There are signs that the U.S. foreign and military policy that marked the post-9/11 era may be winding down.
While mainly procedural, the departure represents a major blow to UNESCO, which was established after World War II to foster peace.
Despite lawmaker resistance from both parties, the Trump administration insists that Congress provide billions for a southern border wall.
Saudi-led coalition airstrikes and shelling killed at least 4,489 civilians since the beginning of 2016, according to new research.
The figure is down from a cap of 45,000 this year, despite complaints from global humanitarian groups that the 2018 limit was too low.
The Trump administration claims their birth certificates are fraudulent and they actually were born in Mexico.
Islamophobe and John Bolton ally Fred Fleitz, newly installed as the National Security Council's chief of staff, was a danger a decade ago in the Bush administration and is even more so now.
The State Department and South Korea's Foreign Ministry say American and North Korean officials have been engaged in talks in a village straddling the border inside the DMZ between North and South.
Interviews with multiple U.S. officials and advisers make it clear that America's closest allies had no chance of persuading the president to accept even a toughened-up version of the nuclear deal.