The former New York City mayor reportedly took his name out of the running for cabinet roles back on November 29.
A recent study predicts a spike in grocery bills next year. Is this something we're supposed to get used to?
The resolution calls for an immediate and complete end to hostilities in Syria and unhindered access to humanitarian aid.
With the Republican Party in charge of both houses of Congress and the White House, Washington, DC, is about to shrug off the gridlock that has plagued it for years.
Could this be the biggest lie of 2016?
The interview will be Obama's first conversation with Trevor Noah since the comedian took over for Jon Stewart.
"Presidents have a right to do things in their spare time or their leisure time, I mean nobody objects to that," Kellyanne Conway—an outspoken critic of Obama's golf game—said Friday.
For four days last week, a small army convoy carrying Castro's ashes zigzagged through the interior of Cuba in a symbolic reversal of the path the deceased leader took to overthrow the brutal regime of Fulgencio Batista in the 1950s.
We talked to the creator of You Are Listening to Los Angeles about the impetus and politics behind his open-source project.
Police say he was savagely beaten, locked in a suite for ten days, and then his body was left in a dumpster.
On Friday, the president-elect offered Goldman Sachs president Gary Cohn a job running the National Economic Council, where he'd advise Trump on US and global economic policy matters.
The lawsuit lays claim to an area that includes Parliament Hill, the Supreme Court and the Archives of Canada.
Bizarrely, both mass shootings in Europe came at the hands of apparently unwitting security or police personnel.
Mel was sexually assaulted in 2014 by a stranger, only to be told by police that they had identified her name to the attacker as part of a legal procedure. Two years on, she's fighting to get the law changed.
Her husband says the attackers tried to hit his wife with their car while she took photos of their licence plate.
The fight drew everyone's attention. My hands automatically balled into ready fists.
Hillary Clinton says fake news is a dangerous "epidemic," court docs tease Mark Zuckerberg's political ambitions, South Korean parliament votes to impeach President Park Geun-hye, and more.
This is the second story to come out this week about Swedes pooping at inappropriate places.
British Columbia is skirting federal restrictions around safe injection sites because it says it can't afford to wait for permission.
The trend is linked to unemployment.
As another weed company enters the Canadian stock market, the word 'bubble' is popping up.
We spoke to the filmmaker behind a new documentary about the abduction and sale of women as brides in China.
In picking John Kelly, Donald Trump passed over more obvious choices in favor of yet another retired general for his cabinet.
The government has described the synthetic weed Spice as "the most serious threat to the safety and security of the prison system," and it's not wrong.