conservatives in the mainland united states are celebrating the idea of potentially taking down someone they see as a bully.
the russian leader ordered the united states to cut its staff in the country, and president trump thanked him.
president trump’s remarks late friday about the chaos in venezuela prompted the defense minister to accuse him of “supreme extremism.”
a rally against the removal of a statue of robert e. lee has charlottesville, home to the university of virginia, bracing for a weekend of potential violence.
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as he renewed his warning against kim jong-un, the north korean leader, president trump also suggested possible u.s. military action in venezuela.
the white house aide spoke at the annual gathering of the national association of black journalists for a panel that was moderated by ed gordon, a host at bounce tv.
the judge in denver ruled that a radio host who said the singer had falsely accused him of groping had not produced sufficient evidence to continue the case.
employees are encouraged to speak up in online forums, but those forums have become heated over an internal memo that questioned the role of women in tech.
the n.f.l. made its ruling after an independent investigation into allegations of domestic violence. the dallas running back has not been charged.
a national security council staff member, rich higgins, was told to resign last month after a memo accused “deep state” marxists of seeking to overthrow the president.
military officials insist no action is imminent. but both pre-emptive and defensive options are available, should president trump choose them. here’s a breakdown.
north korea, long a source of global tension, overtook the news this week when president trump threatened “fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
problems with the pumping and drainage system caused severe flooding in the city last weekend and put residents on edge.
the group, which is led by the venture capitalist bruce sherman, agreed to buy the team for nearly $1.2 billion.
north korea’s accelerating military advances — and president trump’s volatile response — could complicate japan’s close alliance with the united states.
a hard-right group chartered a ship to monitor the rescue of migrants. but when it ran into engine trouble on the mediterranean, it rejected an offer of help from an aid vessel.
mr. kenyatta won a contest marred by allegations of vote-rigging and the killing of a top election official.
the 24-hour operational resets come after two accidents in recent weeks that killed 16 service members and left three missing and presumed dead.
sigrid rausing’s coming book raises questions of whether the lines between memoir and voyeurism, family catharsis and score-settling, have been blurred.