After his historic Singapore meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the president sustains a barrage of criticism that he gave away too much to his adversary and gained nothing.
The American Civil Liberties Union is among those seeking release of an unredacted version of the paper, which they fear suggests that black political speech "be considered an indicator of criminal conduct or a national security threat."
People around the globe, including from inside Israel, have expressed outrage at the recent slaughter of Palestinian protesters.
Although President Trump presented Mandy Manning with the 2018 education award at the White House, the press was not allowed to witness her acceptance speech.
The rap artist provoked controversy in an interview with celebrity news website TMZ when he said, "When you hear about slavery for 400 years ... that sounds like a choice."
Their strikes in Oklahoma and Kentucky are part of a national revolution that has been growing for months, arcing from one Republican-dominated state to another.
The whistleblower, who is running against Maryland's Ben Cardin to be the Democratic candidate for the Senate, ends a campaign video with a hashtag that has come to signify her optimism.
In her first live television interview, the freed whistleblower appeared on "Democracy Now!" to discuss her plan to change America.
The newly appointed CIA director's career at the intelligence agency spans more than three decades. While her work is shrouded in secrecy, two things are well known.
A recent victory by public school teachers and staff in the Mountain State is inspiring educators elsewhere to take action for better pay and working conditions.