Valerie Jarrett Looks Forward To 2020
In part one of our interview with the former senior adviser to President Barack Obama, we discuss the 2020 election and Jarrett's views on policy.
Ashley Holt from "The Day Ahead" sits down with Valerie Jarrett to get her insight into a variety of topics including policy, President Trump, the 2020 election and her own life story.
Gay Rights And Religion Clash At The Supreme Court
A Colorado web designer is at the center of a controversial case for refusing to design websites for gay couples because of her Christian beliefs.By Andrew Harnik / AP
Warnock, Walker: Starkly Different Choices For Black Voters
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker face off Tuesday in Georgia's runoff election.By Brynn Anderson / AP
Blinken Vows U.S. Support For Israel Despite Unease Over Government
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. will remain a friend of Israel even as it pursues goals that Prime Minister Netanyahu has opposed.By Carolyn Kaster / AP
Indonesia's Parliament Votes To Ban Sex Outside Of Marriage
The amended code says sex outside marriage is punishable by a year in jail and cohabitation by six months.By Slamet Riyadi / AP
Man Who Shot Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Sentenced 21 Years In Prison
James Howard Jackson, one of three men and two accomplices involved in the violent robbery, pleaded no contest to one count of attempted murder.By Saul Loeb / Pool Photo via AP
10 Cars That Last The Longest (And 6 Are Toyotas)
A recent study analyzed more than 2 million cars to find out which may last the longest. Six Toyotas, two Chevys, a GMC and one Honda made the list.By AP