Trump complains about Democrats? rallying cry to ?resist?
President Trump admitted that he likes divisive rhetoric as a campaign tactic, but now finds it frustrating when it is used by Democrats to counter his agenda.
Air Asia Pilots Asks Passengers ?To Pray? During Wild Flight
The pilot twice asked passengers to pray on Air Asia flight D7237 from Australia to Malaysia as the plane shook like a "washing machine" for two hours, according to passengers.
Eid Al-Fitr 2017 Quotes And Greetings
People in the U.S. and the U.K., along with countries in the Middle East celebrate Eid al-Fitr on Sunday.
'We Love to Attack Our Leaders' Democrats Debate Pelosi's Leadership
Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) and Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) join Meet the Press for an exclusive joint interview to talk about the future of the Democratic party.
New York City gay pride parade
Tens of thousands of marchers paraded through New York streets Sunday in a huge Gay Pride parade, with many proudly carrying rainbow flags or waving virulently anti-Trump signs.
U.S. urges Arab states to reach resolution in dispute
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday that Qatar and the four Arab states that imposed a boycott on their tiny but wealthy neighbor should sit down together in order to try to reach a resolution. "A productive next step would be for each of the countries to sit together and continue this conversation," Tillerson said in a statement. "We believe our allies and partners are stronger when they are working together towards one goal which we all agree is stopping terrorism and countering extremism." Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have sent a 13-point list of demands apparently aimed at dismantling Qatar's two-decade-old interventionist foreign policy which has incensed them.
California father buries wrong man after coroner's mistake
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) ? Eleven days after laying his son to rest, Frank J. Kerrigan got a call from a friend.
Banned Bahraini newspaper fires staff
A independent Bahraini newspaper has sacked its staff three weeks after Sunni-dominated authorities banned it on accusations that it "sows division" in the Shiite-majority Gulf kingdom. "We regret to inform you that the board of directors... has decided to terminate the employment contracts with the employees," board chairman Adel al-Maskati wrote in English in a message addressed to "all staff" on Saturday. The information ministry banned Al-Wasat in early June "until further notice" for its "violation of the law and repeatedly publishing information that sows division in society and affects Bahrain's relations with other states," said BNA state news agency.
Watergate Lawyer: The Trump Administration Would Fire Mueller 'At Their Peril'
When Rufus Edmisten was 31 years old, he delivered a subpoena to the president of the United States asking for tape recordings from the Oval Office. It was July 23, 1973, and ?it had to be the hottest day in the world,? he told me last week, 44 years later.
Not Just Coal: Retail Jobs Fall Despite Lower Unemployment
A close look at labor statistics shows that retail jobs are falling, even as the national unemployment figure stays low.
Villagers begin to mourn dead after deadly China landslide
By Sue-Lin Wong XINMO, China (Reuters) - Villagers in China visited what used to be their relatives' homes on Monday to mourn loved ones lost when a landslide swept down a mountain, with little hope of finding anyone alive after more than 48 hours of fruitless searching. At least 93 people are missing after the landslide engulfed Xinmo village in mountainous Sichuan province as dawn broke on Saturday. Some villagers said they've always known landslides are a big danger but authorities never offered to help them move.
Martin Shkreli Goes To Trial
'The Most Hated Person' set to stand trial for security fraud.