The number of drunk and disorderly passengers spiked in 2017, forcing airlines to deal with an increase in unruly behavior.
Conway said her #MeToo moment “was very public and nobody cared about it” because she was a Republican managing Donald Trump’s campaign.
China and the U.S. need to apply more pressure on North Korea, American Ambassador Terry Branstad said.
George Krokus broke his leg in the fall.
“I just cannot sit by and just let her take that seat without a fight,” Ermold told Newsweek.
An Indiana Police captain was suspended after making a statement about white privilege during a training session.
“Kim Jong Un is the same kind of crazy that Trump is,” Ellsberg said.
Singapore Airlines changed route to avoid the northern part of the Sea of Japan.
This is not the first time that members of the Mormon Church have created a sect and run off with children.
Leaders from across the Arab world have condemned Trump’s decision, and some American Jews agree with the criticism.
Forecasters warn that the worst flames will come soon.
The president’s wife has reportedly become a political adviser and means to go around chief of staff John Kelly.
Even if you exclude his alleged sexual advances, Trump doesn't have the best record.
Guests have privacy concerns after finding cameras hidden in several Airbnb rental homes. Airbnb said it works with law enforcement “to help ensure justice will be served.”
In his first 11 months in office, Trump has tried to dismantle much of Obama’s most significant legislative achievements.
Trump calls Obama climate policies “job killing,” but the U.S. economy has grown consistently, says former president.
The Republican Senate candidate’s campaign platform rests on conservative and religious family values.
Meet the Silence Breakers.
The president’s lawyers have told a judge she lacks the jurisdiction for a defamation lawsuit filed by Summer Zervos against Trump.
Immigrants are now more fearful of the law enforcement agency than the gang.
By saying nothing so far, Trump has maintained the encryption-rich status quo.
Texas State President Denise M. Trauth said the column was “racist” and its themes “abhorrent.”
The president originally stated the meeting was “about the adoption of Russian children.”
The ACLU is fighting to stave off their deportations in federal court, but the government has pushed back at every turn.
70 percent of Americans can’t understand the science section of the New York Times.
Moderating the patent monopolies to allow more competitive generic drugs would do the trick.
The special counsel's request suggests, for the first time, that he's looking into whether Russian money laundering fostered the Trump Organization’s growth and development.
Bannon’s former boss Trump has faced questions over his deferments for military service.
A mandatory one-night count turned up an increase for the first time since 2010, and some of America’s wealthiest cities might be the reason.
“This is not just an opioid use crisis of historic proportions...There is a more general drug misuse crisis.”