Scaramucci lobs grenades in already chaotic White House

New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci went after chief of staff Reince Priebus Thursday as a suspected "leaker" within the West Wing

Senators prepare bill to block firing of special counsel

Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee are working on legislation that could attempt to insulate Special Counsel Robert Mueller from being fired

AP sources: U.S. seeks to test Iran deal with more inspections

Senior U.S. officials say the Trump administration is pushing for inspections of suspicious Iranian military sites in a bid to "test" the strength of the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump wants to cancel

Half the time, nursing homes scrutinized by Medicare still treacherous

Nursing homes that were forced to undergo strict scrutiny often slide back into providing dangerous care, according to a Kaiser Health News analysis.


GOP senators blink on a big chance to repeal 'Obamacare'

After seven years of campaign promises, Republican senators demonstrate they don't have the stomach to approve a straight-up repeal of "Obamacare" with a president in the White House who would actually sign it

Trump's order: Bar all transgender troops from US military

President Donald Trump says he will bar transgender individuals from serving "in any capacity" in the armed forces

Spinning Ohio State Fair ride breaks apart; 1 dead, 7 hurt

A swinging and spinning amusement park ride called the Fire Ball has malfunctioned and broken apart on the opening day of the Ohio State fair, hurling people through the air, killing at least one and injuring seven

Israel removes railings, overhead bridge near holy site

Israel removed railings and an overhead metal bridge it had recently installed near a contested Jerusalem holy site, meeting a demand by Muslim protesters and causing thousands of Palestinians to celebrate in the streets

Sanctions bill hits hurdle in Senate over NKorea penalties

A package of new financial sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea has a hit a snag in the Senate where the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee is objecting to the House's decision to include the penalties targeting Pyongyang

2 Nebraska officers face assault charges in man's death

A Nebraska prosecutor says two Omaha police officers will face assault charges in the death of a mentally ill Oklahoma man who was shocked with a stun gun a dozen times and repeatedly punched, even after he was on the ground

Minneapolis police chief tightens officer body camera policy

Minneapolis' acting police chief says officers will be required to have their body cameras on when they respond to calls and make traffic stops

Wildfires threaten French Riviera, inadequate aircraft cited

More than 1,000 firefighters are battling wildfires along France's southern Cote d'Azur coast that billowed smoke into the sky and forced the evacuation of 12,000 people

Analysis: Cameras welcomed back to press briefing with a strategic monologue, child's letter

Reporters came to Wednesday's White House press briefing - the first since new communications director Anthony Scaramucci lifted a ban on TV cameras - armed with tough questions about President Donald Trump's Twitter campaign against his own...

Trump gets do-over with youth after panned Boy Scouts speech

President Donald Trump gets 2nd chance to connect with young people after widely panned political speech to Boy Scouts. But he couldn't leave without mentioning his election win nearly nine months ago.

Center called 'powerful first step' as Ferguson still mends

National Urban League president calls new job training and education center in Ferguson, Missouri, 'a powerful first step'

Rep. Wasserman Schultz fires IT staffer following fraud arrest

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has fired an information technology staffer following his arrest on a bank fraud charge at a Virginia airport where he was attempting to fly to Pakistan

Sex abuse victims seek help to track ex-priest's whereabouts

Two men who say they were raped by a Catholic priest at the center of the Boston clergy sex abuse scandal say they worry about children's safety after his scheduled release from prison

Judge: Baby Charlie Gard will end life in hospice, not home

British judge rules that Charlie Gard will be transferred to a hospice and taken off life support unless his parents and a hospital agree on a care plan that could potentially keep the critically ill baby alive for a bit longer