Are you handy enough that if a lightbulb went out in your home you'd be able to change it? Believe it or not, one in five people aren't so skilled. In fact, a new survey of people in the United Kingdom finds not only do about 20 percent of people not know how to change a bulb - the same number aren't sure how to boil an egg, either.
An American Airlines flight attendant has been removed from duty after a shocking video emerged showing him challenging a passenger to a fight after allegedly hitting a woman in the head with a metal stroller during boarding.
Pope Francis on Saturday described some of Europe's refugee centres as "concentration camps" as he paid tribute to an unknown Christian woman slain for her faith in front of her Muslim husband.
Donald Trump pressed for the funding of a Mexico border wall Sunday as a looming spending showdown in Congress threatens to shut down the US government on the president's 100th day in office.
A new Washington Post poll that declares President Trump as "the least popular president in modern times," waits until the second to last paragraph to reveal another tidbit: He'd still beat Hillary Rodham Clinton if the election were held today and in the popular vote, not just Electoral College.
During a moment alone with Hillary Clinton before an October campaign event in New Hampshire, Elizabeth Warren recalls, the presidential nominee seemed confident: She "smiled and said the numbers looked good."
A gunman opens fire in Paris, killing one police officer and wounding two. Islamic State quickly claims responsibility, naming the gunman as "a soldier of the caliphate."
Last fall, just weeks before Election Day, I traveled the old Lincoln Highway, from the Appalachian Mountains to the Rockies, to learn the attitudes of voters who lived miles from the off-ramps of the main interstates and coastal America.
Julius Krein sits in a cafe on the ground floor of his office building in downtown Boston, wearing a green corduroy blazer and a neat part in his hair.
Workers in New Orleans removed the first of four prominent Confederate monuments Monday morning, becoming the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a representation of racism and white supremacy.
This weekend, we remember the outrageous mass murders that took place decades ago under Adolf Hitler's reign in Germany.
Starting today, because our wonderful Congressmen couldn't get along and pass a budget bill, the federal government of the United States of America is shutting down.
And I am getting like 40 emails per hour telling me why so-and-so is to blame for destroying America.
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Byron York: Trump's 100 days: An executive success
Of course Donald Trump over-promised for his first 100 days. What presidential candidate hasn't?
During last year's campaign, Trump spoke frequently of all the things he would do almost immediately upon entering the Oval Office. He'd repeal Obamacare, reform the tax code, destroy ISIS, build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, fix the nation's roads and bridges, take care of veterans, deport criminal illegal immigrants, and much, much more.
U.S. officials confirmed Friday that a U.S. raid in early April in Mayadan, Syria, killed an ISIS operative who helped plan a deadly Turkish night club attack on New Year's Eve. Abdurakhmon Uzbeki "facilitated the high profile attack on a night club in Istanbul on New Year's Eve, which resulted in the death of 39 innocent civilians," Central Command spokesman Col. John Thomas told reporters Friday.
An Egyptian American charity worker who was imprisoned in Cairo for three years and became the global face of Egypt's brutal crackdown on civil society returned home to the United States late Thursday after the Trump administration quietly negotiated her release.