Of all the wealth created last year, 82% went to the richest 1%, according to a new report from Oxfam International.
"The News With Dan Rather," a 30-minute show that The Young Turks Network is billing as an "untraditional evening newscast," premieres Monday.
If Congress doesn't reopen the government soon, the Securities and Exchange Commission offices will start emptying out quick.
So far the president has not committed to a Super Bowl Sunday sit-down interview. But he likes to be "unpredictable," Olivia Nuzzi points out. April Ryan and John Gizzi also discuss Trump's accessibility to the press corps.
Center for American Progress president Neera Tanden and political analyst Jeff Greenfield discuss why some on the left hate focus groups and features about Trump supporters. Tanden says she'd like to see more features about Trump opponents to balance out the coverage.
April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks and John Gizzi of Newsmax disagree about the state of relations between the press and President Trump. Ryan describes receiving death threats and says "there has been a war on the press by the White House."
How has Trump changed news coverage? And has news coverage changed Trump at all? On the first anniversary of Trump's inauguration, Douglas Brinkley and Olivia Nuzzi discuss his relationship with the media and reasons why the Stormy Daniels story hasn't received more attention.
What's the bigger story? Political analyst Jeff Greenfield, CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley and Time correspondent Charlotte Alter discuss the government shutdown and wave of women's marches that marked Trump's first anniversary in office.
A cashier-less Amazon Go shop will open Monday in Seattle.
It's stunning to see one of America's most storied companies left behind -- far behind -- by the roaring stock market.
"Saturday Night Live" opened its episode by spoofing White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and White House Dr. Ronny Jackson delivering the results of Trump's latest physical exam.