Trump called on freshmen Democratic Congresswomen to 'go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came'
Initiative would 'help reduce a major pull factor driving irregular migration to the United States,' acting homeland security secretary says
In ten-minute interview, titled 'Twenty Questions for 2020,' Sanders tries to connect with voters on a more personal level
U.K. police are hunting the culprits behind the leak — and, contentiously, warned journalists that publishing the documents 'could also constitute a criminal offence'
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says ICE agents did not succeed in rounding up any residents of Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood and Harlem
If Washington doesn’t impose sanctions on Ankara, it will be seen as a paper tiger and Europe will receive further justification for avoiding sanctions on Iran
Officials hope to have power fully restored by midnight
Epstein invested millions of dollars in Carbyne, an Israeli start-up company in which former prime minister and current election candidate Ehud Barak is the controlling shareholder
Bipartisan statement urges Trump to implement sanctions against Turkey, saying Erdogan has 'chosen a perilous partnership with Putin at the expense of Turkey’s security'
Operation expected to target hundreds of families in 10 cities, as some Democrats say they fear arrests will lead to more family separations
Wealthy sex offender faces bail hearing on Monday after pleading not guilty to charges that he recruited and abused dozens of underage girls
Group leader says Trump White House using mediators to pursue contacts, despite new sanctions against organization's officials
Bipartisan amendment co-drafted by frequent Trump supporter Rep. Matt Gaetz passes by 251 votes in favor and 170 against, requiring the president to receive Congress approval on using military force against Iran
Economic sanctions may give Trump better bargaining chips ■ An Iranian provocation may occur much closer to Israel than the Gulf ■ Why Israel's botched Gaza op was more John Le Carré than James Bond
Rafi Peretz can’t get why calling U.S. Jewish assimilation a 'second Holocaust' is so offensive. It shows that Israel's religious nationalists now have about as much in common with liberal U.S. Jews as Pharisees and Jesus did
The emotional hearing before a House Oversight and Reform subcommittee came amid renewed outrage over treatment of children at U.S. detention facilities
Goodloe Sutton, 80, no longer has any role with The Democrat-Reporter newspaper in Linden, said Tommy Wells, the new owner and operator
Trump's Thursday morning Twitter attack kicked off his White House social media summit
WATCH Fox's Tucker Carlson Calls Ilhan Omar Part of 'Dangerous' Immigration, She Calls Him a 'Racist Fool'
'They will just have to get used to calling me Congresswoman!'
Explained Trump's Social Media Summit Brings Far-right Conspiracy Theorists, Trolls and Influencers to the White House
Trump threatens mainstream hi-tech companies he accuses of censoring right-wing voices: 'We won't let them get away with it much longer'
Rabbi Mike Moskowitz’s life changed four years ago when a member of his immediate family transitioned. Now he’s a passionate advocate for the transgender community
Jewish left-wing activists asked Warren, ‘We’d really love it if you’d also pushed the Israeli government to end occupation.’ She answered, ‘Yes. So I’m there!’ and then quickly posed for a photo
Trump said on July 5 that the mass roundups would begin 'fairly soon,' even as migrant advocates vowed their communities would be 'ready' when immigration officers come
Trump administration revokes invitation it had extended to Ben Garrison, who portrayed U.S. security officials being manipulated by George Soros and the Rothschilds
Proposed legislation is the latest U.S. effort to hold the kingdom accountable for violations of human rights, but it doesn't suggest halting weapon sales to Riyadh
Jared Kushner met with Christian evangelical leaders as part of a week-long effort by senior officials to shore up support for Trump among evangelical pro-Israel activists
Education Minister Peretz's analogy between extermination and assimilation was far more repulsive - but the reactions far more restrained
‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ is a good summer movie, but it doesn’t really transcend its in-between role as a way station to the next big thing the studio is planning
Senior Iranian security official says Tehran will not reverse decision to increase uranium enrichment beyond limits set by accord until it achieves its 'full rights' under the deal
Rapinoe said Tuesday on CNN that she had accepted invitations from New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Pelosi and Schumer to go to Washington
When pro-Israel Trump invites an alt-right, anti-Semitic cartoonist into the White House, even if he's belatedly ditched, Jewish supporters have to face an unpleasant truth about the president
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Explained Trump's Embrace of Iran Ally and Saudi Foe Qatar Illustrates the Middle East's Strange Bedfellows
Trump clasped hands with the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and called him a friend while recognizing the country’s extensive military partnership
George Garrison, who portrayed U.S. security officials being manipulated by George Soros and the Rothschilds, was invited by President Donald Trump to Thursday's social media summit
The Trump administration has long argued that one of the flaws of the deal agreed under Barack Obama is that it wasn't formally ratified by Congress
Under the plan, the U.S. would provide command ships and lead surveillance efforts for the military coalition while allies patrol waters near those ships
The shock of Trump's Twitter bullying and brinkmanship has worn off for India's prime minister. It's India First meets America First - and Modi refuses to fold to U.S. pressure
Tehran tried to signal it wanted to ease tensions by letting Nizar Zakka go. 'It was a missed opportunity' which Washington didn't seize on, U.S. source charges
Old, mythical alliance was gone long before British ambassador's remarks on a 'dysfunctional' U.S. administration were leaked. But Israel can’t rely on Trump, either
Congressional candidate Dan Bishop said he'd protect 'as many as we can' from not being able to discriminate against LGBTQ people through religious exemption clause
Trump has made his @RealDonaldTrump account a central and controversial part of his presidency, using it to promote his agenda and attack critics