Speaking in front of a packed house in San Francisco, Hillary Clinton criticized the Republican administration and weighed in on recent events.
In conferences and forums around Washington last week, hacked emails and election influencing were not on the agenda. Rather, the talk centered on strategic stability, terrorism, and other areas of mutual interest that undergird US-Russia relations.
President Trump signed an "Energy Independence" executive order at the EPA Tuesday. He wants to scrap the Clean Power Plan, which calls on states to reduce electric-utility emissions that scientists say are changing Earth’s climate.
Leaders of so-called sanctuary cities across the US are vowing to intensify their fight against President Trump's promised crackdown.
Chairman Devin Nunes is facing calls to step down from an investigation of alleged ties between President Trump's associates and Russian officials after it was revealed that he met secretly with a source last week at the White House.
Republicans are likely to be more unified on tax cuts than on health care, but President Trump and Speaker Ryan still face formidable challenges to push their package through.
President Trump is set to announce a new White House office run by Jared Kushner that will seek to introduce ideas from the private sector to government.
Infowars owner and conservative talk show host Alex Jones issued an apology Friday for spreading a theory about illicit activity by a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant. Will this make readers, and propagandists, take caution?
Democrats in the House and Senate recently introduced legislation that would require President Trump's administration to publish visitor logs.
Some of the new vetting guidelines sent by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson were later withdrawn. One big change includes mandatory social media checks for anyone who has ever entered territory occupied by the Islamic State militant group.