Comey friend: Here?s what the fired FBI director will ? and won?t ? reveal in Senate hearing
?The most horrible feeling?: Mother of missing Manchester concertgoer describes chaos of attack
Teenagers Who Stole Car And Killed 6-Year-Old Boy Charged With Capital Murder
Father of Times Square car crash victim thanks New York in emotional letter
Tensions deepen between Saudi, Iran, US after Trump visit
The yawning gap between Tehran and Washington has grown even wider with US President Donald Trump's latest efforts to isolate Iran, which accused the United States of "milking" Saudi Arabia for petro-dollars. Trump's choice of Saudi Arabia, Iran's bitter regional rival, for his first official foreign visit reflects the deep antagonism of his administration towards the Islamic republic. The US president signed a giant list of deals, worth a total of $380 billion, including $110 billion for weapons that will invariably find their way into the numerous conflicts of the region -- including Syria, Yemen and Iraq -- where Riyadh and Tehran often find themselves on opposing sides.
American Doctor, 50, Dies While Trying to Climb Mount Everest
Betsy DeVos Elaborates On School Choice
Even though Education Secretary Betsy DeVos did not give away any specifics, she did stress on the importance of holding states accountable when it comes to education and making them answerable to parents, not the government.
Lawmaker: Hugo Chavez's childhood home burned by protesters
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) ? Protesters set fire to late President Hugo Chavez's childhood home in western Venezuela on Monday, an opposition lawmaker said, as protests against the South American nation's socialist government grew increasingly hostile.
Terrifying Video Shows Sea Lion Dragging Young Girl Into Water
The Supreme Court Finds North Carolina's Racial Gerrymandering Unconstitutional
You don?t see a Kagan-Breyer-Ginsburg-Sotomayor-Thomas majority often in U.S. Supreme Court decisions, but today that quintet joined together to deal a blow to North Carolina Republicans. In the decision in Cooper v. Harris, the eight-member pre-Gorsuch roster upheld a district court?s ruling that two congressional districts in North Carolina were unconstitutional racial gerrymanders, putting an end to one part of a six-year saga that began with redistricting in 2011.