In the midst of Russian meddling investigations, President Trump's top advisers say there's a lack of clear policy when it comes to dealing with Moscow and President Putin.
An investigation revealed hundreds of men from impoverished Southeast Asian and Pacific nations working as fishermen are exempt from basic labor protections due to a federal loophole. Many may make as little as 70 cents an hour.
A recent poll from AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 62 percent of Americans – up from 52 percent in March – believe the federal government is responsible to ensure that citizens have health care.
Concerned over a spike in road deaths, lawmakers work on a bill that would allow automakers to deploy up to 100,000 self-driving vehicles without needing to meet existing auto safety standards.
The GOP's budget plan announced Wednesday, which promises to cut over $5 trillion in spending by 2027, still faces doubts from both conservatives and moderates.
While parent spending on student tuition dropped 6 percent – the lowest number since 2009 – student borrowing jumped by the same percentage, according to Sallie Mae's 10th annual 'How America Pays for College' report released Monday.
After a series of discussions Monday, the Trump administration officially extended the Iran nuclear deal, although not without casting doubt on Iran's commitment to the deal's terms.
Despite debate in Washington, some young adults are skeptical about health care insurance, no matter the cost.
From Texas to Florida to Illinois, many of these young prosecutors are eschewing the death penalty, talking rehabilitation as much as punishment, and often refusing to charge people for minor offenses. While their numbers are small, they are taking over DA offices at a crucial moment.
A Hawaii judge ruled Thursday to expand the list of ‘bona fide’ relationships with US citizens or entities that a citizen of one of six Muslim-majority countries must have to be considered for a new visa.
Next week, US and Chinese officials will convene to discuss economic policy. That meeting will heavily influence what kind of pressure the US will put on China to address tensions with North Korea.
A bipartisan deal announced on Thursday modernizes the GI Bill, expanding financial contributions and flexibility for veterans to pursue higher education opportunities.
A revamped bill proposed by Senator McConnell on Thursday will require the support of several opposing republicans to pass its ‘do-or-die’ vote next week.