The U.S. president tells reporters that North Korea's denuclearization will have to be total as he prepares to head home from his historic summit with Kim Jong Un.
U.S. officials call the Texas death a suicide. The Washington Post reports that the arrested man was enraged because authorities had separated him from his wife and 3-year-old son.
The U.S. president, feuding with Canada over trade, accuses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of making "false statements" at a news conference.
In a related action, the Justice Department seizes the phone records and emails of a New York Times journalist allegedly connected to the case.
More than 1,600 people, including parents who have been separated from their children, are being transferred to federal prisons, U.S. immigration authorities confirm.
Republicans will get a shot at the governor's mansion in November's election, while Democrats avoid being shut out of House races in the state's "top two" open primary. Nationally, female candidates make gains.
Businessman John Cox finishes a strong second behind Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, a former San Francisco mayor who touted his 2004 support for marriage rights for same-sex couples.
Why did the Federalist and Republican factions each view its opponents as existential threats to the new nation during the Adams administration?
The announcement follows the largest flare-up of violence between the two sides since a 2014 war.