Tillerson suggested impatience with China, as President Xi Jinping consolidates power on his way to a second term; Rich Edson has the story for 'Special Report.'
Hundreds of people are protesting with signs and anti-Nazi chants outside a University of Florida auditorium where white nationalist Richard Spencer was preparing to speak
White former Oklahoma reserve deputy who fatally shot an unarmed black man when he mistook his firearm for a stun gun has been released from prison after serving less than half of his four-year sentence
A jury has been selected for the murder trial of a Mexican man whose case set off a national debate over sanctuary cities and immigration during last year's presidential campaign
Environmental pollutants are killing at least 9 million people and costing the world $4.6 trillion a year, a toll exceeding that of war, smoking, hunger or natural disasters
The judge in former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's now-pardoned criminal case has refused a request to throw out a blistering ruling that explained her reasoning in finding the lawman guilty of a crime
From The New York Times: When President Trump announced that the United States would not recertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal, Iran’s news media reacted.By: By NILO TABRIZY. Watch the original video on Times Video:
White House Chief of Staff and retired Army Gen. John Kelly has praised the movie Taking Chance for its depiction of how the military attempts to console the family of a fallen U.S. military member.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Amb. Michael McFaul discuss John Brennan's recent remarks about Russia, Mueller's investigation into 2016, AG Sessions' hearing and his remarks about reporters.
As Hollywood deals with the fallout from allegations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, Kim Strassel, Heather McGee and Kasie Hunt discuss the implications for campuses and the halls of Congress.
Federal judge gives former college student from suburban Chicago a maximum 15-year prison sentence for seeking to join terrorist-linked militants fighting in Syria
The U.S. government is urging that large, personal electronic devices like laptops be banned from airline checked luggage because of the potential for a catastrophic explosion and fire