Prosecutors say items found in the search of Washington, D.C., house bolster claim Jeffrey and Edward Clark may have had violent intentions.
Kim Jong Un observed the successful test of the unspecified device, state media says. The development is seen as a bid to pressure the U.S. and South Korea.
The Mexican border city has converted a municipal gymnasium into a temporary shelter for the newcomers.
The fatality count in Northern California—at least 56—is the worst since a 1918 Minnesota blaze, experts say.
By 1898, a great land empire had been forged through brutal conquest. Now the American gaze turned to foreign lands.
Jim Acosta's press-conference question to the president about the immigrants' caravan sets off a heated exchange.
A ProPublica analysis found election computer servers in Wisconsin and Kentucky could be susceptible to intruders. Wisconsin shut down its service in response to our inquiries.
Unusually high fees on interest rates and loans add insult to injury for hourly hotel workers.