They hit the road at midnight in celebratory packs, whooping and ululating for joy.
Lawmakers who visited what's been called a tent city for unaccompanied immigrant children termed conditions there livable, yet voiced concerns about what's next for them amid confusion about the family reunification process.
As tempers flare over immigration and other policies, it's getting harder for top Trump administration officials to get a good meal anywhere near Washington D.C.
Washington (AP) -- White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders acknowledged Saturday in a tweet that she was booted from a Virginia restaurant Friday night because she works for President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump still had immigration on his mind as he headed to Nevada to bolster the hopes of a Republican senator facing a difficult re-election fight.
The European Union says it will continue a tit-for-tat escalation in its trade dispute with the U.S. while countering President Donald Trump's assertion that the U.S. is being treated unfairly by the 28-nation bloc.
French President Emmanuel Macron said he wants the European Union to establish "closed centers" in countries such as Italy and Greece to swiftly determine the status of migrants arriving by sea, with genuine asylum seekers shared out among EU memb
A top Palestinian official accused the U.S. of trying to overthrow Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, in an attempt to discredit an American peace mission it is shunning.
Terra Firma Capital Partners is interested in buying the world's largest operator of short-term office space, owner of the Regus brand, at least the fifth potential buyer to express interest as demand for co-working locations intensifies.
Saudi Arabia promised to act decisively to keep oil prices under control, signaling a real supply boost approaching 1 million barrels a day is on the way to global markets.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is safe after an explosion at a stadium in Bulawayo where he was addressing a rally before next month's elections, presidential spokesman George Charamba said by phone on Saturday.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's biggest rival appealed to a massive rally in Istanbul in the campaign's final hours. You just wouldn't know it watching state television.
Seoul, South Korea (AP) -- Kim Jong-pil, the founder of South Korea's spy agency whose political skills helped him also serve twice as prime minister, first under his dictator boss and later under a man his agency kidnapped, has died. He was 92.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said a "well-orchestrated attack" that injured scores of people in the capital Addis Ababa has failed to sow discord as the country embarks on a series of political and economic reforms.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox kept open the possibility of Britain exiting the European Union without striking a deal on its future relationship with the bloc, even as U.K. businesses ratcheted up their warnings against such an outcome.
Saudi Arabia rejected as "baseless" an accusation by UEFA, soccer's governing body in Europe, that the BeoutQ pirate service is based in the kingdom, insisting it has cracked down on devices used to illegally transmit premium sports events.
OPEC and its allies gathered for a third successive day of meetings in Vienna to give the final sign-off to an oil-production increase.
If the Erdogan era ends, it's likely to be Turkey's cities that deliver the knockout blow.
FBI Agent Peter Strzok, a central target of allegations by President Donald Trump and his allies of investigative bias and misconduct, has been subpoenaed to appear for closed-door questioning before two House committees.
The U.S. has "indefinitely suspended" military exercises in South Korea to foster Washington's fledgling relationship with Pyongyang in the wake of President Donald Trump's meeting in Singapore earlier this month with North Korean leader K