The president says he and allies will review the U.S.-led air campaign and special operations against IS when world leaders gather in Washington next week for a summit on nuclear security.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McGrory signed legislation this week voiding a Charlotte ordinance that would have allowed transgender people to legally use restrooms aligned with their gender identity.
Speaking after meeting with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, Kerry said the “United States is praying and grieving with you for the loved ones of those cruelly taken from us, including Americans, and for the many who were injured in these despicable attacks.”
Rep. Ed Royce, the House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman, expressed alarm in a letter this week to the president that the U.S. could grant Iranian businesses the ability to conduct transactions in dollars within the United States or through offshore banks.
The Nashville man currently faces six federal wire fraud charges stemming from the alleged misuse of money from the 26.4.26 Foundation.
Police in North Carolina are cracking down on speeders with a simple message: Obey the posted speed limit or pay a fine, even if you’re only going a bit over.
All are charged with engaging in organized criminal activity, meaning they’re accused of being part of a criminal group responsible for the May 2015 shootout that killed nine and injured 20 people.
The USS Conestoga departed San Francisco Bay for Pearl Harbor in March 1921. But the boat never made it to Hawaii, and her 56-man crew was declared lost.
The victories kept Clinton and Trump from dominating another election night, but they both maintained a comfortable lead in the race for delegates that decide the presidential nominations.
The blaze came from the top of the main escalators at the promenade level into the hotel’s convention center and spread to curtains, while smoke swept from a ballroom area into the casino.
In a stunning reversal on Monday, federal prosecutors asked a judge to halt a much-anticipated hearing on their efforts to force Apple to unlock the phone.
The small Marine artillery outpost in northern Iraq will be the first such base established by the U.S. since it returned forces to Iraq in 2014.
A video posted on Twitter Sunday shows the body portion of a bunny costume fighting and then being separated by security before the bunny appears, throws off his gloves and exchanges more punches.
Before Sunday’s finals at the BNP Paribas Open, current tournament director Raymond Moore said women “ride on the coattails of the men.”
The national average for a price of regular unleaded is still 45 cents a gallon lower than it was a year ago and it will likely soon break the $2 a gallon mark.
The new phone — the iPhone SE — is an upgrade to the older, four-inch iPhone 5S, released in 2013. It’s aimed at consumers who haven’t sprung for the bigger-screen iPhone 6 models that Apple introduced over the last two years.
Clarence Briggs, who retired four years ago, confronted two Pennsylvania Turnpike toll collectors with a handgun on Sunday morning.
For more than 50 years, Cuba was an unimaginable destination for a U.S. president, as well as most American citizens.
The attack came as Turkey had heightened security across the country in the run-up to a Kurdish spring festival where Kurds in Turkey traditionally use to assert their ethnic identity and demand greater rights.
Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, sued Gawker for $100 million for posting a video of him having sex with his former best friend’s wife.