Kim Phillips-Fein's new book "Fear City: New York's Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics" looks at what was lost when New York became a haven for the rich.
Three U.S. sailors, including the captain, had to be medically evacuated after the collision with a merchant ship three times the size of the Fitzgerald.
The National Endowment for the Arts announced its second round of 2017 grants, totaling $80.26 million for activities in all 50 states and five U.S. jurisdictions.
Biden isn’t a stranger to viral-ready gimmicks and off-the-cuff remarks.
Legal experts have expressed concern about the future implications of Friday’s involuntary manslaughter guilty verdict for Michelle Carter.
The actress said some aspects of the film were "deeply hurtful."
The criticism follows Coulter proclaiming she'll "jump ship" on Trump support.
The president unveils new U.S. policies on Cuba, cutting back on individual trips but still allowing family visits.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. is considering “some type of travel visa restriction” to the authoritarian state.
In a letter, Maryland's attorney general said prohibiting women from exposing their chest at the beach while allowing men to do so wasn't a violation of the Constitution.
The local Republican Party-sponsored event that sparked the demonstrations focused on “the threat of the global Islamic movement.”
The deputy attorney general reportedly told the Justice Department's No. 3 lawyer she might have to take over the Russia probe.
On June 16, 2015, Trump rode an escalator down to the lobby of Trump Tower in New York City and revealed he was running for president.
Under the island’s current status as a territory, residents are citizens, but they can’t vote in presidential elections.
Alex Jones says 9/11, the Sandy Hook shooting, the Boston Marathon bombing and others were “false flag” operations.
The U.S. has conflicts with Canada over lumber, steel and aluminum, aircraft sales, and dairy.
Oregon becomes the first state to allow a third gender option on drivers’ licences, while California debates the Gender Recognition Act.
Temperatures in the Golden State could reach as high as 122 degrees.
Almost a third of GOP respondents in a recent poll say the president is not level-headed.
Michelle Carter was accused of involuntary manslaughter for sending text messages urging her boyfriend to kill himself.
Why are conservatives uncomfortable that an onstage tyrant reminds them of Trump?
Jones says Kelly told him it would be a "softball profile" without questions about the Sandy Hook and Pizzagate conspiracy theories.
The confirmation arrived after months of outright denial from the president.
Citizen Four team say Assange displays the very autocratic tendencies he complains about.
The Russia inquiry includes investigators experienced in money laundering, campaign finance violations and organized crime in Eastern Europe.
During talks with “associates and allies,” Trump has randomly said, without any one asking, “I’m not under investigation.”
Six top experts explain why they have resigned from Trump’s advisory panel on HIV.
Polling shows a direct correlation. Voters hate the tweets
American drone strikes are strengthening Al Shabaab's case.
Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat in the House, criticized some Republicans who have blamed the shooting on the left.