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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Wednesday that defeating ISIS would be the United States' top priority in the Middle East and hinted at establishing a safe zone for refugee protection, as allies chafed at the time it's taking the Trump administration to articulate a strategy.
An educator accused of using his clout to curry favor with Japanese politicians, including the first family, told lawmakers under oath Thursday he believes political intervention helped him secure a deal to purchase land from the government.
Fast-growing Middle Eastern airlines have been luring business travelers away from carriers in the U.S., Europe and Asia for years. But they may find the seats in the front of the plane going unfilled after the U.S. and U.K. banned large electronics in the cabin on some flights from the region.
From 1938-1948, Laura Fitzpatrick photographed her friends and neighbors in Brooklyn and kept a detailed scrapbook. Her remarkable photos, unseen by the public for years, are now part of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The FBI has information that indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign, US officials told CNN. CNN's Pamela Brown and Evan Perez have the details.
President Donald Trump, in an effort to sell his health care plan to wary conservatives, is turning to his trio of former House Republicans with what he hopes are influential conservative credentials: Vice President Mike Pence, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and Office and Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, who's delivered a polished performance in his confirmation hearings this week, slipped up on Wednesday, accidentally uttering a campaign catch phrase that had the room roaring in laughter.
It's a depressingly familiar tale. A vehicle slams into a group of pedestrians in a Western city and the terrorist driving the car then uses a knife to inflict further damage and is soon shot by police.
Chinese officials warned a US military aircraft flying near South Korea Sunday, telling its pilots that they were illegally operating in Chinese airspace and ordering the American plane to leave, a US defense official told CNN.
If you've been on Facebook this week, chances are you've seen someone share comments made by Geno Auriemma, coach of the University of Connecticut women's basketball team. UConn hasn't lost a game in more than two years and is in play for a fifth consecutive national title.
Attorneys representing Aaron Hernandez in the former NFL star's double-murder trial attacked the credibility of a key witness Wednesday, accusing him of being a "killer" and violent drug dealer who was lying in court.
The FBI has information that indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign, US officials told CNN.
On Monday, the TSA announced a peculiar new security measure to take effect within 96 hours. Passengers flying into the US on foreign airlines from eight Muslim countries would be prohibited from carrying aboard any electronics larger than a smartphone. They would have to be checked and put into the cargo hold. And now the UK is following suit.
As Judge Neil Gorsuch continued to testify at his Supreme Court confirmation hearing Wednesday, his potential soon-to-be colleagues were busy reversing an interpretation of a federal anti-discrimination statute that he played a role in crafting.
Despite previous reports that Ivanka Trump would not obtain security clearance, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said at the night it was not true, but now Ivanka has decided to go above and beyond.
It's been a week, and still, there is no sign of the 15-year-old girl or the Culleoka, Tennessee, high school teacher charged with abducting her weeks after another student reported seeing the two kissing.
A recent WikiLeaks document dump, purportedly from the CIA, claimed that the agency can hack smart TVs and place them in "fake-off" mode, allowing an owner's private conversations to be recorded and sent to a covert server.
In a last-minute effort to sink the Republican health care bill, a powerful network of conservative donors said Wednesday it would create a new fund for Republican 2018 reelection races -- but they'll only open it up to GOPers who vote against the bill.
While discussing whether President Trump's Twitter account is spreading misinformation regarding comments made by FBI Director James Comey, CNN's Anderson Cooper says to a panelist, "You're smarter than that."
One piece shows a woman wearing a loosely tied hijab, her peroxide-blonde hair hanging in front. She has blue contact lenses and blows a large pink bubble with her gum. Another features 32 stacked Persian carpets, each with a cutout in the shape of a fighter jet.
Anthony Scaramucci, a former Trump campaign fundraiser and member of the Presidential Transition Team, defends the president's credibility and inaccurate claims that he was wiretapped by President Obama.
President Donald Trump looked out into a crowd of many unfamiliar faces in a basement room on Capitol Hill Tuesday morning, as he delivered a vigorous sales pitch to lawmakers on the Republican health care bill.
President Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort pushed back Wednesday on a report that he earned millions of dollars by helping Russian President Vladimir Putin's government push its interests around the world.