Trump: Mexico will pay for the border wall ? ?eventually? and ?in some form?
The president says he may not approve a government funding bill this week if it does not include funding for a ?badly needed border wall? that he claims Mexico, ?in some form,? will ?eventually? pay for.
Full Pelosi Interview: Trump Is Showing 'Weakness' With Wall
In an exclusive interview on Meet the Press, House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tells Chuck Todd that Democrats unite around a variety of issues, but stand opposed to the president's border wall plan.
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Wildfires Rage in Drought-Stricken Florida, Force Thousands from Homes
Israel indicts hacker linked to threats on US Jewish centers
JERUSALEM (AP) ? Israel indicted an 18-year-old American-Israeli Jew on Monday for a wave of bomb threats against Jewish community centers in the United States that stoked fears of a rising wave of anti-Semitism.
CNN?s Camerota: ?Roger Ailes did sexually harass me?
The ?New Day? host revealed Sunday that the former Fox News chief propositioned her early in her career at the top-rated cable news network. Ailes, through his attorney, called the claims ?unsubstantiated and false.?
American Airlines apologizes for onboard clash over stroller
American Airlines on Saturday apologized to a female passenger and suspended an employee after a video showing an onboard clash over a baby stroller went viral, in the latest embarrassment for a U.S. carrier over how it treated a customer. The clip, posted on Facebook on Friday by a bystander aboard the flight, shows a woman in tears with a young child in her arms, and a man emerging from his seat to confront a male flight attendant who apparently wrested the stroller from the woman. Facebook user Surain Adyanthaya, who posted the video, wrote that the flight attendant had forcefully taken the stroller, hitting the woman with it and just missing her child.
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Furious Afghans call for resignations after Taliban base attack
Afghan families buried their dead and the country observed a national day of mourning Sunday after at least 100 soldiers were killed or wounded in a Taliban attack on a military base, prompting angry calls for ministers and army chiefs to resign. The exact toll from Friday's assault in the northern province of Balkh remained unclear, with some local officials putting the number of dead alone as high as 130. The raid, the deadliest-ever by the Taliban on a military base, underscores their growing strength more than 15 years after they were ousted from power.
?Science not silence?: Thousands rally in New York to take aim at ?alternative facts?