Trump calls his first day in Saudi Arabia 'tremendous'

After a royal banquet, Trump and the king were to have private talks and participate in a signing ceremony for a number of US-Saudi agreements, including a $100 billion deal for Saudi Arabia to buy American arms. They are also required to wear an abaya, a loose, black robe in public, per an official dress code. Two years ago Donald Trump , then just a reality TV star with political ambitions, chose to tweet about the First Lady Michelle Obama's decision to not wear a head scarf during a ...

Fans get one last chance to see 'Greatest Show on Earth'

Capping a legacy that stretches back to the legendary 19th century showman P.T. Barnum, the circus bids farewell at a series of shows this weekend at newly refurbished Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale on New York's Long Island. The Sarasota based company has been the home to the circus since the 1920's and many members of the community will be watching tonight. Associated Press reporters tagged along with the Ringling Bros.

2 canoers find man's body in Taunton River

A preliminary investigation identifies the body as that of a 40-year-old male. It had apparently been in the water for an extended period of time. Access to the river in this location off of Power Street is limited. The body was taken by the medical examiner's office. The identity of the man and the cause and manner of death weren't immediately known. Taunton Police Detectives and the Massachusetts State Police are investigating.

Trump boasted to Russians about firing 'nut job' Comey

Trump boasted to Russians about firing 'nut job' Comey

The president also reportedly called Mr. Comey a "nut job". And, "I faced great pressure because of Russian Federation". The president added, "I'm not under investigation". Rosenstein may have blunted some of the criticism of his actions in the past week with his announcement Wednesday that he had appointed a special counsel.

Trump to call for Muslim unity in fight against terrorism

US President Donald Trump, struggling to shake a brewing scandal at home, will attempt a reset on Sunday with the Islamic world after frequently attacking Muslims on the campaign trail previous year and trying to ban many from the United States.

NKorea fires another ballistic missile despite sanctions threats

NKorea fires another ballistic missile despite sanctions threats

In its latest effort to develop its ballistic and nuclear weapons, North Korea fired a medium-range missile Sunday that appeared to be similar to one the country tested earlier this year, US and South Korean officials said. We continue to monitor North Korea's actions closely. The United Nations Security Council met behind closed doors last Tuesday to discuss tightening sanctions on North Korea after its May 14 launch.