Prince Mohammad bin Salman is leading the kingdom's economic overhaul. But all eyes are on whether the German chancellor and President Trump will get along.
The president is set to reveal his fiscal budget for 2018 on Thursday, potentially deepening existing divides between GOP lawmakers in the Republican-controlled Congress.
The American Civil Liberties Union on Saturday held a nationwide training event aimed at encouraging organized protest and ensuring that protesters are aware of their rights.
At least 21 state legislatures have bills that call for eliminating or changing DST. But proponents continue to point out that Americans tend to go outside more during Daylight Saving Time.
When US Attorney Preet Bharara refused to step down, the Trump administration fired him, he says, adding that, as president-elect, Donald Trump had asked to remain in the position.
The case is the latest to involve Florida's 'stand your ground' law, which entered the national radar in 2013 after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
On Friday, the Trump administration asked the remaining 46 US attorneys appointed by Obama to tender their resignations. Why the request surprised many.
The president's collision with the media is changing the way newsrooms operate – and may rejuvenate journalism.
The House Democratic leader says at a Monitor Breakfast that if divided Republicans fail to pass their own health-care plan, she would welcome GOP overtures to amend the Affordable Care Act.
Maine's largest city is considering a pilot program that would put homeless people to work by offering them minimum-wage jobs.
The former first lady made two surprise visits to public schools in Washington, D.C., once last week and once on International Women's Day on Wednesday.