The officer, Greg Abbott, claims he was trying to get a nervous driver to comply.
"We saw what was in the president and the first lady’s hearts that day, not what was on their feet."
The ex-California attorney general has been dubbed the female Obama, spared no punches on Jeff Sessions and holds Trump to account.
The chairman of the Missouri Democratic Party, Stephen Webber, tweeted a call for Warren Love’s resignation.
Some businesses are charging up to $99 for a case of water, said Texas’s attorney general.
The president's pardoning of the highly controversial sheriff may energize progressive forces in a state whose demographics are moving away from the GOP.
Four U.S. Marine Corps’ F-35B Lightning II joined pilots from Japan and South Korea in a show of "ironclad commitment."
The cooperation is a sign the probe into Paul Manafort is intensifying.
A 1.5 mile zone around the plant has been evacuated.
The ruling puts a temporary block on parts of the law that aimed to force cities to comply with federal immigration authorities.
The two men barricaded themselves in and had a two-hour standoff with police.
The president has still not commented on whether he will accept Mexico's offer of aid.
The lawmakers said Trump's pardon of the former sheriff had suggested racial profiling was acceptable.
From a lost “Sharknado” role to unhappy beauty pageant contestants, he’s long had boss Donald Trump’s back.
FEMA's response to Hurricane Harvey will play out over days, weeks and even years. But when the next storm hits, will they have the money they need?
A spokesman for the Department of Defense tells Newsweek the notion Mattis is working to undermine Trump's agenda is "absolutely untrue."
“Dynasty,” “Roseanne,” “Will & Grace” and more will all see a second life this year.
There is not yet a formal plan, but what has been seen would disproportionately benefit the wealthy.
The stats Include which immigrants are eligible, what percentage of recipients have jobs and how much money could be lost if DACA gets slashed.
A majority of 58 percent polled by Pew Research Center said they did not have confidence President Donald Trump would make wise nuclear decisions.
The city says conditions of a Justice Department grant program are unconstitutional.
Fact-checking this statement means unpacking the three claims contained within it: that the U.S. has been talking to North Korea for 25 years, that the U.S. has been somehow financially supporting North Korea for 25 years, and that talks have been inconclusive.
The French satirical weekly has a controversial take on Hurricane Harvey.
Defenders claim a rollback would boost internet investment, while critics say it would erase the internet's level playing field.
A new human Lyme disease vaccine could be approved as early as next year.
The president’s former ethics chief has raised concerns.
Multiple experts have warned about the danger of Trump's attacks against freedom of the press and fact-based reporting.
Still, Republicans say they'd support a shutdown in order to get funding for the president's border wall.
The former Arizona sheriff later walked back his 2007 comments while giving testimony in a civil lawsuit.
The Supreme Court has already told Republicans in North Carolina they need to draw "constitutionally adequate districts."