The people of the small, Northern California Gold Rush town of Mariposa are slowly making their way back home after a wildfire left the place a ghost town for most of the week. Some 61 homes have been destroyed by the blaze.
White House chief of staff discusses working with the new White House communications director, provides insight about the president's agenda on 'Hannity'
Thousands are gathering in the Venezuelan capital for a march toward the embattled nation's Supreme Court in an escalating push to stop President Nicolas Maduro from proceeding with his plans to rewrite the constitution
The Cleveland Museum of Art has organized an exhibition of Japanese and Korean art bequeathed to the museum by the former co-owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team
Writer Ben Mezrich joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book 'Woolly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of History’s Most Iconic Extinct Creatures.'
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.
Authorities say an Ohio woman has been killed when a deer struck and sent airborne by a motorist traveling in the opposite direction smashed into the windshield of her family's car
The young Canadian lived an apparently quiet life for more than a year with his Thai girlfriend, but the flashy cars he drove stood out. Authorities say Alexandre Cazes was the mastermind of AlphaBay, the world's leading "darknet" internet marketplace.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned after President Donald Trump named a new White House communications director, capping off a rollercoaster six-month tenure as the chief spokesman for an administration besieged by a steady drumbeat of controversy. CNN's Sara Murray reports.
The commissioner of the Vermont Environmental Conservation Department is expected next week to release language for a proposed rule aimed at solving a clash between a rowing center and cottage owners over use of a waterway they share in Vermont