USA Today isn't known for its blistering op-eds. Which makes the one the paper's editorial board just published on President Donald Trump all the more savage.
Authorities in China's far-west are collecting DNA samples, fingerprints, eye scans and blood types of millions of people aged 12 to 65, according to a new Human Rights Watch (HRW) report.
CNN's Jake Tapper fact checks Roy Moore campaign spokesman Ted Crockett, who inaccurately claimed that a Christian Bible must, by law, be used when being sworn into office.
Two US Navy destroyers involved in deadly collisions this year -- the USS John S. McCain and USS Fitzgerald -- had lengthy records of expired training certifications and some requirements had lapsed for more than two years, according to a new report obtained by CNN.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the US is ready to talk with North Korea without preconditions. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
President Donald Trump claimed on Tuesday that he didn't know or had never met the women accusing him of sexual harassment and assault, despite evidence to the contrary.
As a child she dreamed of being the first woman in the NBA. At Pyeongchang next year, Seun Adigun will drive the first African bobsled in Olympic history.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US is ready to talk with North Korea without preconditions.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson touted the State Department's accomplishments this year, but conceded that it has yet to score an outright "win," saying that the work of diplomacy isn't that simple.
A United Nations diplomat is warning about the need to decrease tensions with North Korea due to concerns that Kim Jong Un could develop biological weapons. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) responds to President Trump's tweet saying the senator "would do anything" for campaign money.
Democratic senators are coming to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's defense Tuesday after President Donald Trump called her a "lightweight" on Twitter and blasted the New York Democrat as a "flunky" and "used."
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