Only a day after President Trump labeled the growing number of CEOs quitting his business council “grandstanders,", he tweeted he would abolish them rather than pressure executives to stay. One of the groups was already planning to disband
A governor in Venezuela says at least 37 people have been killed during clashes between inmates and security forces at a prison in the country's south. The bloodshed came after fighting erupted between inmates and their jailers
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said he does not believe there is a military solution to North Korea in regards to its nuclear weapons program, contradicting President Trump's earlier comments threatening "fire and fury"
Elvis Presley, the legendary singer and movie star who became known as the king of rock and roll, died of heart failure 40 years ago this week. His death on Aug. 16, 1977 stunned the music industry and devastated millions of fans worldwide
Attorney General Jeff Sessions continued his condemnation of Chicago's sanctuary policies, which limit interactions between the local government and immigration authorities, saying they amount to "lawlessness" and put citizens lives in danger
Despite White House claims to the contrary, fired FBI Director James Comey was highly respected and trusted within the bureau during his nearly four-year tenure, according to internal survey results
Under new guidance from the Trump Administration, immigration lawyers may be scrambling with less preparation time more often. The Justice Department issued a memorandum to immigration judges urging them to grant fewer continuances
The House Homeland Security Committee will hold a hearing on domestic terrorism and threats from extremist groups following the white nationalist rally that left several people dead and 20 others injured in Charlottesville, Va.
Heather Heyer, the woman who was killed in violent protests in Virginia, was remembered at a memorial service as someone who always wanted fairness, even from a young age. Her father said his daughter wanted to "put down hate"
U.S. Coast Guard and military crews are searching the ocean off Hawaii for five crew members of an Army helicopter that reportedly went down during a training exercise. Officials at Wheeler Army Airfield reported losing communications Tuesday night
A Texas "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people died again, along with many of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott's summer demands, as an already bruising legislative session was derailed by Republican backbiting
Sierra Leone's government is urging family members to identify their loved ones' remains following mudslides and floods in the capital that have killed more than 300 people. Another 600 people are still missing