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Th Littoral Combat Ship has been plagued with delays, mechanical problems and cost overruns. Should Congress buy more while the Navy plans a new ship?
The 8.1-quake hit off Mexico's southern coast, toppling houses in Chiapas state and causing buildings more than 600 miles away in Mexico City to sway violently.
Seoul's Unification Ministry spokeswoman Eugene Lee said Friday that Pyongyang could potentially conduct its next ICBM tests this weekend or around Oct. 10, another North Korean holiday marking the founding of its ruling party.
The storm was increasingly likely to rip into heavily populated South Florida early Sunday.
The large storm maintained its 185-mph winds after making its first landfall on Barbuda early Wednesday.
President Trump’s decision to dismantle the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program raises many questions about what's next. Here's what we know so far.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Irma had sustained winds of 175mph (280 kph) and was centered about 270 miles (440 kilometers) east of Antigua. It was moving west at 14 mph (22 kph).
Washington's ambassador to the United Nations called on the U.N. Security Council to impose "the strongest possible measures" on Pyongyang after its latest nuclear weapon test.
Kensington Palace announced that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a new sibling for George, 4, and Charlotte, 2.
It happened during the festival's signature ceremony, which features a towering effigy being set on fire.
North Korea claimed its most powerful nuclear test so far was a "perfect success." It's the latest step for the country as it develops weapons capable of striking anywhere in the U.S.
The likely test is the first under the Trump administration.
The Trump administration is asking Congress for nearly $8 billion in Hurricane Harvey aid as the search-and-rescue phase is slowly giving way to recovery more than a week after the storm slammed into southeastern Texas.
Trump has told immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children to "rest easy," but now supporters of the Obama-era program fear it could soon be phased out.
Tens of thousands of flood victims are going to need housing. It could be months, even years, before they'll be able to return home.
The Trump administration said the move constituted its response to the Kremlin's "unwarranted and detrimental" decision to force the U.S. to cut its diplomatic staff in Russia.