Mayor Bill de Blasio sent a letter to President Obama and Congress requesting the reimbursement.
The United Nations is asking for more than ever before in next year's annual appeal for humanitarian funding. But it hasn't yet met its goal for 2016.
After Donald Trump's Taiwan call, his economic adviser told a radio station, "We ought to back our ally, and if China doesn't like it, screw 'em."
Al Gore and Donald Trump had a brief meeting Monday, presumably about Trump's position on climate change.
The man told police he wanted to "self-investigate" the so-called "Pizzagate" situation.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced it will not allow the easement necessary for the Dakota Access Pipeline to be built near reservation lands.
Nearly a month after Election Day, McCrory has finally conceded to North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper.
A judge ordered the recount to start on Monday at noon.
Including why Jill Stein is the one pushing for it.
Matteo Renzi staked his office on a nationwide referendum, aiming to speed up Italy's legislative process by weakening the Senate's power.
Ben Carson said he didn't want a position in Trump's administration. Then he accepted a job as secretary of housing and urban development.
The loss could signal that anti-establishment movements in Europe aren't doing as well as some thought.