The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed Wednesday that an Obama-era ban on elephant-hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia will be reversed.
Tanks and other military vehicles were seen on roads leading to the capital city earlier day Tuesday.
A new FBI report shows hate crimes rose by about 5 percent between 2015 and 2016.
Twenty-three of the European Union's 28 members have signed on to be a part of the pact.
During an interview with "60 Minutes" scheduled to air Sunday, the six-time Olympic medalist revealed she was abused by Dr. Larry Nassar.
The U.S. list is for any country that "repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism."
According to the Department of Labor, the U.S. economy added 261,000 jobs in October. That's a big jump from the previous month.
An unnamed U.S. official told CNN that North Korea's revamped missile is an upgrade to the KN-20, but it's unclear how far along it is.
The U.S. Navy released a report Wednesday on the USS Fitzgerald and USS John S. McCain collisions from earlier this year.
Several major airlines told customers Thursday they can expect additional security measures before boarding all international flights to the U.S.
Officials told reporters that under the new rules, the Trump administration will use "enhanced vetting" procedures to screen all refugees.
According to the BBC, Abe promised during a press conference that his coalition would "dramatically show countermeasures" against Pyongyang.