Time magazine listed Secretary of Defense James Mattis as one of the 100 most influential people of 2017.
The United Nations has moved to subject the Trump administration’s proposed Obamacare replacement to a review by the U.N. Human Rights Council.
An Ohio woman and her elderly parents are safe while the man who attacked her on Friday is in prison facing several pending charges.
Federal Judge William Orrick III, who on Tuesday blocked an executive order signed by President Donald Trump on so-called sanctuary cities, was a major donor to and bundler for former President Barack Obama.
Conservative personality Ann Coulter canceled her University of California-Berkeley speech that was planned for Thursday afternoon after a dispute with school officials who feared violent protests would ensue.
Three Islamic State fighters were killed and five more were injured Sunday by an ambush of stampeding wild boars in northern Iraq, according to local leaders.
The Chinese navy on Wednesday launched its new aircraft carrier as Beijing continues to grow and modernize its maritime forces.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order at the Interior Department on Wednesday that will review the last two decades of presidential monument designations.
Hillary Clinton’s top spokesmen for her failed 2016 presidential campaign rushed to defend Chelsea Clinton on social media this week after the former first daughter claimed again that she is not running for public office.
Some notable liberals are not happy with former President Barack Obama’s decision to give a speech at a Wall Street conference.