President Donald Trump has reviewed the final version of the Russia sanctions bill and intends to sign it, according to a White House statement. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.
A power outage that drove tourists from two North Carolina islands was wiping out a significant chunk of the lucrative summer months for local businesses
North Korea has launched another ballistic missile, but it was unclear whether it was another intercontinental ballistic missile. 'Dilbert' creator Scott Davis and Tucker sound off on the need to focus on the dangerous rogue nation #Tucker
Tucker takes on one activist who believes a widespread illegal immigration crackdown is ultimately an ineffective strategy for taking down the vicious South American gang
From The New York Times: Russia took steps to retaliate against proposed sanctions for its suspected meddling in the 2016 election, including seizing two U.S. diplomatic properties and ordering the American Embassy to reduce staff.By: By NATALIE RENEAU. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2u5UwXw
President Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow tells Chuck “there was nothing illegal to cover up” about Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russians during the campaign. Plus, Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) talks developments on the health care bill.
Despite the very public rift between them, President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions spent Friday separately talking about the need to combat the deadly transnational gang known as MS-13
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging Cook County's proposed tax on sweetened beverages, but it's unclear when the tax will start being collected
Sri Lanka's government has signed a long-delayed agreement to sell a 70-percent stake in a $1.2 billion port to China in a bid to recover from the heavy burden of repayment of loans obtained to build the port
A defrocked priest at the center of Boston's Roman Catholic clergy sex abuse scandal has been released from prison and has settled into an apartment across the street from a children's dance studio
From the early days of online stock scams to the increasingly sophisticated world of botnets, pseudonymous hacker Peter Severa spent nearly two decades at the forefront of Russian cybercrime