A suicide-bomb blast killed at least 63 people at a wedding party in Kabul on Saturday night, and injured 182 more. It was the most lethal attack in Afghanistan’s capital this year, and it comes at a time:
Lindsey Graham on IG investigation into Russia probe: I want the American people to see what happened
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham says he believes Inspector General Horowitz's report is going to be ugly and damning regarding the DOJ's handling of the Russia probe. South Carolina Republican
Trump says Tim Cook made a ‘compelling argument’ that tariffs would impact Apple’s ability to compete against Samsung
The President and Apple CEO Tim Cook met for dinner on Friday night. In an interview with reporters, Donald Trump said the pair discussed the impact of tariffs on Apple’s business. Cook reportedly argued
After a week of serious warnings about the threat of a recession and the emergence of indicators signaling a coming economic downturn, the White House is scrambling to convince the public that the economy
President Donald Trump on Sunday slammed his preferred news network over recent unfavorable poll results, saying: “There’s something going on at Fox [News], I’ll tell you right now. And I'm not happy it.”
On February 28, 1882, Senator John Franklin Miller, a Republican from California, introduced a bill to bar Chinese laborers from entering the United States. Miller had been a brigadier general in the Army.
How serious is President Trump about firing back at France over its new tax on U.S. technology? Maybe as much as 100 percent. During his visit to New York’s Hamptons for a fundraiser Aug. 9, the president
"I strongly hope that this is not meant seriously," the Danish prime minister told local media. President Donald Trump confirmed on Sunday that he's "interested" in buying Greenland. The only problem?
Imagine the uproar if the entire populations of York, Portsmouth or Swindon were suddenly exposed to three times the permissible level of penetrating gamma radiation, or what the nuclear physicist Ernest
The Trump administration is aggressively pursuing economic sanctions as a primary foreign policy tool to an extent unseen in decades, or perhaps ever. Many are questioning the results even as officials