Until 1991, Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union. Since its independence, it's considered itself the border between the east and west. Though it's a growing democracy, its communist past is still very real.
Member Of Ukraine Parliament: 'Weak Institutions' Created Corruption
Experts say it's corruption at all levels that has held Ukraine back from true progress.
House Republicans in turmoil as government shutdown looms
Republicans remain unable to pass several appropriation bills that would pave the way for spending bills to pass in the Democratic-led Senate.
Mexico makes agreement with US to deport migrants amid surge
Mexican officials agreed to deport migrants from their border cities and return them to their home countries.
Is impeachment being weaponized?
Scripps News explores the original idea behind impeachment and how it has evolved in politics over the years.
Tentative deal reached to end the Hollywood writers strike
The three-year contract agreement must still be approved by the Writers Guild of America board and members before the strike officially ends.
Hawaii's Lahaina residents to return to wildfire-devastated properties
During the wildfire, residents had to hastily evacuate to seek refuge, leaving absolutely everything behind.
FBI probes Baton Rouge police for torture allegations in 'Brave Cave'
The Baton Rouge Police Department is now facing a second federal lawsuit over alleged abuse in a warehouse building known as the “Brave Cave."