Effectively sinking the legislation, Maine Sen. Susan Collins refuses to support the newest plan to tear down the Affordable Care Act.
Pyongyang’s top diplomat sees Trump tweet that North Korean leaders “won’t be around much longer” as a “declaration of war,” but U.S. officials disagree.
With a fresh volley of tweets, the president continues his dispute with the NFL over players who kneel in protest of racial injustice.
The latest rules limit entry of citizens from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen — and some Venezuelan officials — but critics say the ban won’t hold up in court.
That’s how Miguel Martinez of San Juan, Puerto Rico describes life without air conditioning, fans, cold water and other tropical necessities as 1.6 million electricity customers remain cut off in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Evacuations are ordered as The U.S. National Hurricane Center issues a tropical storm warning from Cape Lookout north up the coast to the Virginia line.
An Associated Press investigation reveals that ex-members of the Word of Faith Fellowship say founder Jane Whaley pressured the congregation to file bogus unemployment claims.
A federal judge sends Former Congressman Anthony Weiner to jail for illicit online contact with a 15-year-old girl.
Fox’s spy comedy sequel debuts with $39 million, dethroning the horror film “It.”
The prince and Meghan Markle hold hands at Harry’s Invictus Games for wounded veterans in Toronto.