Hong Kong’s former leader sentenced for misconduct, North Korean official sought for high-profile killing, and more from the United States and around the world.
Who in the White House knew that the national security adviser had misled Mike Pence, and when? Who will replace him? And what will be the next bombshell?
Drought, climate change, and aging infrastructure combined to create a looming catastrophe that forced 188,000 Californians to evacuate.
The threat of flooding prompts the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people in California, news from the Trump administration, the Grammys, and more from the United States and around the world.
World leaders condemn North Korea’s latest missile test, hundreds of passengers at Hamburg Airport were evacuated, and Parisian suburb erupted in violence after an officer allegedly raped a young man.
A massive herd of whales beached themselves in New Zealand and about 300 have died so far, and a deadly magnitude 6.7 earthquake hit the Philippines.
Assad rejects Amnesty report, Federal Reserve official resigns, and more from the United States and around the world.
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.
Michael Flynn reportedly misled the vice president about conversations with Russia. Sean Spicer has never found his stride. Kellyanne Conway is in Congress’s sights. Welcome to Survivor: West Wing.
Federal judges uphold suspension of Trump’s immigration ban, Chinese president answers Trump’s call, and more from the United States and around the world.
The president’s latest executive orders achieve little while trying to answer a crime wave that data doesn’t support.
Jeff Sessions confirmed as attorney general, U.K. House of Commons passes final Brexit bill, and more from the United States and around the world.
The former economy minister’s surge in popularity makes him the front-runner—for now.
Federal judges hear immigration ban arguments, Dakota Access Pipeline clears final hurdle, and more from the United States and around the world.
Opposition to Trump’s U.K. trip, Israel approves more settlements, and more from the United States and around the world.
An investigation from Amnesty International details Assad's attempt to create a phony paper trail to cover up mass executions in Syria.
The president asserted, without any evidence, that reporters were intentionally refusing to publicize terrorist violence in Europe.
Elliott Abrams is reportedly under consideration as the nation’s No. 2 diplomat—an appointment that would be somewhat surprising for both Abrams and the president.
Even by the third quarter, no one saw it coming.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected an appeals request by the Trump administration that would have restored his travel ban, and the Falcons and the Patriots face off in Houston for Super Bowl LI.
The Department of Homeland Security says it has suspended any actions to implement Trump’s travel ban, and the Louvre in Paris reopens after Egypt identifies the man who attacked soldiers with a machete.