Mugabe still Zimbabwe president despite pressure to resign
Mugabe, 93, acknowledged Sunday what he said were "a whole range of concerns" of Zimbabweans about the chaotic state of the government and the economy
Puerto Rican march in D.C. protests hurricane relief effort
Washington D.C.’s National Mall became a protester's stage for Puerto Rico.
Mulvaney says admin. wants tax bill to pass with or without Obamacare mandate repeal
"What we're interested in is the best tax bill that can pass," Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said on "Face the Nation"
Rep. Speier calls congressional Office of Compliance an "enabler" of sex harassment
"We have a system in place that allows for the harasser to go unchecked," Speier said on "Face the Nation"
Mugabe still Zimbabwe president despite pressure to quit now
Mugabe acknowledges concerns but doesn't resign; impeachment proceedings likely.
Argentina now unsure if signals came from lost submarine
Argentina's Navy could not confirm the source of seven brief satellite calls.
US Marine allegedly in crash that kills Japanese driver in Okinawa
A truck driven by a U.S. Marine allegedly collided with a Japanese man’s truck.
Police investigating 22 alleged sex crimes tied to Hollywood, source says
A high-level police source says there are almost two dozen current cases.
WATCH: Teen with prosthetic leg defies odds on football field
Zach Patterson had to have his foot amputated when he was an infant.
Longtime country singer, songwriter Mel Tillis dies
Mel Tillis, the affable longtime country star who wrote hits for Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs and many others and overcame a stutter to sing on...
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe fired as ruling party chief
Mugabe is expected to appear on state-run television amid pressure to resign
Trump sexual misconduct allegations 'remain very disturbing': Republican senator
Sen. Susan Collins also said she hopes Alabama doesn't elect Roy Moore.