Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday that the US will not require North Korea to provide a full list of its nuclear and missile sites before President Donald Trump meets with dictator Kim Jong Un for a second summit slated for early next year.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O'Rourke met during a chance encounter at a Texas airport this week, where the two reportedly exchanged kind words and discussed how they could "move forward" together just days after a highly contentious Senate election.
The number of US citizens seeking refuge in Canada skyrocketed last year.
More than a dozen news outlets -- from the Associated Press to USA Today, The Washington Post and Politico -- are filing friend-of-the-court briefs to support CNN and Jim Acosta's lawsuit against President Trump and several top aides.
A strong storm that hit the eastern half of the country Thursday morning is expected to make its way into the Northeast, spreading heavy rain and flooding along the East Coast and snow and ice inland. Flooding may and icy conditions will continue across the South, where five people have been killed recently in weather-related incidents.
Republicans and Democrats might not agree on much these days, but there's a consensus forming among partisan investors: the bull market is running low on time.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May was plunged into a deep political crisis on Thursday as she was hit by a wave of resignations over her Brexit plan.
A team of leading art researchers has revealed that two bronze sculptures of nude men riding panther-like creatures are the work of Michelangelo, bearing hallmarks of the Renaissance artist's oeuvre including distinctive toes and his signature "eight-pack" stomach muscles.
Two US Navy SEALs and two US Marines have been charged for their role in the June 2017 death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar in Bamako, Mali, a death that investigators determined to be murder.
Roy Clark, a country music star and former host of the long-running TV series "Hee Haw," died Thursday, his publicist told CNN. He was 85.
A federal judge on Thursday upheld a federal indictment against the Russian troll farm accused of meddling in the 2016 election, handing a victory to special counsel Robert Mueller.
The Trump administration on Thursday imposed penalties on 17 individuals over their alleged roles in the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The British pound dropped sharply on Thursday after two key UK government ministers resigned, plunging the Brexit process into deep uncertainty and hiking the risk of a chaotic rupture with the European Union.
By multiple accounts, Donald Trump is in one of the deepest funks of his presidency. The bad news is that the challenges and threats that are making his mood so dark are likely to get worse before they get better.
A photo showing a group of male, mostly white Wisconsin high school students with their arms raised in what appear to be Nazi salutes has sparked an investigation by police and the school district, along with criticism from a Holocaust memorial group.
The owner of the Thousand Oaks bar where 12 people died is unsure if reopening 'is going to feel right'
As Thousand Oaks comes to grips with the dual traumas of a deadly mass shooting and destructive wildfires, Brian Hynes will have to decide whether to reopen the Southern California bar where 12 people were killed.
When Amazon arrives in the northern Virginia suburb of Crystal City, eventually bringing 25,000 jobs as part of its vaunted headquarters expansion, the tech behemoth will quickly become one of the region's biggest employers.
The Premier League has confirmed Susanna Dinnage will take over as the organization's chief executive.
Federal authorities are investigating after an air traffic controller on an overnight shift at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas repeatedly gave incoherent directions and responses to pilots.
A renewed ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza has brought an end to the most severe round of fighting between the two sides since the 2014 war.
'Time is running out': Former Hill staffers urge Congress to pass stalled sexual harassment legislation
As lawmakers return to Washington after the midterms, a group of former Capitol Hill staffers is calling for the passage of long-stalled sexual harassment legislation before the current session of Congress ends and warning that "time is running out" to enact reform.
It's all been leading up to this. HBO has announced that the final season of "Game of Thrones" will premiere in April 2019.
Chip and Joanna Gaines fans rejoice! Months after the series finale of their wildly popular HGTV renovation show, "Fixer Upper," the couple announced they are coming back -- with their own network.
Turns out Drake's 30th birthday party caused John Mayer to get in his feelings.
CNN has filed a lawsuit against President Trump and several of his aides, seeking the immediate restoration of chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta's access to the White House.
Republicans in Florida and nationally who are trying to paint the statewide recount as a Democratic effort to steal the election have zeroed in on one woman as the face of the effort: Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes.
President Donald Trump met again with his lawyers on Monday to go over a series of written questions from special counsel Robert Mueller's team, according to a source familiar with the session.
British and European Union negotiators have agreed on a draft Brexit deal, UK Prime Minister Theresa May's office said Tuesday, more than two years after the country voted in a divisive referendum to withdraw from the bloc.
Amazon is bringing 25,000 jobs and a new name to Northern Virginia.
White House officials have told congressional leaders and appropriators that President Donald Trump does not want any additional relief funding sent to Puerto Rico, a congressional leadership aide told CNN on Monday.
Less than one month after premiering his talk show on Netflix, comedian Hasan Minhaj is proving he's not afraid of speaking his mind, even when his target is another show that airs on Netflix.
The US Food and Drug Administration says another heart medicine is being voluntarily recalled after tests showed that it was tainted with a potential cancer-causing chemical.
The state of play in key races has shifted since election night almost one week ago, offering a different picture of where the balance of power will stand in Washington come January.
With House leadership races and an election to determine who will be the next speaker of the House of Representatives on the horizon, Nancy Pelosi is calling on House Democrats to "be unified."
In the middle of the busy week before the midterm elections, the White House held an event in the State Dining Room to advertise what sounded like a milestone: millions of new training opportunities pledged by companies and trade associations, offering pathways to better wages.
Taking myself out to a local Japanese restaurant for dinner shouldn't have been a big deal, but it became one before I even picked up my chopsticks
On Sunday, two former advisers to Hillary Clinton made a bold claim in a Wall Street Journal op-ed. Here it is:
American oil executives will sleep a bit better tonight after Saudi Arabia signaled it's coming to the rescue of the battered crude market.
Sarah Jessica Parker's latest film asks moviegoers to reflect on finality.
Stan Lee, the colorful Marvel Comics patriarch who helped usher in a new era of superhero storytelling -- and saw his creations become a giant influence in the movie business -- has died.
His "24K Magic" album and tour has been a success and now Bruno Mars is sharing his good fortune.
Maria Ressa, the CEO of the Philippine news website Rappler, said Monday that her reporters would not be silenced in the face of tax evasion charges, telling CNN that "journalists are more important today than ever."
President Donald Trump is intensifying his challenge to constitutional constraints and governing norms that are already facing their gravest test since Watergate in the 1970s.
The Florida secretary of state announced Saturday afternoon that the razor-thin races for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner will be reviewed in a series of recounts which were triggered because the margins in all three contests are under .5%.
Victoria Beckham hinted Sunday about why she's not part of the upcoming Spice Girls reunion tour.
"Deadlocked," "Titanic," "Failing," and "Life support." If you believe the British media, the United Kingdom is heading for a Brexit catastrophe.
A five-minute neck scan could predict a person's risk of developing dementia a full decade before symptoms emerge, researchers have said.
On Thursday, a well-known painting by British artist David Hockney is poised to smash the record for a work by a living artist sold at auction.
Georgia police officer Antwan Toney was honored in many ways after he was killed in the line of duty last month.
Former first lady Michelle Obama wrote that she was unable to put on a happy face and smile during President Donald Trump's inauguration in her new book, according to ABC News.