The Indian leader is in Israel for a three-day trip, the first time an Indian prime minister has visited the country.
The British empire was responsible for the deaths, torture and enslavement of millions of people.
The GOP's planned tax cuts might worsen national debt without generating sufficient jobs or economic growth.
The man behind the allegations is Brady Toensing, who headed up Trump's campaign in Vermont.
The Trump administration continues to focus on combating Islamist extremists, overlooking the bigger problem of right-wing terrorism.
Unable to vote down the legislation against a Republican majority, the Democrats are resorting to slowing processes in protest.
The GEO Group donated six-figure sums to a pro-Trump group, and is now receiving nine-figure government contracts.
Building regulations are designed to protect people—but after the Grenfell Tower fire, other high-rise residents are asking what went wrong.
Parents who ignore the ban could face up to six months in prison.
This year, the country has carried out 10 missile tests troubling neighboring countries.
Around half of En Marche’s candidates are political newcomers, with the average age under 50.
Senior Conservatives told May that if the advisors didn’t go, they would mount a leadership challenge.
The militants have been holed up in the city since May 23, trapping hundreds of civilians.
Biden has not ruled out running for president in the 2020 election.
Twitter users said they could relate to Comey’s account of being trapped by a powerful, demanding man.
Jean-Claude Juncker has called for the EU to collaborate more on defense projects.
If confirmed by the Senate, Bradbury would become chief lawyer to the Department of Transport.
Matt Bevin suggested people walk through troubled neighborhoods and pray with the community there.
Two Republicans are trying to pass a bill that would allow people in Wisconsin to carry guns without a permit or training.
While some may have been pushed to “fight against those who speak badly about Russia,” the Russian president denied claims that his government has hacked foreign elections.
Beijing will have oversight of multinationals’ data, including their intellectual property.
The U.S. president blasted Germany's auto industry once again but made no mention of German-owned car plants in the U.S.