The U.S. has yet to provide evidence to back up claims it was Iran, not Yemen's Houthi movement that was behind an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities.
One expert has calculated that, in all, up to seven jobs could be impacted for every striker.
African countries only account for 2 percent of coal demand, yet are willing and compelled to take a different path. If the smaller, poorer and vulnerable countries can do it, so can you.
President has reportedly approved a plan to help increase ethanol demand for farmers, but he is being met with opposition from oil refinery chiefs.
They see themselves as rebels, standing up against a suffocating progressive culture. Do these young Trump supporters hold the key to 2020?
Teenagers' sometimes inexplicable choices can be understood as a rational developmental phase when seen through the lens of animal behavior.
Illinois state representative Jaime Andrade was speaking to the press about the bird problem at Chicago's Irving Park Blue Line station when a pigeon proved his point by going to the bathroom on his head.
Slashing rules may cut costs for industry—but when it shifts the risks to workers and communities, people can pay the price with their health.
"I could say 'I'm sorry' but it wouldn't mean anything because tomorrow I'm just going to get out and get my drugs."
"I don't like the man at all," 79-year-old Alice Mackay—related to the president through his mother's family—said.
"There's still time on the clock," de Blasio said Friday.
If they'd left the market alone and let rents rise, builders would have chosen to create more rental housing, and rents would have fallen on their own.
According to Marilyn Synek of the Nebraska Family Alliance, the employee shouted, "You are f****** bigoted trash, and we do not want you in our restaurant."
The non-profit says that the Ambler Mining Road would disrupt Western Arctic caribou migration, cross over hundreds of rivers and streams, and interfere with the subsistence lifestyles of rural Alaskans.
"The immediate and extreme impact an immigration enforcement action has on an individual and their family is not lost on our officers," the letter states.
The couple's divorce proceedings reportedly included fights over kitchen renovations, fountain pens and cigars.
The U.S.-China trade war appears to be de-escalating as Beijing offers an olive branch to Washington after the tariffs' delay announced by President Donald Trump.
Ahead of Thursday night's Democratic debate where the economy will likely be a major focal point, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin singled out 2020 Democratic hopeful and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Communist Poland expelled many of its surviving Jews in a nation-wide anti-Semitic campaign, two decades after the war.
"Part of this has to be trying to educate the public about what Donald Trump did. And that this is not even the worst of it," former federal prosecutor Nick Akerman said.
Police in Long Beach, California are renegotiating their contracts, and one provision would require the city to tell officers when someone requests their public records.
There is a 35 percent chance that President Donald Trump escalates his trade war with China and others, Moody's Analytics says.
A fighter pilot, Amy McGrath has already been to war three times and is now taking on, arguably, the most powerful man of Washington
In a personal essay for The Cut, Natalie Beach, a former friend of Calloway, says she did much of the work on Calloway's Instagram without the credit.
A congressional hearing addressing the U.S. student loan debt crisis Tuesday saw a Republican congressman bragging his kids graduated with "zero debt," while a conservative panel member said borrowers simply made poor choices.
The hotly-anticipated press conference, which will take social media by storm during its roughly two-hour duration, will begin at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
"President Trump is making it clear that if you come to the United States of America illegally, you will be removed," said U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency acting Commissioner Mark Morgan.
Longtime Texas Republicans and Democratic pollsters say predominately white new arrivals who moved to enjoy the state's economy are a primary factor behind the state potentially turning blue in 2020.