Protesters against President Trump's decision to declare a national emergency on the US-Mexico border gathered Monday in Newark as part of a nationwide campaign by the non-profit advocacy group MoveOn.org. As many as 250 events were expected. (Feb. 18)

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers announced Monday his budget will include proposals to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use and legalize medical marijuana. (Feb. 18)

The Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is in Brussels where she met with the Belgian Prime Minister in Brussels on Monday before meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker later in the day. (Feb. 18)

Here's the latest for Friday February 15th: President Donald Trump lashes out at critics; Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is visiting European leaders; India blames Pakistan for a deadly attack; Venice considers a new tax to help keep its canals clean.

"Vice" director Adam McKay fell for a face on an album cover and let that influence his taste in music. (Feb. 18)

Once known for his tight “bandage” dress, Roland Mouret showcased oversized shapes and mannish suits at his London Fashion Week fall/winter collection. (Feb. 18)

Here are the top stories for Sunday, February 17th: Trump's top adviser says the president could soon use his first veto; Rubio calls out Maduro on Venezuela border; 49-car pileup on a Colorado highway; New York celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year.

Drums, dragons and dancers paraded through New York's Chinatown Sunday to usher in the Year of the Pig in the metropolis with the biggest population of Chinese descent of any city outside Asia. (Feb. 17)

Highlights of this day in history: Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer gets life in prison; House lawmakers pick a president; Garry Kasparov beats IBM's Deep Blue at chess; NBA star Michael Jordan born; The Eagles release their greatest hits. (Feb. 17)

Sen. Cory Booker kicked off his first visit to New Hampshire as a Democratic presidential candidate Saturday, urging voters to reject the "powers that are ripping us apart." (Feb.16)

Police say the fired worker who killed five people at a warehouse in Aurora, Illinois, was able to buy the gun he used because an initial background check didn't catch that he had a prior felony conviction in Mississippi. (Feb. 16)