Time magazine names journalists, including slain writer Jamal Khashoggi and a pair of Reuters journalists imprisoned by Myanmar, as its "Person of the Year," in a cover story headlined "The Guardians and the War on Truth."
US President Donald Trump has come under fierce criticism from fellow Republicans in the Senate over the killing of Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, particularly after CIA Director Gina Haspel briefed them,
The stage adaptation of Harper Lee's beloved book opens on Broadway this week, staring Jeff Daniels as the upstanding small town white lawyer Atticus Finch who takes on the case of a black man wrongfully accused of rape in the Depression-era south.
US President Donald Trump threatens to not sign a federal spending bill required by December 21 to avoid leaving swaths of the government without funding in retaliation for not getting the $5 billion he wants to build a wall on the Mexican border.
Jury finds James Fields guilty of first-degree murder and nine other crimes by driving his car into a crowd, killing one and wounding of 19 others, in Charlottesville, Virginia last year.
School districts across North and South Carolina and Virginia canceled classes for the day and emergency officials warned that heavy snow and icy roads were slowing their responses to problems such as hundreds of stranded motorists.
Prosecutors accuse Maria Butina of working with a Russian official and two US citizens to try and infiltrate the powerful National Rifle Association lobby group.
Larry Nassar continued to abuse dozens of girls over the 14 months of silence after concerns were first raised to the US Olympic Committee in July 2015.
US lawmakers are considering a legislation that would pave the way for suing OPEC for manipulating oil prices. But changing market conditions could save the global oil cartel.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said parliament vote on Brexit deal scheduled for Tuesday will be delayed, saying it is still "the best deal that is negotiable."
Nick Ayers, Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, is Trump's top choice to replace Kelly, and the two have held discussions for months about the job, a White House official said.
House Democrats have expressed disappointment, claiming lawmakers wasted time by focusing on questions concerning Hillary Clinton's emails.
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