• As Trump escalates rhetoric, Iran's wartime preparations include terrorist attacks and assassinations
    Zach Dorfman

    As Trump escalates rhetoric, Iran's wartime preparations include terrorist attacks and assassinations

    The Trump administration seems oblivious to the potential Iranian response to U.S. military action, warn multiple former officials. And yet Iran has been telegraphing its intentions — including its capacity and willingness to use terror — if a war takes place.

  • Last prosecutor on Michael Flynn case departs Mueller's office
    Luppe B. Luppen

    Last prosecutor on Michael Flynn case departs Mueller's office

    Her departure comes on the heels of reports that another Mueller prosecutor would leave the office in coming days and is sure to be seen as a new indication that the special counsel’s investigation is winding down.

  • Never-Trumpers assess his mental health: 'His condition is getting worse'
    David Knowles

    Never-Trumpers assess his mental health: 'His condition is getting worse'

    The president's 29-tweet Sunday raises eyebrows.

  • Trump's likely pick for Pentagon job makes 'trains run on time.' Can he do much more?
    Sean D. Naylor

    Trump's likely pick for Pentagon job makes 'trains run on time.' Can he do much more?

    Some observers credit Shanahan’s business experience as an asset in the Pentagon.

  • Trump adds Biden to his 'low IQ' list
    Kadia Tubman

    Trump adds Biden to his 'low IQ' list

    The former vice president joins a long list of people Trump has deemed “low IQ,” including Maxine Waters, Robert De Niro, Mika Brzezinski, Jennifer Rubin, Sadiq Khan and Rex Tillerson.

  • PHOTOS: Animals under the stars
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    PHOTOS: Animals under the stars

    These stunning shots capture safari animals as you’ve never seen them before – reflected in water under a starry night sky. In Andreas Hemb’s dramatic images, a cute elephant is caught standing next to the lake, a thirsty leopard stops to take a drink and two water buffaloes gaze upon their reflections. The 43-year-old, from Stockholm, Sweden, snapped the photos during several trips to the Zimanga Game Reserve in Kwazula-Natal, South Africa. He entered a hide in the afternoon and spent the whole night and next morning waiting for the creatures to arrive at the watering hole to shoot the picturesque images. Andreas, who arranges African photo safaris through his company Moments of Magic, said: “To meet and photograph African animals during the night is a magical experience. (Caters News)

  • 'It's over': Miami Beach tries to outrace climate change's rising seas
    David Knowles

    'It's over': Miami Beach tries to outrace climate change's rising seas

    The city is spending millions of dollars to lift itself higher, but sea level rise predictions seem to get worse every day.

  • Kellyanne Conway: Mosque shooter's manifesto only mentions Trump once
    Christopher Wilson

    Kellyanne Conway: Mosque shooter's manifesto only mentions Trump once

    The White House counselor urged Fox News viewers to read the entire 74-page manifesto of the mass shooter who killed at least 50 people in New Zealand, claiming it will show that he was not inspired by President Trump.

  • PHOTOS: Possible terror attack on tram in Netherlands leaves 3 dead
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    PHOTOS: Possible terror attack on tram in Netherlands leaves 3 dead

    Dutch police arrested a Turkish man suspected of shooting dead three people and wounding five on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht on Monday.

  • Why did Kamala Harris let Herbalife off the hook?
    Alexander Nazaryan

    Why did Kamala Harris let Herbalife off the hook?

    The attorney general’s press office declined to comment in response to repeated calls and emails from Yahoo News. Harris remained silent.

  • President Trump urges Fox News to bring back Jeanine Pirro, 'keep fighting' for Tucker Carlson
    Kadia Tubman

    President Trump urges Fox News to bring back Jeanine Pirro, 'keep fighting' for Tucker Carlson

    "We strongly condemn Jeanine Pirro’s comments about Rep. Ilhan Omar,” the Fox News statement read. But Trump urged Fox News to reinstate Pirro, whom he’s personally known for years.

  • College cheating scandal: Can system be fixed?
    Patricia Mah

    College cheating scandal: Can system be fixed?

    Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among the dozens of prominent figures charged in a widespread cheating scam to get their children into elite universities. What happens next?

  • Trump attacks McCain, who died last year, over dossier leak
    Kadia Tubman

    Trump attacks McCain, who died last year, over dossier leak

    Recently unsealed court documents show that an associate of McCain, former State Department diplomat David Kramer, shared copies of the dossier with BuzzFeed and other media outlets -- AFTER the election.

  • Joe Biden (almost) announces he is running for president
    Hunter Walker

    Joe Biden (almost) announces he is running for president

    The vice president indicated he was "running" before correcting himself and saying, "I didn't mean it!"

  • PHOTOS: Going green in NYC
    Gordon Donovan

    PHOTOS: Going green in NYC

    The annual St. Patrick's Day Parade brings together hundreds of thousands of marchers in one of the largest American celebrations of Irish heritage. The first parade took place in New York City in 1762. With an increase of Irish immigrants coming into the United States, St. Patrick’s Day quickly became a widespread holiday. Approximately 150,000 people participate in the New York City parade each year, and around 2 million people come out to watch. (Yahoo News)

  • PHOTOS: St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City
    Gordon Donovan

    PHOTOS: St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City

    New York City is hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, bringing together hundreds of thousands of marchers in one of the largest American celebrations of Irish heritage.

  • College admissions scandal: Why the meritocracy should look in the mirror
    Andrew Romano

    College admissions scandal: Why the meritocracy should look in the mirror

    For one day last week, a divided country was briefly united — in outrage — at the college admissions scandal implicating dozens of wealthy parents (including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman) who were accused of bribing and cheating their children’s way into some of America’s most elite universities.

  • McConnell's arguments on 'ballot harvesting' full of contradictions
    Jon Ward

    McConnell's arguments on 'ballot harvesting' full of contradictions

    “It’s a core part of our constitutional system,” McConnell said Jan. 31, lambasting the Democrats’ bill as a “federal takeover of election law.” But, McConnell said, “it’s a common practice in California.”

  • 'Psychedelic Warlord': Teenaged Beto's misogynistic online posts
    Hunter Walker

    'Psychedelic Warlord': Teenaged Beto's misogynistic online posts

    Archived versions of writings attributed to O’Rourke’s alias “Psychedelic Warlord,”  include one that criticized some women as “sluts,” mocked them for having “violent boyfriends,” and suggested a way to deal with these women was to inform “Nazi Skins in your area” that they had “AIDS.”

  • In wake of mosque attacks, Trump downplays threat from white nationalists: 'I think it's a small group of people'
    David Knowles

    In wake of mosque attacks, Trump downplays threat from white nationalists: 'I think it's a small group of people'

    The president went on to portray immigrants crossing into the U.S. as an "invasion."

  • Should the death penalty be outlawed?
    Patricia Mah

    Should the death penalty be outlawed?

    California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order that grants reprieves to 737 inmates on the state's death row. Here's where things stand.

  • Trump issues first veto, continuing border 'emergency'
    Christopher Wilson

    Trump issues first veto, continuing border 'emergency'

    President Trump issued the first veto of his presidency, striking down a resolution that would have terminated his national emergency declaration diverting funding to build the wall.

  • Skullduggery TV: Bannon Unbound
    Yahoo News Video

    Skullduggery TV: Bannon Unbound

    Alison Klayman and Marie Therese Guirgis, the director and producer, respectively, of the upcoming documentary film "The Brink," fill you in on all you need to know about their "behind the curtain" documentary on polarizing figure Steve Bannon. Then George Shipley, an Austin, Texas-based political consultant, joins the discussion to weigh in on Beto-mania in the wake of O'Rourke's announcement to run for president in 2020.

  • PHOTOS: Bizarre self-portraits
    Yahoo News Photo Staff

    PHOTOS: Bizarre self-portraits

    In this one-of-a-kind photography performance project, an artists' alter ego creates a series of surreal and wild self-portraits in which everyday objects are stuck all over his face. The absurd works of David Henry Nobody Jr. feature face attachments ranging from ice cream and toothbrushes to hamburger meat and pictures of Donald Trump. Not stopping with those additions, David Nobody — the creation of artist David Henry Brown Jr. — has even included peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and plastic toys in his face shots. To date, David estimates he has taken around 700 self-portraits in this style since starting the project in 2014. David, who is based in New York but is originally from Philadelphia, said: "I have a history of working in character — much like a writer would write in character. "I morph my identity into the things around me. (Caters News)

  • In Congress and from Trump, horror over New Zealand mosque massacre
    David Knowles

    In Congress and from Trump, horror over New Zealand mosque massacre

    Two of the three Muslim members of Congress respond to the horrific attack in Christchurch, New Zealand.