On Friday, Martha talks to Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald about the Jayme Closs kidnapping and updates us on what's going on with the teen, while lawmakers walk out for the weekend on the longest government shutdown in history, and Ocasio-Cortez mocks Joe Liberman after he says she's not the future.
A woman in China was recently diagnosed with a rare hearing-loss condition that prevents her from hearing men’s voices.
The future is electric.
Pompeo discusses the Trump administration's efforts to bring stability to a very unstable region; State Department correspondent Rich Edson reports from Cairo, Egypt.
President Trump signals that he won't wait forever for congressional action to meet his demands for border security and end the partial government shutdown.
It is a “miracle” Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin teenager who had been missing for the last three months, has been found alive, Elizabeth Smart wrote on social media Friday.
As to the investigation into how a woman who has been in a vegetative state for nearly a decade was impregnated continues, at least one expert said it’s possible that staffers were unaware of the impending childbirth because the patient may not have shown any outward signs of pregnancy.
Trump holds roundtable on border security at the White House, calls on Democrats to 'come back to Washington and vote.'
South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott says that he is willing to negotiate other immigration reforms as long as a wall is still included.
Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun's case has highlighted the cause of women's rights in Saudi Arabia. Several female Saudis fleeing abuse by their families have been caught trying to seek asylum abroad in recent years and returned home. Human rights activists say many similar cases have gone unreported.
The Florida Board of Medicine says a West Palm Beach surgeon has agreed to pay a $3,000 fine for removing a woman's healthy kidney that he thought was a tumor.
Kelly Engelhardt, whose brother and sister-in-law were murdered, says her family is overjoyed and extremely grateful for the safe recovery of her niece, Jayme Closs.
Director of Safe Horizon’s Immigration Law Project Evangeline Chen says she does not believe a wall is effective in combating the human trafficking issue.
John Yoo says no court has ever overturned a presidential finding of a national emergency.
Legal analyst Jonna Spilbor says the safe return of missing Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs was nothing short of a miracle.
Sarah Hyland opened up about her battle with depression while going through a series of health issues including undergoing two kidney transplants.
lifornia Democrat Rep. John Garamendi says that how to best to secure the border still needs to negotiated.