The move comes after Donald Trump demanded a reduction in migrants crossing into US from Mexico.
A helicopter crash-landed Monday afternoon onto the roof of a building in midtown Manhattan and then caught fire, authorities said. One person was killed in the crash, which occurred atop 787 Seventh Ave., a 51-story building located between West 51st and West 52nd streets, at the north end of Times Square. The building, known as the Axa Equitable Center, has tenants including BNP Paribas, Citibank and international law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher.
Elaine Chao reportedly assigned a liaison dedicated to coordinating infrastructure projects in Kentucky during her husband's reelection campaign.
A Texas sheriff has reported the senseless killing of an 11-year-old boy by "cowards" after bullets were fired into a home where the boy and his siblings were sleeping.
Move comes 24 hours before House due to vote on holding attorney general in contempt
SELFLESS ACT: When Ryan had a conversation with his mom about kids who couldn't afford school lunches, he decided to use his allowance to pay off his entire third grade class' school lunch debt. You are awesome, Ryan!
The Justice Department agreed to turn over key evidence from Robert S. Mueller III's investigation to the House in return for calling off a criminal contempt vote.
Oregon High School Students Involved In Senior Prank Must Pay For Cleanup, May Not Walk At Graduation: Principal
A senior prank carried out by students at an Oregon High School may have cost them the opportunity to walk at their graduation. The principal of the school is also reportedly planning to charge each students about $50 to cover the cost of cleaning up their mess.
Animal activists descended on the track and called for changes
They were both taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary where the man is being treated for serious injuries.
The F-35A stealth fighter jet hit the Pacific Ocean at a speed of more than 1,100km/h (683mph).
'Corruption In Plain Sight': Jared Kushner Firm Took In $90 Million From Unnamed Foreign Entities Since 2017
"It will cause people to wonder whether he is being improperly influenced."
A covert camera showed Paul Oliver preparing to feed live cubs to dogs at a hunt kennels.
It could be a sign of bees' adaptability to a changing environment--but the habit might also be causing them harm
Wearing big black headphones and sitting on a blue floral bedspread, North Korean defector Lee Yumi was video chatting with yet another stranger online, dark rings shading the pale skin under her eyes.
The Trudeau government will ban single-use plastics as early as 2021, CBC News has learned. Plastic straws, cotton swabs, drink stirrers, plates, cutlery and balloon sticks are just some of the single-use plastics that will be banned in Canada.
Countries hosting Venezuelans need support to handle the "unprecedented crisis", UN agencies warn.
Moscow makes comments after Russian papers call for inquiry into case of Ivan Golunov
United Technologies and Raytheon are joining forces to create an aerospace and defense powerhouse. It is one of the biggest corporate mergers of 2019.