A Washington-based Antifa leader explained why the group uses violence to combat Nazis and other hate groups.
The Treasury secretary's Kentucky jaunt with his wife last month came under fire after he used a government plane.
Only Kim Jong Un and his inner circle have reason to celebrate North Korea's founding Saturday.
Irma and Jose are moving up the Atlantic seaboard, while Katia tracks along the Mexican gulf coast.
The ex-Democratic presidential nominee's comments concerned children coming to the U.S. alone.
The North's sole ally said Thursday it agreed the United Nations should take action following the latest nuclear test.
A federal complaint accuses WFAN New York's Craig Carton of using investments to pay off gambling debts and other investors.
Voters in the key battleground state overwhelmingly disapprove of Trump overall.
The Russian president said sanctions on North Korea are “useless and ineffective.”
A state representative employed a version of the president's famous "Make America great again" slogan in his death penalty push.
The process by which the Trump International Hotel in Washington obtained its lease is now under scrutiny by two federal agencies.
After North Korea's latest missile test, Japan asked the U.S. to call for even more economic sanctions against Kim Jong Un's regime.
The former Arizona sheriff later walked back his 2007 comments while giving testimony in a civil lawsuit.