Engine maker in Pence’s hometown feeling the pain amid trade war with China02:18
Cummins is the world’s largest independent diesel engine maker, employing 10,000 people in Vice President Mike Pence’s home state of Indiana alone. The company faces soaring coasts and millions in losses this year because of tariffs on Chinese goods.
An inside look at how border patrol agents are working without pay as shutdown continues01:46
Trump proposes a deal aimed at ending government shutdown02:22
More than 100 million under winter weather alerts from major winter storm01:42
Ex-Chicago officer Jason Van Dyke sentenced to 6 years, 9 months in Laquan McDonald shooting01:24
Vatican launches official track team01:01
Ski resorts on high alert after deadly avalanche in New Mexico01:10