Here's a guide of things to watch in Tuesday's Senate primary runoff for the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama.
By Michael Biesecker and Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The Trump administration has tried to blunt criticism that its response to Hurricane Maria has fallen short of its efforts in Texas and Florida after the recent hurricanes there.
By PBS NewsHour
Football stadiums across the country became fields of protests as more than 200 NFL players sat, kneeled or locked arms during the National Anthem in response to President Trump’s remarks and tweets about professional athletes. Jeffrey Brown reports on the…
By PBS NewsHour
Following President Trump’s tweet that North Korean leaders “won’t be around much longer,” North Korea’s foreign minister said his country has "every right to make counter measures" and is ready to shoot down U.S. bombers. The announcement escalates the war…
By Marcy Gordon, Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Republicans are divided over the potential elimination of some of the deductions, underscoring the difficulty of overhauling the tax code even with GOP control of the House and Senate.
Despite the growing humanitarian crisis on the island, where food and water are running low in places and many bridges and roads are destroyed, Trump didn’t comment on Puerto Rico over the weekend.
If President Donald Trump is serious about stopping illegal immigration, he should forget about the border wall and turn his attention to the gaping hole in the enforcement of immigration law at U.S. worksites.
The crisis grips an island whose population is larger than that of 21 U.S. states. Here's what we know about the damage and what other funding the U.S. will provide.
By Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
The Trump administration clarified Monday that it's not seeking to overthrow North Korea's government after the president tweeted that Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" and Pyongyang interpreted it as a declaration of war.
By Associated Press
The unsigned order from the justices Monday asks both sides to weigh in by Oct. 5 about what to do with the case.
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