How Trump Gave the Supreme Court a Second Chance on Japanese Internment
The president’s travel ban gives Anthony Kennedy an opening to right a historical wrong.
Items ordered returned to former suspect
Abuse charges against nuclear expert were dropped after investigation
'Why Are We So Angry?' The Atlantic on politics in 2018
Anger has become less episodic and more persistent in daily life, argues journalist Charles Duhigg in his latest piece for The Atlantic. Duhigg joins Morning Joe to discuss his research anger and its impact on politics.
Rigging of Foreign Exchange Market Makes Felons of Top Banks
Traders, including some who called themselves “the cartel,” colluded to manipulate the foreign exchange market, federal and state authorities said.
7 are finalists for Luna CC president's job
SANTA FE - Seven finalists to become the new president of Luna Community College in Las Vegas, N.M., include a current department director at the college, four applicants from Texas and one each from California…
How Being Super Prepared For Your Interview Can Still Cost You The Job
Overpreparing isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but you might be missing the point.
Serena Williams drops some “Mama Said Knock You Out” in new Chase ad
The tennis legend gets ready for the U.S. Open by channeling her inner LL Cool J.
These Lamps Illustrate How Lamps Work When You Turn Them On
The Node lamps by Odd Matter Studio are like a sculptural object you might find in a Science Museum, but for your home.
Judge: State in violation of CPS order for a year
A federal judge supervising the state's foster-care system has ordered child-protection officials to immediately comply with a year-old court order prohibiting foster children from being placed in group homes that lacked 24-hour supervision. The development comes as the state has continued to downplay reports of continuing abuse and chronic staffing shortages in a system that faces the possibility of court supervision early next year, as the Legislature convenes to address a plan to increase funding for the troubled programs.
Bill Daily, sidekick on hit 60s and 70s sitcoms, dies at 91
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bill Daily, the comic sidekick to leading men on the sitcoms "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Bob Newhart Show," has died, a family spokesman said Saturday. Daily died of natural causes in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Tuesday, at his home where he had been living with his son, J. Patrick Daily, spokesman Steve Moyer told The Associated Press. Daily was not a household name but he was a household face, familiar to many millions of baby-boomer viewers in the 1960s and '70s from two of the era's biggest shows. He played Major Roger Healy in all five seasons of "I Dream of Jeannie" from 1965 to 1970.