Trump Dishes On Top Aides, Gen. Mattis, Missing Washington Post Journalist During Interview With 60 MinutesIn a one-on-one sit-down interview on "60 Minutes," President Donald Trump said he's entitled to change things around in terms of White House staffing.
New U.S. Embassy Set To Open In JerusalemThe new United States embassy in Israel is set to open in Jerusalem on Monday amid heightened tensions in the region.
Giuliani Doesn't Rule Out President Trump Pleading The Fifth If Subpoenaed By MuellerPresident Donald Trump's new lawyer says Trump doesn't have to comply with a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller.
Survey: Americans Spending Billions On Drunk Online PurchasesThe new phenomenon of drinking and clicking is leading to some interesting packages arriving at people’s doors.
Some Charities Worry New Tax Plan Will Deter People From DonatingMany people are still trying to wrap their heads around the new tax overhaul plan.
Texas Church Shooter Previously Escaped From Mental Health Facility, Police Report SaysSurvivors of the massacre say the gunman methodically shot people as they lay down in pews.
The Kids Have Spoken: These Are The Best Toys Of 2017Drum roll, please… the Good Housekeeping Best Toy Awards are out for 2017.
Doctors Recommend Children Receive Flu Shots By End Of OctoberDoctors say it takes two weeks for the shot to protect against the virus, so it’s important to get vaccinated now before the season gets underway.
President Trump Heads To New York Ahead Of Visit To United NationsThe president will stay at his residence in Trump Tower Sunday evening before gathering with world leaders on Monday.
Irma Weakens To Tropical Depression As Florida Cleans Up, Takes Stock Of DamageThe U.S. National Hurricane Center says it's expected to weaken to a tropical depression by Tuesday afternoon.
Hurricane Irma Pounds Florida With Winds Over 100 MPH; Leaves Flooding, Power Outages, Severe DamageHurricane Irma made landfall at Marco Island in southwest Florida with wind gusts of 160 mph Sunday afternoon.
Hurricane Irma Barrels Toward Florida, Taking Aim At St. PetersburgBy late Saturday night, people on the mainland were already feeling the effects, as the winds and rain picked up and some areas started to see flooding.