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President Donald Trump signs executive action to keep "radical Islamic terrorists" out of the United States. CNN's Jim Sciutto has more.
It only took Russel Neiss about an hour and a half to create the automated Twitter account that brought to life Friday a decades-old tragedy -- more than 250 tragedies, really -- on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The US government has denied more than 500 Syrian refugee applications since 2011 because applicants had known or suspected terrorism ties, according to House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul.
As Donald Trump warned of voter fraud before November's election and said afterward he believed millions of illegal votes were cast, the website Infowars and its founder Alex Jones were right with him -- or even ahead of him.
CNN's Ben Wedeman explains the one thing you need to know about President Trump's executive order on refugees.
US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are scheduled to speak on the phone Saturday in their first conversation since Trump took office, an administration official told CNN.
The Food and Drug Administration urged parents Friday to not use Hyland's homeopathic teething products containing belladonna, commonly known as deadly nightshade -- a toxic substance.
Democratic mayors of the nation's largest cities are quickly banding together to fight President Donald Trump's crack down on so-called sanctuary cities.
President Donald Trump said Friday he will allow his Defense Secretary James Mattis to "override" him on torture, an issue on which the two men disagree.
President Donald Trump enters office facing low job approval ratings and skepticism from voters, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.
The Facebook CEO and cofounder expressed concern on Friday over Trump's executive orders this week on immigration and refugees.
In an interview with Christian Broadcasting Network, President Donald Trump said the media is the opposition party in many ways, and went on to say it is not everyone, but a big portion of the media.
We're drowning in email. We check it incessantly -- more than half of American workers check email at least once an hour. And at night. And on weekends. And on vacation.
First Lady Melania Trump's libel suit against a blogger will move forward, but it remains unclear whether her claims against The Daily Mail will be allowed to proceed.
When it happened, news of Austin Callaway's killing on September 8, 1940, barely earned a mention in his hometown newspaper in LaGrange, Georgia.
Four days before showtime, "The Big Brown Comedy Hour" had sold out. "That never happens," organizer Dean Obeidallah told the crowd at Comic Strip Live, a venerable club in Manhattan. "We're pretty sure Homeland Security bought a block of tickets."
Trump used his first White House news conference Friday to say he is open to a warmer relationship with Russia and underscored his desire for a constructive bond with the UK, amid questions about the United States' role in the world community.