A leader of the nationalist Alternative for Germany has laid open differences inside the party after it surged to third place in Germany's election, announcing she won't join its new parliamentary caucus.
North Korea hasn't reacted yet to newly announced U.S. travel restrictions, but they are largely a symbolic measure for the country already under severe sanctions because of its nuclear weapons program.
Utah's Republican Party is pressing on with a legal battle that's divided the state GOP and will argue before a Denver-based appeals court Monday that a state candidate nominating law violates its rights.
A top official with the U.S. Energy Department says the agency is still uncertain about the extent of contamination from a massive plume of chromium that resulted from decades of poor waste management at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The Equifax hack has left over 143 million Americans vulnerable to identity theft. According to the Federal Trade Commission, there are steps to you can take to prevent your personal data from being misused.
Five steps you can take while you wait for answers from Equifax
More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism
Trump announces executive order that targets those financing and trading with North Korea