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A quiz to test your knowledge of the birth of the United States.
The president tweeted out a song of worship written around his campaign slogan by the First Baptist Dallas megachurch.
At least 235,000 people are employed by the marijuana industry, according to a new report.
The former first daughter has spent the past six months interning, traveling and protesting.
Only a third of Republicans think that one can criticize the president to non-Americans and still be considered an American patriot.
America's largest homes, nicknamed McMansions, are helping to fuel a housing bubble similar to the one that precipitated the 2008 financial crisis.
There was a double-digit increase in hate crimes in the state for a second year running.
Despite reaching a settlement over a lawsuit against Trump University, the president could yet face further action.
The author had claimed he was in a medically induced coma for 11 days.
Jamie Horowitz's abrupt dismissal Monday was just the latest exit for a parent company that's faced scandals over its work culture for more than a year.
Attacking the media won’t reopen steel factories or quell the opioid crisis.
There are roughly 11,000 black people in all of South Dakota, or about 2 percent of the state's population.
More than 75 percent of people said they would like the president to continue with his social media use.
The National Safety Council estimates that nearly 600 people will die in car crashes from Friday evening to Tuesday at midnight.
The Boston Globe reported that "at least nine people have been injured."
The pop star was in Israel for a scheduled performance at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park.
Trump spoke about blocking the AT&T-Time Warner merger as a candidate but seems fine with 'too much concentration of power' as president.
There will be much scrutiny of the first meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin later this week.
"It is sad when people try to further their own agenda by commenting on me and my family, especially when they don't know me," Melania Trump said.
Donald Trump took a loss to Obama where it really hurts him this week: His Twitter account.
The former presidential candidate received a warm welcome from the theater audience.
The president’s first-quarter pay, $78,333.32, was donated to the National Park Service.
Only two of the president's 71 tweets from his personal account in June had anything to do with White House policy.
Nobody was hurt in the confrontation, but it was bananas.
Russia has warned it could soon impose reciprocal sanctions on the United States unless its diplomatic properties are returned.
A recent bill designed to create an “oversight” committee to impeach the president is the latest Democratic effort to remove him from office.
For 5,000 years a few Indian monks practiced yoga. Now 2 billion practice it worldwide.
The president's chief political strategist reportedly proposed increasing income taxes on the country's wealthiest.
Many of the facts and statistics he cites are distorted, misguided, or flat out incorrect.