A poll released Wednesday showed a majority of Americans want Hillary and Bill Clinton's alleged links also investigated.
Though it agreed to avoid intellectual property hacking, China has refocused its efforts on space and the U.S. military.
The results showed increased gaps between how Republicans and Democrats view African-Americans struggle out of poverty.
The nations' three leaders reportedly spoke Tuesday and agreed to "exchange data" to fight terrorism.
Following accusations of harassment and $13 million in settlements, five advertisers were pulling spots from Bill O'Reilly's Fox News show.
A study published last month found conservative politicians benefited because voters found them better looking than liberals.
A new poll released Tuesday found a majority of Americans have a more favorable view of China but are still concerned about its economy.
The military still planned to offer immigrants who served, as well as their families, a path to citizenship.
The president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, had helped bridge the two sides well before this week's meetings.
Karen Pence made spoke and attended events honoring women in the military, but did not address the nude photo-sharing scandal.
The president's trust had language altered in February that could allow him to take out profits without disclosure.
In an unprecedented ruling, a U.S. district said Jewish descendants can file a civil action to reclaim $227 million worth of art.
Germany's top diplomat said the 2 percent contribution was not desirable Friday in Brussels.
Airmen were issued new social media guidelines earlier this month and warned not to post defamatory materials.
A majority of Americans disapproved of the president's work during his first two months in office, a poll released Friday showed.
A partial government shutdown next month looms as the Senate had yet to pass an appropriations bill.
The infamous, unidentified woman was arrested Thursday morning but charges are still pending.
To combat a growing shortage, the military branch has considered increased bonuses and longer contracts.
The Russian president called Thursday for more than 142,000 men to be drafted in the spring.
The U.S. military's ability to conduct wars and its satellites could be open to attacks from China and Russia's advanced programs.
The former First Daughter slapped down speculation she was seeking political office in an interview published Wednesday.
A U.S.-led contingency arrived in Poland Tuesday, one day after Russia agreed to ship military vehicles to Serbia soon.
A poll released Wednesday showed most Republicans do not believe Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.
The terror group posted a video Tuesday that showed the grisly killings and its expanded targeting of civilians on the Sinai Peninsula.
The top U.S. commander in Iraq said its March 17 airstrike in Mosul could have been a combination of ISIS' improvised explosive devices.
Reports Tuesday indicated the White House was on lockdown after a man claimed to have a bomb.
Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash) said Sunday that the scandal is part of a broad cultural problem in the armed services.
Kim Jong Un's latest propaganda drop occurred Tuesday morning over the city of Incheon, just miles from the countries' border.
After securing the move to Las Vegas, the Raiders may next focus on extending quarterback Derek Carr's contract.
The restoration and public opening of Jesus Christ's tomb has awoken curiosity in some of the globe's greatest archaeological sites.