Last updated 2:45AM ET
March 30, 2017
Brexit process officially begins, Haitian baseball players, talking to 'the ghost of ISIS' Britain formally begins the process of leaving the European Union. Also, the elusive ISIS leader who supposedly ran sleeper cells inside Iraq. Plus, chef Eric Ripert talks about everything from climate change to veganism, and his commitment to Buddhism.
Clean power rollback, Buffalo bets on green energy, Trump's wall President Donald Trump says rolling back the Clean Power Plan will preserve coal jobs. Also, Hungary detains migrants in shipping containers. Plus, why one Mexican company is bidding to help Trump build his wall.
Protests in Russia, famine threatens four countries, what it means to be Danish Hundreds arrested after big anti-corruption protests in Russia. Also, why famines are about more than just the lack of food. Plus, how San Francisco's version of universal health care covers undocumented immigrants.
Trump travel ban: Hawaii judge places indefinite hold The ruling means the president cannot enforce the ban while it is contested in court.
US state department employee 'concealed contacts with China' A veteran state department employee is accused of being paid by Chinese agents for information.
Ivanka Trump to be assistant to US president The first daughter bows to pressure to make her West Wing role official, binding her by ethics rules.
Red state Kansas considers expanding Medicaid. Will others follow?
Your online privacy may soon come with a price tag
VPN providers are eyeing ways to make you feel more secure, for a fee.
Westinghouse bankruptcy raises questions about nuclear power's place