Preparations for the late Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej's funeral have been underway for the past year.
Bill O'Reilly has repeatedly blamed reports of sexual misconduct on a politically motivated media. On Monday, he admitted that he also blames a higher power.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's surprise visit to Iraq had one particular focus: calming tensions between Baghdad and the Kurds in order to keep both parties focused on Washington's core priority: the war against ISIS.
The Trump administration did expedite some condolence letters to families of fallen soldiers after President Donald Trump said he had contacted every family of a fallen soldier, a White House official said Monday, blaming the lag on bureaucratic issues that delayed letters being sent out to families.
President Donald Trump on Monday disputed a widow's account of a condolence call he made to her following the death of her husband in Niger earlier this month.
Kate Steinle's killing became a rallying cry for President Trump and others who want to crack down on illegal immigration. Now her alleged killer faces a jury.
Five teenagers from Michigan have been charged with second-degree murder after being accused of throwing a rock off an overpass that killed a man, according to the Genesee County Sheriff's Office.
Heading to Bangkok? Here's what you need to know about the upcoming Royal Cremation Ceremony
Former FBI Director James Comey revealed his secret Twitter account Monday with a tweeted picture from Iowa.
A government report released Monday is sounding an alarm over the threat of climate change, and the government's response.
President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen plans to meet privately with the House and Senate intelligence panels this week as part of their ongoing investigations into Russian meddling in the US election, according to multiple sources familiar with the discussions.
There's more to what happened in Niger than the current controversies, says David Andelman. At least some of the blame lies with those who set in motion a bewildering series of actions.
Former President George W. Bush made his successor, Barack Obama, noticeably snicker at a joke delivered during Bill Clinton's speech at a hurricane relief benefit concert in Texas.
The US troops attacked in Niger were on their way back to their operating base when they were ambushed by 50 ISIS fighters, according to Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford, who provided a timeline of the attack on Monday.
President Donald Trump, hours after Sen. John McCain delivered a speech that repudiated the President, warned the Arizona Republican to "be careful" because at some point he will "fight back."
Police in Tampa, Florida, say the shooting deaths of three people in 11 days in the Seminole Heights neighborhood are linked.
A leading vegetable supplier in California, Mann Packing, voluntarily recalled products that might have been contaminated with a harmful bacteria called listeria, the company announced last week.
President Donald Trump fired his FBI director, in part, for being a "showboat," which didn't ring true given James Comey's reputation as a standup G-Man and his commitment, even in the midst of his own political peril, for antagonizing both sides of the aisle.
Sephen Hawking's doctoral thesis is available for public viewing online -- if you can get the web page to load.
EPA is beefing up security measures surrounding Administrator Scott Pruitt to an unprecedented level