Sen. Warren is increasingly taking on Donald Trump. She's also a prolific fundraiser and promoter of Senate Democrats who're running for election intent on regaining a majority.
The report doesn't materially change the controversy or reveal new facts. It is a reminder of a bad decision that has been a weight on Clinton's campaign since before she announced she was running.
A far-right party has joined the coalition government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The party leader Avigdor Lieberman will fill the important post of defense minister.
On Friday, Obama visit Hiroshima, the first city to be hit with an atomic weapon. The U.S. dropped another atomic bomb on Nagasaki. Renee Montagne talks to Ken Sasae, Japan's ambassador to the U.S.
The TSA administrator testified before a House panel about what he's doing to address the long lines at airports. David Greene talks to Republican Rep. Michael McCaul, who chaired the hearing.
Polls say if Hillary Clinton is the nominee, some Bernie Sanders supporters would shift alliances to Donald Trump. David Greene talks to Jim Davis, the Democratic Party Chairman in Fayette County, Pa.
A month before Britons vote on whether to leave the European Union, Britain's Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch argues leaving would be a bad idea. He talks to Renee Montagne about the upcoming vote.
Renee Montagne talks to Mujib Mashal, a reporter with "The New York Times," about Pakistan's role in the U.S. drone strike that killed the head of the Taliban there earlier this week.
Deep in a French cave, researchers have found numerous ovals of broken stalagmites. They believe the rings were arranged by ancient Neanderthals.
California law now permits pharmacists to sell many types of hormonal birth control methods without a doctor's OK. But good luck finding a drug store that will dispense the contraceptives that way.
Farming is entering its third year on the bust side of the cycle. Major crop prices are low while expenses like seed, fertilizer and land remain high. That means getting creative to succeed.
The electronic musician's new memoir traces his journey from Connecticut suburbs to New York City raves. It's a tale of dance clubs, DJs and Manhattan in the 1990s full of self-deprecating humor.
The best thing we can do for wildlife this summer, says anthropologist Barbara J. King, is to back off while visiting the wild lands where they live.
An atmospheric image of barns in Lake George, N.Y., is joining the collection at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, N.M. The painting reveals a lesser-known genre of the artist's work.
Two Muslim boys had refused to shake hands with their female teachers. The educational body in their area says schools can insist on the custom — and can fine parents if students don't comply.
Akash Vukoti was the youngest contestant in this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee. He didn't go all the way this time, but we've got our eye on him.
State and local disaster relief programs are leaving communities impacted by Superstorm Sandy confused by the dizzying array of directives on how to rebuild.
Injuries in the meat industry are likely to be under-reported, a new GAO report finds. Workers may be sent back to the line without seeing a doctor, or may not report out of fear of losing their jobs.
But shareholders at ExxonMobil approved one resolution that could make it easier to one day nominate an environmentalist to the board.
Cliven Bundy and many of his militia followers are now in jail, but some Western ranchers vow to continue defying the federal government when it comes to cattle grazing on public lands.