U.K. triggers Brexit, the battle for Mosul, Dylan accepts Nobel Prize, and more from the United States and around the world.
The House intelligence committee chair, a Trump ally, muddied waters and gave comfort to the White House, but he provided no evidence of wrongdoing or support for Trump’s “wiretap” claims.
The White House is now trying to claim that Paul Manafort, who reportedly worked to further Vladimir Putin’s interests in the U.S. and overseas, was only a bit player in the president’s run for office.
Judge Neil Gorsuch appeared before Congress for a second day, U.S. and U.K. ban electronics on some flights, and more from the United States and around the world.
The president has touted the rally as evidence of success. What does this drop mean?
The Sinn Fein leader, who has died at 66, went from waging war to forging a partnership that helped end it.
James Comey confirms FBI investigation into Russian interference in election, Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings, and more from the United States and around the world.
The Secret Service detained man at the White House, a judge refused to stop oil flow in the Dakota Access Pipeline, and more from the United States and around the world.
The rock 'n' roll legend—who died at the age of 90—was a fierce guitarist and unparalleled raconteur.
Possible terrorist attack in Paris, Chuck Berry dies, and more from the United States and around the world.
Germany’s chancellor visited Washington, Iranians welcomed back to Hajj, and more from the United States and around the world.
The secretary of state said that the military option is on the table with Pyongyang, but talks are not.
During a press conference with the German chancellor, President Trump lied about his claims of wiretapping, berated a reporter, and poked at American allies.
For a president fixated on employment, his proposal for federal spending leaves out a surprising number of young, elderly, and disabled workers.
Why can’t the White House just admit that it doesn’t have any evidence for the allegation that Obama surveilled him?
A loss for populism in the Netherlands, no Scottish referendum on independence, and more from the United States and around the world.
The parliamentary government that allowed Geert Wilders’s rise may also be the one that suppressed his victory.
Worse-than-expected results for the Netherlands’s Geert Wilders are only the latest sign that the American president’s poor standing is harming politicians aligned with him.
A federal judge in Hawaii blocks President Trump's travel ban, the Netherlands voted in a pivotal election, and more from the United States and around the world.
A West Virginia proposal to help the coal industry by paring back safety regulations may actually protect neither miners or their jobs.
Schools are closed and flights canceled as winter-storm warnings are in effect from eastern West Virginia to Maine.