Jackie Evancho says she wants to 'enlighten' the president on what her transgender sister endures at high school.
In a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, 52 percent of respondents chose the media over President Trump when asked who they trusted to 'tell you the truth about important issues.'
Hit by a once-in-100 years flood, more than 14,000 residents near the swollen Coyote Creek that runs through San Jose were ordered to evacuate.
Video footage of an off-duty cop struggling with a teen in Anaheim, Calif., and eventually firing a gun has sparked outrage both locally and across the nation, spurring protesters to take to the streets Wednesday night.
Demonstrators have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline at the camp for nearly a year, with the population numbering in the thousands at the height of the protests. Some new camps are popping up on private land nearby.
Dr. Nassar, who specialized in treating female gymnasts at Michigan State University and through the USA Gymnastics organization, faces charges in two Michigan counties.
Despite reluctance on the part of the players' union, Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred says he is considering rule changes beginning in 2018.
The judge’s injunction will keep Medicaid funding flowing to Planned Parenthood until an upcoming court case can rule on the merits of Texas’ case for defunding the organization.
Thousands of conservatives are converging outside of Washington this week for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld on Tuesday Maryland's ban on 45 kinds of assault weapons, but the National Rifle Association is open to appealing the decision.
Muslim community leaders launched a fundraising campaign to help repair a historic Jewish cemetery that was vandalized over the weekend. Donors surpassed the initial goal of $20,000 within just three hours.
The Trump administrations says transgender laws are better left to the states.
In two new memos, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly called for existing immigration laws to be used 'to the greatest extent practicable.' That doesn't mean mass deportations, officials say.