The Trump administration honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a wreath laying ceremony at the civil rights leader’s memorial in Washington.
North Korea suggests it may not be sending athletes to compete in the Winter Olympics after all. Last week, there was a sign of optimism amid the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Community leaders are agitated with former President Obama’s plans to build its center over a national historic park accompanied with high costs and few economic benefits.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron is ordering a law to foil efforts to disseminate false information during electoral campaigns. In a New Year speech to journalists, Macron said he is ordering a new “legal arsenal” whereby news outlets must reveal their owners and where their money comes from.
A top NATO official said he supports the idea of a world without nuclear weapons, but says a ban by the UN won’t help accomplish that goal. The words by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg came during a security conference in Sweden on Sunday as he discussed ridding the world of nuclear weapons.
President Trump is not one to call it quits, but after last week’s failed bipartisan meeting to reform the DACA program the president seems to be throwing in the towel.
Russia says a U.S. plan to form a zone controlled by Kurdish fighters in Syria could lead to a partition of the country.
Chinese authorities demolish one of the country’s largest Christian churches in an effort to regulate religion in the country.
The Trump administration is taking a new approach to self-driving cars. During a speech at the North American International Auto Show Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said both the auto and tech industries need to do more to calm the public’s fears when it comes to self-driving vehicles.