With Republicans now controlling the White House and Congress, the bill would drive government policy down routes long advocated by conservatives.
In a series of exclusive interviews with the AP, Casey Anthony — the Florida woman acquitted in 2011 of killing her toddler — says the last time she saw 2-year-old Caylee she “believed that she was alive and that she was going to be OK.”
The plans to deploy the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system, or THAAD, anger not only North Korea, but also China and Russia, which see the system’s powerful radars as a security threat.
The new order bars new visas for people from Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Libya, and temporarily shuts down America’s refugee program.
Gavin Grimm, 17, says the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to back out of a lawsuit over transgender students’ bathroom access is a disappointment that will keep transgender children in limbo.
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will face questions from senators during a closed-door meeting amid scrutiny of the White House for alleged contacts with Russian officials.
Turkish, U.S. and Russian chiefs of military staff are meeting in southern Turkey to discuss developments in northern Syria and Iraq.
More than half of those wrongfully convicted were involved in cases in which it was later determined no crime occurred, the National Registry of Exonerations found.
The publicity for winning this year’s U.S. Championship Cheese Contest in Wisconsin is sure to lead to a spike in sales for cheesemakers.
LeBron James says he cries during some movies and apologizes to his wife for sometimes losing sight of his family’s role in his quest for NBA greatness.