An outage left passengers in the dark and affected hundreds of flights at the world's busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Republicans have sought to cast doubt on its impartiality and pressed for a new independent prosecutor to investigate anti-Trump bias
(UPDATED) Kory Langhofer's accusations are the latest by Republicans seeking to raise doubts about the credibility of Robert Mueller's investigation
Nearly 50 years after the its debut, the 747 will take its final commercial flight with an American carrier
Winds and dry conditions are threatening to help the blaze grow
The draft resolution calls on all countries to refrain from opening embassies in Jerusalem, reflecting concerns that other governments could follow the US lead
The possible passage would be a 'massive win' for US President Donald who has yet to notch any major legislative victory after nearly a year in office
The measure could impose harm to thousand of American women, a federal judge from Pennsylvania says
China up until now has been the main source of fentanyl, shipping large amounts through Mexican narcotics networks to the US market
US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley accuses Tehran of a 'blatant violation' of UN Security Council obligations designed to rein in its missile activity
San Diego-based Cal Fire engineer Cory Iverson died fighting the Thomas Fire in Ventura County, according to Cal Fire Chief Ken Pimlott
The statement by the bloc's heads of state and government adds fresh weight to the criticism of US President Donald Trump's move, which upended 7 decades of US policy on Jerusalem and triggered protests across the Islamic world
The Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says 'at least 6,700 Rohingya, in the most conservative estimations, are estimated to have been killed, including at least 730 children below the age of 5'
The states of Nevada and Nebraska are planning to supply prison executioners with the opioid painkiller, drawing criticism from doctors and activists who call the move a dangerous human experiment
A letter made public Wednesday, December 13, in Waymo's civil suit against Uber over swiped self-driving car secrets confirmed the ride-share service is the target of a US criminal investigation
The A-list movie star says Weinstein sexually harassed her, subjected her to escalating rage and once threatened to kill her
Some in Trump's inner circle now wonder whether Alabama shows the limits of his approach: If it does not work in deep red Alabama, where can it work?
The northern state's governor Mark Dayton appointed Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith to fill Al Franken's seat
Nearly 6,400 firefighters have been toiling for a week against blazes fueled by bone dry conditions and powerful winds
Special counsel Robert Mueller removed Peter Strzok from his Russia election meddling probe this summer after becoming aware of the emails
(UPDATED) It marks a bitter blow to the president in one of the reddest of deep South states, and hands opposition Democrats a cherished Senate seat
Erdogan, whose country holds the rotating chairmanship of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is hoping to unite often feuding Muslim leaders into a tough final statement on the move
(UPDATED) But even as Washington stresses the importance of a negotiated end to the standoff, Kim Jong-un vows to make his nation 'the strongest nuclear power and military power in the world'
So far, more than 100 members of Congress have called for a probe into allegations of sexual misconduct against Trump
US President Donald Trump has made the special election a test of his brand of populism
According to reports Seoul has asked Washington to delay the drills until after the Games to lower the chances of provocations by Pyongyang
Trump: 'We will establish a foundation for an eventual mission to Mars and perhaps someday to many worlds beyond'
Macron rejects the idea that Trump could negotiate a fresh deal and termed his withdrawal an 'aggressive' maneuver
Trump has long made the WTO a preferred target of its "America First" policy, threatening to pull Washington out of the trade organization it says is hampering its ability to compete
(6TH UPDATE) The blast – which took place in the station at the Port Authority bus terminal, not far from New York's iconic Times Square – sparked commuter panic and travel disruptions
For the people of Alabama this week's special election isn't quite that simple
Before leaving Israel, Netanyahu had taken aim at what he called Europe's 'hypocrisy'
'A moment of panic or carelessness, a misconstrued comment, or bruised ego could easily lead us unavoidably to the destruction of entire cities,' says Beatrice Fihn, head of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
The drill will focus on "practicing tracking an object and sharing information on it among the 3 countries," a defense official says
Some Californians are finally able to return home to inspect the damage wrought by the wildfires, which forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee and destroyed some 700 structures
Arab League ministers also say they will head to the United Nations Security Council for a resolution condemning the US decision as a violation of international law
US regulators are gearing up for a vote on a plan which – depending on your viewpoint – would 'restore internet freedom' or, alternatively, result in 'the death of the internet' as we know it.
'You have to tend to this garden of democracy – otherwise, things can fall apart fairly quickly. And we've seen societies where that happens,' says former US president Barack Obama
(UPDATED) Jeffrey Feltman arrives in Beijing after wrapping up a 5-day visit to Pyongyang aimed at defusing the crisis, just a week after North Korea said it test-fired a new ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States
'At first it sounded like kids were just banging on the lockers. But it started getting closer and louder and it was obvious it was gunshots. We could hear gunshots from right outside our door,' says a student at Aztec High School
'There's been a very different picture of me painted over the last few weeks,' says US Senator Al Franken. 'But I know who I really am.'
'The agents, analysts and staff of the FBI are big boys and girls. We understand that we will take criticism from all corners. We're accustomed to that,' FBI Director Christopher Wray says in a testimony before the House Judiciary Committee
President Donald Trump will need to work with Democrats and his fellow Republicans in the coming weeks to thrash out a budget plan for fiscal year 2018 that earns the support of lawmakers battling over policy and spending priorities
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(UPDATED) Sporadic clashes break out between Palestinians and Israeli forces, as Israel deploys hundreds more troops to the occupied West Bank amid uncertainty over the fallout
She's working as an Uber driver, while making her dreams come true
The deployments of Israel come amid uncertainty over the fallout from US President Donald Trump's speech recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
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(UPDATED) With 6 other women now reportedly coming forward to accuse Franken of touching them inappropriately, a chorus of Democratic senators says it is time for him to go
The flames have swallowed about 80,000 acres (32,000 hectares) in just over a day since the 'Thomas' fire, currently the state's largest, broke out, leaving at least one dead