The live-action version of the beloved film has some big paws to fill.
Compared with just five years ago, prosecutions under the same sex trafficking statute used against Epstein will have fallen 32 percent by the end of fiscal year 2019.
China and Russia are building political, economic and military ties in Africa, where U.S. officials travel infrequently.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif gave an interview in New York City, where he is under tight visa restrictions, during a visit to the United Nations.
Elsa Alcala said the president's recent verbiage in attacking the "four women of color" serving in the House of Representatives was the final straw.
"You won't accept a nation that sees healthcare as a right or education as a #1 priority, especially where we're the ones fighting for it," she tweeted.
Much could change between now and election day, but this re-run election is already shaping up to be very different from the original.
"I definitely don't fit into a stereotypical wife role. I don't even like that word."
St. Louis Blues center Ryan O'Reilly pulled off something that probably only a hockey player could pull off at the ESPY awards Wednesday night.
The fact Pete Buttigieg and Seth Moulton went on record with their experiences of PTSD and depression suggests Americans are becoming far more accepting of mental health issues.
Candace Marie Claiborne accepted tens of thousands of dollars in cash and gifts in exchange for internal State Department documents.
Rapinoe on Tuesday explained why Team USA will not be accepting an invitation to visit the White House from President Trump.
Former Harvard fencing coach Peter Brand allegedly sold his home to the father of two members of the fencing team for well above its market value.
Cruz reportedly lamented Fox News' adoption of Trump during the GOP nomination race and raged about the channel's bias after the Wisconsin primary.
Swalwell became the first Democrat to end their presidential bid, just two days after the candidate took direct aim at McConnell for blocking gun control bills passed by the House.
"We're thinking about doing that," Trump said of an executive order. "It's one of the ways—we have four or five ways we could do it. We're doing well on the census."
About an hour later, the Fox Business host shared another tweet, writing: "God Bless America and our Great President!"
Russia has long expressed concern that its neighbors could become NATO members and that such developments could spark war.
The freshman lawmaker's suggestion that the leader of the Executive Branch defy a ruling by the Judicial Branch's top court would require Trump to take action that's prohibited by the U.S. Constitution.
The court narrowly decided to protect the accuracy of the census and the rule of law by not allowing a citizenship question, but much more work remains to be done to ensure that every vote is counted.
"The frustration is that there's no bar, there's no line in the sand that we're waiting for in order to trigger impeachment," the freshman Democrat said.
"This week marks 18 years since my hunk of a man began his transition—and today marks the 14-year anniversary of us tying the knot!"
It's not the first time the archbishop has attempted to strong-arm a Catholic school into firing its LGBTQ+ faculty members.
The case is one of three ongoing lawsuits against the president for alleged violations of the Constitution's Emoluments Clause.
"Enough with a government that does not reflect our values," fundraiser Erv Portman said. "My faith teaches me we are responsible and I want to help these kids."
The NCAA is examining changing its rules, but until that happens, the organization said student-athletes could face negative consequences.