Credibility of Congress' Russia probes still in question

WASHINGTON (AP) — As congressional investigations into Russia's interference in the 2016 election are ramping up, so is the political division, raising questions about whether lawmakers' work will be viewed as credible.


  • Written by EILEEN SULLIVAN and DEB RIECHMANN , Associated Press

NCAA Tournament filled with great early match-ups

Villanova is the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament to start its bid to become the first repeat national champion since Florida in 2006-07.


  • Written by JOHN MARSHALL , AP Basketball Writer

Hospitals worry about caring for newly uninsured in GOP plan

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — When Colorado expanded Medicaid coverage under former President Barack Obama's health care law, the largest provider in the Denver region hired more than 250 employees and built a $27 million primary care clinic and two new school-based clinics.


  • Written by KELLI KENNEDY , Associated Press

GOP lawmaker: America doesn't need 'somebody else's babies'

WASHINGTON (AP) — A veteran Iowa Republican congressman says America can't restore "our civilization with somebody else's babies" and warns of a liberal effort to break down Western civilization.