The visit comes as the Trump administration continues to face criticism over the firing of James Comey in the midst of an FBI investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
The girls, captured three years ago by Boko Haram, were released in exchange for five commanders of the terrorist group.
A roundup of global commentary for the May 8, 2017, weekly magazine.
The online Chinese Encyclopedia will not be editable by the general public, as a way to maintain factual accuracy and keep sensitive topics, such as the Tiananmen Square incident, tightly under wraps.
The new deal would earn a total of $130 million more for Writers Guild of America members over the lifespan of the deal.
Aides of the far-right French presidential candidate said the sections of a speech she lifted from a former opponent was an ode to Francois Fillon.
Human rights groups are calling on the US president not to roll out the red carpet for the controversial leader of the Philippines.
President Trump's comments come a day after a failed North Korean ballistic missile test. Trump has sent a nuclear-powered submarine and an aircraft supercarrier to the region, while also beginning construction of the THAAD missile defense system.
Hecklers who aim to silence campus speakers or elected leaders, sometimes with violence, must not erode a democracy’s commitment to consider a diversity of views in public forums.
Parents of transgender students, and the teens themselves, say 2017 has brought greater uncertainty than any they've faced in recent years – after recent gains toward equality have been stifled or reversed.
Jimmy Wales is launching a new platform that he says will 'protect the integrity of information' from fake news.
The iconic magazine piece 'Frank Sinatra Has a Cold' has lessons – and surprises – for today's journalists.