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The president's comments came in the wake of the Singapore summit that he has cast as dramatically reducing the nuclear threat posed by North Korea, despite no specific commitments about how it will eliminate its weapons.
The rulings in the Wisconsin and Maryland cases again postpone a decision on the larger issue of when courts can find that efforts to keep parties in power are unconstitutional.
On Twitter, President Trump pushed for lawmakers to pass a comprehensive immigration bill, while a White House spokesman accused Democrats of playing politics.
Korea Aerospace Industries paid Michael Cohen $150,000 for advice on contracting rules.
It’s been two summers since Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” broke the news of her husband’s infidelity in song. On Saturday night, the couple unveiled “Everything Is Love,” a surprise album of duets.
Unlike their predecessors from the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs — heroes and household names whose “one giant leap” was imprinted in the national lexicon and whose lunar footprints endure undisturbed decades later — today’s astronauts are largely anonymous.
Administration members struggle with how to talk about this issue — alternating between defending the initiative as a necessary deterrent, distancing themselves, blaming Democrats, trying to use it as leverage for negotiations with Congress or denying that it exists at all.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is locked in a showdown with renegade members of her government as her 13-year run in power hangs in the balance.
Investigators obtained Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort's messages on encrypted apps.
This looks significantly more like a coverup than it did 24 hours ago.
In a British television interview, Thomas Markle said Harry was an “interesting guy” and “easy to talk to” during their phone conversations.
The kites have destroyed nature reserves and agricultural plantations. As the number of kites has grown, Israel’s response has intensified.
The sponsorship by Budweiser conflicted with his Muslim beliefs. It remains to be seen if other Muslim players will do the same, should they also be honored with the award.
Amy Mickelson called her husband's decision to hit a ball that was sliding off a green at the U.S. Open “uncharacteristic,” while the USGA explained its decision not to disqualify the five-time major winner.
Reforms decreed by Saudi Arabia’s crown prince are bringing unprecedented change to the lives of Saudi women, who are entering careers, starting businesses and seeking and securing divorces and child-support payments. But the changes also reveal how much ground the conservative kingdom has to cover.
Restricted or forbidden in Myanmar, pants are the season’s must-have status symbol for men in the sprawling, squalid refugee camps in Bangladesh.
With the swagger of a linebacker and the face of a rock formation, Koepka held off his challengers as he wove through the par-70 Shinnecock Hills, built like a series of switchbacks. Since the World War II era, only two men had defended their Open titles. Koepka became the third.
No one can predict when — or if — sanctions on Pyongyang will be eased. But companies in the South are busy preparing.
A growing number of scientists and developers have begun trying to counterprogram the news alerts, friend requests and updates that crowd our waking hours. They call their movement “digital wellness.”
Against a notable silence on the part of many Republicans who usually defend President Trump, Democratic lawmakers fanned out across the country to visit detention centers in an effort to compel a change of policy and gain political advantage. White House officials dug in, but first lady Melania Trump illustrated the difficult balance by saying she “hates to see children separated from their families.”