It’s the war from hell, the savage one that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, along with seven other Middle Eastern and North African states, have been waging in Yemen since March 2015, with fulsome support from the Pentagon and American weapons galore.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says that to defuse crises and prevent accidental clashes, the Koreas have agreed to establish a committee to evaluate how to reduce tensions and maintain communication.
The president says he is "totally supporting" his embattled Supreme Court nominee amid a fierce clash over who should testify at a Senate hearing on a sexual abuse allegation.
The $854 billion bill funds the military and a host of civilian agencies for the next year and provides a short-term fix to keep the government open through early December.
Those being moved out of the camp, which houses 9,000 people in a facility built for 3,100, will be sent to the mainland so their asylum claims can be examined.
Often living paycheck to paycheck, these workers are risking everything to no longer be subjected to unwanted sexual propositions.
Democratic activists in Florida are furious at Gov. Rick Scott for his record of cutting back that state's environmental protections.
The North Korean leader and the South Korean president arrive in Pyongyang, where they are expected to have talks over lunch.
A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor charged in the killings of four women knew the victims, authorities say. Some fear more deaths at the hands of the agent remained undiscovered.
The disgraced global financial firm cooked the books, and the president may have done likewise. The trouble is that his shell games still largely remain to be revealed.