The Iranian government has imposed an almost-total internet blackout across the country as deadly protests erupted in various cities.
Several Democratic presidential candidates have signed a letter calling for an independent investigation into NBC parent company Comcast.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) slammed former FBI agent Peter Strzok on Monday, in response to a lawsuit brought by Strzok against both the DOJ and FBI.
This make it easier for Assange to be extradited to the U.S., where he is wanted on charges relating to a document dump published by Wikileaks in 2010.
Kevin McCarthy Threatens to Call ABC Execs before Congress If They Refuse to Answer Questions on Epstein Reporting
McCarthy sent a letter on Sunday to ABC News President James Goldston questioning why the network didn't air reporting on Epstein several years ago.
Afghan president Ashraf Ghani said the exchange could "facilitate direct peace negotiations" between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
Mike Pompeo announced on Monday that the U.S. would no longer consider Israeli settlements in the West Bank to be in violation of international law.
Hong Kong Police Trap Student Protesters at University, Demand they ‘Drop Their Weapons’ and Surrender
Student protesters at Hong Kong Polytechnic University were besieged Monday morning by police forces that blocked all routes leading from the campus.
Head of Iraqi military intelligence Lt. Gen. Saad al-Allaq said in an interview that ISIS is regrouping and planning new attacks as well as prison breaks.
The report by USCIS shows that 79,398 approved DACA recipients, or about ten percent of total DACA recipients, had been arrested since arriving in the U.S.