The former U.N. ambassador will become President Trump’s national security adviser next month, coinciding with summits with KimJong Un.
In Springfield, Mass., home to Smith & Wesson, talk of gun control collides with concerns about jobs.
Jaelynn Willey, the Maryland high school student who was shot in the head on Tuesday, will be taken off of life support after her family told reporters she was "brain dead"
Jaelynn Willey, who has “no life left in her,” will be removed from life support Thursday evening, her mother Melissa Willey said.
Bolton, a conservative firebrand, replaces Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster.
General McMaster had struggled for months to impose order not only on a fractious national security team but on a president who resisted the sort of discipline customary in the military.
Surveillance footage obtained by The Times shows the mundane movements of Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas gunman, in the chilling prelude to a massacre.
The House has passed a $1.3 trillion spending package that will increase funding for the military and domestic spending and will keep the government funded through the end of September, but it's unclear whether the Senate can pass the proposal ahead of a shutdown deadline Friday night.
White House prepares target list of trade actions punishing Beijing for forcing companies to surrender trade secrets as price of doing business in China.
President Donald Trump is preparing the next salvo in his widening war on Chinese trade abuses, this time taking aim at China's alleged theft of US intellectual property.
On Thursday morning at 6:19 a.m. ET, the President of the United States tweeted this: "Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn't know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don't threaten people Joe!"
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The controversial British data firm harnessed “authoritarian” sentiment around the world.
Lawmakers must approve the bill by midnight Friday to avoid a government shutdown this weekend, which would be the third closing this year.
Congress unveiled a massive bipartisan $1.3 trillion spending package Wednesday evening that will keep the government funded until the end of September, and the White House and GOP leaders say the plan has President Donald Trump's support.
Andrew G. McCabe, whom Mr. Sessions fired last week, authorized the investigation. Mr. Sessions inaccurately testified that he had no contacts with Russians.
Andy McCabe authorized the FBI to investigate whether Sessions misled Congress.
Chief executive said Facebook will audit thousands of apps in response to the “breach of trust” created by Cambridge Analytica.
New Yorkers woke up to the fourth nor’easter this month, with heavy snow and strong winds disrupting travel, school and work around the region.
Trump’s pledge to hold arms control talks with Putin could begin reversal of breakdown in pacts limiting nuclear, conventional weapons.
The 24-year-old, who has not been identified, is believed to have been involved in the attacks that left at least two people dead.
The suspected serial bomber who terrorized Austin with a slew of exploding packages died early Wednesday after detonating his last explosive device in his vehicle as Austin police closed in on him, Interim Austin Police Chief Brian Manley confirmed.
"Travel will be very difficult to impossible, especially during the evening commute," in big Northeast cities on Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.
The Associated Press projected billionaire businessman J.B. Pritzker would win the Democratic nod for governor.
The Federal Trade Commission is examining whether Facebook violated a 2011 agreement with the agency on data privacy, a person with knowledge of the inquiry said.
If you have been trying to keep up with the various legal battles brewing around President Donald Trump over his pre-presidential treatment of and relationships with women, today was especially busy. And that's saying something.
Cambridge's team strongly implies improper coordination with outside groups.
Ms. McDougal is the second woman this month to challenge Trump associates’ efforts to bury stories of extramarital affairs.
Authorities said the situation at the St. Mary’s County school is contained.
Three people were injured in a shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland on Tuesday morning, according to a county spokesman. No fatalities have been confirmed.
Authorities fear but have not established a link with four explosive devices that have killed two people and injured two others in Austin.
Sudan's death at the age of 45 leaves only two females of his subspecies alive in the world.
Sudan lived most of his life in a zoo in the Czech Republic, but was brought to a conservancy in Kenya in 2009 as part of a last-ditch effort to save his species. He died at the conservancy at age 45.
Robert Mueller has Donald Trump in a box.
Florida school shooter's brother arrested for allegedly trespassing at Parkland high school.
The social media giant changed its policies in 2015, but not before apps such as FarmVille and Tinder — and the Obama campaign — took advantage.
Facebook had allowed apps to access users personal info and that of their friends. News that one gave it to a voter targeting firm has renewed concerns over user privacy.
The Supreme Court has denied a request from Pennsylvania Republicans to block new congressional maps that could tilt several key races in Democrats' favor from being used in the midterm elections.
Firing special counsel Robert Mueller would be "the beginning of the end of (Donald Trump's) presidency," predicted South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday.
The president appears to have stepped back from the brink on the issue.
Over the weekend, President Trump made his most direct — and explicit — criticism of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
The president called out special counsel Robert S. Mueller III by name for the first time in a fresh tirade against the Russia probe, but GOP lawmakers showed no new urgency to pass a law restraining him from ordering Mueller fired.
An explosion that injured two men Sunday night -- in what has been the fourth blast in Austin, Texas, this month -- could've been triggered by a tripwire, said Austin Police Chief Brian Manley.
Authorities say they think Sunday's package explosion is related to three others, which have killed two people.