Jordanian cooperation has been pivotal to the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State militant group (ISIS).
Destroying hazardous waste out in the open is banned in the U.S. One glaring exception: the military.
What would have been the marginal benefit of some secret communication?
Why do voters oppose a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants?
Carlson brought a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
"There is something wrong with this picture," she said.
Ahmad Khan Rahimi is accused of shooting at police to avoid arrest, but his lawyer claims the shots were not intended to kill.
The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee added that "risking sources and methods is inexcusable."
The move could put the U.S. automaker on a collision course with President Donald Trump, who has made boosting auto employment a top priority.
A growing number of Republicans back calls for an independent inquiry into alleged collusion during the 2016 election.
Laci Green calls herself “the very pinnacle of a social justice warrior.”
The mainstream media hasn't covered a class action lawsuit charging the DNC with election fraud.
The Washington Post reports that Trump shared information so sensitive that its disclosure could threaten future operations against ISIS.
If you bet $100 on Kim Kardashian and she somehow wins the presidency in 2020, you'd make a cool $55,000.
The former president said leaders are often praised for taking military action and criticized for failing to do so. He maintains his decision not to order airstrikes in Syria was the right one.
“Mandatory minimum sentences have unfairly and disproportionately incarcerated too many minorities for too long,” Paul said in a CNN op-ed.
The White House press secretary took many questions, but for the most part refused to answer them.
The Sunday message focuses on the new Republican vision of health care—and directly contradicts Trump's actions so far.
At least one federal official was turned away from P.S. 58 in New York City after seeking information about a fourth-grader.
The woman was allegedly shot in the head by her boyfriend in a domestic dispute that took place in Queens, New York, on Mother's Day morning.
On Mother’s Day, Patricia Smith, now 17, traveled to Camp Justice in Guantanamo Bay, where Al-Qaeda operative Walid bin Attash is attending pretrial hearings.
The whistleblower says the agency failed to warn Microsoft about the vulnerability until too late.
The president doesn't read much news online—making it easier for staff to slip him stories from outlets with dubious track records.
Trump outlined a 10-point plan to reform the Department of Veterans' Affairs during his campaign. But four months into his presidency, many of the pledges are yet to be addressed.
A new Channel 4 film, “Ivanka Trump: America’s Real First Lady?,” investigates just how far Ivanka’s Trump card will take her.
Just 29 percent of women have "quite a lot" of confidence in the future of the United States, according to a Pew Research poll.
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California, Irvine Law School, has joined other prominent attorneys in filing suit against Trump for his alleged breach of the emoluments clause.
The moral dimensions of the waste must increasingly be considered at the international level. We cannot simply step back and hope global market mechanisms will solve the problem
These old tweets might be just as awkward as Sean Spicer's misstatements.
Activists argue that a danger to WikiLeaks “is a threat to all free journalism.”