Trump has been seething over immigration since realizing the major spending bill he signed last month barely funds the “big, beautiful” border wall he has promised his supporters.
Though no preparations have begun for such a visit, it would be the Russian president’s first Washington visit in more than a decade.
The Israeli prime minister cancels the agreement with the world body after pressure from hawks in his coalition prompted him to suspend it.
Many schools will remain closed for a second day in Oklahoma as teachers continue to rally for higher pay and education funding in a rebellion that has hit several GOP-led states.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s three surviving children have spent much of the past five decades coming to terms with the civil rights leader’s assassination and legacy.
La Linea de la Concepcion is reeling under an escalating war between authorities and criminal gangs who have turned it into a key entry point for Moroccan cannabis resin into Europe, AP learns.
The vote for Egypt’s president produced a surprise runner-up — an unusually large number of invalid ballots, suggesting a possible protest vote against el-Sissi or the election itself.
A Montana jurist will decide whether a neo-Nazi website publisher has a First Amendment right to unleash a “troll storm” of anti-Semitic and threatening messages against a Jewish family.
The No. 1 music streaming service, which has drawn comparisons to Netflix, is about to find out how it plays on the stock market in an unusual IPO.
The Wildcats beat Michigan 79-62 to become only the fourth program since UCLA to win two titles in the span of three years — joining Duke, Kentucky and Florida.