Though it had over 9,000 stores at its peak, only one of Blockbuster’s video rental stores remains in Bend, Oregon.
In Helsinki, Putin proposed a referendum in separatist-controlled parts of Ukraine.
Officials at Ohio State University revealed more than 100 former students gave firsthand accounts of sexual misconduct by a former team doctor.
A grand jury indicted the suspect in the Capital Gazette shooting on 23 counts, including first degree murder.
We spoke with a human rights expert who works on the ground in Asia.
Blocking ZTE from buying U.S. goods would likely have put it out of business.
Trump says he’s ready to put tariffs on all $500 billion worth of Chinese good imported into the U.S.
Sources say the recordings were discovered during FBI raids on Cohen’s office, hotel room and home earlier this year.
It’s been five days since President Trump and Vladimir Putin’s controversial meeting. So far, Congress has been mostly talk and not much action.
The state of Kentucky announced it’ll reinstate vision and dental care benefits for Medicaid recipients whose coverage was cut after a court ruling.
Critics say the disparity between immigration courts shows how arbitrary the system is. But immigration judges say that’s misleading and simplistic.
The Department of Homeland Security is extending the TPS designation for Somalis living in the U.S.
The federal judge said climate change isn’t an issue for the courts to handle.
The league and the NFL Players Association said in a joint statement Friday they have agreed to suspend enforcement of the new rules.
Members of Congress are hoping to get concrete data about Hezbollah’s arsenal in order to figure out how to approach the issues in the Middle East.