Mississippi will have the license plate blues for one more year, because no funds were appropriated to replace the current blues-themed plates.
Countries have started signing on to the first treaty to ban nuclear weapons; it's backed by over 100 nations, but nuclear-armed ones want no part of it.
Britain's undiplomatic chief diplomat, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, has thrown politics into turmoil by thrusting himself to the front of the Brexit debate at the worst possible time for the country's leader
The American Civil Liberties Union says Michigan is illegally allowing faith-based groups to reject gay couples who want to adopt kids or become foster parents
From The New York Times: With no power, phones or internet, Dominica residents turned to amateur radio to give updates on their situation after Hurricane Maria battered the island.By: By BARBARA MARCOLINI and DREW JORDAN. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2ycFDoO
Ahead of the speech, the Associated Press is reporting that the President's top cabinet members felt like they had to give the President a crash course on "American Power 101.”
Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam squared off over how to handle confederate monuments during the Virginia Governor’s Debate, moderated by Chuck Todd with NBC Washington.
Pennsylvania's credit rating is taking a hit, another black eye in the nearly three-month budget stalemate between Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Greek authorities say that the captain and chief mechanic of a ship commissioned for an oil-spill cleanup operation outside Athens have been arrested on fuel smuggling charges
Records show that a man suspected of shooting a Kansas Department of Revenue employee at the agency's Wichita office owes nearly $200,000 in unpaid taxes
Cybersecurity firm warns that a suspected group of hackers in Iran are targeting the aviation and petrochemical industries in Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and South Korea