Director Of US Citizenship And Immigration…

The Trump administration was reportedly frustrated with the speed at which USCIS was working and how it exercised its authority.

North Korea calls Bolton 'war monger' over…

North Korea has called U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton a "war monger" and "human defect" after he described its recent tests of short-range missile as a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions

Nike's Future Contracts Will Protect Athletes…

Nike said it "support[s] women as they decide how to be both great mothers and great athletes."

IS claims responsibility for Bangladesh explosion

A global monitoring group says the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for an explosion targeting a police van in Bangladesh's capital

Border Wall Construction Funding Temporarily…

A federal judge temporarily blocked $1 billion from the Trump administration's plan to build a wall along the southern border.

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Trump breaks with Abe, says not bothered by NK…

President Donald Trump says he's not "personally bothered" by recent short-range missile tests that North Korea conducted this month, breaking with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who has been hosting the president on four-day state visit

Supreme Court Blocks Orders In Ohio, Michigan…

Lower courts had ordered Ohio and Michigan to redraw their district maps because they unfairly favored Republicans.

Prison guards injured in prison riot in Ukraine

Police says four prison guards have been injured in clashes with inmates who have barricaded themselves in a prison in Ukraine's port city of Odessa

Disaster Relief Bill Held Up In House After…

​The House was trying to pass the bill quickly using unanimous consent, meaning a single objection could stop it.

Green wave: Europe wakes up to climate concerns…

Green parties in Germany, France, Britain and elsewhere in the European Union are celebrating big gains in elections for the bloc's 751-seat parliament amid growing voter concerns over climate change

Groups Ramp Up Messaging Efforts On Judicial…

Groups on both sides of the political aisle are ramping up targeted messaging efforts about the significance of federal judicial nominees.

US lawmaker: east Med cooperation to counter Russia

A senior U.S. lawmaker says the U.S. wants to work with Cyprus and ally Israel to buttress peace in the eastern Mediterranean and to head off Russian influence over the region's energy reserves

Survey Shows Most Americans' Views On Abortion…

Newsy commissioned a survey to get a more complete picture of people's views on abortion.

Polish police: masked teenager injures 2 in primary school

Polish police say that a girl and a woman have been hurt when a masked man entered a primary school in central Poland and threw firecrackers

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House Committee Approves Amendment To Repeal…

The Authorization for the Use of Military Force allows the president to use military force without approval from Congress.

Poland's ruling right-wing party tops the polls

Poland's ruling Law and Justice party has emerged as the big winner in the country's European parliament elections, taking over 45% of the votes following an aggressive campaign against a united opposition in a year of key elections

ACLU, Planned Parenthood File Lawsuit To Block…

The organizations announced the suit in a joint press release, calling the law "blatantly unconstitutional."

Officials: Taliban attacks kill 10 Afghan troops, 4 police

Taliban roadside bombing kills 10 Afghan soldiers, insurgent attacks on security checkpoints in kill 4 policemen

Missouri's Governor Signs 8-Week Abortion Ban…

Gov. Mike Parson had already told reporters he supported the Missouri Stands with the Unborn Act.

In vastly white Iowa, black Dems poised to play a…

Iowa voters are overwhelmingly white, but the state's tiny number of black voters could play an outsize role in choosing the winner of the first contest among Democrats seeking to challenge President Donald Trump

Judge Questions Whether House Can Sue To Stop…

The House requested a preliminary injunction against the president's plan to use Defense Department funds to build a border wall.

Kuwait road accident kills 8 in area near country's capital

Officials in Kuwait say 8 people killed in car accident in area just outside country's capital

Trump Orders Intel Agencies To Help With Barr…

The president directed the heads of each agency to "promptly provide" information that's requested by Attorney General William Barr.

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D-Day's 75th anniversary renews interest in some…

Its 75th anniversary brings some extra classroom attention to D-Day, which has waned as a topic that's emphasized in schools across the world

UK Brexit party scores big as Conservatives…

Britain's governing Conservative Party is facing near-wipeout in an election to the European Parliament, as voters sick of the country's Brexit deadlock flock to uncompromisingly pro-Brexit or pro-EU parties

Trump meets with families of Japanese abducted by N. Korea

Families of Japanese who were abducted by North Korea in the 1970s and 1980s have thanked President Donald Trump for his sympathy and for meeting with them while visiting Japan