Republican candidates rush to fill the senate seat left open by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Alabama has long served as a GOP mainstay but will growing opposition to the president open a path for democrats?
Groups ranging from college professors to clergy to activists gathered to resist a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend.
Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford urged a peaceful resolution with North Korea but also backed up the president's statement that the US is 'locked and loaded.'
Critics are frustrated with the President's failure to explicitly condemn the actions of white supremacist groups in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.
Increased participation – and acceptance – means any new GOP attempt to address problems with the Affordable Care Act would be unlikely to achieve deep Medicaid cuts.
Can kids be encouraged to let go of the virtual world – occasionally – and engage in the real one? Can they stop posting selfies long enough to think of someone else? The answer is yes. But there are bound to be some anxious moments for parents along the way.
President Trump is backing an Obama-era initiative which incentivizes private companies to innovate defense tech, but some members of Congress question the initiative’s efficacy.
Sanctions imposed on Venezuela Wednesday have yet to materialize following complaints from US oil industry leaders, though debate swirls over whether or not the sanctions will actually have a significant impact on the US economy.
A nonpartisan study released Thursday found mixed signals from President Trump and failed health-care reform in the Senate contributed to insurance premium increases forecasts across the country.
In the spirit of Trump's anti-establishment campaign promises, incumbent politicians find new challengers from those claiming to be faithful to the president's 'America first' vision.
President Trump may be tweeting about 'fire and fury,' but Secretary of State Rex Tillerson assures that a nuclear attack from North Korea remains unlikely.
With low confidence in Washington’s peacekeeping abilities, Guam residents are growing nervous about North Korea, though experts say there is no imminent threat to the island.