President Obama is on his way to a country eager to welcome home the man some call ‘son.’ Obama is flying to Kenya -- his father's homeland -- where he still has family. This will be his first trip as president to the East African nation.
Hours before top Obama administration officials began briefing Congress on the classified details of the nuclear accord with Iran, House Speaker John Boehner vowed Republicans would "do everything possible to stop" the agreement.
Phillip Sims says he was fired from Turner Industries in Decatur, Alabama, for refusing to remove the Confederate battle flag from his truck. The company wants to hire him back, but Sims isn’t backing down.
Sen. John McCain says he doesn't want Donald Trump to apologize to him for those controversial comments on McCain's status as a war hero, but he says the Republican presidential candidate does owe an apology to all veterans captured in war and their families.
The decades-long tumultuous relationship between the United States and Cuba has entered a new era. At midnight, the two countries restored full diplomatic relations -- each opening embassies in the other's capital.