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On the House floor Friday, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) played the infamous audio
"Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade showed his support for President Donald
On Wednesday, the Trump administration, under swelling public pressure,
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North and South Korean officials agreed Friday to hold highly emotional temporary reunions in August of families separated since the 1950-53 Korean War. A look at key issues:
Chevrolet has just unveiled a stunning new SUV called the Blazer. The Blazer looks a little like a cross between a Mazda CX-5 and a Lexus RX. As well as being an absolutely outstanding design, the all-new Chevy Blazer will offer levels of customization normally reserved for small models aimed at a largely youthful demographic.
First Lady Melania Trump wore a jacket that read, "I really don't care. Do U?" ahead of her unannounced visit to a child detention center in Texas, drawing criticism from those who saw the wardrobe choice as insensitive.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Latest on funeral services for fashion designer Kate Spade (all times local):
Migrant children as young as 11 years old have reported suffering physical and
As the new Duchess transitions into her royal duties, we're digging up everything we know about what Meghan Markle eats in a day.
By Amanda Becker WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved a massive Republican farm bill with changes to the government food stamps program that make it unlikely to become law in this form. The Senate is considering its own farm bill with no major changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) used by more than 40 million Americans, or about 12 percent of the total U.S. population. The House passed the $867 billion farm bill in a 213-to-211 vote, earning the support of some conservative Republicans who helped defeat it in May after its renewal became entangled in an unrelated debate over immigration.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) suggested Thursday that Democrats don't care that
Corey Lewandowski has been dropped by a top speakers bureau after he made a
By Denis Dumo JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudanese rebels said on Thursday that more time is needed to secure lasting peace in the country and it would be necessary to address the root causes of a civil war. "There is no shortcut to peace," the group said in a statement after peace talks in Ethiopia between its leader Riek Machar and President Salva Kiir, the first time the two men had met since 2016, when a peace deal collapsed and fighting re-erupted between their forces. SPLM/SPLA (IO) said the solution to the five-year civil war, which has killed tens of thousands of people and forced more than 3 million people to flee their homes, was to revisit the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).
Samantha Bee of "Full Frontal" said she's happy that President Donald Trump
For the past eight months, Bruce Springsteen has wowed crowds in New York with
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Fashion designer Kate Spade will be buried Thursday in Kansas City, where she was born.
NEW YORK (AP) - ABC News is apologizing for a graphic that incorrectly said that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort had pleaded guilty to five charges of manslaughter.
The call describes the devastating conditions the children were forced to endure.
President Donald Trump's plan to stop his administration's policy of
Security expert Steve Kardian gave Inside Edition some tips on how to stay safe while out for a run.
The 4-year-old's body washed up on a Texas beach eight months ago.
Ottawa (AFP) - The US practice of separating migrant children from parents caught crossing the US-Mexico border illegally is "wrong," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis has said he could accept the resignations of more Chilean bishops following a sexual abuse scandal that has shattered the credibility of the Roman Catholic Church in the South American country. The pope has already accepted the resignations of three bishops, and all Chile's remaining bishops have offered to resign after allegations that the abuse, including of children, was covered up. Asked whether he would accept more resignations, the pontiff said: "Maybe some." "I still have to accept the resignations of two (bishops) who have exceeded the age limit.
It will be in the same chapel as Prince George's christening
Teenager fatally shot by police while fleeing on foot from traffic stop in East Pittsburgh.
Lauren and David Hogg, who were among those who survived the February mass
Former Philippine President Benigno Aquino has been indicted in a $1.35 billion criminal case over his failure to get congressional approval to use state funds to jump-start major government projects, authorities said Wednesday. The money became a source of controversy during Aquino's term from 2010-2016, with critics claiming he used it to barter for favours from legislators. The charge, filed last week by a special anti-corruption prosecutor but only made public Wednesday, alleges that Aquino violated the constitution's separation of powers.
Prince Louis will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury next month, Kensington Palace has announced. It will take place at The Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, London on Monday July 9 and the Most Reverend Justin Welby will preside over the service. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a son at 11.01am on April 23 weighing 8lbs 7oz, inside the £5,900-a-stay The Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London. By welcoming a baby prince, William and Kate are following the birth pattern of the Queen and Philip's children - a son, a daughter and then another son. But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made history for gender equality, with Princess Charlotte remaining...
China expressed regret on Wednesday over a U.S. decision to withdraw from the U.N. Human Rights Council, with state media saying the image of the United States as a defender of rights was "on the verge of collapse". U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced the decision to pull out of the council on Tuesday over what she said was chronic bias against Israel and a lack of reform. Rights group have criticized the decision as sending a message that the United States was turning a blind eye to abuses across the world.
KIBBUTZ NIR AM, Israel (AP) - After years of rocket attacks and militant infiltrations from Gaza, residents of southern Israel are now coping with a new kind of threat: incendiary kites and balloons that have damaged farmlands and nature reserves.
As the Trump administration continues to forcibly separate immigrant families
WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States announced Tuesday it was leaving the United Nations' Human Rights Council, with Ambassador Nikki Haley calling it "an organization that is not worthy of its name." It was the latest withdrawal by the Trump administration from an international institution.
Reports of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border have sparked outrage
Global stock markets tumbled Tuesday on rising fears of a trade war after US President Donald Trump threatened fresh tariffs on Chinese imports and Beijing warned of countermeasures.
In a letter obtained by CNBC, Elon Musk tells employees about "extensive and damaging sabotage."
Meghan McCain blasted Ivanka Trump on Tuesday for remaining silent on the
The Wyman family posted the video to Facebook to show the importance of keeping a close eye on your children around the pool.
The United States is expected to withdraw from the United Nations human rights council on Tuesday in protest against what it perceives as a long-standing bias against Israel and a willingness to allow notorious human rights abusers as members. Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, and Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the UN, will address the Geneva-based organisation on Tuesday. The US is halfway through a three-year term on the 47-member body. Any suspension or withdrawal would be the latest US rejection of multilateral engagement after it pulled out of the Paris climate agreement and the Iran nuclear deal. However, disagreement with the UN human rights council is not new. Nikki Haley,...
NEW ORLEANS -- As the debate over whether migrant children should be taken
The ousted Philippine Supreme Court chief justice launched a blistering attack on President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday, calling him a "self-styled savior who is willing to kill", after she lost an appeal against her removal from office. Maria Lourdes Sereno, the first woman chief justice of the Philippines who Duterte denounced as an "enemy" for her opposition to some of his proposals, was ousted by fellow-judges allied with the president last month. "Our sights have been set low by the very leaders who should lead us to pursue lofty visions for our nation and our people," Sereno said in a speech to her supporters after the court ruling.
The 10% tariff would be the latest round in an escalating trade dispute with China
Rosalynn Carter has now weighed in
TUMWATER, Wash. (AP) - Tim Day has been identified as the armed suspect killed by a bystander Sunday in a Walmart parking lot in Washington state, police said Monday.
Princess Takamado of Japan on Tuesday watched her country play Colombia in the World Cup in the small Russian city of Saransk, becoming the first member of Japan's royal family to visit the country since 1916, Russian state media reported. State television showed images of the Japanese royal, a keen football supporter who has travelled to every World Cup to support Japan since 1998, in the host city of Saransk for the game on Tuesday afternoon. The Japanese Embassy in Moscow told AFP Princess Takamado would also travel to Yekaterinburg where Japan will play Senegal on Sunday and where she will take part in a seminar on traditional "Kyudo" archery.
Iraq on Tuesday condemned air strikes targeting forces fighting Islamic State in Iraq or Syria after Syrian state media said that U.S.-led coalition aircraft had bombed a Syrian army position near the Iraqi border, causing deaths and injuries. In a statement, Iraq's Foreign Ministry said that it "expresses rejection and condemnation of any air operations targeting forces in areas where they are fighting ISIS, whether in Iraq or Syria or any other area where there is a battlefield against this enemy that threatens humanity." The statement added that the ministry reiterates its call for all countries to stand together to face these "extremist groups," and it sees the necessity for an...
Saudi Arabia on Monday sacked the head of its entertainment authority, state media said, following a conservative backlash against a circus featuring women wearing figure-hugging costumes. "Ahmad al-Khatib, chairman of the Saudi General Entertainment Authority has been removed from his position," the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said citing a royal decree, without giving a reason. The pro-government Sabq news website said Khatib was dismissed over a controversial circus performance in Riyadh, which included women wearing "indecent clothes".
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Latest on the opening of a hearing before Minnesota regulators on Enbridge Energy's proposal for replacing its Line 3 crude oil pipeline across Minnesota (all times local):
Princess Diana's wedding-day tiara made a royal comeback over the weekend,
With an engine over three times the size of the original, this is the BRZ many people want.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A man who has been an outspoken critic of the south Florida city where he lives is now 2-0 in disputes with the city before the Supreme Court.