The North Dakota senator has suggested she would prefer to stay in Congress. That's good news for party members who are wary that Trump is trying to loosen Democrats' hold on Senate seats in red states.
DNA evidence won Lawrence McKinney his release in 2008. He's battling to finally clear his name and receive compensation for decades of wrongful imprisonment.
Donald Trump spoke by phone with the president of Egypt, whose delegation had sponsored – then abruptly postponed – the measure criticizing Israeli settlements.
While some officials see nothing out of the ordinary in the incoming administration's request for a 'Flash Transition Tasker,' others are concerned that global programs for women may come under special scrutiny.
Despite Donald Trump's comfortable win in the Electoral College, which voted on Monday, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by nearly 2.9 million votes, according to an Associated Press analysis.
Researchers argue that political rhetoric can drive a rise in aggression toward minorities, but national data on the topic is incomplete.
Federal judges have blocked similar efforts in other states, but this move comes as Americans wait to see if US President-elect Donald Trump will strip federal funding from the controversial health-care provider.
As President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway managed to subdue the brazen candidate. Can her influence have the same effect in the West Wing?
Charlotte City Council had struck a deal with state lawmakers to repeal both the city's local nondiscrimination ordinance and the state's HB2, but the deal fell apart Wednesday.
Democratic Governor-elect Roy Cooper said he reached a deal with state Republicans to repeal the law, but the GOP-controlled state Senate voted 32-16 to keep the law, known as House Bill 2, in place.