FBI officials have reportedly said that parts of the testimony given by the agency's director to a Senate committee last week were inaccurate.
Police have arrested a man suspected of nine random killings and more shootings after a year-long chase.
The former acting U.S. attorney general’s testimony will reveal “who knew what when” about Flynn’s Russia contacts, says Senator Feinstein.
The former Secretary of State was critical of the current administration's approach to authoritarian leaders.
The former U.S. president said the sick and infirm need champions and praised the Democrats who first passed Obamacare.
Health care systems in developed countries around the world cost less than the U.S. system, Sanders pointed out.
Former diplomats and foreign policy experts tell Newsweek that Rex Tillerson's big changes are eroding America's power on the global stage.
Trump’s team claim he “won” even after getting less border wall funding than he wanted.
Pot advocates are calling on U.S. lawmakers to legalize the substance federally as support reaches an all-time high.
Teresa Manning, anti-abortion and contraception activist, will help steer teen pregnancy prevention and family planning policy.
The amendment would allow lawmakers and their staff to sidestep insurance that discriminates against their pre-existing conditions
U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to deliver plans to move ahead with the largest tax reductions since President Ronald Reagan.
U.S. embassy web pages advertised Trump's Florida resort as a "winter White House."
Senator Elizabeth Warren, however, gave the president with an “F” grade, saying his policies have given a "gut punch" to America's working families.
Donald Trump and his administration have made conflicting statements on the war in Ukraine since October last year.
His lawyers argue that to force rally organizers "to accept everyone" is a violation of their First Amendment rights.
The vast majority of that—as much as $65 million in exit packages—has gone to the men ousted from the network, with Bill O'Reilly reportedly getting a $25 million package.
Manafort told The New York Times that “there is nothing out of the ordinary about” the loans and that he is “confident anyone who isn’t afflicted with scandal fever will come to the same conclusion.”
Health inspectors found the violations two weeks before Japanese President Shinzo Abe ate there.
Trump said the U.S. “could have gone bigger” in terms of its military response but “thought this would be the appropriate first shot.”