PHILADELPHIA -- Stacy Silver prayed as she drove with her husband to Mount Carmel Cemetery in Philadelphia's Wissinoming section Sunday: Please don't let my mother and great-grandmother be among the victims.
When Silver, 50, of Cherry Hill, N.J., heard about the vandalism at the Jewish cemetery that occurred overnight Saturday, she rushed to ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Nearly two-thirds of American voters find President Donald Trump's use of Twitter is reckless and distracting, according to a new nationwide McClatchy-Marist poll.
The poll found that 65 percent of registered voters nationwide disapproved of Trump's Twitter use, while 25 percent found it effective and informative.
And despite ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump is expected to provide historically black colleges and universities a long-awaited boost as he looks to outdo his predecessors –– including the nation's first African-American president -- on a surprising issue.
Trump will sign an executive order as soon as Monday, when the schools' presidents arrive ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- For the second time, one of President Donald Trump's appointees to head one of the nation's armed services has withdrawn, citing difficulty in meeting ethics requirements.
Philip Bilden, a former private equity investment manager who operated in Asia, had been nominated to be secretary of the Navy. He withdrew his nomination ...Read more
ISMAILIA, Egypt -- Some fled with little more than the clothes they were wearing, terrified that the militants of Islamic State would come for them next.
For a fourth day on Sunday, Coptic Christians -- one of Egypt's most vulnerable minorities -- sought safe haven after a series of sectarian killings in and near the town of Arish, in Egypt's ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With the public deeply split in its views of President Donald Trump, one potentially key group stands out -- those who dislike the man, but approve of the direction in which he's moving.
That's a central finding of a new nationwide survey by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal.
The new poll confirms what other major surveys have...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A White House spokeswoman said Sunday that it was too soon to say whether a special prosecutor should look into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Calls have grown louder from Democrats in Congress for U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from the issue because of his role as a prominent ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- By using one of the world's deadliest known toxins to carry off a high-profile assassination in Malaysia, North Korea sent a message to the world that it has two types of weapons of mass destruction -- nuclear bombs and the most ghastly of chemical weapons.
"The point was made," said Raymond Zilinskas, director of the chemical and...Read more
The Railroad ManJohn V. Pasquariello
Mike Vincente’s life hit rock bottom after being unjustly drummed out from the New Jersey State Police. Now a railroad cop, he thinks he’s nothing more than a boxcar babysitter. But while he’s on a routine call to roust yet another trespasser from the yard, Laura ...
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump claimed Sunday that the race for Democratic National Committee chairman had been "rigged"--drawing a quick response from Tom Perez, who narrowly won the party's leadership race.
Trump insinuated that Perez's election as chairman on the second ballot at a party conference in Atlanta on Saturday was because ...Read more
- North Korea's use of deadly chemical shows that nation is even more dangerous that had been thought
- Egyptian Christians flee from Islamic State violence on Sinai Peninsula
- New national Democratic chairman ridicules Trump's assertion that party vote was 'rigged'
- White House says it's too early to decide on special prosecutor for Russian election meddling
- Crucial group of Americans like Trump's stands, not him, poll finds