Boehner Says Apart From Foreign Policy, Trump Has Been 'A Complete Disaster'
The former speaker of the House told an energy conference in Texas that Trump is still learning how to be president.
Monsoon-Triggered Mudslides, Floods In Sri Lanka Kill More Than 90 People
Evacuations are underway, with helicopters and boats trying to reach stranded communities. More than 100 more people are missing, the country's disaster management center says.
Denis Johnson, Author Of 'Jesus' Son' And 'Tree Of Smoke,' Dies At 67
The National Book Award-winning novelist was perhaps best known for Jesus' Son, a book of interwoven stories focused on the lives of addicts. A spokesman for his publisher tells NPR he died Thursday.
Remembering A Soldier Who Died For His Country Before Becoming A Citizen
George Rincon and Yolanda Reyes remember their son, Diego, an Iraqi war veteran who was killed in action in 2003. The family came to the U.S. in 1989 as immigrants from Colombia.
Attack On Coptic Christians Kills At Least 24 In Egypt
The attack occurred in Minya, a province some 160 miles south of Cairo where many of Egypt's Christians live.
WATCH: Impromptu Song Shows Manchester's Resilience
People in a crowd raised their voices in spontaneous song after a minute of silence to honor 22 concertgoers killed in a bombing on Monday.
Juno Spacecraft Reveals Spectacular Cyclones At Jupiter's Poles
The NASA has spotted enormous cyclones at the gas giant's north and south poles. The probe has also returned other data that have project scientists scratching their heads.
4th Circuit Court Ruling Keeps Trump's Travel Ban On Hold
A 13-judge panel in Virginia was one of several federal appeals courts hearing arguments over President Trump's executive order that would restrict travel from six majority-Muslim countries.
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