"This is not about the board, it's about the teacher and everybody wants to side on the poor little woman who got thrown out," the school board president said.
Emergency alerts for the dangerous mudslides in California were sent to cell phones after they began in Montecito County.
The retail giant's CEO is thanking tax reform for "the opportunity to be more competitive globally."
Trump campaign advisers Paul Manafort and Rick Gates are alleged to have bilked a Russian tycoon with ties to both President Vladimir Putin and the Russian mafia out of millions of dollars.
Carrier struck a deal with President Donald Trump to save some jobs, but the company's operations are still moving to Mexico.
The House may vote on reauthorizing the legislation Thursday.
President Donald Trump tweeted out a poll seemingly without realizing that it shows more Americans give Obama credit for the economy.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has said it is “not considering a regulatory change that would force H-1B visa holders to leave the United States.”
One of the co-authors of the amendment believes impeaching President Trump is a far stronger means of removing him from office.
U.S. Senator John Thune asked Apple CEO Tim Cook for answers about why old iPhones are deliberately slowed down.
At least 50 women have taken legal action against the Department of Corrections for the unlawful encounters.
Or you can chill in a more humble abode modeled after Winterfell.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has recommended charges against the dossier author, Christopher Steele, and the House Intelligence Committee is interviewing witnesses.
We know who killed three people and maimed 260 more five years ago at the Boston Marathon. But whoever built the bombs that ripped apart so many lives is still out there.
Missouri's Republican governor has apologized after a broadcast accused him of blackmail.
The Portland could test and indefinitely sail with the next-generation laser weapon bolted onto it.
Trump's chief of staff issued the ban over fears of information leaks.
In heated exchange with a CNN anchor, Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz argued the Steele dossier doesn't corroborate collusion claims.
Both the U.S. and Canada have been investigating what caused dozens of workers in Havana to be struck by similar symptoms, including hearing loss, dizziness, and nausea.
The listening session is expected to include only politicians and religious and nonprofit leaders from the right and is not expected to include discussion on topics like prison conditions or sentencing reform.
The Ohio man infected thousands of computers with malware to spy on his victims.
He has said Congress should examine all presidential birth certificates because he still thinks Obama's is a forgery.
House members also plan on wearing black to signify solidarity with survivors.
The U.S.S. Little Rock has been caught out by the freezing weather that has battered the U.S.
The president could not help talking about his former rival despite Conway's bizarre claim.
Scott Pruitt's travel is facing scrutiny once more.
A four-level alert system places five Mexican states in the same category as Somalia or Afghanistan.
Federal agents raided 20 locations in California, where "birth tourists" were staying in luxury buildings.
A form on the GOP’s website offers people the chance to “be flown out to Palm Beach and have dinner with President Trump.”
The woman died Tuesday after being mauled.