After the U.S. accused Syria of planning another chemical attack against rebels, Russia called such claims "unacceptable."
The president, the attorney general and the White House press secretary claimed the U.S. Supreme Court reached a unanimous decision on the travel ban Monday. That is incorrect.
IBM, Hewlett-Packard and others say they have offered source codes for review, but in secure areas.
The Democratic House minority leader is under fire within her own party after failing to pick up seats in Georgia and South Carolina.
Watching television for 30 hours or more per week could lead to less lower body strength, the University of Queensland study discovered.
The Republican senators working on the Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill have received hundreds of thousands in campaign contributions from the two big lobbies.
The Fox News anchor claimed the media and "deep state" are trying to subvert the president.
Tim Gionet, who goes by Baked Alaska on Twitter, says his bodyguard was assaulted and stabbed nine times after leaving a pro-Trump event.
The president's pick to replace James Comey represented an American client facing scrutiny from the Russian government.
The secretary of state's three-point plan calls for working with Russia on several issues including, surprisingly, cybersecurity.
The president's work on taxes and regulations have helped the economy grow, Wilbur Ross said in an interview Monday morning.
“We’re starting to waste tens of millions of dollars of taxpayer money on this endeavor. And if there’s something there, let’s hear about it,” Conway said.
The country’s economy could take a huge hit if the House version of Trumpcare passes the Senate, a study found.
Co-host Mika Brzezinski and Representative Mark Sanford each put at least some blame for Wednesday's shooting on the president.
Golden State's do-it-all forward suggested it was possible the president could be out of office before the NBA champions' possible visit.
There are worries that Republicans are leaning more toward the middle, angering senators who prefer the House's more conservative version.