A Pentagon staffer expressed reservations about the administration "seriously considering" sending 100,000-pound killing machines through the heart of the nation's capital.
Starting Thursday, publications previously on Trump's blacklist will be granted press credentials to the candidate's campaign events.
Bahraini police have arrested four US citizens, including one the Gulf Kingdom accuses of taking part in protests on Sunday, a senior police official said, although local media described them as journalists covering a protest.
Will AOL's news sites get to maintain their editorial independence?
We contacted the SEA via email and received several answers from Th3Pr0, leader of the Special Operations Department in the Syrian Electronic Army about Tuesday's hacks on the websites of the New York Times, Twitter, and the Huffington Post UK.
What happens when there's a horrific shooting in America? Michael Moore uses it as an opportunity to hype his movies and tell us he has all the answers.