For only the third time in history, an American president is facing an impeachment trial, with hearings set to start on Tuesday at 13:00 (18:00 GMT).
President Donald Trump's legal team, representing him at his impeachment trial, has demanded that he is immediately acquitted by the Senate.
US President Donald Trump's legal team has given its first formal response to the impeachment charges against him, describing the case as a "dangerous attack" on democracy.
The 100 lawmakers of the US Senate were sworn in on Thursday as jurors for the impending impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has warned Republicans not to become "the president's henchmen" as the Trump impeachment trial began.
As far as impressing your potential new boss goes, discovering a planet on day three of your internship at NASA is up there.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is encouraging rapper Cardi B to run for political office, the latest exchange of compliments and support between the unlikely duo.
Officials speaking to AP news agency say draft list includes seven countries, the majority of which are Muslim-majority.
US President Donald Trump seems to think that he was overlooked for last year's Nobel Peace Prize.
The US House of Representatives has approved a largely symbolic resolution seeking to limit President Donald Trump's ability to make war on Iran.
The US Congress' most powerful Democrat is losing support among Senate allies as she holds up President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
A plant-based pork substitute has been launched in Las Vegas by one of the leading "alternative meat" producers.
Iran is considered one of Washington’s primary adversaries in cyberspace, and has shown a willingness to go after government and civilian targets.
A skeleton found in California last October has been identified as a Japanese-American artist who was held in a World War Two internment camp.
The son of a volunteer who died fighting Australian bushfires has been presented with his father's medal for bravery at his funeral.
A US judge has awarded $12.8m (£9.8m) to 22 unnamed women, ruling that they were tricked into appearing in widely distributed online porn videos.
A 12-year-old Texas boy saved the lives of his great-grandparents by wresting a knife away during a stabbing attack while driving Sunday.
A multi-vehicle pileup in Texas on Friday was partially captured in a dramatic video of an 18-wheel tractor-trailer slamming into the accident scene.
President Donald Trump has officially funded a Pentagon force focused on warfare in space - the US Space Force.
US President Donald Trump has demanded an immediate impeachment trial in the Senate, amid an impasse among Democrats and Republicans over when it may start.
Donald Trump is set to become the third US president in history to be impeached later by the House of Representatives.
A police officer and at least five other people have died in a series of gun battles in Jersey City, in the US state of New Jersey.
A police officer, three civilians and two suspects were killed Tuesday afternoon during a standoff and shootout in Jersey City, authorities said.
Elon Musk did not defame a British caver who helped in last year's rescue of trapped Thai schoolboys by calling him a "pedo guy", a US jury has found.
The FBI says it is treating Friday's deadly attack on a Florida navy base as a presumed terrorist attack.
Several Saudi students at a US Navy base in Pensacola, Florida, have been held for questioning after Friday's shooting there, officials say.
A boy in Michigan showed up at the courthouse in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Thursday for an adoption hearing with his foster parents, and he had a crowd of unusual supporters.
Uber said it received almost 6,000 reports of sexual assault in the United States in 2017 and 2018.
Evidence for impeaching US President Donald Trump for misconduct in office is "overwhelming", according to the panel leading the impeachment inquiry.
The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to counter what it calls the "arbitrary detention, torture, and harassment" of Uighur Muslims in China.
Trump's re-election campaign says it will no longer issue press credentials to reporters working for Bloomberg News.
The White House has said US President Donald Trump and his lawyers will not attend an impeachment hearing in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
Gordon Sondland, the US ambassador to the EU, has been accused by three women of sexual misconduct.
A New Jersey hospital accidentally gave a kidney to the wrong patient, officials have said.
Congress has invited US President Donald Trump to its first impeachment hearing on 4 December.
A federal judge has ruled that White House staff can be made to testify before Congress, rejecting the Trump administration's claims of immunity.
Barack Obama cautioned on Friday that candidates running in the 2020 race pay attention "to where voters actually are," and suggested that many Americans could be turned off by policy proposals that are too bold.
US Defence Secretary Mark Esper has fired Navy chief Richard Spencer over his handling of the case of a Navy Seal demoted for misconduct.
US President Donald Trump has said he is in "very good" health after completing "phase one" of his annual physical examination.
The curtain came up on day two of the House of Representatives' public impeachment hearings and, once again, the proceedings started off with a bang.
Hillary Clinton has said she is "under enormous pressure" to challenge US President Donald Trump in next year's White House election.
It is "inexplicable and shameful" that the UK government has not yet published a report on alleged Russian interference in British politics, Hillary Clinton has told the BBC.
Nikki Haley, former US ambassador to the UN, has said two top White House aides encouraged her to undermine President Donald Trump.
Hiding like counts is just the latest step in Instagram’s quest to become the safest place on the internet.
Billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg is strongly considering entering the race for the US Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
Donald Trump has been ordered by a New York State judge to pay $2 million to a group of nonprofit organizations as part of a settlement in a civil lawsuit.
Congressional Democrats have announced the first public hearings next week in an inquiry that may seek to remove President Donald Trump from office.
He kept calling the city council, on and off for around 24 years. After emailing them to the status of his complaint, he learned that his curb would be fixed before June 26, 2037.
A recalled US ambassador at the centre of the Trump impeachment inquiry said she felt threatened by a cryptic remark the president made about her on a call.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to cut federal funding for the wildfires sweeping California, in a Twitter spat with the state's governor.