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Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) expresses concern over the US' relationship with Australia following reports of a tense exchange between President Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull.
The Treasury Department said Thursday it will allow for some companies to do limited business with Russia's Federal Security Service, known as the FSB.
US Smokeless Tobacco Co., part of Altria, is voluntarily recalling some smokeless tobacco products after consumer complaints of foreign metal objects in cans.
A full week has passed since President Donald Trump said he would sign an executive order opening a Justice Department investigation into his unsubstantiated claim that millions of people voted illegally in November.
From border towns to the bustling capital, Mexicans are fuming about President Trump's plan to erect a wall between the long-time allies and the threats to use a 20% tariff on Mexican goods to finance it.
Will Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Yosemite and other national parks be closed to visitors this summer?
The 1,172-mile Dakota Access Pipeline is nearly complete, except for a hotly contested section under North Dakota's Lake Oahe that's been the topic of massive protests. But now, the Army is allowing that final section to be built, two lawmakers said.
I am a child of a Muslim refugee. My father found safety and shelter in the United States after fleeing violence in his homeland, Iran. Yet under President Donald Trump's ban, he likely would have been denied entry, no questions asked.
President Donald Trump veered off script at the start of the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday when he asked a room full of lawmakers, foreign dignitaries and religious leaders to pray for Arnold Schwarzenegger so that ratings of his show -- NBC's "The Apprentice" -- would go up.
Juliana Farris Mazurkewicz arrived at her daughter's day care in Hockley, Texas, ready to pick her up, when she saw a sign that stopped her in her tracks.
Iran promised to "vigorously" continue its missile activity and not bow to threats from the United States.
The Republican-led Congress took its first steps Wednesday to roll back environmental, financial disclosure and energy regulations put in in place by the Obama administration.
In an April 2011 interview, President Donald Trump said he'd put the American military on the border to stop illegal immigration.
Donald Trump's presidency is off to an explosive start: A clash with the media over crowd size on Inauguration Day; the theatrical unveiling of a Supreme Court nominee; and the launch of an immigration crackdown that sparked nationwide protests.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's government formally set out details for the first time Thursday of its strategy for Britain's departure from the European Union.
Democrats are spending the opening weeks of the Trump administration trying to flex their muscle any way they can -- boycotting confirmation hearings, refusing to work with Republicans on Obamacare and pondering a filibuster of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick.
It is one of the most famous stadiums in the world and was a showpiece venue for the Rio Olympics, but six months on from the Summer Games the iconic Maracana looks more ghostly than glitzy.