According to his proposal, children under the age of 3 would be eligible for "free full-day, full-week, high-quality child care."
A New Jersey-based hedge fund is expected to take over, ending 163 years of family control.
Facebook and its subsidiary, Instagram, accounted for at least 85% of all submissions.
Minnesota utility regulators approved a revised environmental review for replacing an aging crude oil pipeline.
Notice of Michele Kelemen's removal follows NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly's interview with Pompeo and reports of a heated exchange between the two.
The BBC reported the company will pay over $3.3 billion in fines.
Lehrer co-created "PBS NewsHour" in 1975 and anchored the show for 36 years.
The rapper reportedly went into convulsions at Chicago's Midway Airport last month before dying in a local hospital.
Protestors pack the streets of Richmond, Virginia Monday.
This is the latest set of documents from House Democrats, as they continue to uncover more evidence on the possible surveillance of Yovanovitch.
Kristina Kvien, the former deputy chief of mission, has taken over in the interim.
The Senate approved both spending packages to keep the government funded through Sept. 30.
At a rally in Michigan, President Trump responded to House Democrats' impeachment vote with anger, calling it a "suicide march."
The CDC said it's received reports of 30 people across 13 states being infected with a multidrug-resistant strain of bacteria.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is ordering a lower court to decide whether the rest of the health-care law still stands.
Uber has agreed to create a system that will identify employees who have been the subject of numerous harassment complaints.
Democratic and Republican lawyers laid out their respective cases for and against impeaching President Donald Trump on Monday.
The House of Representatives could vote on articles of impeachment before the end of the year.
According to a newly released FBI report, TVs equipped with internet and facial recognition capabilities are easier to hack.
Syracuse University students want the school's chancellor to resign following a series of racist and anti-Semitic incidents on campus.
Netanyahu has been charged with one count of bribery and three counts of fraud and breach of trust.
The World Health Organization found 81% of adolescents worldwide aren't getting enough exercise, and that there's a gender gap for activity worldwide.