NY Governor visits Jerusalem amid anti-semitic acts in the U.S.
While visiting Israel's Holocaust museum in Jerusalem, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo condemned the anti-Semitism acts in the United States.
Trump administration considering separating women, children at Mexico border
Women and children crossing together illegally into the United States could be separated by U.S. authorities under a proposal being considered by the Department of Homeland Security, according to three government officials.
Trump vows to introduce overhauled travel ban
US President Donald Trump said he will issue a new executive order to replace his controversial directive suspending travel to the United States by citizens of seven mainly-Muslim countries.
Sanctioned for drugs, Venezuelan vice president slams U.S. 'aggression'
Venezuela's powerful vice president on Tuesday called his blacklisting by the United States on drug charges an "imperialist aggression" in the first flare-up between the two countries under new U.S. President Trump.
Harvard professor Nye on Trump, China trade, and Russia
Harvard Kennedy School Professor Joseph Nye discusses the executive and judicial branches of U.S. government under President Donald Trump, the prospect of a trade war with China, and Trump's comments on the behaviour of the United States.
Tens of thousands protest in British cities against Trump's travel ban
Tens of thousands of people protested in London and other British cities against President Donald Trump's ban on entry to the United States by refugees and people from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
USA's Naasz and Canada's Legere win ice races through Marseille
Cameron Naasz of the United States wins the Crashed Ice series opener in Mediterranean port of Marseille with Jacqueline Legere of Canada winning the women's race
Obama lists 'extraordinary progress' of his presidency
U.S. President Barack Obama wishes Americans a Happy New Year, talks about his legacy and says keeping the country moving forward "is a task that falls to all of us."