WASHINGTON ― Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and other Republican leaders thought
Ana Enriques claims to be the grandmother of the six-year-old girl heard pleading to be reunited with her aunt on audio obtained by Pro Publica. The girl and her mother were leaving El Salvador to escape gang violence.
Hundreds of protesters enraged over an East Pittsburgh police officer's fatal
Corey Lewandowski has been dropped by a top speakers bureau after he made a
The country announced an end to the ban on women drivers last fall, opening women-only driving schools. As of this weekend, women there will be able to drive on real roads.
Five women were kidnapped and gang-raped at gunpoint while doing charity work in a remote part of India.
North and South Korea agreed Friday to resume reunions for families separated by the Korean War in August -- the first such meetings since 2015 and the latest step in a remarkable diplomatic thaw on the peninsula. The resumption of the reunions was among the agreements reached between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's president Moon Jae-in at their landmark summit in April. Officials from both sides met at the North's scenic Mount Kumgang resort on Friday and set a date for late August.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Thousands of bourbon barrels were piled in a massive heap Friday after a large section of a whiskey storage warehouse collapsed at a distillery in the heart of Kentucky bourbon country.
By Andrew Chung WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court gave presidents more control over key jobs in federal agencies on Thursday, ruling that the way the Securities and Exchange Commission selected in-house judges who enforce investor protection laws violated the U.S. Constitution. The justices agreed with President Donald Trump's administration that the SEC, in having low-level staff install administrative law judges, infringed upon powers given to the president in the U.S. Constitution's "appointments clause" regarding the filling of certain federal posts. The ruling could reverberate through the federal government, which has nearly 2,000 administrative law judges who decide matters as varied as unfair trade practices, veterans benefits and patent infringement.
This week in Trump’s America, the White House struggled to answer a simple question: Don't you have any empathy?