Most Americans probably know Matthew Boyd as a pitcher for the Detroit Tigers, but he has passion in life far away from the ballpark. Matthew and his wife Ashley focus much of their time on “Kingdom Home,”
Studies have found a link between parents’ screentime and kids’ behavior, with one report finding that parents average more than nine hours a day on their phones. NBC’s Kate Snow talks to families and
The Democratic presidential candidate also said fighting rising anti-Semitism "must be a bipartisan cause." WASHINGTON — Pete Buttigieg told a group of influential liberal Jewish leaders on Thursday that
Museum operators hope "Enquiring minds" in Tennessee want to know more about tabloid news. Good taste won't be the star attraction at Tennessee's newest tourist attraction, but operators of the National
The tragic fall is the latest in a series of deaths involving photos or selfies, and comes as authorities continue to warn the public to exercise caution while taking pictures in locations that can be
FAA holds summit on Boeing 737 Max, says no ‘target’ date on a fix The FAA held an international summit with aviation regulators about what it would take to clear the Boeing 737 Max to fly again. The chief
House Speaker Pelosi’s comments came hours after Trump said he has been “watching Crazy Nancy...for a long period of time,” and that “she is not the same person -- she has lost it.” Pelosi says Trump to
John Walker Lindh, called the “American Taliban” after he was arrested while fighting with the group two months after September 11, was sentenced to 20 years but qualified for time off for good behavior.
It is apparently the first time the U.S. government has brought Espionage charges against someone who published classified information, as the charges are traditionally filed against government employees
Deadly tornadoes left a path of destruction in Missouri, tearing apart homes and slamming the capital Jefferson City with the strongest tornado its ever seen. New storm threat this evening after ‘violent
"This is madness. It is the end of national security journalism and the first amendment," WikiLeaks tweeted shortly after the charges were announced. The Department of Justice announced 17 new charges
"When the 'extremely stable genius' starts acting more presidential, I’ll be happy to work with him on infrastructure, trade and other issues," Pelosi shot back on Twitter. WASHINGTON — President Donald
The Sky News crew said they were "deliberately tracked and targeted" while reporting on fighting in Idlib province, the last rebel stronghold in Syria. Sky News journalists run for cover after ‘targeted’
The bailout is the second aid package issued to help the agriculture industry as tensions with China remain high. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Thursday announced a $16 billion aid package for
Frederick Pohl, 40, who worked at the Magic Kingdom, allegedly sent explicit photos of himself and arranged to meet with the child at an Orlando hotel. A Walt Disney World employee is charged with trying
Dubbed 1999 KW4, the "binary" space rock will skim past our planet harmlessly at a distance of 3 million miles. A big asteroid and its tiny companion moon will zoom harmlessly past Earth this weekend.
IndyCar medical director said that a "very limited supply" of vaccines will be available to fans at the race. Some fans attending Sunday's Indianapolis 500 can get measles vaccines at the track's infield
In an effort to support America’s farmers and ranchers, President Trump announced on Thursday he directed Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue to give $16 billion in relief aid to support U.S. agriculture.
“The amount of our budget that goes toward our safety systems is greater than Twitter’s whole revenue this year,” Zuckerberg said. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday shined a spotlight on the company’s
NBC’s Sarah Harman travels to Tbilisi, Georgia to find two women who have fled Saudi Arabia by hacking a controversial app. Absher: How did two women used the 'wife-tracking' app to gain freedom Absher:
The mother of four was shot in the back of her head. OXFORD, Miss. — A Mississippi city has fired a police officer charged in the killing of a woman with whom he was romantically involved. An Oxford Police