President Trump: North Korea wanted 'sanctions lifted in their entirety' and US 'couldn't do that'
The president's ex-lawyer brought canceled checks, financial statements to daylong House hearing
President tells reporters he does not believe Kim Jong Un ‘would have allowed’ severe treatment of Otto Warmbier, who died months after his release from North Korea
Michael Cohen will be offering lawmakers an intimate look at Trump's business empire and political tactics
Howard X arrived in town with Trump impersonator Russell White last week, staging a fake summit on the steps of Hanoi's Opera House amid a swarm of press and hired security guards
R&B singer has been ordered jailed on $1 million bond at his first court hearing since the R&B star was charged with sexually abusing four people, including three minors
Two road convoys operated by US gas giant Anadarko came under attack in northern Mozambique - the first such attack by militants on gas operators
“The RTGS dollars thus become part of the multi-currency system in Zimbabwe. The legal instrument to give effect to this has been prepared. The RTGS dollars shall be used by all entities (including government) and individuals in Zimbabwe ..."
Latest numbers reflect a deep political divide, with 51 percent of Americans polled opposing the emergency declaration, and 39 percent in favor
Nigeria’s postponed election is the latest example of a hallmark of African democracy — election delays that make voters wait weeks, if not years, before they can head to the polls
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'