us Qatar Airways sees 'manageable' decline in flights to US
us North Korea is threatening to sink a U.S. Navy strike group that's led by the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier. The regime has also reportedly detained a U.S. citizen.
us President Trump and his aides are using the government-shutdown talks to press for funding of the barrier.
us The detention of Tony Kim raises the total number of U.S. citizens known to be detained in North Korea to three.
us With tensions rising between the US and North Korea, the Pentagon on Sunday called for the isolated communist nation to avoid destabilizing the situation further.
us Law enforcement officials told NBC News that Muslim-Americans may be becoming reluctant to cooperate with a government they increasingly mistrust.
us The Michigan couple allegedly performed the procedure on girls between the ages of six to eight.
us Tens of thousands of people turned out in cities across the United States and beyond on Saturday for Earth Day events billed as a "celebration of science" to counter what organizers say is a growing disregard for evidence-based knowledge in Washington.
History tells us that Republicans are taking on too much this week — and that it isn't likely to end wellLawmakers face a Friday deadline to keep federal agencies funded through the year. Yet Trump is also pushing for revisions on health care and the tax code — giving the appearance of a frenzied search for wins ahead of the 100th day of his presidency.
us An estimated 600 marches are taking place across the world.
us The penultimate stop on US Vice President Mike Pence's tour to Asia was to Indonesia, a strategic move that should send positive signs about the Trump administration's engagement to trade in the region.
us NASA's Cassini spacecraft soared past Saturn's biggest moon for the last time on Saturday, tapping its gravity to slingshot into a series of exploratory dives inside the planet's rings, followed by a final fatal plunge into the gas giant.
us US Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday that the United States would "honor" a refugee resettlement agreement forged with Australia in the closing days of the Obama administration, despite it previously being described by US President Donald Trump as a "dumb deal."
us Valery Seleznev said the sentence was "passed by man-eaters" and that his son was "abducted".
us The US says Abdurakhmon Uzbeki is a close associate of the IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
us U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday the United States would honor a controversial refugee deal with Australia, under which the United States would resettle up to 1,250 asylum seekers, a deal President Donald Trump had described as "dumb".
us Things are about to get messy.
us A fungus that causes “vomitoxin” has been found in some U.S. corn harvested last year, forcing poultry and pork farmers to test their grain, and giving headaches to grain growers already wrestling with massive supplies and low prices.
us The U.S. announced late last month they'd be redirecting troops hunting the Lord's Resistance Army; Uganda followed suit this week. The U.S. says Kony's followers have shrunk to fewer than 100 people.
us U.S. aircraft intercepted two out of three bomber patrols this week
us Arkansas executed its first inmate in 12 years on Thursday after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the inmate's request to halt the lethal injection in a late-night ruling.
us A pilot ejected an F/A-18E fighter jet on its final approach to the USS Carl Vinson as the carrier steamed north toward the Korean Peninsula, U.S. Navy officials confirmed Friday.
us A federal judge in Detroit on Friday sentenced Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) to three years' probation and independent oversight for the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal as part of a $4.3 billion settlement announced in January.
us Jeff Sessions says the number of leaks is 'shocking', as rumours spread of charges being prepared.
us Aya Hijazi and her Egyptian husband were accused of child abuse, but human rights groups called the charges specious and prosecutors offered no proof. The couple were jailed for nearly three years.
us An Egyptian American who was imprisoned in Cairo for 3 years returned home to the United States after the Trump administration quietly negotiated her release.
us President Donald Trump on Thursday launched a trade probe against China and other exporters of cheap steel into the U.S. market, raising the possibility of new tariffs and sending shares of some U.S. steel makers up over 8 percent.
us Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada will stick with its system of protectionist dairy quotas, even as President Donald Trump doubled down on a vow to help American farmers.
us A two-man U.S.-Russian crew floated into the International Space Station on Thursday, hours after blasting off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, a NASA TV broadcast showed.
us But can it maintain its advantage?
us US authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, US officials familiar with the matter tell CNN.
us Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tells Congress that the Trump administration will take another look at sanctions to see if lifting them was in line with U.S. national security interests.
us The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared poised to expand religious rights and potentially narrow the separation of church and state after liberal and conservative justices alike signalled support for a church denied Missouri taxpayer funds for a playground project.
us North Korean leader Kim Jong Un celebrated his grandfather’s birthday with a rousing concert that also featured a video simulation of a nuclear missile attack destroying what appears to be an unidentified American city.
us The Trump administration said on Tuesday it was launching an inter-agency review of whether the lifting of sanctions against Iran was in the United States' national security interests, while acknowledging that Tehran was complying with a deal to rein in its nuclear program.
us Generals say they can protect the U.S. from missiles with a system deployed in Alaska and California. Experts aren't so sure.
us Russia has claimed it can disable the entire US Navy in one fell swoop using powerful electronic signal jamming.
us U.S. homebuilding fell in March after unseasonably mild weather buoyed activity in February and manufacturing output dropped for the first time in seven months, further indications that economic growth braked sharply in the first quarter.
us For more than a week, media reports in the U.S. and around Asia routinely have mentioned the approach of the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson's carrier strike group, seemingly implying some sort of attack on North Korea could be imminent.
us U.S. Vice President Mike Pence reassured Japan of American commitment to reining in North Korea's nuclear and missile ambitions on Tuesday, after warning that U.S. strikes in Syria and Afghanistan showed the strength of its resolve.
us U.S. stocks rose after three straight sessions of losses as investors shifted their focus to earnings and the greenback steadied after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said dollar strength is good over long periods of time.
us Forces from 27 countries took part last month in U.S.-led counterterrorism exercises to fight extremist violence by Boko Haram, the flow of foreign fighters and trafficking in the Lake Chad region.
us China and Russia have dispatched intelligence-gathering vessels from their navies to chase the USS Carl Vinson nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, which is heading toward waters near the Korean Peninsula, multiple sources of the Japanese government revealed ...
us An attempted missile launch by North Korea on Sunday failed, US and South Korean defense officials told CNN.
us White House officials signaled that President Trump would "take action" if North Korea launches another missile.
us The acquittal comes about two weeks after Trump met with Egyptian President Sissi.
us An attempted missile launch by North Korea on Sunday failed, US and South Korean defense officials told CNN.
us Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Saturday he does not view recent U.S. missile strikes on ally Syria as a message for Iran, which he called a powerful country that the U.S. cannot harm.
us The soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division will mainly train and equip Somalia's army 'to better fight al-Shabab'.
us The U.S. Navy will allow nearly 200 T-45C aircraft to resume flights Monday under modified conditions while it determines what is causing a lack of oxygen in some cockpits.
us In the Czech Republic, mazanec, a Czech Easter bread, is like the turkey to America's Thanksgiving. But in the U.S., those who make this bread are struggling to keep the raisin-filled tradition alive.
us Pyongyang has killed or captured dozens of American sailors, airmen, and soldiers since the end of the Korean War
us A U.S. federal judge on Saturday temporarily blocked plans by Arkansas to carry out a rapid series of executions this month, after the inmates argued the state's rush to the death chamber was unconstitutional and reckless.
us As the president looks for a coherent foreign policy, he has embraced shows of force.
us After President Trump’s ‘big flip’ in China policy, the new friendship will be tested.
us U.S. retail sales fell for a second straight month in March and consumer prices dropped for the first time in just over a year, underscoring the magnitude of the loss of economic growth momentum in the first quarter.
us The nearly 22,000-pound bomb killed at least 36 fighters and destroyed "large quantities" of weapons when it struck a network of tunnels, an Afghan Defense Ministry spokesman says.
us The U.S. dollar and Treasury yields slid on Thursday and were on track for their biggest weekly declines this year, after U.S. President Donald Trump said that he would like to see interest rates stay low and that the greenback was too strong.
us China issued a blunt warning to North Korea on Wednesday â€” telling its belligerent ally to not conduct nuclear weapons or missile tests, or it was likely to face military action by the US. â€œNot
us 65-year-old Sheila Abdus-Salaam also made history as New York's first African American Court of Appeal's judge.
us President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping consult over North Korea as the dilemma continues over the rogue state's nuclear program.
us Russian President Vladimir Putin met with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday as tensions between the two countries escalates
us The EPA says a U.S. Steel wastewater discharge into Burns Waterway contained unknown levels of potentially carcinogenic hexavalent chromium.
us The Trump administration deployed an aircraft carrier to the region this week
us The U.S. dollar fell dramatically after President Trump told the Wall Street Journal that he thought it was 'getting too strong.'
us For the first time in nearly three months, Russia flew nuclear-capable â€œBearâ€ bombers near Japan, Wednesday, the latest sign of increasing tensions in the region, two US officials tell Fox News.
us US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said "broad differences" remained between the two sides on Syria.
us Russian leader's stark assessment comes as top U.S. diplomat Rex Tillerson visits Moscow and countries haggle over solution to Syria crisis
us Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov began a meeting with his US counterpart Rex Tillerson in Moscow with a warning -- do not strike the Syrian regime again.
us Chinese President Xi Jinping called for a peaceful resolution of rising tensions on the Korean peninsula in a telephone conversation with U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday, as a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group steams towards the region.
us Samsung's widely touted new digital assistant, Bixby, won't be fully operational when the company's new Galaxy S8 smartphone goes in sale in the U.S.
us Lin Wong and David Brunnstrom
us Attorney General Jeff Sessions called Tuesday for a new focus on immigration enforcement during his first visit as the nationâ€™s top law enforcement officer to the U.S.-Mexico border, vowing to confront the gangs and cartels plaguing the region and declaring: â€œThis is a new era, this is the Trump era.â€
us Russia's state-owned oil company Rosneft may soon take over CITGO, a U.S. energy company based in Texas. Both Republican and Democratic senators are warning this could be terrible for U.S. national security.
us The White House released a declassified report on the attack in Khan Shaykhun. It says the U.S. is "confident" Syria's Bashar Assad was responsible and that Russia is attempting to deflect blame.
us U.S. presidents have a tradition of entering office and expressing hope for improved relations with Russia. This is matched by a tradition of presidents leaving office amid friction with Moscow.
us North Korea's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said the country was prepared to respond to any aggression by the United States.
us "We will hold the U.S. wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions," North Korea said. President Trump said the country is "looking for trouble."
us Shailen Bhatt, the executive director of Coloradoâ€™s Department of Transportation, has high hopes for the hyperloop. He would like to see one cutting right through the middle of the Rocky Mountain...
us U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived in Moscow Tuesday with an ultimatum for Russia: Side with the U.S. and likeminded countries on Syria, or embrace Iran, militant group Hezbollah and embattled Syrian leader Bashar Assad.