Trump, in angry Twitter spree, declares ?the complete power to pardon?
Those who hope for a Twitter tirade from the president every Saturday morning were amply rewarded, as he lashed out at multiple targets.
Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Shooting
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeť Harteau resigned on Friday, nearly a week after a police officer fatally Justine Damond.
Eight Massive Wildfires Rage Across California
Among the fires is the most destructive wildfire in the U.S. this year, which crept within a mile of the historic tourist town of Mariposa.
Gen. Dunford On North Korea: We Can Protect the American People Today
Joint Chiefs Chairman Joseph Dunford explains how North Korea is progressing toward a nuclear weapon but stresses the U.S. is more than capable of handling that threat.
Senate Minority Leader: GOP health care plan is 'rotten to the core'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., discusses the Democratic Party's new agenda on "This Week."
Venezuela?s symphony of protests
Musicians in Venezuela have been taking their instruments to protests this year, and a violist was killed in June. Here are some of the players in action.
Robot finds likely melted fuel heap inside Fukushima reactor
TOKYO (AP) ? Images captured by an underwater robot showed massive deposits believed to be melted nuclear fuel covering the floor of a damaged reactor at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
Russian Spy House That Inspired 'The Americans' Will Be Put Up for Sale
A New Jersey home that has been vacant since the FBI arrested a family of undercover Russian spies living there is heading for sale
Woman Shares Touching Photo of Walmart Employee Helping Blind Man Shop
She said the heartwarming moment caught her eye.
Afghanistan's Shiites mark anniversary of deadly attack
The site west of Kabul is the last resting place for victims of a deadly suicide bombing on July 23 last year -- the first claimed by the Islamic State group in the heart of Kabul against Afghanistan's Shiite Muslim Hazara ethnic minority. The line from Turkmenistan to Kabul, capital of energy-starved Afghanistan, bypasses the province of Bamiyan, a Hazara stronghold. For Hazara leaders the route is a further sign of discrimination against their community and their province, one of the least developed in Afghanistan.