What is a national emergency and can President Trump declare one to build the wall?01:28
Passed in 1976, the National Emergencies Act gives presidents the authority to take action in a crisis and to redirect money already approved by Congress. It was previously used during the Iranian hostage crisis, after 9/11 and during the 2009 swine flu outbreak.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s 10-year-old granddaughter says she has a dream, too01:38
Lindsey Vonn may have skied last race of career01:31
Two University of Oklahoma students leave school after blackface routine01:20
Students accused of mocking Native American in video say there’s more to the story01:39
Report finds another undisclosed North Korea missile site00:22
TSA callouts reach record high as government shutdown hits 31st day01:34