FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe testified behind closed doors for nearly eight hours Tuesday on Capitol Hill, amid calls for his firing over allegations of conflicts of interest and anti-Trump political prejudice at the law enforcement bureau.
As Germany commemorated the one-year anniversary of a Christmas market attack in Berlin that killed 12 people, government officials admitted Tuesday they were “not sufficiently prepared” to handle the attack and support the victims.
An Amtrak train that derailed Monday in Washington state – killing at least three people and injuring more than 100 – was not using a Congress-mandated safety technology that possibly could have prevented the disaster.
President Donald Trump is set to unveil a new national security strategy on Monday, emphasizing national sovereignty over alliances, economic security, and reverse Obama-era warnings of climate change.
A top Israeli politician said he would form a new “anti-Iran axis,” together with Saudi Arabia and other Sunni powers, to counter the Iranian threat in the region, if he succeeds embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Accusations of collusion between the Trump administration and Russia have “been made up by Trump’s opponents to delegitimize Trump’s time in office,” Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
After the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Conn., left 26 dead in December 2012, lawmakers across the U.S. made attempts to prevent similar horrors. Five years later, the results are uneven at best.
“There’s a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better,” former senior White House adviser Steve Bannon said on the eve of Alabama’s U.S. Senate election, as he went all-in for embattled Republican candidate Roy Moore.
A 41-year-old illegal Vietnamese immigrant in San Francisco was found guilty on Monday of the 2012 slaughter a family of five with a hammer after losing money at a casino on the night of the massacre, facing life in prison.
Alabama Republican Sen. Richard Shelby came out swinging Sunday, saying his state can “do better” than electing embattled Senate hopeful Roy Moore and suggested people should write-in another candidate.
A federal investigation launched in 2016 into possible bank fraud by Jane Sanders, wife of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, is still underway — with “a potential” grand jury review possible.
Three Dallas police officers were charged Thursday in connection with the death of an unarmed man who called 911 for help after getting anxious while high on cocaine.
A Jewish community leader has slammed the Boston Globe for publishing a cartoon depicting Jewish billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson.
Former Pennsylvania state Rep. Marc Gergely – who resigned last month – is awaiting sentencing next week on corruption charges in relation to an illegal gambling machine ring.
Palestinian terror group Hamas declared the upcoming Friday a “day of rage” and urged Palestinians to protest President Donald Trump’s move to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and transfer U.S. embassy to the city.
Hillary Clinton visited New Hampshire on Tuesday to plug her new book and rebuked Trump’s claims of voter fraud that might have led to her victory in the state by a few thousand votes.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned the Trump administration that recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is a “red line” for Muslims.
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch has come under fire after defending President Donald Trump’s endorsement of Republican Alabama Senate hopeful Roy Moore, saying the allegations of sexual misconduct happened “decades ago.”
U.S. immigration authorities detained last week an illegal Mexican immigrant after he was featured in newspapers following his girlfriend’s immigration arrest in June.
Former “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush slammed President Donald Trump on Sunday after he reportedly questioned the authenticity of the lewd remarks in the infamous tape where he is heard bragging about grabbing women.
A blast at a chemical plant in central Japan on Friday has left at least one person dead and 11 injured, reports said.
The FBI are investigating people inspired by “kind of an Antifa ideology,” said agency’s director Christopher Wray on Thursday.
A fired university professor who once said the Newtown, Conn., massacre in 2012 was staged by the U.S. government to promote gun control appeared in court Thursday, claiming he was unlawfully dismissed.
A fired Florida Atlantic University professor who once said the Sandy Hook massacre was staged by the government to promote gun control appeared in court on Thursday, claiming he was unlawfully dismissed from his position.