The caravan started its march on Oct. 12 with about 160 people.
President Trump accused Russia of breaking the treaty, something the U.S. has alleged for the past several years.
Upwards of 700,000 people marched in protest of Britain's upcoming exit from the European Union.
The "use it or lose it" process kicks in when voters' inaction triggers it.
The former Trump campaign chairman will be sentenced Feb. 8 on eight counts of bank and tax fraud crimes.
National security agencies issued a joint statement saying they're "concerned" about election meddling campaigns from Russia, China and Iran.
Lawmakers released internal documents that they say show the president took part in previously undisclosed meetings about the relocation.
The government is reportedly weighing a new border policy that some are already calling "separation 2.0." We explore whether the label is a stretch.
A Republican party ad claims Gillum turned utility workers away when they offered to help recover after the storm. That could use some context.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and National Security Adviser John Bolton were reportedly fighting about border crossings.
President Trump said he'd donate $1 million to charity if Elizabeth Warren took a DNA test that shows native ancestry. Or did he?
A report from the department's inspector general found Zinke and his wife used a taxpayer-funded security detail for their vacation.
A new executive order will extend early voting deadlines for Floridians in eight counties.
It seems President Trump is finally accepting the assumption that Jamal Khashoggi is dead.
The U.S. Treasury Secretary is just the latest high profile person to abandon plans to attend the Future Investment Initiative.
Pompeo briefed the president on his meeting with Saudi officials earlier this week.