Trump's other big announcement: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was heading to North Korea to help prepare a historic summit between Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in the next few weeks to discuss denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula.
He championed the Me Too movement. Now he's accused of sexual violence.
You can't stop the lava flow from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano
Water? No. Walls? Not a chance. Bombs? Not even those. Lava is spewing on Hawaii's Big Island, destroying houses, cars and power poles, but there's no way to divert its flow . Here's the problem: Lava isn't like water, snow or mud. It's liquid rock, so it's heavy, sticky and moving underground. And it's nearly 2,000 degrees. The best solution is to evacuate the area and wait until the flows stop on their own, which is what many Hawaii residents have done. But the lava lingers, destroying at least 35 structures, including 26 homes inside the Leilani Estates neighborhood.
It's a wild world, and we're just living in it
Humans may think we're running the show, but it only takes a week of weird animal run-ins to remember Mother Nature is in charge. Here are some terrible animal-human encounters from just this week:
A man who stopped by the side of the road in India to snap a selfie with an injured bear paid with his life when the animal revived and mauled him to death.