Former Secretary of State, John Kerry, and other counter-terrorism experts say the U.K. hasn't integrated Muslims into society as well as the U.S.
Former officials' comments about Trump's attempts to lift sanctions come just days after reports Jared Kushner sought a back channel with Moscow.
Diplomatic buildings were shuttered by former President Barack Obama in retaliation for Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election.
President says his son Barron was most affected by comedian Kathy Griffin's bloodied severed head photo shoot.
Reports say that President Trump has already handed out his digits to leaders in Canada, Mexico and France.
A major White House reshuffle has been in the works for weeks as the U.S. president navigates the fallout of the Russia investigation.
Nearly a dozen cities in states won by Democrat Hillary Clinton are calling on Congress to investigate whether Trump violated the Constitution.
After reports Trump leaked sensitive information to Russia, people are pointing at campaign tweets about Clinton's emails.
Alt-right figurehead Richard Spencer held a torchlit rally to protest the removal of a memorial to Confederate Army leader Robert E. Lee.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman said people should not believe newspaper reports as they could be fake news.
Ilhan Omar said cab driver in Washington, D.C. threatened to remove her hijab.
The U.S. president-elect called protests "very unfair" before expressing "love" for their passion.
Philipp Kirkorov is backing Trump and is no stranger to Vladimir Putin either.
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The Freedom Caucus lays out 2016 expectations for the speaker.
Apple opposes the U.K. government's proposals to access encrypted communications.