President Barack Obama touted lower joblessness and slightly higher wages as the unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in 8 years. He said the U.S. 'has the strongest, most durable economy in the world' while acknowledging global headwinds.
Enjoy this flashback to an album Bernie Sanders recorded in 1987 calling for peace and justice.
During the New Hampshire Democratic town hall, Sen. Bernie Sanders joked about being "Saturday Night Live" host Larry David and poked fun at his singing abilities.
The horses at Warm Springs Ranch are bred, groomed and trained to become the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.
At one point, ISIS was making $40 million a month from its oil operations. But the United States has been targeting sites like this, driving ISIS out. Clarissa Ward tours the now defunct facility, which was partially used as a prison for women and children.
Unemployment is back below 5% for the first time since 2008. But hiring is slowing down. Christine Romans breaks down the January jobs report.
Martin Shkreli, dubbed the 'most hated man in America,' refused to answer lawmakers' questions at a House Oversight Committee hearing.
The "text talk" campaign aims to educate people on how to recognize signs of domestic abuse and how to help victims.
Hans Jakob Hegge, Statoil CFO, discusses the pressure on the oil industry as prices hover in the low thirties.