Senators have voted to recommend that the U.S. end its assistance to Saudi Arabia for the war in Yemen and put the blame for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi squarely on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
A federal judge is ordering an independent investigation into whether top California corrections officials deliberately misled court officials into believing that mentally ill inmates generally receive proper care.
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says British Prime Minister Theresa May filed to bring a clear plan for how the European Union should help her get the Brexit deal past her recalcitrant parliament.
Former Vice President Joe Biden says he initially refused to run with then-presidential candidate Barack Obama a decade ago, but his family ultimately convinced him he had to support an African-American candidate with a real chance of winning.
In spite of a city ordinance that bars federal immigration agents from accessing nonpublic city property without a criminal warrant, U.S. Border Patrol arrested a former student from Kenya at a Spokane bus station.
The U.N. Security Council has approved the delivery of aid across borders and conflict lines in Syria for another year, expressing "outrage" at the continuing violence in the country and "grave distress" at the devastating humanitarian situation.
The No. 2 House Republican says a looming partial government shutdown would be "stupid" but might be unavoidable if Democrats refuse to support President Donald Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico.
A leading Florida lawmaker says the state Senate will not seek to block the suspension of an embattled county elections supervisor who drew fierce criticism during this year's contentious election recount.
The opening night at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland focused on the theme 'Making America Safe Again.' Presumptive GOP candidate Donald Trump introduced his wife Melania as "the next First Lady."