White House official tells that “Administration will ensure we only admit those who can be properly vetted’
Senator John McCain announces opposition, all but killing latest effort
Actions are in response to ‘deepening descent into dictatorship’
Credit reporting firm reveals more on scope of attack as Massachusetts becomes first state to file lawsuit
President urges reform; tells international body to 'focus more on people and less on bureaucracy'
Hillary Clinton acknowledges legal challenge may not be possible but won't rule one out
Senate defense bill exceeds Trump administration request by $32 billion
Trump, who once disparaged the world body as a "club" for "people to get together, talk and have a good time," will lay out his views on how to improve the United Nations a day before he makes his first address to the General Assembly.
Rex Tillerson and Sergey Lavrov meet on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly
Just over a week after Hurricane Irma devastated the island and neighbouring St Barthelemy, killing 15 people, pools of stagnant water and mounds of trash seem to be the new normal.
Leaders to meet on sidelines of UN General Assembly Thursday
Move follows telephone call between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi
After massive Equifax breach, Senator Elizabeth Warren announces start of investigation
Instead of pursuing controversial vote, KRG should begin 'serious and sustained dialogue' with Baghdad, White House says
Twenty-two people were injured after a bomb blast on a packed London Underground train that was caused by an improvised explosive device, British authorities said.
'Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people,' Trump says
The deaths brought the total number of storm-related fatalities in Florida to 20, and illustrate the urgency of restoring electricity to millions of people across the southern state.
State Dept dismisses as 'baseless' charges against Akhtem Chiygoz
Trudeau expresses his ‘deep concerns’ in phone conversation with Aung San Suu Kyi
'The government cannot use the border as a dragnet to search through our private data,' says ACLU attorney Esha Bhandari
In a one-sentence order, top court says it will block lower court ruling upending the controversial policy