Former director of the United States Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub said Donald Trump Jr.'s visit to India isn't illegal because no one expected this behavior from a president.
Jurors returned to a Florida courtroom to begin the sentencing phase in the trial of a man accused of abducting, raping and murdering an 8-year-old girl
The eldest son of President Donald Trump has arrived in India to help sell luxury apartments and lavish attention on Indians who have bought units in Trump-branded developments
The U.S. government has acquired the two final land parcels needed for a New York veterans cemetery that will eventually ease a burden for thousands of military families
An Egyptian court has added a detained Islamist politician to a list of wanted "terrorists" over his alleged links to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group
South Africa’s finance ministry is set to spell out “tough decisions” in its 2018 budget on Wednesday to plug a revenue gap and narrow the deficit, providing an early look at how new President Cyril Ramaphosa plans to repair the ailing economy. As Kate King reports, many companies are optimistic he'll help revive their fortunes.
A man has been sentenced to 10 years' probation after pleading guilty to using racial slurs and threatening a woman in a road rage incident in Pennsylvania last year
An Uber Eats driver claims he was acting in self-defense when he killed a customer during his first week on the job. Robert Bivines, 36, arrived at the Atlanta condominium of 30-year-old Ryan Thornton around 11:30pm Saturday after a $27 food order was placed at Tin Lizzy's through the...
Kansas congressional candidate Tyler Tannahill defends continuing his campaign's AR-15 giveaway in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, saying, "I do support the Second Amendment in the hard times and the bad."
An Illinois man will get mental health treatment and substance abuse counseling after pleading guilty to making online threats against President Donald Trump
For Russia-linked Twitter accounts and bots linked to Russian propaganda campaigns, last week's horrific school shooting in Florida was just another opportunity to sow division among Americans, security researchers say. Within an hour of the shooting, hundreds of automated Twitter accounts with suspected Russian links began sending out tweets with...