"The administration has the power to rescind this policy. It should do so now," McCain tweeted
Labour's shadow transport secretary, Andy McDonald, whose son died after an epileptic seizure, makes an emotional appeal to government to help families.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz confirmed publicly Monday that his office is investigating James Comey for his handling of classified information as part of memos he shared documenting discussions with President Trump.
The Trudeau government will take fresh steps today towards equipping the country for the rapidly advancing era of big data.
London city Councillors will take a look at a $14-million plan to replace a busy bridge south of the downtown.
THE UNITED Kingdom could be ripped apart after a shock Brexit poll revealed support for Northern Ireland quitting the union and reunifying with the Republic of Ireland has surged.
The plans would have to cover people with pre-existing conditions, but offer narrower benefits than required under the Obama-era health law
The decision strikes down the Kansas proof-of-citizenship registration law and makes permanent an earlier injunction that had temporarily blocked it
The fundraiser is held each summer at the club where the nation's 41st president enjoyed golfing while in Kennebunkport
Britain will be forced to leave the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) deal after Brexit, the EU's chief negotiator has said.
EUROPEAN Union chief Frans Timmermans left crunch talks with the Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki with no breakthrough after threatening to strip the member state of its voting rights.
BRITAIN could access the European Union's Galileo satellite navigation system after Brexit but will no longer be able to work on developing the project, the bloc's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Tuesday.