Donald Trump potentially has millions of lives in his hands as the threat of a devastating war with North Korea swiftly escalates.
Vatican pushes back against criticism of Pope Francis Myanmar visit.
President Donald Trump spoke to the Chinese president and threatened further sanctions on North Korea after a ballistic missile test that appeared calculated to avoid crossing red lines that could provoke military action by Washington.
North Korea test-fired the Hwasong-15 missile, a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which experts said shows a major advance in technology and threat.
Retired Rear. Adm. Kenneth Norton has been given a Secretarial Letter of Censure for his role in the so-called “Fat Leonard” scandal, the Navy said in a statement Wednesday.
Tampa police are interviewing a person in connection with four fatal shootings within the last month in the city’s Seminole Heights neighborhood, Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said Tuesday.
The U.S. called Wednesday on all countries to suspend diplomatic ties with North Korea and asked that China stop crude oil trade with Pyongyang as diplomats met at an emergency United Nations Security Council meeting.
The actual death toll from Hurricane Maria may be more than nine times higher than the official tally from the Puerto Rican government, two demographers find.
Lt. Col. Jason Heard led the Thunderbirds for less than year before the commander of the Air Force’s 57th Wing decided new leadership was necessary to “ensure the highest level of pride, precision and professionalism within the team.”
Brendan Cox, the husband of slain British lawmaker Jo Cox, said Wednesday that President Donald Trump has “become a purveyor of hate” after retweeting three anti-Muslim videos from a British far-right account.