Casket of John McCain arrives at National Catherdral
Funeral services for Senator John McCain begins as his remains arrive at the National Catherdal in Washington, D.C.
Lavrov meets Kim in Pyongyang
Lavrov invited North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to Russia as Moscow seeks to reassert its influence in the region. The visit comes as Pyongyang engages in hectic diplomacy with Washington, Seoul and Beijing.
Trump meets Merkel for tough talks in Washington
German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with President Trump on a one-day visit to Washington, with the two leaders far apart on issues like the Iran nuclear deal, NATO spending and trade.
Trump says trade deal with South Korea is very close to being finished
President Donald Trump says the U.S. is nearing a trade breakthrough with South Korea during a news conference in Washington about his decision to sign a spending bill funding the federal government for the next six months.
Gun Control in the United States: Will the Florida shooting be the turning point?
The latest Florida shooting resulted in 17 deaths and shook the corridors of power in Washington. Donald Trump is now talking about reviewing who is allowed to buy certain types of guns. Will this be a turning point in the United States? Also, the balance of power is shifting in Syria as Assad backs the Kurds against Turkish forces in Afrin.
D.C. Dance protest to support LGBT rights
Dozens of people stage a dance protest for LGBT rights outside Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Pence helps clean Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence helped volunteers clean the Vietnam War memorial in Washington on Saturday (November 11) to commemorate Veterans Day.
What Uber's Appeal Loss Means for the Gig Economy
Gabe Klein, former head of transportation in Washington, D.C. and Chicago, discusses Uber losing an appeal over whether it should pay overtime and give vacation time to its London drivers.
Hundreds protest as DeVos calls for change in public education
While protesters demonstrated outside, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos said she wants to change the education system and make it better for students during a speech at a conservative think tank in Bellevue, Washington, on Friday.