Republicans who now control the House and Senate are poised to aggressively dismantle eight years of Obama’s Democratic policies.
The suspected assailant is seen filming himself with a cellphone at Istanbul’s Taksim square, but it isn’t immediately clear if it was taken before or after the New Year’s massacre at the Reina nightclub.
The course in Dubai will open next month, but concerns about security, financial agreements and other matters have yet to be answered by the incoming U.S. president, the AP finds.
The president-elect vows that North Korea’s push to develop a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S. “won’t happen,” but it may already have.
A line of severe thunderstorms spawn several possible tornadoes, and the threat continues for southern Alabama, southwest Georgia and the Florida Panhandle.
The same jury that found him guilty in the slayings of nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church will return to court Wednesday to begin contemplating his punishment.
Weight-loss experts say the key to losing weight is to make small changes in the kitchen, at the grocery store and in restaurants.
Violence claims the lives of at least 6,878 civilian Iraqis last year, the U.N. says, as Baghdad struggles to maintain security nationwide and to dislodge Islamic State group militants from areas under their control.
The legendary filmmaker will decide later this month whether to base his museum in San Francisco or Los Angeles.
Alabama and Clemson put together a classic title game last season, and now face the challenge of recreating it for the sequel.