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President Trump wanted a freeze on U.S. military assistance to Ukraine until it launched investigations into the Bidens, writes John Bolton.
The NBA great, who died Sunday, was an inspiration to current players. In retirement he boosted women’s sports, and won an Academy Award in 2018.
President Donald Trump becomes the first sitting president to attend March for Life, the nation's annual anti-abortion rally, in Washington.
Are au pairs important to diplomacy, or low-wage workers who deserve more? Debate ensues as host families struggle with legally mandated higher costs.
A growing number of Americans express reservations that openness to diversity is “essential to who we are as a nation,” according to Pew research.
Australian Open women's tennis championship serves up two surprises: 15-year-old Coco Gauff beats Japan's Naomi Osaka; Serena Williams is out.
A coalition of attorneys general is arguing that the Commerce Department lacks the power to keep blueprints for so-called "Ghost Guns" offline.
Republicans, after hours of impeachment proceedings, continue to say the president's actions were appropriate. The defense begins Saturday.
A clampdown on access during impeachment has reporters scrambling for comments from lawmakers, many of whom have taken to posting Twitter videos.
Racial disparities have declined dramatically since 2000, a recent criminal justice report finds. Here, several charts and maps show the progress.
Democratic prosecution began laying out their argument Wednesday against President Donald Trump in efforts to sway senators and the American public.
Egil Krogh, a Watergate ‘plumber’ who passed away this week, served time in prison for his role in the burglary and cover up before going on to teach and lecture on ethics.
Latest restrictions from the Trump administration will prevent pregnant women from obtaining visas solely to give birth in the United States.
With permission to build on U.S. land, TC Energy intends to begin mobilizing construction machinery to Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska next month.
Stark differences in style belie a shared focus on winning that has bolstered their relationship, now facing a critical test in the impeachment trial.
Sanders pushes toward top of the Democratic presidential pack in Iowa, California, and nationally. But many in the party fret he’d fail to beat Trump.
Republican senators hold the line and refuse to yield to demands from Democrats to call witnesses to President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Scores of women in Hollywood accused Harvey Weinstein of rape and sexual misconduct in 2017, spurring the #MeToo movement. His trial begins today.
Utah, one of the most conservative states in the country, now joins 18 other states in banning conversion therapy for LGBTQ children.
The Senate isn’t likely to remove President Trump. But the trial is important because of the political messages it may send in an election year.
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