Puerto Rico fires 2 more officials over supplies found in warehouseA total of three people have been fired in the fallout over some emergency aid that has been allegedly stored away since Hurricane Maria struck the island in 2017.
Billionaires now control as much wealth as 4.6 billion other people combinedThe average wages for workers in developed countries rose 3% from 2011 to 2017, but dividends rose 31%, according to Oxfam.
World's billionaires hold more wealth than 4.6 billion peopleThe world's 2,153 billionaires have as much wealth as 60% of the world's population, anti-poverty group Oxfam says.
Puerto Rico governor fires emergency directorSome of the aid has allegedly been sitting in the warehouse since Hurricane Maria struck in 2017.
Gayle King drives with Billie Eilish, dines with Lizzo in Grammy special"We got to know them," King says of the Grammy nominees featured in "The Gayle King Grammy Special" airing Thursday at 10/9c on CBS
Biden accuses Sanders campaign of sharing "doctored" video of him attacking Social SecuritySanders staffers and supporters recently shared a short clip of a 2018 speech that made it appear that Biden was agreeing with Paul Ryan about privatizing Social Security.
Sanders says seniors support Biden "because Joe is a nice guy"The Vermont senator has been criticizing the former vice president's record on Social Security in the weeks leading up to the Iowa caucuses.
U.S. marking MLK Day as fears of deep racial divisions roil the nationMood surrounding MLK Day is overshadowed by deteriorating race relations in an election season that has seen candidates of color quit the 2020 race.
Lizzo on Lakers outfit critics: "I stay in my own positive bubble"The rapper, singer and classically trained flutist responds to criticism over her revealing thong outfit at Sunday's Lakers-Timberwolves game.
Missouri couple married for nearly 65 years die on the same dayJack and Harriet Morrison's beds were placed next to each other in their finals hours, allowing them to hold hands.
1/19: Nadler, Cornyn, CohnToday on "Face the Nation", the impeachment probe into President Trump enters its next phase as the stage is set for a partisan battle in the Senate.
He started college behind bars. Now he wants to give back.Dameon Stackhouse was six years into his prison sentence when he learned he would have a shot at earning his college degree.