Bid For First World's Fair In U.S. Since 1984 Loses To ArgentinaMinnesota has lost its bid to host what would have been the first world's fair in the U.S. in 40 years, beat out by the campaign from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
President Trump Says Russia Likely Hacked But Nobody 'Knows For Sure'President Donald Trump questioned the veracity of American intelligence about foreign meddling in the U.S. election, arguing Thursday that Russia wasn't the only country that may have interfered.
'We Waited For Decades': Polish Govt Welcomes US TroopsPolish leaders welcomed U.S. troops to their country Saturday, with the defense minister expressing gratitude for their arrival and calling it the fulfillment of a dream Poles have had for decades.
Sen. Cruz Weighs In On Berlin Christmas Market AttackSen. Ted Cruz wants the U.S. to redouble its resolve to partner with allies and prevent an outbreak of radical Islamic terrorism.
Polish Court Upholds Refusal To Extradite PolanskiPoland's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a refusal to have filmmaker Roman Polanski extradited to the U.S. if he enters Poland. The ruling, which runs contrary to the justice minister's request, closes the case.
Obama Says U.S. "Not As Divided" As Some SuggestPresident Obama on Saturday rejected the notion that this week's stunning violence is a signal that the U.S. has returned to some of the darkest days of its past. "America is not as divided as some have suggested," he said.
Obama Says America Is "Horrified" Over Dallas AttackPresident Obama said Friday that America is "horrified" by what appears to be a planned sniper shooting targeting police officers in Dallas, and said that there is no justification for the violence.
Holocaust Survivor Shares His Story With SMU StudentsSeventy years since his escape from a Nazi death camp, Holocaust survivor Philip Bialowtiz, 83, shared his story with Southern Methodist University students Thursday night.