Homeland security officials said Wednesday that Russians appeared to target voter registration data of 21 states. Only Illinois and Arizona have said they were attacked. The officials all said there was no evidence any votes were actually changed. But the scope of Russia's efforts was staggering, reports Jeff Pegues.
Video released Tuesday shows the moment when officer Jeronimo Yanez stopped Philando Castile for a broken tail light in Minnesota last July. Yanez was acquitted last week. During the trial, Yanez said he feared for his life, and thought Castile was pulling out a gun he was licensed to carry. Mireya Villarreal has more.
For the first time in eight days, press secretary Sean Spicer allowed cameras to record the White House press briefing. But Spicer couldn't answer key questions, such as whether President Trump agrees with the intelligence community's assessment that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Julianna Goldman has more.
President Trump told a group of technology leaders Tuesday that he hopes the Senate's health care bill will have more "heart" than the House version does. The bill, however, is being crafted behind closed doors, resulting in mounting frustration among senators from both parties. Nancy Cordes has more.
Voters in Atlanta's northern suburbs went to the polls Tuesday for a special election to fill the House seat that was vacated by Tom Price when he became secretary of Health and Human Services. President Trump barely won the district in November, and some are looking at Tuesday's vote as a referendum on him. Mark Strassmann reports.