As Trump made his announcements, country by country, photographers documented how the world leaders reacted to the U.S. commander in chief’s address. Click through the slideshow to see their faces.
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit Mexico on Tuesday, shaking buildings in the capital of Mexico City and sending people fleeing into the street. The quake hit only hours after many people participated in earthquake drills around the nation on the anniversary of the devastating quake that killed thousands in Mexico City in 1985. The 7.1 quake hit 5 miles (8 km) southeast of Atencingo in the central state of Puebla at a depth of 32 miles (51 km), the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Virgin’s billionaire founder blasts Trump on climate change: “The whole world knows it’s real except for maybe one person in the White House.”
The former congressman who, as head of a House committee, grilled Hillary Clinton relentlessly says he knows he’s in her new book but feels no need to read it.
Deep-blue California boasts of how it’s resisting the Trump agenda, but the Democrats are divided between “protesters” and “pragmatists.” Some of the opposition is more rhetorical than substantive, and the most ambitious item on the anti-Trump agenda, a statewide single-payer health care plan, went down in flames.
Condemning the “depraved” North Korean regime, the president mocked Kim Jong Un, saying: “’Rocket Man’ is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime." Trump’s stark message came in a speech in which he also sharply criticized China, mildly rebuked Russia, condemned Venezuela’s government, and suggested he might scrap the Iran nuclear deal.
President Trump threatened to “totally destroy North Korea” his first address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton, promoting her new book, "What Happened," criticized the press's role in the 2016 election and said the media got “played” by the Russians by promoting the WikiLeaks dumps.
President Trump will use his maiden speech to the U.N. General Assembly to condemn Iran, call for global action on North Korea, and unapologetically defend his nationalistic “America First” stance before wary world leaders, administration officials said. Chinese President Xi Jinping is skipping the annual diplomatic crush in New York, but Trump will at least implicitly criticize Beijing in his Tuesday speech for not doing enough to tighten an economic vise on North Korea.
America’s Russia policy will be the main topic Tuesday at the hearing on Jon Huntsman’s nomination to be U.S. ambassador. Also on the agenda: the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which Huntsman backed but Trump and Putin opposed.
Clinton offered a scathing analysis of Trump’s psyche during a Monday interview with NPR’s Terry Gross, calling him “a very emotionally strange man.”
President Trump wants to showcase America’s military power with a July 4 parade of martial assets down Pennsylvania Avenue, inspired by the two-hour display he witnessed in Paris on Bastille Day.
President Donald Trump made his debut at the United Nations taking his complaints about the world body straight to the source.
Two of President Trump’s lawyers were overheard by a New York Times reporter “loudly discussing” the Russia investigation at a Washington, D.C., steakhouse next to the newspaper’s D.C. bureau. The conversation led to a front-page story about tension within Trump’s legal team.
Appearing on “Fox & Friends” Monday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway criticized Sunday's Emmys telecast, agreeing with a host who called it a "political rally."
Many hands make light work, and in this photographer’s unique series, there are many, many of them. Sanwal Deen’s “Work” project offers a bird’s-eye view of the elaborate tasks carried out by people who work with their hands. With just forearms and hands showing, Sanwal’s images showcase the work carried out by florists, writers and bakers; pianists, typesetters and cobblers. It is estimated that the average person spends around one-third of his or her life working, and so Sanwal, 27, wanted to show the intricacy of certain professions that can help define someone. (Caters News) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Twitter and Tumblr.
The president fired off a barrage of tweets and retweets on Sunday, including a crudely edited video of him hitting a golf ball into Hillary Clinton's back and a message mocking North Korea leader Kim Jong Un as "Rocket Man."
President Donald Trump skipped town for the weekend, but that didn't stop demonstrators from making him the focus of competing rallies in the nation's capital.
Monday was the fourth day of protests in St. Louis following Friday's announcement that a judge found ex-officer Jason Stockley not guilty in the 2011 death of Anthony Lamar Smith.
The Cleveland Museum's "From Riches to Rags" exhibition examines the choices photographers made during the Great Depression.
Larry Koser Sr. lived in his ranch house in Houston for 26 years, raising his children and accumulating memories. Flooded out by Harvey, he returned a day later with his son — in kayaks — to salvage what he could. Now as he starts the long process of recovery, Yahoo News is documenting what it takes to rebuild from one of the worst floods in recent history — and what it takes out of a man when so much of what he treasures is washed away.
Jemar Tisby, a prominent black evangelical speaker, had hopes that blacks and whites could come together through a shared Christian faith. Police shootings and, especially, the election of Donald Trump, have shaken that conviction. Yahoo’s Jon Ward explores his spiritual and political journey as he searches for a way forward.
President Trump will make his first appearance at the annual meeting and give a speech to his largest-ever audience of presidents and prime ministers.
President Trump warned lawmakers that he would not sign any immigration bill that would allow for more "chain migration."