…

Authorities: New Jersey rabbi and his wife and 3 other couples charged in a conspiracy to defraud Medicaid and other public assistance programs of over $1 million

California's giant water tunnels win first…

U.S. wildlife agencies have given critical first approval to California's ambitious $16 billion project to build two massive tunnels that would re-engineer the water system in the nation's most populous state

Should the cameras be on during the WH press…

Political panel debates the plan for the briefs

Breaking down SCOTUS cases under the Trump…

The high court sides with a church in a religious-rights case

AP sources: US to say China among worst on human…

AP sources: Trump administration plans to downgrade China in its latest report on human trafficking, putting the Asian power in the same category as North Korea, Zimbabwe and Syria

Lawsuit: School didn't prevent assaults on 3-year-old girl

A Muslim community in Connecticut is facing allegations that it failed to prevent several sexual assaults of a 3-year-old girl in 2015 by an older boy at a private school it runs on its property

Nintendo announces the SNES classic

For $80, you'll get 21 games, two controllers and a teeny, tiny console in September.

India and America: A love affair

Indians share their fondness for US music, culture, fast food - and President Donald Trump.

The New York Times - Supreme Court Takes On Trump…

From The New York Times: Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, explains the court’s decision to hear arguments on the legality of the Trump administration’s travel ban. The court also left part of the executive order in effect.By: By A.J. CHAVAR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2u9dTPN

What To Know About the Martin Shkreli Trial

Even with his federal securities fraud trial set to begin Monday, Martin Shkreli has blatantly defied his attorneys' advice to lay low.

NYT lists every lie Trump has told as president

The New York Times attempted to catalog every lie Donald Trump has told as president by running a full page in its Sunday Opinion section. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

Obama struggled to punish Russia for election…

According to a new report by the Washington Post, President Obama debated for months on whether to punish Russia for their election attack.

Panel: Is Healthcare Overhaul About Politics or…

George Will, Helene Cooper, Mark Leibovich and Hallie Jackson join the MTP Panel to discuss the Senate's newly unveiled healthcare draft.

Police officer fatally shoots suspect; family wants video

A South Carolina police officer has shot and wounded an armed robbery suspect

The Latest: Confederate monument in St. Louis…

Crews have started dismantling a divisive Confederate monument in a sprawling park near downtown St. Louis after the city and the Missouri Civil War Museum reached an agreement to have it moved

Supreme Court To Decide Colorado Same-Sex Wedding…

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider if a Colorado baker discriminated against a same-sex couple by refusing to make a wedding cake for them.

Germany's Merkel doesn't tweet, but checks Trump on Twitter

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she doesn't really do Twitter, but sometimes visits the site to check out what U.S. President Donald Trump has to say

The Latest: Baby Doe's mother to be sentenced…

The mother of a 2-year-old girl who became known as Baby Doe after her remains were found on a Boston Harbor island will be sentenced this week in connection with the girl's death

Vandals obliterate info on Emmett Till marker in…

Vandals have obliterated information about Emmett Till on a historical marker in Mississippi

3 accused in child's death held over for grand…

A judge ordered three Mississippi teenagers charged in connection with the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy to be held until a grand jury considers whether to indict them