CIA Director Mike Pompeo recently traveled to North Korea, sources tell AP, a highly unusual visit as Washington and Pyongyang prepare for a first-ever summit after six decades of hostilities.
Barbara Bush, the wife of the nation’s 41st president and mother of the 43rd, who brought a plainspoken, grandmotherly style to buttoned-down Washington, is dead at age 92.
International chemical weapons inspectors do not appear to have visited the town of Douma, despite Syrian state media saying otherwise.
The agency’s chairman says one of the engine’s fan blades was separated and missing, setting off a terrifying chain of events that left a businesswoman hanging half outside a shattered window.
As Israelis commemorate the milestone this week, satisfaction and a grim disquiet share the stage 70 years after its founding.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz is preparing to announce the findings of his review into the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
A prominent biomedical ethics expert predicts that in 20 to 40 years, many parents will choose babies from dozens of embryos, after examining DNA information on each.
Five buddies from the San Francisco Bay Area tell the AP how their search for a marijuana patch in 1971 gave birth to the term “420.”
A Colorado man was wearing a mask and had a knife in his car when he was arrested outside a Beverly Hills home owned by the Grammy winning singer.
The Golden Knights beat the Los Angeles Kings 1-0, becoming the first expansion team in league history to sweep its first playoff series.