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Stein: Watergate tapes 'one tiny little thing'

While defending President Trump's decision to skip the White House Correspondence Dinner, Ben Stein said that the media is "trying to do to Trump what they did to Nixon" during the Watergate scandal.

Neighbor: Bar attack suspect a 'drunken mess…

A longtime neighbor says a suburban Kansas City man accused of shooting two Indian immigrants and a third man at a bar was a heavy drinker who became a "drunken mess" after his father died

DWI suspected in crash that hurt 28 at New…

Police say a man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City section of New Orleans is being investigated for driving while intoxicated

Trump administration blocks changes on coal…

The Interior Department has put on hold changes to how it values coal extracted from public lands after mining companies sued in federal court to challenge the rules

Car crashes into Mardi Gras crowd, injuring at…

Police say driver was intoxicated

Sean Spicer on Priebus' conversations with FBI…

White House press secretary explains on 'Justice with Judge Jeanine'

Taliban leader encourages people to plant trees

The Taliban's leader has just issued a statement calling on Afghans to plant more trees.

New Orleans police chief says one person in custody after vehicle plows into parade crowd; terrorism not suspected

New Orleans police chief says one person in custody after vehicle plows into parade crowd; terrorism not suspected

How to Buy a Fridge You Won't Hate

Shopping for a new refrigerator, but overwhelmed by all of the options? Our buying guide is here to help!

Pick-up truck hits crowd in New Orleans

A vehicle has driven into a crowd at a Mardi Gras parade in the US city of New Orleans, leaving 28 people injured, some seriously. It hit crowds watching the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City district early on Saturday evening. Russell Trott reports.

The New York Times Illustrated Interview…

From The New York Times: The silver-haired host of ‘'Anderson Cooper 360°’' on CNN, whose book 'The Rainbow Comes and Goes' recently came out in paperback, sketched his answers with a pen in his New York office. By GABÉ DOPPELT.

Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez Voted National…

Democrats elected former Labor Secretary Tom Perez as their new national chairman on Saturday over a liberal Minnesota congressman after a divisive campaign that reflected the depths of the party's electoral failures.

New bipartisan report tackles national security…

Fmr. National Security Advisor to George W. Bush, Stephen Hadley, and Amb. Martin Indyk join Morning Joe to discuss a new bipartisan report on national security.

The politics of the Oscars

Ann Hornaday and Ted Johnson discuss how politics will be on full-display at the Oscars.

CPAC or TPAC: Whose Conservative Party Is it?

ICYMI: Catch up on the highlights from MSNBC's MTP Daily with Chuck Todd

Instagram's New Feature Is Worth 10 Photos

Say goodbye to awkward grids on Instagram! Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

Letter-writing former Iran president pens…

Iran's former hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has sent a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump, discussing immigration, America's wars in the Middle East and other topics

Police: Car plows into parade crowd in New Orleans; 12 hurt

Police say 12 people were injured when a vehicle plowed into a crowd watching the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City section of New Orleans

Regulator: China needs to rein in risky stock…

A Chinese regulator says Beijing needs to rein in risky behavior by financial industries following market turmoil in 2015 that battered investors

Supreme Court weighs law banning sex offenders from Facebook

The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up the case of a North Carolina man who beat a traffic ticket and posted about his victory on Facebook, a place he was forbidden to be

Why US Forests Growing Farther Apart Is Bad News

U.S. forests are shrinking, and that can affect biodiversity, local climates and a slew of other things.

Trump still has to fill nearly 2,000 vacancies

Nearly 2,000 appointed positions in the administration of President Donald Trump remain vacant, leaving many agencies with large staffing gaps waiting to be filled, according to data reviewed by CNN. Professor David B. Cohen discusses how this hinders governing.

Appealing to millennials, Las Vegas gets e-sports…

A 200-seat arena for competitive video gaming is Las Vegas' newest effort to attract millennials