In an early-morning tweetstorm on Saturday, the president accused his predecessor of a 'Nixon/Watergate' wiretapping scheme against the Trump campaign.
At a Florida rally, he launched some of his fiercest attacks to date on the press, and took in the cheers of his fans.
The administration's new policies expand who is eligible for deportation, and an Arizona mother who has lived in the country for 21 years may be its first example.
Scientists are working hard to slim them down.
An investigation from Amnesty International details Assad's attempt to create a phony paper trail to cover up mass executions in Syria.
Even by the third quarter, no one saw it coming.
Ford, Tesla, Google, Apple, Starbucks, Amazon, General Electric, and other companies are speaking up about the president’s executive order.
In his first speech after the inauguration Trump tried to patch things up with the FBI and CIA.
Billy Barr moved to the Rocky Mountains four decades ago, got bored one winter, and decided to keep a notebook that has become the stuff of legend.
Why would four suspects in Chicago broadcast the torture of a man on Facebook Live?
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona’s Maricopa County reveals the “profound” and quite “disturbing” results of his five-year investigation into the president’s birth certificate.
Kern County, where Francisco Serna died Monday, had the highest per-capita rate of killings by officers in 2015.
Most of them are still a mystery to science, and the ones we know about have big problems.
Firefighters have now found 36 bodies inside the artist collective where dozens of people lived together.
A change of season and a new presidential administration pose the greatest challenges to demonstrators.
The toll of Syrian and Russian bombing in the rebel-held city—and what the rest of the world is doing about it
The father of a slain Dallas officer brought the suit, which calls the organization a “violent and revolutionary criminal gang.”
Years of racial profiling and ignoring a federal judge’s order to stop his immigration sweeps may have finally caught up.
Rodrigo Duterte flew to China and signed billions in deals, said he would separate ties with the U.S., then took it all back.
American tourists can for the first time bring home up to 100 cigars and several bottles of rum.