Politicians, activists, and experts condemn the efforts, emphasizing that "we are talking about the future of the world."
These days everything our military touches turns to dust. It's possible this war is already over, only Washington won't concede it.
A breathless report claims Trump's former campaign manager met with Julian Assange during the 2016 election. Its sourcing is flimsy at best.
The president's former attorney admits to making false statements about a Trump Tower project in Russia and more.
The Ukrainian president's proposal is sharply criticized by Russia as a provocation that could further inflame tensions between the two countries.
What follows is a murky story of a political ploy by the two governments to create a phony rationale for ousting Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
The incident, in which two were wounded, follows a tense standoff over control of waters off the Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine's navy reports.
World War I caused deaths on a then-unimaginable scale, sowed the seeds of WWII and forever restricted our civil liberties.
The president refuses to acknowledge the separation of powers. Do the American people have the strength and wisdom to rise up against him?