Snow lovers in Washington DC celebrated the region's first major snowfall by lobbing snowballs at one another on Sunday afternoon, in what has become a recent post-snowstorm tradition in the US capital.
Talks between Democrats and the Trump administration on Saturday stayed at a stalemate over the Mexico border wall.
Trump told a reporter he could declare a national emergency build a wall between Mexico and the US without Congress' approval.
U.S. President Donald Trump has announced that his budget chief Mick Mulvaney will temporarily take on the role of White House chief of staff.
China announces 25 percent import duties on a range of U.S. imports and the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing deepens
Romanian ex-deputy prime minister Gabriel Oprea put up a fake photo with Obama on his facebook page
Fears of an all-out trade war between the two economic giants once again hit stock markets
“The payment to Ms. Clifford was lawful, and was not a campaign contribution or a campaign expenditure by anyone,” said Trump's long-time personal attorney Michael Cohen.
China has accused the US of a 'Cold War' mentality after Washington's decision to expand its nuclear capability.
"It's a big speech, an important speech," Trump said on Monday.
An Amtrak passenger train derailed and is currently dangling from a motorway in Washington state. This is how witnesses described the scene.
Steven Spielberg's new movie, "The Post" has premiered in Washington telling the story of the battle to publish the leaked Pentagon Papers detailing the U.S. government's misleading portrayal of the Vietnam War.
National Symphonic Orchestra's new musical director gets standing ovation on first night.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the US of trying to force North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to "fly off the handle" as a pretext to waging war
Protesters slam money allocated as peanuts and claim they are treated as "second class" US citizens.
"The US government closes, and Cuba opens," Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said, calling reports of 'acoustic attacks' on US diplomats in Havana "political manipulation".
A number of factors have been pushing the two countries apart in recent months.
Washington accuses Havana of failing to protect US embassy staff against 'sonic attacks'.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has held top-level talks in China in an attempt to tighten an economic squeeze on North Korea.
Ri Yong Ho told reporters in New York that Pyongyang reserves the right to take counter-measures, including shooting down US strategic bombers even if they are not in the country's air space.