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The Trump administration is slashing its refugee cap to a record low — here’s what people go through to make it to the US
The Trump administration announced Monday it will accept just 30,000 refugees in the fiscal year 2019 — a record low. Take a look at where the world's refugees come from and what they endure to make it to safety in the United States.
19 outlandish conspiracy theories Donald Trump has floated on the campaign trail and in the White House
President Donald Trump has lots of theories about what really happened on 9/11, about Obama wiretapping his phones, and about Joe Scarborough.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping cooked up some traditional Russian pancakes at an economic forum in the far eastern port of Vladivostok, Russia on Tuesday. The pair ate their blini topped with caviar, washed down with vodka shots. See the photos for yourself.
Photos show how dramatically the World Trade Center site and Manhattan’s skyline have transformed since the 9/11 attacks
The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, took the lives of more than 3,000 Americans, transformed the US in countless ways, and fundamentally changed New York City. In honor of the 17th anniversary of 9/11, take a look at how Manhattan's Financial District and skyline have changed since then.
From Cleopatra to Hillary Clinton, women have had a long history making their mark in the political spotlight, with or without a formal position, as one half of political power couples that have left lasting impressions on the world. Take a look at some of history's most iconic political couples.
Inside St. Paul’s chapel, where George Washington prayed after taking the oath of office — that remained standing when the Twin Towers fel...
St. Paul's chapel is one of the oldest and most historically significant buildings in the city. It's the only colonial-era church still standing in Manhattan. Built in the 18th century, the Georgian Classic-Revival style church has seen a lot, from President George Washington to 9/11. See inside.
As speculation swirls over the author of the controversial New York Times op-ed article, described only as "a senior official in the Trump administration," several White House officials, including Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have denied being the author.
Though Kim Jong Un has fought to present the Hermit Kingdom to the world as a bastion of military might, the reality of daily life in North Korea is grim. Much of the country lives in poverty thousands of people are held as political prisoners, and the government controls most aspects of life.
What it looks like inside Brett Kavanaugh’s raucous confirmation hearing, filled with loud protesters and testy senators
Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing on his nomination for the Supreme Court before the Senate Judiciary Committee got off to a rocky start on Tuesday. Dozens of protesters aimed to derail the proceedings and began shouting moments into the hearing.
The Kremlin released photos of Putin’s summer vacation to Siberia, and he has his shirt on this time
The Kremlin released new photos on Monday of Russian president Vladimir Putin taking a break from his official duties to go hiking in Siberia with his top security chiefs. In the past, the 65-year-old has posed shirtless in his official vacation photos, but he's fully clothed in this year's images.