Russia investigations face critical week in Congress Lawmakers investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 US elections head into a critical week with the prospect that the House investigation could struggle to stay away from drama and a continued push by President Donald Trump's supporters to shift the focus from Russia to leaks in the intelligence community.
How Trump's health care loss will shape his presidency The fate of Donald Trump's presidency may hinge on what he does next.
To read Trump's mind, lawmakers read 'The Art of the Deal' As members of the House Freedom Caucus plotted to seize control of Donald Trump's health care bill earlier this month, they discovered a key weakness in the President's strategy.
Is Trump already a lame duck president? Donald Trump has achieved something few if any other presidents have, says Dean Obeidallah: becoming a lame duck before the end of his first 100 days.
First casualty for House Freedom Caucus after health care meltdown Rep. Ted Poe announced Sunday he has resigned from the conservative House Freedom Caucus over its opposition to the Republican health care plan, becoming the group's first public casualty in the fall-out over its role in defeating the bill.
Jay-Jay Okocha: Golf ball or football, the Nigeria great's still got it Jay-Jay Okocha, the former Nigerian footballer, was filmed doing keepie uppies at the Kenya Open -- with a golf ball.
'A slap in the face of history' -- Should a slave-era song be used as a sports chant? "I looked over Jordan, what do I see, Coming for to carry me home. A band of angels coming after me, Coming for to carry me home."
Bible and rocks thrown through doors of Colorado mosque Police in Colorado are searching for a person caught on surveillance video vandalizing a Fort Collins mosque on Sunday.
Dems say a WH by any other name ... still needs a guest log Whether the Trump administration wants to call Mar-a-Lago the Winter White House, the Southern White House, the Weekend White House or something else altogether, some Democrats are now demanding that they treat the parade of visitors coming and going from there like their predecessors largely treated the regular White House itself -- by actually recording their names.
5 things for Monday, March 27: Mosul, health care, Ohio, South Korea Here's what you need to know today to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door
Former HUD secretary: You can't just dump ideology into policymaking President Donald Trump's travel ban was a bad idea that reflected his administration's flawed approach to policymaking, says a former Obama Cabinet secretary.
All eyes on Trump, Ryan relationship after health care defeat Not long after President Donald Trump told his Twitter followers to watch Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro's show Saturday night, the host and Trump ally took to the screen to deliver a harsh rebuke of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Kushner to lead 'American Innovation' office at White House President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will lead a new White House office aimed at reforming the federal government through private-sector solutions.
Film watch: The greatest timepieces to grace the silver screen Long before product placement became commonplace, watches were chosen as props per their suitability for the role.
Pence to pro-Israel group: US 'giving serious consideration' to embassy move Speaking to thousands of pro-Israel activists, Vice President Mike Pence Sunday night said the US is still considering the controversial move of the US Embassy in Israel -- an action that would be met with strong opposition from Arab countries.
Cincinnati nightclub shooting: One killed, 15 injured One person was killed and 15 others injured during a shooting at a nightclub in Cincinnati early Sunday, police said.
Stocks catch a cold; Bank of America tumbles; Oil slips again Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
Sources: Trump learned a lesson on dealmaking Republican sources close to the White House, aides inside the Trump administration, and GOP congressional staff involved in the health care process appear to agree on one thing: President Donald Trump has received a stinging lesson on dealmaking in Washington.
Arrest warrant sought for ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye South Korean prosecutors said Monday they are seeking an arrest warrant for the country's ousted President Park Geun-hye.
Just 29% of Brits think Brexit will be good for the economy Brexit gloom appears to be spreading: Just 29% of British households surveyed in March believe Brexit will be good for the U.K.'s economy.
Australia: Evacuations as Queensland braces for 'nasty' cyclone Debbie Thousands of residents in Queensland, Australia have been ordered to leave their homes as severe tropical cyclone Debbie approaches land.
Southern Lights put on show for passengers on special flight An eight-hour flight that goes in a circle may sound like an airline debacle, but for the 134 passengers on the first-ever chartered flight to see the Southern Lights, it was all about the view.
ISIS orders Raqqa residents to flee, then stay Civilians in Raqqa faced uncertainty after ISIS ordered the evacuation of the Syrian city, and then rescinded the command.
Eight students feared dead in Japan avalanche Eight high school students are feared dead after an avalanche at the Nasu Onsen Family Ski Area in Tochigi Prefecture.
Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeeding A new study published in the journal Pediatrics finds that breastfeeding has little impact on long-term cognitive development and behavior.
Namibia's Caprivi Strip: Africa forbidden zone now a wildlife wonderland The obscure Caprivi Strip in northern Namibia cuts through Angola and Botswana, making it a narrow strip filled with animals in a remote, unspoiled setting.
Germany: Comfortable win for Angela Merkel's party in state election German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party has comfortably won an election in the small southwestern state of Saarland -- a vote seen as a bellwether for the national election in September.
'Umbrella' protesters face charges one day after new Hong Kong leader selected A number of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters claim they are facing charges over the 2014 "Umbrella Movement," more than 27 months after the demonstration ended.
Report: Hundreds arrested at anti-corruption protests in Russia Prominent Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny was detained amid a tense anti-corruption protest in the heart of Moscow on Sunday, according to tweets by Navalny and his press secretary.
One person's electronics ban is that same person's needed respite If you're jonesing so badly for your devices that even the thought of an electronics ban on your next flight is causing you angst, it's time to ween yourself.