The EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers made a formal proposal to roll back the Obama-era rule designed to limit pollution in the nation's waterways.
The U.N. refugee agency says it hopes for a "generous approach" from the United States as the Trump administration adjusts U.S. refugee resettlement policies.
The war in Afghanistan has passed the 16-year mark, and the United States and its NATO allies are still wrangling over how many more troops are needed to counter the resurgent Taliban and break a stalemate in the fight
European leaders say they are ready to defend the Paris climate accord and free trade when they face President Donald Trump at the Group of 20 summit
South Korea's president plans to meet with congressional leaders and have dinner with President Donald Trump _ as he looks to reassure Washington that he'll coordinate closely on dealing with the threat from North Korea.
Republican legislators in Ohio are bracing for a veto fight with GOP Gov. John Kasich as the national health care debate hits the 2016 presidential contender on his home turf.
A Republican-led Senate committee is considering an aviation bill that omits one of President Donald Trump's goals _ turning air traffic control operations over to a private company
President Trump made rebuilding the armed forces a key campaign promise, but it's Congress that's leading the way by adding tens of billions of dollars to the annual defense policy bill to pay for troops, combat aircraft, and ships that he didn't request