Israel appears to have been behind an overnight drone attack on a military factory in Iran, a U.S. official said on Sunday.
In contrast to the raucous rallies in front of thousands of devotees that Trump often holds, Saturday's events were notably muted.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Donald Trump "can't win a general election" and predicted the former president will not be successful in his 2024 presidential run.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump hit the campaign trail on Saturday for the first time since announcing his bid to reclaim the White House in 2024, visiting two early-voting states and brushing aside criticism that his run was off to a...
"Those classified documents should not have been in my personal residence. Mistakes were made. And I take full responsibility," Pence said on Friday.
A ban of the short video app TikTok, which is owned by ByteDance and is popular among teens, would face significant hurdles in Congress to pass, and would need 60 votes in the Senate.
One US university’s attempt to eliminate biased language from campus has revived discussions about the limits of free speech. While Hong Kong generally has a relaxed attitude to language use, the rise in anti-Asian attacks in the US is a...
President Joe Biden cast Republicans as representing the party of "chaos and catastrophe" on Thursday and sharply criticized their refusal to approve an increase in the U.S. debt ceiling unless they get a deal on spending cuts.
A Canadian woman has pleaded guilty to biological weapons charges after sending former President Donald Trump a letter laced with deadly ricin poison.
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The number of migrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border dropped off dramatically from December to January following new rules that expel them back to Mexico, the U.S. Department of Homeland...
Facebook banned Trump a day after the January 6, 2021 insurrection, when a mob of his supporters tried to halt the certification of his election defeat to Joe Biden by storming the US Capitol in Washington.
JetNet announced it had purchased the public flight-tracking site on Wednesday. Jack Sweeney uses the site to share celebrity flight data.
Omar's seat on the Foreign Affairs Committee, at risk due to anti-Semitism charges, could be decided by a man who falsely claimed to be Jewish.
Cuba began a high-stakes legal battle in London's High Court on Monday over unpaid Fidel Castro-era government debt now held by one of the communist-run country's creditors.
The ultra-conservative congressman once supported Brazil's left-wing president in the mid-2000s, Eula Rochard told Insider.
The Justice Department is investigating how classified documents got to the home of former President Trump and the home and personal office of President Biden from his time as vice president.
A team of federal investigators seized at least half a dozen additional classified documents and related handwritten notes following a thorough search of President Joe Biden’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware, which lasted about 13 hour...
Asked by reporters during a trip to California about the issue, Joe Biden said: "I think you're going to find there's nothing there."
As the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum comes to a close, Anne McElvoy shares a behind-the-scenes look at the most in-demand party guests, and what everyone’s really talking about
The White House condemned the alleged actions of Solomon Peña, a former Republican New Mexico state legislative candidate accused of targeting Democratic officials, after a judge ruled he would remain in custody until a formal detention ...
Dressed in a big black puffy coat and bright red boots, Anthony Scaramucci was shaking hands with several passersby as he walked the halls of the World Economic Forum’s main building. It was the day before the high-profile event kicked o...
A Florida-based federal judge has ordered nearly $1 million in sanctions against Donald Trump and his attorney Alina Habba, calling the former president a “mastermind of strategic abuse of the judicial process.”
The U.S. government hit its $31.4 trillion borrowing limit on Thursday, amid a standoff between the Republican-controlled House of Representatives and President Joe Biden's Democrats that could lead to a fiscal crisis in a few months.