“I shouldn’t have done that,” Trump told aides after sending out Sean Spicer to dispute crowd size reports, book claims.
The new law does not legalize trade of the drug.
The four-term congressman is subject of an investigation after a damning report.
"We don't know why it was deleted," said Daniels’s representative. "There wasn't anything profound on it."
Louis Scarcella was once a well-respected detective, known for cracking tough cases. Now he’s accused of fabricating confessions, among other things.
ISIS could be helped by a string of Turkish military strikes against Kurdish groups in northern Syria, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned Tuesday.
Senators needed a tool to prevent Republicans and Democrats from talking over each other during debates.
"Fake news. I’m coming to gun you all down," Brandon Griesemer said.
The White House counselor was debating the government shutdown with CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
So what did Vladimir Putin get for all his meddling in the U.S. election? Not so much...so far.
Parts of the U.S. and Canada have been issued tsunami warnings after the 8.0-magnitude quake.
"We will never forget the names of EVERY single liberal obstructionist responsible for this disgusting shutdown," a Trump campaign email said.
Jurors were asked to consider whether Clarke's Facebook posts about Black infringed on his freedom of speech.
The couple are celebrating 13 years since their wedding in 2005, which was attended by 350 guests.
The first lady will not join the president in the Swiss Alps following the couple’s 13th wedding anniversary.
After Christopher Wray’s threat, the attorney general apparently backed off from his call to fire Andrew McCabe.
Trump's ratings “might be yet worse were it not for sharply improved economic sentiment,” the poll report states.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the house parties to be held in big cities and small towns.
The man trained with an Al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria.
"I’ve got another nut job here who thinks he’s running things,” Trump lamented to a friend about the four star Marine general.
Vermont became the ninth state to legalize marijuana use, but did so in an unprecedented way.
California began accepting applications for new identification cards Monday that will eventually be mandatory across the U.S.
"We were one of the very few White House offices that were not political," said the head of the Obama administration's comment line during the last government shutdown.
The two parents said they were going to "sow those wild oats," a relative said.
The Senate has voted to temporarily end the government shutdown, here are the winners and losers of the deal.
The gas rig was much larger than an oil rig.
The Senate has foregone providing deportation relief for hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the country as minors—for now.
A city that often embodies the proverb "time is money" may soon charge drivers contributing to gridlock.
Senior administration officials said Trump is known to use an Indian accent when imitating Modi at Oval Office meetings.
One Carnival Elation passenger sent her mom a text saying "there was blood everywhere."