This Wife's Grocery List For Her Husband Is Hilariously Extra
Europe Considering Blocking Iran Sanctions If US Leaves Nuclear Deal, EU Ambassador Says
WASHINGTON ? European diplomats warned the Trump administration on Monday that Europe is prepared to block U.S. efforts to reimpose international sanctions against Iran as long as Tehran continues to comply with its obligations under the nuclear deal.
Manafort Working Against US Mission in Iraq
Rachel Maddow reports on Kurdish people voting on a referendum to become independent from Iraq, a situation the U.S. has fought to prevent but Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort has been paid to promote.
Former President Barack Obama describes tearfully dropping off daughter Malia at college
Conservative Catholic Group Accuses Pope Francis Of Promoting Heresy On Divorce
Is Puerto Rico Part of the U.S? Here's What to Know
Soldier saves lifeless puppy with CPR in tear-worthy viral video
Health care bill protesters descend on Senate hearing
The typically hushed corridors of the Russell Senate Building echoed with noise Monday as protesters, upset by the Senate Republicans? health care bill, descended on lawmakers? offices to let their displeasure be known ? part of several such demonstrations around the U.S. Capitol. An initial crowd estimated at around 100 protesters split into smaller groups once inside the building, with each subgroup seeking out the offices of specific senators, some of whom are positioned to cast critical swing votes on the legislation. Capitol Police said in a statement they responded to 13 locations in Senate and House office buildings and as of late Monday afternoon had made 80 arrests.
White House: If NFL protests are about police brutality, players 'should protest the officers on the field'
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders suggested Monday that if NFL players who kneel during the national anthem at games are doing so because of police brutality, they should protest the officers instead of the song.
Otto Warmbier's Parents Share New Disturbing Details About Son's Suffering In North Korea
The parents of Otto Warmbier ? the 22-year-old college student who spent more than a year imprisoned in North Korea and died days after returning home with a severe brain injury ? say the world must recognize the rogue nation as a state sponsor of terror.