President Trump visited Alabama to support the Senate candidate Luther Strange.
Russian hackers attempted to scan Wisconsin’s election infrastructure to find access to voter registration databases.
An explainer of the controversy surrounding the social network Gab and how they were forced to ban neo-Nazi Weev over an anti-Semitic post.
Did the U.S. military just get attacked with fake news in East Asia?
Shocking video shows a Huntington Beach cop killing a man outside a 7-Eleven in California.
The lawsuit alleges police removed protesters' goggles and sprayed them in the eyes with mace, and that they made protesters delete photos and videos.
The Russia investigation and heavy turnover at the top have many staffers seeking a way out. "There is no joy in Trumpworld," an insider says.
The Louisiana senator has become the point person for Obamacare repeal. How he got here.
A woman who killed her son and another child claims she believed the children were possessed by demons.
Priebus got the boot, but about a half-dozen Trump-owned properties still enjoy the rare presidential follow.
A new directive from Naval Surface Forces sparks concern that some sailors aren't getting anywhere near enough sleep.
The California native dropped an emotion-filled album on Friday.
It is customary for the president and former FBI directors to attend installation ceremonies.
Tom Price's use of private chartered jets has been even more extensive than was initially reported.
Osteen even spoke at a Rosh Hashana service on Thursday: “It’s interesting how God can take something negative and turn it around and somehow bring good out of it.”
The address was the former FBI director's second public appearance since Trump fired him in May.
Opposition candidates in ten local councils in Moscow won the majority of seats.
How do you reach an asteroid? With a little help from a friend, of course.
America's view of Trump has changed very little since the U.S. presidential campaign.
The state doesn't want to scare its residents or the 8 million tourists who visit annually.
Neil Buchanan writes that policies directly addressing income and wealth inequality are being resisted.
“All law-abiding individuals must be free to walk down any street without fear of being hacked with a machete," Sessions says.
Trump is opposed by the international community, much of his own cabinet and prominent Republicans.
Trump is on the rise. Trump also remains in the basement.
New rules allows for strikes against “foot-soldier jihadists with no unique skills or leadership roles.”
Conflict with N. Korea would be both a military disaster and out of touch with the desires of the American public.
The North Korean leader personally threatened to "tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire.”
Seven out of every 10 respondents said they agreed with Trump's collaboration with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
The former aide also suggested that both he and Steve Bannon were still in contact with President Trump.
Salvatore Gravano was a crime underboss-turned-informant whose testimony brought down mob chiefs including John Gotti, the Teflon Don.