President Trump Tightens Rules on Americans Traveling to Cuba and More

The confirmation, made by the second spokesman of White House in the daily press conference, comes after days of speculation in Washington about the announcement of a hardening of the policy of Barack Obama . Saudi Arabia, like Cuba, is well known for human rights abuses. On the campaign trail, Trump called the Obama administration's moves to restore relations with Cuba "a bad deal" and tweeted a threat to "terminate it." " President Trump will treat the Castro regime as a malevolent ...

Fleetwood focused as he bids for first major

Open. Koepka's winning total of 16-under equals the lowest score to par for a US Open , matching Rory McIlroy's victory at Congressional in 2011. The 26-year-old looked set to record his second bogey-free round of the week - nearly unheard of at the US Open - on Saturday until an unfortunate dropped shot at the last meant he fell one back of the lead.

Trump's son-in-law being investigated for Russian interference in United States elections

But it was released shortly after The Washington Post reported - citing unnamed United States officials familiar with the matter - that the business dealings of President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, are being investigated by Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller, who has been investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election and the Trump administration's potential ties to Russia .

McGovern: Judge's ruling finds Michelle Carter's words killed Conrad Roy

Michelle, now 20, was 17 when she sent Conrad series of text messages, urging him to take his own life. Roy died of carbon monoxide poisoning inside his truck on July 12th of that year; earlier that day, prosecutors said , he drove to the parking lot of a Kmart in Taunton, Massachusetts , hooked up his truck to a pump emitting carbon monoxide, and sat in his truck.

Another police shooting acquittal worries black gun owners

These two decisions create an atmosphere where police violence is sanctioned based on what we think a hypothetical officer could have felt, even if, in reality, the officer was acting recklessly, had ill motives or was acting based on implicit bias.

Trump lashes out over probe into 'obstruction of justice'

Trump lashes out over probe into 'obstruction of justice'

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reiterated in a recent meeting that he may have to recuse himself from overseeing the special counsel's investigation into Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election, sources told ABC News .