44 Americans on cruise ship test positive for virus

Passengers on two cruise ships in Japan and Cambodia are posing logistical and public health challenges for governments as they try to contain the spread of the virus and repatriate citizens.

Activists, campaigns warn of chaos ahead of Nevada caucuses

Campaign officials, who increasingly fear a debacle similar to the one that occurred in Iowa, say they have not received from the Democratic Party even a basic explanation of how key parts of the process will work.

Trump’s quest to rewrite history of the Russia probe

President Trump is actively seeking to rewrite the narrative that had been meticulously documented by federal law enforcement and intelligence officials.
Andrew Zimmern, left, and chef José Andrés walk on the Mall in Washington in an episode about immigrants. (NBCUniversal)
Andrew Zimmern, left, and chef José Andrés walk on the Mall in Washington in an episode about immigrants. (NBCUniversal)

Andrew Zimmern moves from entertainer to advocate on his new MSNBC food show

“What’s Eating America,” which debuts Sunday night, aims to show how immigration and climate change affect the things we eat.

In the fight over a luxury resort in West Virginia, death threats and illegal voting

In other parts of the state, developers promising a $139 million resort might have been celebrated. Not so in Harpers Ferry, where residents are split into battle-hardened factions.
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An Olympic hockey hero, a violent crime and the specter of brain trauma

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