President Donald Trump on Monday addressed controversies such as Republicans breaking ranks with him over Syria and canceling a plan to hold the G7 meeting at his Miami golf course.
Craig Hoover, a rangeland specialist with the federal agency, said he was terminated after reporting illegal livestock grazing in eastern Nevada.
Benjamin Netanyahu said he was returning the “mandate” to President Reuven Rivlin, who will now ask Gantz to try to form a coalition.
The city of Las Vegas could make it a misdemeanor to camp or sleep in public if there are beds available at local homeless shelters.
The Justice Department will publish an amended regulation Monday that would mandate DNA collection for almost all migrants who cross between official entry points and are held even temporarily, according to an official.
Angry over the U.S. withdrawal from Syria, residents of a Kurdish-dominated city pelted departing American military vehicles with potatoes Monday as they drove through.
There’s no federal law compelling state and local governments to share information when an electoral system is hacked.
Hanna Olivas, 45, who has a rare blood cancer, has become an advocate for laws to allow patients with terminal illnesses to medically end their lives.
A growing chorus of criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike was led by Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., who’s helming an investigation of the president’s possible constitutional violations.
Thomas D’Alesandro III served as Baltimore City Council president and then as mayor from 1967 to 1971