US intelligence has determined the missiles fired at the international airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by Houthi rebels were supplied by Iran, proof the Trump administration is using to reassert its claim that Iran has violated the 2015 nuclear deal.
After Alabama and Virginia elections, Democrats have received almost unanimous support from black women voters. With turnout rates consistently above 90 percent, many are calling for representation at the negotiating table, and legislation that speaks to their unique issues.
In a straight party-line vote of 3-2, the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission junked the longtime principle that said all web traffic must be treated equally.
Republicans in the House and the Senate have approved a tax bill that will include permanent tax cuts for businesses, cuts for the top brackets, and temporary cuts for middle-class workers. A repeal of Obamacare's individual mandate is also included in the bill.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) of New York, who called for President Trump to resign because of sexual assault allegations, is on the forefront of the fight against sexual assault in government and the armed forces.
While still largely uncontrolled, fire crews have carved fire lines around one-quarter of the Thomas fire, a good sign of progress in combatting one of California's largest fires, which has grown to cover nearly 370 square miles.
Would-be suicide bomber Akayed Ullah will make his first court appearance following an attempt to bomb Times Square subway station. President Trump has called for tighter immigration standards as Mr. Ullah first came to the United States on a visa.
Alabama elects its first Democratic Senate seat in a quarter-century. Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore in a narrow victory.
TPS provides short-term protection from deportation for people who can't return home because of national disasters, civil unrest, or health crises. Nicaraguans and Haitians lost protection this fall; Hondurans' and Salvadorans' status is under consideration.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) begins the final meeting of the probe into the El Faro maritime disaster. The NTSB has drafted new safety recommendations in response to the tragedy.
Three federal courts have ruled against President Trump's demand to bar transgender people from the military. Enlistment starts on Jan. 1, 2018.
The women who accused President Trump of sexual misconduct during the election have spoken up again following the #MeToo campaign. The women have asked Congress to launch an ethics investigation against the president and Democrats have called for his resignation.