July 16 is the anniversary of the first successful atomic bomb test.
Amanda Nguyen, the woman behind the Sexual Assault Survivor's Bill of Rights, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Topics could include an arms treaty and Russia's annexation of Crimea, among others.
Feinstein has held her Senate seat since 1992.
Critics said the role should go to a transgender person.
Just days before the scheduled summit, special counsel Robert Mueller announced an indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers.
Police said they found a "small bottle" containing Novichok in Charlie Rowley's home in Amesbury, England.
With the number of people illegally crossing into Canada on the rise, Newsy traveled to the border to speak with those on the ground.
The indictment alleges the Russians aimed to influence the 2016 presidential election.
New York has implemented new regulations that'll give certified patients with opioid prescriptions the option to choose medical marijuana instead.
The inspector general found nearly all of Price's trips as secretary did not comply with federal requirements.
Dismantling ICE has become a rallying cry for far-left Democrats. More moderate members worry it could cost the party seats in the midterms.
The FEMA report noted the timing of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria led to a number of logistical problems.
Gov. Kay Ivey ordered Tuesday that the excess money no longer be given to the sheriffs "personally."
Scientists analyzed the microbiome in the iceman's stomach to reconstruct his last meal and found almost half of it was fat.
Newsy partners with Intelligence Squared U.S. to restore critical thinking. In this debate: Should the U.S. engage in a trade war with China?
Larry Kudlow told Fox Business "growth solves a lot of problems," but made a wildly inaccurate claim in the process.
President Trump criticized Germany and accused the U.S. ally of being "totally controlled by Russia."
The company said in a statement it will reverse price increases that went into effect at the beginning of the month.
Seven singles from Drake's new album "Scorpion" are currently on the Billboard top 10, which breaks The Beatles' 1964 record.
Families who cross the border illegally will reportedly be tracked with ankle monitors instead of being detained indefinitely.
Cases in Iowa, Arkansas and Texas are moving toward the top of the watch list.