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There could be political and actual fallout if the North Koreans defy President Trump and do the first atmospheric test of a hydrogen bomb in 37 years.
Sen. John McCain announced on Friday that he'll vote against the Graham-Cassidy Republican health care bill, putting the future of the legislation in peril.
As America grapples with the Equifax breach, Europe is already taking steps to comply strict new rules designed to make sure something like this never happens.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un called President Donald Trump a "dotard" in a scathing statement Thursday. But what does the word mean?
Former FBI Director James Comey faced a gathering of chanting and jeering students at historically black-Howard University on Friday.
Angela Merkel has been such a constant presence in German politics that a verb has been derived from her name.
Anthony Scaramucci came on "The View" with a plan to take the high road. Like his time as White House Communications Director, that didn't last long.
The White House could issue new requirements this weekend for travelers entering the U.S., replacing President Donald Trump's controversial ban.
21 million fewer people will have insurance by 2026 if the latest Republican bill to repeal Obamacare becomes law, according to a new analysis.
Keith Tharpe is scheduled to be executed on Tuesday. His lawyers say a juror's "racial animus" means he should get a reprieve.
Precise redistricting has allowed lawmakers to pick their voters. But the resulting maps have attracted lawsuits — and finally the consideration of the court.
Hurricane Maria left medical facilities on the Caribbean island of Dominica "worse than in a war zone," according to the country's leader.
The list of Major League Baseball teams expanding their safety nets to protect fans from balls and bats grew this week after a toddler got hit at Yankee Stadium.
Nepal's chhaupadi tradition, which secludes women in damp, dusty and dark huts during menstruation, is responsible for dozens of deaths a year due to snake bites, lack of oxygen and easily preventable diseases. A new generation of young women is trying to do away with the practice, but first they have to overcome hundreds of years of tradition.
Why are your cat pictures on Facebook better protected than your entire personal financial history on Equifax?
Officials in California are trying to use the deadly Mexico earthquake to get residents to prepare for the "big one."