North Korea is expected to turn over remains of war casualties. One California woman hopes her father's are among them
The two children of Samuel Baxter, who died in the Korean War, barely knew their father but have carried his memory for six decades. Now they wonder whether they might someday get their father's remains home.
What family separation looks like: Guatemalan man is deported, while his 6-year-old daughter remains behind in New York City
His wife asks: “If they’re deporting my husband, how am I going to get my daughter back?” As Trump rescinds family separation policy, the administration faces another test: How to re-unite the some 2,300 children that have been separated from their families in recent months.
A year after Trump reversed Obama's opening to Cuba, the U.S. is sitting out Havana's political revamp
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dangles new security concessions while downplaying expectations that the historic meeting will lead to anything beyond future talks.