Other media organizations, including Bloomberg and The New York Times, withdrew from the conference shortly after Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance captured international attention.

It's a move that could further undermine hopes for a two-state solution.

The White House chief of staff and national security adviser shouted at one another over southern border crossings, but have a tense history.

President Erdogan sees geopolitical opportunity amid tragedy. Will his cynical gambit work?

By testing her genes to score points against Trump, she hurt the cause of the Native Americans she claims to respect.

"It's very sad. Certainly looks that way," Trump said.

An Interior Department spokesperson disputed an email Carson sent on Oct. 12 saying that Suzanne Tufts was heading to Interior to become its acting inspector general.

The new arena can hold up to 19,000 people.

“This is going to come to a head in a very short amount of time," he says.

Democrats worry her appointment could be an effort to undermine the probes of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

Rep. Greg Gianforte body slammed a reporter in 2017 and later pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assualt

Without evidence, the president claims "lots of money" has been passed through migrants hoping to enter the U.S.

Several of Trump’s closest advisers have put forward Grenell’s name in recent days.

The confrontation exacerbates a growing concern among House Democrats that Republicans are trying to undercut the Justice Department’s Russia investigation in anticipation of losing their majority this fall.

John Mashburn, a former Trump White House official, is leaving the Energy Department for a senior position at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to three people familiar with the move.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte and House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy made the announcement Thursday.

Unlikely? Definitely. Impossible? No.

For some intelligence veterans and foreign policy specialists, it’s a pattern that has become all too familiar — and troubling.

Threatening a price hike might work in the short term, but it would come with serious costs to the kingdom’s reputation as a moderating influence on oil markets.

The Interior Department’s inspector general faulted Secretary Ryan Zinke and his wife, Lola, for their handling of thousands of dollars’ worth of taxpayer-funded travel, in the latest critical report on the practices of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet.

After sharing her battle with leukemia, Sadie Keller, now cancer-free, founded a non-profit giving gifts to children and fighting from Congress to the White House for more pediatric cancer research funding.

The Michigan branch of the ACLU filed a complaint Tuesday asking Meijer Pharmacy to create a policy requiring pharmacists to give patients their prescriptions, regardless of the pharmacists’ beliefs, after Rachel Peterson was denied medication she needed foll…

As more cases of acute flaccid myelitis are confirmed, doctors at a California hospital are pioneering a special surgery that takes healthy nerves and attaches them to muscles that have stopped working.

The 60-year-old man was searching for gold when he fell into a 100-foot deep mine shaft in a remote desert area. He was pulled from the abandoned shaft on Wednesday night, nearly three days after his carabiner clip broke, sending him tumbling 40 to 50 feet in…

Filmmakers Sofian Khan of "Do We Belong?," Sierra Pettengill of "Graven Image," Adithya Sambamurthy of "The Hidden Vote: Michigan" and David Washburn of “Loyalty: Stories” join Kristin Welker for a question and answer session after the screening of their film…

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