"It turns out that United Russia won the elections in America," one official declares in a radio interview.
One has a serious side that has helped calm anxious Republicans. The other is still prone to Twitter tirades.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he discussed his deadly crackdown on illegal drugs with Donald Trump.
A University of Southern California student stabbed professor Bosco Tjan over a personal dispute, police say.
This is the first time a U.S. president has spoken directly with Taiwan’s leadership in more than 30 years.
The former Vermont governor says the party needs to "turn itself over to the next generation" and takes himself out of the running.
Jurors in the trial of former police officer Michael Slager adjourn for the weekend after struggling to reach a unanimous verdict.
A judge tells jurors they must try again to reach a verdict in the trial of former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager.
The death count is at 13, and the number of buildings damaged is now approaching 1,000.
The invitation came amid uncertainty about the relationship with one of the U.S.'s most important Asian allies.
OneWest, formerly headed by Steve Mnuchin, foreclosed on thousands of homes after the Great Recession.
Supporters of Trump have filed lawsuits in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania to halt the Green Party's recount request.
Opposition forces control at least 70 percent of the neighborhood, but rebels put up ferocious resistance.
"We resisted having standards about whether something’s newsworthy ... And that was wrong!" said a company VP.
Supporters of Trump have filed a lawsuit trying to stop Wisconsin's recount, spearheaded by Jill Stein.
The Minnesota mall, the largest in the nation, welcomed its first black Santa this holiday season.
Attorneys dismissed by the Charleston church shooting suspect are worried he may not present evidence that could spare his life.
Senior Iranian officials describe the vote to extend the Iran Sanctions Act for 10 years as a "clear violation" if implemented.
A new advertisement from San Francisco’s police union urges viewers to contact the city’s police commissioner to oppose a proposed city policy.