The FCC has delt a serious and potentially fatal blow to Sinclair's bid to acquire Tribune.
DNI Dan Coats told Andrea Mitchell that he also doesn't know what Trump and Putin said to each other in Helsinki.
Activists are pushing the government to "march in" and break the pharma giant's Truvada patent.
With harvest time looming and prices dropping, farmers appeal to Congress to end the White House-backed trade wars.
People aren't just playing Fortnite either. Viewers watched about 580 million hours of game action in May.
The White House quickly released a statement, noting that Trump "respects the independence of the Fed."
However, the DHS secretary said it would be "foolish" to think Russia stopped meddling in U.S. elections.
The Shinil Group says it hopes to hoist the ship from its depth of more than 0.25 miles within months — but not everyone's convinced there's a treasure.
Ten's bronze at the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014 made him Kazakhstan's first medalist in figure skating.
There are several reasons why Mueller may decide to forgo a presidential grand jury subpoena altogether.
Volcanologists are using a new technique to hear a volcano's internal "music."
The bidding war for Fox is over, but Comcast plans to continue its efforts to acquire a major British TV service.
In his first comments since his meeting with the president, Russia's leader says his country is "open to contacts with the U.S."
NBC News met Zubair Nazeri in Serbia and tracked him for a year as he repeatedly tried to reach the West.
The Raptors are swinging for the fences next season with the addition of Kawhi Leonard, who has made it clear he does not want to stay in Toronto.
Islamic militants disguised as Nigerian soldiers entered an army base and opened fire.
Although the law is largely symbolic, critics say the legislation is racist in origin and verges on apartheid.
Asked by NBC News' Lester Holt at the Aspen Security Forum if he ever thought about quitting his job, FBI chief Chris Wray said, "I'm a low-key, understated guy, but that should not be mistaken for what my spine is made out of."
"The science is clear that a major contributor to childhood obesity is sugary drinks," said Baltimore health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen.
Environmental groups say drinking water could be affected by new Trump administration rules on coal waste. A court challenge was being weighed.
The wildfire began Friday night and was only 5 percent contained by Wednesday afternoon.
Proponents of the proposition have said that splitting the state into three would lead to better federal representation from lawmakers.
Previously, the FBI had said Butina was trying to establish relationships with a "gun rights organization," which NBC News has reported is the NRA.
The penalty is the highest ever imposed on a company for breaching E.U. rules.
"When I was reunited with my son, he just kept looking at me, crying. He wouldn’t talk to me," a father from Honduras said.
In 2004, the world was home to about 9,000 Blockbuster outlets. By 2013, the last remaining corporate-owned stores had closed, but privately owned locations were able to license the Blockbuster brand.
Coaches and administrators were "repeatedly informed" of Strauss's serial sexual abuse, according to the complaint.
The special counsel wants to keep the names secret so the witnesses are not harassed.
"Our community can breath [sic] a sigh of relief this morning," Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo tweeted in response to Rodriguez's capture.
While driving through Big Sur, 23-year-old Angela Hernandez lost control of her car and drove off a 250-foot cliff on July 6. She stayed alive until by chance, hikers discovered her seriously injured.
The mass killing was in retaliation after a villager was recently killed by crocodile.
The two employees who were involved are "no longer employed by CVS Health," the company said in a statement on Monday.
Cave explorer Vern Unsworth said Musk's mini-submarine device was a "PR stunt."
Trump told reporters at a joint press conference with May on Friday that he had given the British leader a suggestion that she found too “brutal.”
German police said 33 of the 189 passengers on board were taken to a nearby hospital after complaining of headaches, ear pain and nausea.
Months of unrest pitting pro-government forces against protesters has claimed some 300 lives.
"In over a 100-year period, we've never had any incident like this," the Audubon Nature Institute CEO said.