Right up to the final days and into the eve of the 100 day milestone, which he has both hailed and scorned, President Donald Trump governed and sought to implement his agenda with a showman’s talent and an uncanny ability to defy expectations.
The Grand Canyon National Park says that a body that was found on Friday is likely of a 14-year-old hiker who went missing nearly two weeks ago while in the bottom of the canyon during a family trip.
Police in Florida arrested suspected drunk driver John Camfield, 48, a former law enforcement officer, after hitting five students with his car. “Seven hours after the crash, (his blood alcohol level) read a .14,” nearly twice Florida legal limit.
Former President George H.W. Bush has been released from a Houston hospital where he received treatment for a mild case of pneumonia and chronic bronchitis during a two-week stay.
A 5.7 magnitude earthquake rattled buildings in the Chilean capital Santiago on Friday, the most powerful in a string of tremors that struck central Chile during the afternoon.
A woman in her 60s who was injured in the April 7 truck attack in Stockholm has died, Swedish authorities said Friday, raising the death toll to five.
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Pope Francis came to Egypt on Friday for a historic visit to the Arab and Muslim-majority nation aimed at presenting a united Christian-Muslim front to repudiate violence committed in God’s name.
Immigrant groups and their allies have joined forces to carry out marches, rallies and protests in cities nationwide next week to mark May Day, saying there’s renewed momentum to fight back against President Donald Trump’s administration policies
With a headline of “Yep, I’m Gay” on the cover of Time and the same declaration on her sitcom, Ellen DeGeneres made history 20 years ago as the first prime-time lead on network TV to come out, capturing the hearts of supporters gay and straight amid a swirl of hate mail, death threats and, ultimately, dark times on and off the screen.