Why “idiot” google search term elici...
Why “idiot” google search term elicits Trump images
Democratic Representative Zoe Lofgren asked Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai on Tuesday during a House Judiciary Committee hearing why an image of President Trump comes up when she googles the word "idiot" in her smart phone. Pichai explains why. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
May seeks Europe's help in Brexit debacle
Theresa May meets European leaders hoping they can come to the rescue of her Brexit deal, the day after she cancelled a vote on it, certain she would lose.
'The Guardians' named Time person of the year
Time magazine on Tuesday named journalists, including a slain Saudi Arabian writer and a pair of Reuters reporters imprisoned by Myanmar's government, as its "Person of the Year," in a cover story headlined "The Guardians and the War on Truth." Linda So reports.
U.S. arrests faith leaders, activists at border
Kneeling in front of riot police, 32 religious leaders and activists were arrested at the U.S. border fence in San Diego on Monday during a protest to support the Central American migrant caravan.
The score on the Uber-Lyft race to the market
Uber and smaller rival Lyft are driving side-by-side on the road to a stock market debut, and that may not bode well for Lyft as investors decide where to place their bets in the ride-hailing sector.
Two arrested in separate Ohio attack plots
The FBI's Jeff Fortunato says a man, Damon Joseph and a woman, Elizabeth Macron - both from Ohio - have been arrested in two separate terror plots. Joseph was allegedly planning a mass shooting at a Toledo area synagogue while Macron is accused of plotting an attack on a Toledo bar, pipeline or farm. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
U.S. calls off search for missing Marines
Five missing U.S. Marines have been officially declared dead after the military called off a search effort following last week's accident off the coast of Japan.
Huawei CFO heads back to Canadian court
A top executive at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is set to return to a Vancouver courtroom on Tuesday, as the judge weighs final issues in determining whether she should be freed on bail while awaiting extradition proceedings.
Trump defends hush money as Cohen faces prison
Trump says there's nothing wrong with hush money payments to women who claim to have slept with him, calling it a 'simple private transaction.' But the lawyer who cut the checks faces up to five years in prison, and prosecutors are now saying Trump himself was involved.
Accused Russian agent Butina may plead guilty
Accused Russian agent Maria Butina appeared poised this week to plead guilty in the case, after her lawyers and prosecutors filed a joint motion asking a federal judge on Monday to schedule a change of plea hearing this week. Vanessa Johnston has the story.
U.S. top court, Kavanaugh side with Planned Parenthood
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program. Gavino Garay reports.
Comey calls for anti-Trump "landslide" in 2020
During an interview on Sunday at the 92Y New York Community Center, former FBI Director James Comey called on Americans to "use every breath" to unseat President Trump in the 2020 election. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Macron offers concessions amid Paris protests
French President Emmanuel Macron offered concessions in a bid to quell chaotic protests that have gripped Paris in recent weeks - but also condemned violence and vowed he would not make any U-turns.
Year's worth of snowfall fell in NC: gov
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says a deadly snow storm that pummeled the state over the weekend dropped "a year's worth of snowfall" in some places. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Search intensifies for missing Colorado mom
A nationwide search is intensifying for a young Colorado mother who went missing on Thanksgiving. Linda So reports.
Investors with $32 trillion in assets demand climate action
Global investors managing $32 trillion in assets have called on governments to accelerate steps to combat climate change, as policymakers meet for talks at a United Nations conference in Poland.
Facing defeat, UK's May postpones key Brexit vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May abruptly decided on Monday to delay a key parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal after repeated warnings she faced a rout. Now Britain's plan to withdraw from the EU is, once again, anything but certain.
'Fearless Girl' statue gets permanent home
The famed statue of the 'Fearless Girl' that was installed in New York's financial district staring down Wall Street’s “Charging Bull”, has a new home in front of the New York Stock Exchange. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Huawei CFO seeks bail on health concerns
Detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou argues she should be released on bail in Canada over health concerns while waiting on a hearing for extradition to the U.S. She faces U.S. accusations of misleading banks, thus putting them at risk of violating U.S. sanctions on Iran.
Top Dem says Trump may face jail over hush money
U.S. President Donald Trump could face jail time if hush money payments reported by his former lawyer are proven to be campaign finance violations, top Democratic Adam Schiff said on Sunday.