The rest of the season has a unique schedule.
In a tweet published Monday night, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii announced that she would rather meet with people in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Despite criticism, ICE maintained that undercover investigations such as the fake university help protect the immigration system's integrity.
New documentary "When Lambs Become Lions" follows elephant poachers and the rangers trying to stop them.
Iran freed an American Princeton University graduate student, Xiyue Wang, held since 2016.
The cut-off date for qualifying polls is December 12, and all eyes are on New Hampshire to see who stays afloat.
The conservative commentator also claimed that Asians "have it lucky."
The Iraqi military said several rockets landed inside Ayn al-Asad Base, where U.S. troops have been deployed to both fight ISIS and deter Iran.
"The Good Doctor" showrunner David Shore has given some clues about what is to come on the ABC show after its midseason finale.
"We had an interesting nucleus of people when I was in the White House—the initial team," Gary Cohn told David Axelrod in an interview. "We were not bashful. It was a group that was willing to tell the president what he needed to know, whether he wanted to hear it or not."
Iran is just the latest government to shut off its internet in a hope to shut down its problems.
"We have begun proactive outreach to many accounts who have not logged into Twitter in over six months to inform them their accounts may be permanently removed," a Twitter spokesperson told Newsweek.
The billionaire media mogul has a huge pool of wealth to draw from in his campaign for the Democratic nomination—and he's willing to use a lot of it.
Chris Coons told CNN he hoped colleagues in both parties would take an impeachment trial seriously and consider the evidence in front of them.
Mandatory evacuation orders and warnings are in place in parts of Santa Barbara County following a wind-driven fire sparked in Los Padres National Park near Painted Cave Road.
Trump promised to surround himself with "only the best people in America." He succeeded, but through no fault of his own.
It came after the Wikileaks founder appeared to be limping when he was addressed during his hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court last month.
An exclusive excerpt from Supreme Court lawyer Neal Katyal and Sam Koppelman's "Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump."
"All any of the artists, or really anyone in this room, wants is to create something that will last," Swift said. "Whatever it is in life."
Swift has been planning to re-record her old music next year.
"Dolly Parton's Heartstrings" is a new Netflix anthology series, with each episode based on the country legend's songs including "Jolene," "Two Doors Down" and "Cracker Jack."
On Thursday, ESPN analyst and former NBA player, Jay Williams posted a Twitter video supporting a GoFundMe campaign to help Memphis center James Wiseman pay an $11,500 charity donation required by the NCAA.
The Duke of York has stepped down from his royal duties after his interview with the BBC about his friendship with the convicted sex offender who was found dead in his cell.
Little of note has been achieved in the 18 months since President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a vague agreement on denuclearization in Singapore.
Her attorneys may not be banking on an acquittal, they could be looking for a hung jury.
"This is the largest organized effort to pay this many immigration bonds in one day," said RAICES Accompaniment and Bond Coordinator Blake Vera.
The Senate Majority Leader said it is "way too early" to say how the Senate "might handle impeachment."
The "Epstein didn't kill himself" meme makes another appearance, this time at a 'Real Housewives' convention in New York.
"It's the kind of thing you say when you're defending the indefensible," Democrat James Himes said, referring to Republican attempts to smear Vindman's reputation.