Elizabeth Warren Took A Genetic Test And Says The Results Prove She Has Native American Ancestry
"The facts suggest that you absolutely have Native American ancestor in your pedigree."
Pastor Brunson Met With Trump At The White House After Spending Two Years Detained In Turkey
“He is a great Christian who has been through such a tough experience,” Trump tweeted Saturday.
Omarosa Has Released A Recording Of A Phone Call With Trump After She Was Fired
The president said that he learned Omarosa Manigault Newman was leaving her White House job from watching the news, in a recording that she said was made after she was fired.
The Woman Stalked By The Capital Gazette Shooter Speaks Out About The Torment He Put Her Through
The woman told NBC News that Jarrod Ramos "tormented and traumatized and terrorized" her.
The Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Antwon Rose Has Been Charged With Criminal Homicide
East Pittsburgh police Officer Michael Rosfeld was charged in the fatal shooting of the unarmed 17-year-old.
Several Inmates Were Killed In A Prison Brawl In South Carolina
The fights broke out at the Lee Correctional Institution Sunday evening in three different housing units, leaving seven dead.
The Trump Administration Says It's "Exploring All Options" To Address The Caravan Of Asylum-Seekers Headed To The US Through Mexico
Kirstjen Nielsen, the Trump-appointed secretary of Homeland Security, tweeted that she is "exploring all options to protect the Homeland."
A New York Firefighter Died Battling A Fire On An Edward Norton Movie Set
Michael Davidson, 37, served in the New York City Fire Department for 15 years. He is survived by his wife and four children.
President Trump Says He'd Win In A Fight Against Joe Biden
The former vice president had said he would have "beat the hell" out of Trump if they were in high school, while speaking at an anti–sexual assault rally at the University of Miami.
Doug Jones Has Been Certified The Winner Of The Alabama Senate Race
The certification comes after a judge rejected Republican Roy Moore's lawsuit Wednesday — a last-minute attempt to block Alabama from certifying Jones as the winner of the Dec. 12 Senate election.
Matt Lauer Says He's "Embarrassed And Ashamed" In His First Statement Since Being Fired From NBC News
The longtime Today host was fired Wednesday after an employee came forward with a sexual misconduct complaint.
Trump Calls London Attacker "A Loser" And Tells Scotland Yard To Be More Proactive
The president also seized upon the terrorist incident to call for support of a "larger, tougher" travel ban.
The Person Who Killed An NYPD Officer In An Ambush Previously Posted Anti-Police Messages On Facebook
Officer Miosotis Familia, 48, was sitting with her partner in a marked police vehicle when the suspect, Alexander Bonds, fired through the window, police say, striking the officer in the head.
"Morning Joe" Hosts Say The President Is "Not Mentally Equipped" To Watch Their Show
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski published an op-ed in the Washington Post Friday responding to the president's tweets about them on Thursday.
Chinese Activists Detained For Investigating Factories That Make Ivanka Trump Products Will Be Released
Hua Haifeng, Li Zhao, and Su Heng were granted bail in order to be released pending trial.
Congressman Critical After Five Shot At Republican Baseball Practice In Virginia
A gunman opened fire as members of Congress were practicing at baseball fields in Alexandria, Virginia, early on Wednesday morning. Five people were injured and the gunman was killed.
Trump Has Nominated Christopher Wray To Replace Comey As FBI Director
Wray served as the assistant attorney general in charge of the Justice Department's Criminal Division from 2003 to 2005 under President George W. Bush
Trump Confirms Once And For All That His Executive Order Is In Fact A Travel Ban
President Trump tweeted that people "can call it whatever they want" but he's calling it a "TRAVEL BAN."