Donald Trump has come under increasing scrutiny for his treatment of military affairs and failure to visit service members deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq.
- by Josh Dawsey & Pual Sonne
An argument outside a Chicago hospital turned deadly on Monday when a man pulled out a gun and killed an emergency room doctor.
- by Amanda Seitz & Don Babwin
The crimes had baffled authorities across the US for decades, until a 78-year-old prisoner in a Texas jail began talking.
- by Kyle Swenson
A US judge temporarily blocked an order by President Donald Trump that barred asylum for immigrants who enter the country illegally from Mexico.
- by Dan Levine
'Worst offender in the White House': Ivanka Trump used personal email account for government business
White House ethics officials learnt of Trump's repeated use of personal email when reviewing emails to respond to a public records lawsuit.
- by Carol D. Leonnig and Josh Dawsey
The White House has also announced new rules for journalists at press conferences, including one question only.
- by Susan Heavey
Rain is expected in fire-affected parts of California this week, as authorities confirm 80 people have died and almost 1000 are still listed as missing.
- by Michael Idato
NASA is considering selling seats on the spacecraft that will ferry its astronauts to the International Space Station.
- by Christian Davenport
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg once set out a bit of digital-world wisdom that became his company's informal motto: "Move fast and break things."
- by Margaret Sullivan
Three senators have argued that Acting Attorney-General Matthew Whitaker's appointment is unconstitutional and a federal judge should remove him.
- by Eric Tucker
Forensic teams are sifting through ash and dirt looking for the remains of 993 people still listed as missing.
- by Terray Sylvester