President Obama addressed the terrorist attacks in Brussels Tuesday before a historic speech in Havana. He pledged to "defeat those who threaten the safety and security of people all around the world."
Obama condemns Brussels terrorist attacks
U.S. charges Guantánamo detainee with 2002 Bali bombing
Injured Capitol Police officer throw first pitch at Congressional Women's Softball Game
London high-rise apartment fire leaves at least 12 dead
Senate leaders McConnell and Schumer open session with comments on shooting in Alexandria
UK Prime Minister May says she'll form new government
Timeline of the London Bridge terror attack
Ambulance and police respond to attack on London Bridge
A brief history of the sanctuary movement in the United States
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North Korea's network of hackers
FBI Director Comey 'misspoke' on Huma Abedin emails
Survivors and relatives of victims from the 2002 Bali bombing reacted on Saturday to the news that a U.S. war court had charged Indonesian detainee Riduan “Hambali” Isomuddin at Guantánamo Bay in connection with the attack.
Special Agent Crystal Griner threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Congressional Women's Softball Game from her wheelchair on Wednesday night. She defended members of Congress when a gunman opened fire during their team practice in Alexandria, Virginia last week.
The Senate majority and minority leaders Sen. Mitch McConnell (R - Ky.) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) opened Wednesday’s senate session with statements about the shooting of a Republican house member and aides at the Republican congressional baseball team practice.
A white van, reportedly traveling 50 miles per hour, struck pedestrians on the London Bridge Saturday. There has been no public announcement on if this incident is being treated as an act of terrorism.
As it's confirmed the rape investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been dropped by Sweden's Director of Public Prosecution, here's a look back at the key moments from the issuing of an arrest warrant back in 2010.
During his May 3rd testimony, FBI Director James Comey stated that he "misspoke" when discussing emails that Hillary Clinton deputy Huma Abedin forwarded to Anthony Weiner's laptop. The FBI acknowledged that only a "small number" of emails were possibly "relevant," not the hundreds or thousands that the FBI director had stated during his testimony. The FBI sent a letter correcting the testimony on Tuesday, the same day President Trump fired Comey.
Public News Service journalist Dan Heyman was arrested apparently for trying to question Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price at a meeting in West Virginia’s Capitol on Tuesday. He said he was arrested for asking Price and White House special counsel Kellyanne Conway if domestic violence would be classed as a pre-existing condition under the Affordable Health Care for America Act.
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer addressed President Donald Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey during a press conference Tuesday. "This is part of a deeply troubling pattern from the Trump administration," Schumer said.
At a senate hearing on May 3, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D - R.I.) asked FBI Director Comey why the information gathered by the FBI's questioning of former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn took two days to reach the White House.