Some of the anti-Trump protests in the US have been organized by groups that were sponsored by Clinton sympathizer and billionaire George Soros.

In the northwestern state of Oregon police detained several people as a protest turned violent in Portland. Demonstrators broke the windows of local businesses, lit firecrackers and started a fire in what police declared a riot.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on the riots in Charlotte, North Carolina.

One person has been shot in Charlotte, North Carolina protests against the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. Riot police were firing tear gas into the crowd. The governor declared a state of emergency and ordered in National Guard and state troopers.

The US military has begun bombing targets around the Libyan city of Sirte, which is controlled by militias associated with Islamic State. The Pentagon says this was the first strike of a new campaign that currently has "no endpoint."

A shocking and dangerous historical event is repeating itself and the similarities between then and now are so vivid it's scary. But there is a way to prepare for it. Here's how...

The US and Cuban presidents have met in Havana in a historic meeting where they pledged to put aside the differences that have divided their countries for decades. Barack Obama welcomed what he called a "new day" in relations between the two countries. But President Raul Castro was forced to defend Cuba's record on human rights.

With oil prices tumbling, stock prices falling and bonds rising, the word recession is getting tossed around quite a bit. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu has three charts that show the U.S. may be entering a downturn.

US is preparing to send more troops to help the fight against ISIS. But dozens of US troops have been already sent to Syria. Thousands are already in Iraq. The US govenment insists it is not a military op, troops are just assisting and consulting anti-ISIS forces.

American government agencies are being faced with a broadening range of cyber-based threats, but the government has largely failed to tackle the issue. This is according to a report by the U.S Government's Accountability Office.

As the Syrian crisis enters its fifth year, tension in the country is still growing. Bashar Assad, the President of Syria, gives an interview to key Russian media, revealing his view on political progress, the Syrian crisis, its allies and its war on terrorism.

The US has been carrying out airstrikes against ISIS in Syria for almost a year, and the latest decision to bomb Syrian government forces in order to “protect” US-trained “moderate rebels” does not require any additional legal justification, the State Department believes.