Sessions unfamiliar with FBI report on black extremists
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he is unfamiliar with an FBI report about black extremists that has alarmed some lawmakers
Judge: No subpoenas for neo-Nazi website publisher's family
A federal judge has refused to give attorneys permission to question a neo-Nazi website publisher's relatives about the man's whereabouts
Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly calls Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee an 'honorable man'
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Monday celebrated Confederate General Robert E. Lee as an "honorable man" and suggested that a a lack of compromise caused the Civil War. “I would tell you that Robert E. Lee was an honorable man,” Kelly said in an interview on Fox News Monday evening. “He
Warriors get shunned by President before there could be a dialogue
OAKLAND, Calif. Stephen Curry emerged from the Golden State Warriors training room with a huge grin. He'd had all morning to decide how to respond to being called out in a tweet by President Donald Trump and disinvited to celebrate the Warriors' NBA title at the White House. And as he walked over
Germany's right-wing AfD Party poised for major gains on election day
A little over a year ago, few people gave Germany's controversial, right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) Party any chance of making a dent in German national elections. In recent months, the party suffered through several embarrassing internal spats and saw its polling numbers sink amid
Terror in the UK: A timeline of recent attacks
An explosion on a London Underground train at rush hour Friday morning that injured at least 22 people is being treated as a terror attack, authorities said. The British people have endured multiple politically motivated attacks, attacks by right-wing extremists and attacks by Islamic extremists
Trump doubles down on blaming 'both sides' for Charlottesville violence
"The View" co-hosts discuss the president's recent comment that there was "pretty bad dudes on the other side also."
Trump adviser defends Arpaio pardon as 'pretty straightforward'
White House Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert defended President Donald Trump 's controversial pardon of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio as "pretty straightforward." "I think it's pretty straightforward what the president did. I think there's some disproportionate coverage of it right now," Bossert
Trump's top economic adviser says he considered resigning over Charlottesville
Gary Cohn, the president's top economic adviser, was so upset by Trump's response to violent clashes involving white nationalists in Charlottesville that he drafted a letter of resignation, a source with direct knowledge of the matter confirmed to ABC News. Cohn, who is Jewish, did not resign,