Will congressional Republicans act to head off future Russian election interference? Bureaucratic warfare rocks the Department of Veterans Affairs. And a new law goes to the heart of Israel's identity.
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin meet in Helsinki - why have some senators strongly urged the president not to meet Putin alone? And southern Iraq is in turmoil as protests over jobs and a shortage of basic services draw a military response.
President Trump's bombshell interview with a British tabloid. Is the U.S. government reuniting separated immigrant families at an acceptable pace? And an ex-Pakistani prime minister flies home from exile — expecting to be arrested.
The NATO summit accomplishes more than President Trump's rhetoric might suggest. London braces for big protests as the British government prepares to receive Trump. And with the Supreme Court's balance changing, abortion rights advocates prepare for a future they hope never to see.
President Trump publicly lays into NATO allies in Brussels. The Trump administration escalates its trade dispute with China. And a court-ordered deadline for reuniting separated immigrant families came and went yesterday, mostly unfulfilled.
What do we know about President Trump's new Supreme Court nominee? The NATO summit in Brussels will deal with Trump's adversarial approach to longtime allies. And Brexit troubles shake both the British government's plan for leaving the European Union and Theresa May's government.
EPA chief Scott Pruitt resigns under a cloud of numerous ethics questions. U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports start today, with China expected to quickly respond in kind. And the U.S. military begins abruptly discharging immigrants who'd enlisted in a special program as a path to citizenship.
Have Democrats found an election-year message and strategy? U.S. whiskey makers get caught up in a tariff fight. And the U.S. and Iran trade threats over oil exports and a key shipping lane in the Persian Gulf.
The Trump Administration withdraws Obama Administration guidance on affirmative action. Protests in Greater Pittsburgh over a police shooting of an unarmed black teenager. And World Cup madness heads for the quarterfinals.
Three red-state Democratic senators may hold the key to the next Supreme Court seat, there are reports of new construction at North Korean nuclear sites, and good news on lost kids from a cave in Thailand.
Yesterday, a shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland killed five people. A suspect is in police custody and has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder. The retirement of Justice Kennedy sets the stage for an abortion rights battle. And European Union leaders reach a landmark deal on migration.
The battle lines are drawn over who will replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. He is retiring after after nearly three decades serving on the nation's highest court. Also, Presidents Putin and Trump are expected to meet for a one-on-one summit. Will Russia's election interference be on the agenda? And Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is in South Korea discussing the future of the U.S. military there.
A federal judge in California ordered that migrant children separated from their families must be reunited within 30 days. And a 28 year-old activist wins a major upset over a Democrat leader in a House primary race in New York. Trump's latest pick to run the Department of Veterans Affairs appears before the Senate today. Also, the Syrian government expands its assault on rebel forces in the southern part of the country.
In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's most recent travel ban. The court says the the policy is based on legitimate national security grounds. We hear reaction from a supporter of the ban, Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, and an opponent, Hawaii Lt. Gov. Doug Chin.
Harley-Davidson announced that it would be moving some of its production overseas — to avoid EU tariffs. China could be blocked from investing in U.S. tech companies. And six states will hold primaries today; voters in South Carolina will weigh the value of Trump's endorsement.
President Trump ramps up the rhetoric on immigration as agencies scramble to implement the executive order he issued last week. All the extra focus on immigration may be diverting resources from addressing Trump's core concerns about drug smuggling and gang activity. And Turkey's president won re-election in snap elections that he called for more than a year ahead of schedule--a move critics say is part of a blatant power grab.
President Trump ended a policy that sent thousands of children to government-run facilities away from their parents, but critics say he just created new problems. The children held may be there indefinitely. And are Veterans Affairs whistleblowers being protected?
President Trump met with Republican lawmakers to discuss immigration legislation amid a national outcry over his administration's family separation policy. Also, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross heads to the Hill, where he is expected to face tough questions about the President's controversial trade policy.