Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has information that the United States might fake chemical weapons attacks to justify new missile strikes on Syria.
The Lansing, Michigan, City Council voted 5-2 on April 12 to rescind its earlier decision to declare itself a “sanctuary city” for illegal aliens.
Speaking to CBP personnel near the Mexican border, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined the Trump administration’s new, toughened immigration law-enforcement policy.
After the diversion of a U.S. Navy Carrier Strike Group to waters off the Korean peninsula, the North Korean government warned of a nuclear attack on the United States.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for a pair of deadly bomb attacks on Palm Sunday that killed 44 people at two Coptic Orthodox Christian churches in Egypt.
The Senate on April 7 confirmed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, ending an often-bitter political battle that began after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
Executives from three of the largest U.S. coal companies have asked the Trump administration to reconsider pulling out of the Paris climate agreement.
The U.S. Department of Justice warned American employers petitioning for H-1B visas for the next fiscal year not to discriminate against U.S. workers.
An editorial in the Los Angeles Times criticized California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s decision to file 15 felony charges against pro-life activist David Daleiden.
President Trump said he will discuss the growing threat posed by North Korea’s nuclear weapons program with Chinese President Xi Jinping and ask for China’s help.