Las Vegas welcomes 2012 with its annual party on the Strip and downtown.
President Donald Trump does not appreciate Denmark’s rejection of his idea to buy Greenland.
Chairman Jerome Powell may signal Friday what the Federal Reserve will do — or can do — to strengthen the economy and restore confidence at a time of uncertainties and global weaknesses.
The Congressional Budget Office is upping its projections for this year’s federal deficit by $63 billion and increasing its forecast for deficits over the next decade by $809 billion.
In response to the threats against Desert Oasis High School, both Las Vegas and school police added extra patrols Wednesday on and around the campus.
The Trump administration is moving to end a federal court agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention, a decision that will almost certainly lead to a new court fight.
Four college students were wounded when a gunman opened fire into a crowd of 200 people outside a library near Clark Atlanta University and then escaped in the chaos, authorities said.
But neither mentioned anything about opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who the United States and more than 50 other nations recognize as Venezuela’s rightful president.
President Donald Trump says the U.S. already has “very, very strong background checks” for gun purchases.
Greece said on Wednesday it won’t endanger relations with the U.S. by aiding an Iranian supertanker sought by the U.S. but released by Gibraltar that’s in the Mediterranean Sea, believed heading for a Greek port.
Beijing appealed to Washington on Wednesday to “meet China halfway” and end the trade war, a day after President Trump said winning the trade war was his top economic priority.