Speaking to US Central Command yesterday, President Trump suggested that the US news media was failing to report terrorist attacks for 'reasons of their own.'
The vice president cast a historic, record-breaking tie vote in the Senate for the cabinet confirmation.
Rep. Tom McClintock (R) of California, had to be escorted by police from a town hall meeting in Northern California as anti-Trump protesters followed him shouting, 'Shame on you!'
More than 100,000 utility customers are without electricity after a snowstorm blanketed Seattle and western Washington on Monday, prompting widespread school closures and flight cancellations.
Michigan GOP official Dan Adamini has deleted his Twitter account following posts on social media that suggested that protesters should be shot like the four antiwar demonstrators who were killed by the National Guard at Kent State's Ohio campus in 1970.
More than half of all US states have now adopted so-called 'right to work' legislation, which supporters hope will bring new business to state economies.
Three years after rancher Cliven Bundy's standoff against federal officials, jury selection has begun for six of his supporters. His and his sons' armed protests have raised questions about federal land management and the limits of legal protest.
President Trump’s agreement to attend the May gathering of NATO leaders – after describing the organization as ‘obsolete’ – comes at a time when some blame uncertainty over his attitude toward Russia for a recent spike in Ukraine’s conflict.
During Super Bowl LI, both the inclusion of politics or lack thereof stir national conversation.
During his interview with President Trump, the Fox News host described Putin as 'a killer,' a characterization that a Kremlin spokesman called 'unacceptable and insulting.'
In response to President Trump's executive order banning Iranians from entering the United States, Iran had temporarily banned US wrestlers from participating in the Freestyle World Cup competition this month.
In a fundamental shift in American Protestantism, hundreds of churches across the country are allowing people in the pews to handle pastoral duties, such as delivering sermons.
President Trump has repeatedly asserted, without evidence, that his loss of the popular vote was caused by at least 3 million people voting illegally.
Strangers aboard a subway car in New York spontaneously came together to scrub away swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti on a subway car, in a story that went viral over the weekend.