Calling Trump's declaration an abuse of power and usurpation of Congress, organizers with the nonprofit advocacy group MoveOn.org and other participants say it was important to let the outrage over the move be heard
Vatican statement says its decision 'is definitive and admits of no further recourse or appeal'
In December, President Donald Trump announced he was picking Nauert to fill vacancy caused by Nikki Haley's resignation
A gay French writer has lifted the lid on what he calls one of the world's largest gay communities — the Vatican
President bypasses Congress to build a wall along southern U.S. border, setting up legal challenge that could help determine limits of presidential power
'The president urged me, like he has everyone in the administration, to fully cooperate,' White House spokeswoman says
Andrew McCabe tells CBS he also opened an investigation into the president for fear that the special counsel's probe into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia would be jeopardized if he were fired
In Africa, where miners met this week for Cape Town’s African Mining Indaba conference, cannabis companies are setting up projects in Lesotho, while other countries, including Zimbabwe and South Africa, plan to issue licences.
Glover is nominated for his acting and directing on 'Atlanta,' and Childish Gambino got three nominations on the music side
But the US leader suggests he will sign the new agreement to avert another government shutdown
Ron Skeans was attacked by a Trump supporter yelling anti-media slogans during the US president's rally in El Paso, Texas, Monday night
A source familiar with the matter said OPEC has declined to make a formal statement, saying its business is oil policy, not politics