Tense talk around Russia hacking and James Comey's firing are diverting attention from important GOP agenda items, and could effect future initiatives by President Trump.
Nearly one month after the firing of James Comey, President Trump names Christopher Wray as his top pick to lead the FBI.
In a series of tweets early Monday morning, President Trump seemed to imply his travel ban was designed to specifically target Muslims, which violates the Constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion.
In recent months, women from all 50 US states have begun to pursue paths toward running for public office. Many of these women claim that the election inspired them to get involved.
Illegal immigrant traffic across the US-Mexico border has come to a standstill. But a closer look reveals that, so far, the process for handling detained illegal immigrants hasn’t changed much since the new president took office.
A report leaked by Reality Winner suggests Russian military intelligence and their election-related hacking penetrated US voting software deeper than originally thought.
A conservative rally in Portland, Ore., on Sunday drew contentious counter protestors. The clash comes amid a wider debate in the US about the First Amendment as violent protests between far-right and far-left protesters have derailed appearances by controversial figures.
Once the emblem of middle-class whites, suburbs are America’s new melting pot, creating diversity but also tensions.
The Justice Department filed to the high court arguing that the lower courts that blocked the Trump policy made several mistakes, including relying on statements President Trump made during the 2016 campaign.
Breaking a three-year streak of ties, this year the annual national spelling bee had a sole champion.
President Trump announced his intention to withdraw the US from the Paris climate pact in the name of putting Americans first. The decision will likely result in increased domestic emissions and possible alienation of the US by international allies who support the pact.
Despite backlash from pro-Israeli supporters in the US and abroad, many global leaders approve of the decision to postpone the move to avoid turmoil before Palestinian-Israeli peace talks.
As memories of the last Great Recession fade, US employment statistics settle: The unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in a decade, but that may not bode well for pay growth.
A short 1980 letter published in NEJM said addiction wasn't a concern with powerful painkillers. The letter was frequently sourced in the ensuing decades by opiate manufacturers to convince more doctors of the same, leading to the drugs' widespread use.