The freshman congresswoman has seen her favorability numbers plummet, thanks in no small part to the network's relentless attacks.
His announcement signals a shift in U.S. policy ahead of the Israeli prime minister's upcoming visit to the White House.
Hundreds more deaths are likely; officials estimate that 200,000 people will need food aid over the next three months in Zimbabwe alone.
Six women have accused Michael Steinhardt, a prominent donor and Birthright Israel co-founder, of propositioning them.
The social media giant acknowledges the problem after a security researcher posts about the issue online.
Current floods in Midwestern states is a preview of what forecasters expect for the rest of the spring, the National Weather Service says.
The wealthiest country in the world ranks just 37th for social support, 61st for freedom and 42nd in the report's measure of corruption.
The European Union is likely to grant Britain a short extension—if it wins parliamentary support for its divorce deal next week.
A sales ban is effective immediately to prevent stockpiling and will be followed by a complete ban after new laws are rushed through.
A Connecticut woman says the Ivy League school has ignored requests to return images she says depict two of her ancestors.