In the Republican race Ed Gillespie's narrow victory against former Trump state campaign chairman Corey Stewart shows the president's enduring appeal among GOP voters in a state where Democrats have won every statewide election since 2009.
Michigan health official Nick Lyon could face up to 15 years in prison for 'failing to alert the public' about lead contamination of the Flint water supply.
Democrats in the Senate and House filed a lawsuit against President Trump Wednesday. Nearly 200 plaintiffs allege that he has violated the Constitution by remaining invested in the Trump Organization, which means he could benefit financially from foreign governments.
During his testimony, Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied collusion with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential election and denounced suggestion his recommendation to fire James Comey had to do with the Russian probe.
House majority whip Steve Scalise was shot while on second base during a congressional baseball practice Wednesday morning. He remains in stable condition at George Washington University Hospital.
The White House’s expected revision of former President Barack Obama’s policies on US-Cuba relations has sparked opposition from young Cuban-Americans and US companies that have vested interests on the communist island.
Senate Democrats and Republicans agreed Monday that Russia's destabilizing involvement in Ukraine, Crimea, Syria, and the US election justified creating and reinforcing sanctions against 'corrupt Russian actors.'
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommended Monday to return the federally protected Bears Ears National Monument in Utah to the control of the state. A coalition of Western tribes resists this recommendation to lose protections on the 'lands they consider sacred.'
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions prepares to answer questions Tuesday posed by the Senate Intelligence Committee. The event is expected to further shed light on former FBI Director James Comey’s firing and Russia’s involvement in the 2016 US presidential election.
After remaining in New York for five months after President Trump's inauguration, Melania and Barron Trump have arrived in Washington. With her presence in the White House, many expect Mrs. Trump will continue to raise her profile as first lady.
In the 50 years since the landmark Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia, Americans have increasingly dated and married across racial and ethnic lines. But many interracial couples say they still face racism and violence.
A successful program helping displaced immigrant families with a fear of returning to their home countries is shut down. The Trump administration has other priorities for the fiscal budget.