His role has been a source of speculation since Khashoggi was murdered
He accused his critics of "un-American conduct," lashed out at the press and claimed that Democrats "want to destroy our country"
In her latest novel Hilderbrand sets a well-to-do Massachusetts family against the backdrop of the tumultuous summer of 1969
Acting Secretary Patrick Shanahan abruptly withdrew his nomination Tuesday after domestic violence incidents from several years ago surfaced
Almost 300 dead and dying dolphins have washed up on the shores of four Gulf Coast states -- three times the usual number
Our series aims to show what unites us as Americans is far stronger than what divides us
We aim to show what unites us as Americans is far stronger than what divides us
Major Garrett attended President Trump's rally in Orlando, Florida, Tuesday where he officially launched his 2020 campaign
The measure still requires final approval -- but if it succeeds, San Francisco would be the first city to block the sale of e-cigs
Iran's president says his country will not "surrender" or negotiate with the U.S. "under pressure"
For the first time, lawmakers will hear from one of President Trump's most trusted former aides following the release of the Mueller report
Community members lined up at a local church Tuesday night to respond to a video showing police officers confronting a couple and their two small children
"The fact that they're actually making a profit, and being able to get their bonuses...is just...it's ludicrous," one resident said
Joseph Allen's family says the 55-year-old traveled to the Dominican Republic frequently and was in good health
Stonehenge, thought to be up to 5,000 years old, is one of the most distinctive and mysterious monuments in the world
More American troops are on their way to the Middle East Tuesday, with tensions between the U.S. and Iran growing
An altered video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that falsely showed her slurring her words has been viewed more than 3 million times
Syrian regime forces have begun a new bombing campaign, and there are fears that a full-scale offensive could be next
Some U.S. organizers told CBS News that French authorities allegedly made comments like, "It's not the real World Cup … it's just the women"