CHICAGO -- Starting this month, passengers on some international flights from O'Hare airport have been getting their pictures taken before boarding as part of a new U.S. security program that utilizes facial-recognition ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Sen. John McCain thanked well-wishers for their support upon hearing he had been diagnosed with brain cancer, saying he would be back "soon."
McCain, who had undergone surgery to remove a blood clot at the ...Read more
More than 1 in 3 cases of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia can be traced to factors -- such as inadequate education, obesity, hearing loss and smoking -- that simply don't need to be, according to a new ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump on Wednesday again appeared to change his stance on just which path he wants Republican senators to take on health care. But he has long been infatuated with the notion of House and ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With the effort to repeal the 2010 health care law on the brink of failure, conservatives are warning that the Republican base will abandon the party. And some are already turning on GOP senators holding up ...Read more
Supreme Court justices said Wednesday that the Trump administration could temporarily reinstate restrictions on refugee resettlement, but that it could not limit the kinds of "close" family members exempt from a ban on ...Read more
NEW DELHI -- On the edge of one of India's biggest slums, Alauddin Ansari opens a paper ledger of daily sales at his small leather shop and points to a blank page. That's the tally for today. Nothing.
Before Prime ...Read more
The debut season of HBO's "Insecure" was a stunning start, but at times it could feel claustrophobic, intimate to a fault. There was Issa Dee (creator and star Issa Rae) and there was the love triangle consisting of Dee, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Sen. John McCain has a form of brain cancer that was discovered when doctors removed a blood clot above his left eye, his office said Wednesday night.
Tissue tested after the procedure last Friday revealed a...Read more
CARSON CITY, Nev. -- It was justice. It was a legal abomination. It was reality television before reality television was even really a thing. It was before social media and yet was probably the most viral story of the last...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump Jr. and former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort are being asked to testify on Wednesday in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to the committee's website.
The hearing comes ...Read more
After spending 33 years designated a state sponsor of terrorism by the U.S. government, Cuba no longer has any activity that even merits its own report in the State Department's annual review of terrorist threats around ...Read more
WASHINGTON--Senate Republicans' proposal to repeal much of the Affordable Care Act without a replacement would leave 32 million more Americans without health insurance over the next decade, according to an updated analysis...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions has expanded the authority of law enforcement to seize criminal suspects' money and property, bucking a movement in Congress and many states to rein in a practice that critics ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The rollercoaster health care debate in Congress is having an unsettling effect on consumers who count on individual marketplace health insurance for themselves and their loved ones. Many others simply don't ...Read more
The Trump administration's travel ban suffered another legal setback Wednesday when the U.S. Supreme Court sided with a federal judge in Hawaii, temporarily exempting grandparents and other extended family members from the...Read more
TEL AVIV, Israel -- An unvarnished critique of the European Union by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a private meeting with Central European leaders was picked up on an open mike on Wednesday, as the Israeli leader ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump kicked off the first meeting of a panel he has tasked with probing his own voter fraud claims by questioning why some states are refusing to turn over voting data to his administration....Read more
WASHINGTON -- The White House signaled this week that President Donald Trump will not support a new bipartisan plan to protect young undocumented immigrants -- so-called Dreamers -- from being placed back in line for ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration Wednesday continued its sharp criticism of Iran, labeling Tehran the world's top government sponsor of terrorism.
In a new report, the State Department said terrorist attacks and ...Read more
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