Donald Trump Jr. made clear he was willing to receive damaging information about Hillary Clinton from a Russian lawyer in a June 2016 meeting.
Gard’s parents were denied their final request when a judge ruled that a private team could not care for the terminally-ill baby.
The move is likely a response to a recent sanctions package targeting the nation’s ballistic-missile program.
One of Trump’s top aides viciously attacks the others, even as the president lambastes his own attorney general. Is there any limit on this administration’s dysfunction?
Less than a week into his job, White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is accusing President Trump’s chief of staff of leaking damaging information to the press.
The issue is a key consideration in talks with the EU.
A ride malfunction caused multiple passengers to be ejected around 20 to 30 feet in the air.
The economic penalties were announced just days before Venezuela will vote to elect a body capable of rewriting the nation’s constitution.
The Louisiana Republican was readmitted to intensive care in early July after being shot at a congressional baseball practice.
The group’s capture of a military base highlights Afghanistan’s vulnerabilities more than 15 years after the U.S. invasion.
A federal judge affirmed a $1,000 fine for the leader of President Trump’s election-integrity panel, saying the Kansas secretary of state had undermined his credibility with misstatements.
Once again, the president helped revive a bill that was considered dead, mostly by refusing to allow Congress to move on.
The reaction in Brussels was angry following a House vote that set up a showdown with the White House.
The opposition has until Sunday before President Nicolas Maduro’s regime begins rewriting the constitution.
The president’s announcement reverses the Obama-era plan to phase in the open participation of these Americans.
The decision by the European Court of Justice could affect hundreds of migrants.
The U.S.S. Thunderbolt issued a rare response on Tuesday as an Iranian military vessel repeatedly ignored its signals.
At least 12 people were killed and many more trapped after a five-story building fell in a working-class neighborhood.
The nation’s leading officials struck a deal to suspend the use of armed forces, except in the fight against terrorist groups.
Washington’s new special envoy to the country said it could help.
A video released by the Jordanian military shows the Special Forces soldiers were deliberately targeted last November.