The US announced sanctions Monday on two ISIS chemical weapons experts, the first such effort aimed specifically at the terrorist group's chemical weapons leadership.
The day after the Pulse nightclub in Orlando became the site of the deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11, then-candidate Donald Trump reiterated his plans to cut off Syrian refugees from the US, produced the latest iteration of his Muslim ban and previewed his calls for extreme vetting of visitors from Muslim-majority countries.
The first meeting of President Donald Trump's full Cabinet evolved into an unusual tribute session Monday as heads of his executive branch agencies hailed the opening five months of Trump's administration while the president himself listened on closely.
The controversial removal of four Confederate monuments in New Orleans cost the city $2.1 million, far more than what it said the price tag would be.
Some 10.3 million people actually enrolled in Obamacare, as of mid-March, Trump administration officials said Monday. That's down from the 12.2 million who signed up for coverage when open enrollment ended on January 31.
Donald Trump's star on Hollywood Boulevard was vandalized over the weekend during L.A. Pride's Resist March.
House Speaker Paul Ryan isn't concerned about his House majority. At least publicly, that is, where he dismisses questions about "Democratic waves" and repeatedly steers talk back to the GOP agenda at hand.
President Donald Trump stepped off Marine One Sunday, followed by son, Barron, and wife, Melania. The couple held hands as they walked across the White House's South Lawn on the warm June evening, the President waving to cameras assembled before guiding his wife into the private residence.
Could Puerto Rico become the 51st US state? That's the question of the day after Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly for statehood during a nonbinding weekend referendum. There are a few catches, though: Only 23% of eligible citizens voted, and, well, there's plenty of red tape on the way to becoming a state. Here are the basics:
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke informed President Donald Trump on Monday that he was delaying his final decision on the controversial Bears Ears National Monument, putting off the final recommendation until later in 2017.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions needs to reveal what he knows specifically about the meetings between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey, a Republican congressman on the foreign affairs committee said Monday.
Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly Sunday to become the 51st U.S. state, but there is no celebrating yet.
A convoy carrying US and Afghan forces was struck by a roadside bomb and came under small arms fire in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province on Monday.
Former White House photographer Pete Souza is getting some help on his new book's foreword from his former boss, President Barack Obama, according to publisher Little, Brown and Company.
Smirnoff is trolling the Trump administration.
The state of Maryland and the District of Columbia are taking President Trump to court.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law that treats children born overseas to unmarried parents differently for purposes of citizenship depending upon whether the biological father or mother is a US citizen.
Theresa May, Britain's embattled Prime Minister, appears to be on the verge of delaying the Queen's Speech -- a key annual event in which the government lays out its policy agenda for the coming year.
The British economy is in trouble. And it could get much worse.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will testify at a public hearing of the Senate intelligence committee Tuesday afternoon, the committee said in a statement.
The Cuban government is signaling it is willing to enter into detailed negotiations with the Trump administration as the White House prepares to announce an expected rollback of former President Barack Obama's normalization of relations with the island.
Ivanka Trump said Monday she is surprised by the "viciousness" of the media covering her father's presidency, referring to the growing "cloud" of distractions resulting from the Russia probe.
In a large villa on the outskirts of Qatar's capital Doha, one family gathers to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, handing out candy and singing songs.
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