Donald Trump Jr. made clear he was willing to receive damaging information about Hillary Clinton from a Russian lawyer in a June 2016 meeting.
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.
Why is President Trump badmouthing his attorney general, why doesn’t he just fire him, and what does he hope to accomplish by pushing him out?
The Senate Judiciary Committee rescinded its subpoena for President Trump’s former campaign chair to appear before lawmakers.
The departure is the third high-profile exit over the issue in recent weeks.
The Arizona lawmaker, who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer, will serve as a critical participant in Tuesday’s procedural vote.
The explosion occurred just hours after a similar attack from the Afghan Taliban, which killed at least 29 people.