Protesters stage a rally in New York City to denounce the growing rate of hate crimes across the US.
Trump's former national security adviser discussed with Turkish officials the possibility of physically removing Fethullah Gulen from the US.
US Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer has described President Donald Trump as "incompetent" after the collapse of Trumpcare.
US Republicans have abandoned their bid to repeal Obamacare, and a vote on their healthcare bill has been cancelled, and they have no plans to try again.
A senior American military commander says North Korea might strike Alaska, Washington’s last line of defense against an attack.
US authorities have charged a Lebanese businessman with evading sanctions imposed against him over his alleged support to Hezbollah.
The deeply-divided Republican Party has admitted to it defeat in coming up with a program to replace Obamacare.
A federal judge expects to issue a decision “shortly” on US President Donald Trump’s revised ban on many travelers from six Muslim-majority nations.
Saudi Arabia is facing a $6 billion lawsuit by dozens of insurers seeking to hold it responsible for business and property damage caused by the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
The US has imposed sanctions on eleven companies or individuals from China, North Korea or the UAE for transferring technology to Iran.
Canada’s largest school board is unhappy with President Donald Trump’s travel bans thus, stopping any new school trips to the US until further notice.
The Trump administration has issued a permit authorizing construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
The two sides said they would continue to engage in dialogue over the expansion of Israeli settlements in Palestine.
The Senate confirms pro-settlement hardliner David Friedman as America's ambassador to Israel.
Protesters take to the streets across the US as millions of people fear they could lose health coverage under the Republicans' health plan.
Trump is “very confident” that he will be "vindicated" regarding his claim that the Obama administration spied on him during the election campaign, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said.
US Republican leaders in the House of Representatives have postponed a planned vote on legislation to repeal Obamacare.
US senators have introduced a bill that would impose tighter sanctions against Iran over its ballistic missile tests.
WikiLeaks reveals the CIA has been targeting the iPhone since 2008, a year after the landmark device was released.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has apologized to Democratic members of the committee in the wake of communication gathering revelation.
A Utah man was killed and his wife injured in Wednesday's London attack.
A top Democrat calls for an investigation into the House intelligence chair.
US President Donald Trump is losing support among Republicans, whites and men, a new poll shows.
Amnesty International says the US and UK should immediately cease their “shameful” arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks of his country’s top priority in the Middle East, asserting that Washington does not seek “the business of nation building” in the region.
US spy agencies possibly monitored Trump and members of his transition team after the 2016 vote, says a key Republican.
Sixty percent of Muslims reported personally experiencing religious discrimination in the past year, a new poll shows.
The Congressional Black Caucus plans to push President Donald Trump on changing the Justice Department's priorities.
The White House has announced US President Donald Trump’s travel plans to Europe for a NATO summit in May.
Trump’s nuclear advisor says Washington will honor the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and six major world powers, including the US.
Donald Trump’s pick for a vacancy in the US Supreme Court Justice, distances himself from the new president and his administration.
A key Democrat censures the House Armed Services Committee for reducing its public hearing over a nude photo sharing scandal to a subcommittee hearing on social media policies.
US tech giant Google has released a set of tools it says are designed to protect elections globally.
The UK follows the US in banning electronic devices on passenger flights from several Muslim-majority countries.
The US is reportedly weighing tough sanctions against North Korea to bar its access to the global financial system.
Hundreds of Americans affected by the September 11 attacks have filed a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia over its alleged role in the incident.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will travel to Russia next month, a week after skipping a NATO summit meeting.
A hand-written note delivered to an Iowa mosque warns that President Trump will do to Muslims 'what Hitler did to the Jews.'
Donald Trump should apologize to his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, for claims assessed as false by FBI Director James Comey, says a former CIA chief.
US President Donald Trump has question Iran nuclear deal amid a visit by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
The US, Israel’s closest ally, says it will not attend the UN Human Rights Council meeting on the Palestinian issue.
A new poll suggests that most young Americans do not see Donald Trump's presidency as legitimate.
The European Commission president warns EU relations with the US are at historic lows because of Donald Trump.
Senator Rand Paul says the Republican healthcare overhaul bill will not pass through Congress.
The embassy staffer was forced to leave New Zealand over allegations of involvement in a serious criminal incident.
The former UK envoy to the US rejects claims by US President Donald Trump about the UK’s involvement in alleged wiretapping of Trump Tower.
US President Donald Trump’s approval rating has hit a new low, a new poll shows.
A congressional panel tasked with seeing into the role Russia possibly played in the victory of US President Donald Trump has so far found no evidence of any “collusion.”
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Chinese President Xi Jin-ping have pledged to bolster ties between the two countries.
President Trump’s assertion that Germany owes "vast sums" to NATO shows he does not understand the alliance, says a former US ambassador.
More than 33,000 people across the US died in 2015 from opioid overdoses, 10 times the level in 1971 when the "War on Drug" was launched.
The US military is likely to expand its intervention in Syria under the Trump administration.
A man is in custody after driving to a White House checkpoint claiming to have a bomb inside his vehicle.
The US believes in free trade except in the case of some agreements, which need reexamination, says Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
A new poll shows most American young adults, including 75% of blacks and nearly half whites, view Trump as an "illegitimate president."
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who has prohibited any pool reporters from traveling with him, says he is not “a big media press access person.”
The White House intruder was on the grounds for 15 minutes before his arrest.
Trump’s proposal to amend the Paris accord to promote the coal industry shows that he is “a master manipulator.”
The US Justice Department is developing plans to temporarily reassign immigration judges from around the country to speed up deportations.
Rodney James Hess, 36, streamed live videos of himself as police officers shot him in Tennessee.
Law informant officials say the computer contained sensitive files, including floor plans and evacuation protocol for Trump Tower.
US President Donald Trump repeats his accusation that former President Barack Obama had ordered intelligence agencies to spy on him.
The Trump administration “bodes ill for American foreign policy over the next four years,” an American journalist says.
The US Justice Department has filed an appeal notice against a ruling by a Maryland federal judge that partially blocked President Donald Trump’s new travel ban.
Donald Trump hosts Angela Merkel in Washington and the two discuss a range of issues, including the NATO alliance.
Sixty percent of American voters say a pathway for legal residency should be the US government’s immigration priority, a poll shows.
The Pentagon has claimed that a US airstrike in northern Syria has not struck a mosque, but rather a nearby building.
Trump will not repeat claims that Britain's GCHQ spy agency helped Obama wiretap Trump Tower.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has warned that military action against North Korea would be "on the table" if Pyongyang elevated the threat level.
Hundreds of US protesters have taken to the streets of New York City to express their resentment against President Donald Trump's controversial immigration policies.
The United States has reiterated its condemnation of Russia's reunification with Crimea.
The US State Department says that President Donald Trump's proposed budget would not reduce American aid to Israel.
The White House says it will appeal against the rulings of two federal judges who blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban on citizens of six Muslim-majority nations.
The rise of Racism in the US which has been a widespread phenomenon is the hallmarks of the Obama administration.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the US will not continue participating in the UN Human Rights Council unless the rights agency undergoes “considerable reform.”
A federal judge in Maryland has temporarily blocked parts of President Trump’s revised travel order.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says a new approach is required to counter North Korea.
Amnesty International urges the US not to approve pending weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Trump has finalized his first budget for the federal government, with a ten percent increase in military spending.
John McCain has accused fellow Senator Rand Paul of working for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
US President Donald Trump has denounced a court ruling blocking his revised travel ban as “an unprecedented judicial overreach.”
A federal judge in the US state of Hawaii has halted President Trump's revised travel ban, ruling it is unconstitutional.
The United States is planning to deploy about 1,000 additional US troops to northern Syria, according to a Pentagon official.
The United States has indicted two Russian intelligence officers over a massive cyberattack.
Top congressmen from both Republican and Democratic parties have ruled out US President Donald Trump’s claim over being wiretapped by his predecessor, Barack Obama.
US President Donald Trump and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have reconfirmed their support for an "enduring strategic relationship."
Forty-two percent of Americans say they personally worry a "great deal" about race relations in the United States, a new Gallup poll shows.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to Japan, South Korea and China amid escalated tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis says global warming is a national security threat, in a break with President Trump who denies climate change.
Trump was committed "to his company, his family and his employees” to pay the least possible amount of tax to the US government, the White House said.
During his 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama promised to oversee the most transparent administration in US history.