Iran’s President Says ‘Talks Are Useless’ in Dealing With US
President Donald Trump argued that the accord did not limit Iran's ballistic missile program.
China Warns US Tariffs Will ‘Escalate Trade Friction’
The United States has imposed 25% tariffs on $250 billion of Chinese products.
Report Shows US Deficit to Exceed $1 Trillion Next Year
The CBO's estimate is the first to reflect the hard-won budget and debt deal signed into law earlier this month.
Court: Electoral College Members Not Bound by Popular Vote
It would ensure the winner of the popular vote wins the Electoral College and becomes president.
US Says 2 Troops Killed in Combat in Afghanistan
Now, the U.S. and Taliban are in negotiations on an end to nearly 18 years of fighting in America's longest war.
President Trump Suggests He’d End Birthright Citizenship
There are no figures on how many foreign women travel to the U.S. specifically to give birth.
Wyoming Developer Requests Relocation of Wrongful Death Case
Victoriano Garcia-Perez and Juan Baez-Sanchez suffocated in a collapsed work trench in September 2018.
Appeals Court Sides With State in Opposing Coal Terminal
Supporters of the project say construction of the terminal would be accompanied by needed environmental cleanup.
Wyoming Officials Propose Tribal Voter Registration Bill
State lawmakers say the proposed bill would allow driver's license numbers and Social Security numbers to be printed on tribal ID cards.
Trump Administration Plans to End Limits on Child Detention
The move is almost certain to spark a new court fight over the government's ability to hold families until their cases are decided.