Customs and Border Protection plans to judge prototypes based on three main criteria once all eight designs are completed.
North Korea isn't happy about the U.S. and South Korea conducting drills in the waters around the Korean peninsula.
The word was reportedly first used in the U.S. in 1832.
Two federal judges recently halted the latest iteration of restrictions, which broadly suspend travel for most nationals from eight countries.
Rep. Pat Tiberi of Ohio said he'll soon resign from Congress, a possible sign of frustration within the moderate wing of the GOP.
Kseniya Kirillova fears death or prison awaits her if she returns home.
Wind energy is booming in Middle America and creating a huge demand for workers who can keep turbines spinning.
If true, it happened the same day a report accused President Trump of not following through on his promise.
The daughter of a former St. Petersburg mayor, Ksenia Sobchak made a name for herself as an entertainer and model.
The president's former chief strategist has declared war on the establishment.
It's not yet clear how the law, passed Wednesday, will be enforced.
In a 2015 French government survey, 100 percent of the 600 women surveyed said they had experienced sexual harassment on public transit.