The salacious dossier on Trump's alleged links to Russia is being treated far more seriously than initially thought.
The budget will take over $150 billion away from SNAP, a program that helps low-income people keep food on the table.
Weinstein co-founded film studio the Weinstein Company in 2005 with his brother.
Kris Kobach tried to change federal voter registration laws to include proof-of-citizenship requirements as he imposed in Kansas.
A report released Friday also shows gunman James Hodgkinson cased out the baseball field for months and had videos of the field on his cell phone.
Police are left with more questions than answers.
Vice President Mike Pence kept it on message and camera ready during a visit to the storm-decimated islands.
Alcohol, caffeine and the migraine medication topiramate intoxication were deemed “significant contributing factors” to her passing.
The Christopher Columbus statue at Columbus Square is being placed under 24-hour watch.
The deaths of these soldiers highlights America's increasing role in the fight against terrorism in Africa.
Presidents get about $200,000 per year after they leave office, and unlimited work expenses. Many earn millions in speaking fees and book deals.
The international community has repeatedly condemned nuclear weapons as illegal, but nuclear-armed nations aren’t relenting.
"I think the president is the one that's keeping the world from chaos," White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Friday.
Researchers have studied criminal behavior and genetics for more than a century, and the findings are sometimes controversial.
The "Access Hollywood" tape came out almost exactly one year ago.
The Satanic Temple believes that "one’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone," and "beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world."
"He knows country musicians or country music fans are normally pro-god and go to church on Sundays. Maybe he has a problem with that, or had a problem with that."
Donald Trump's daughter surpasses other famous figures such as "Wonder Woman"’s Gal Gadot and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out?” a GOP congressman said about the idea of George Soros's involvement in Charlottesville.
Millard Public Schools pulls speaker from scheduled talk this week after local Anti-Defamation League notifies school of bullying of Jewish students.
After the film producer was accused of sexual misconduct, top Democrats are sending his campaign donations to nonprofits dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence.
The school tried to prevent Spencer's visit and was threatened with a lawsuit
Donald Trump is setting another approval rating record.
After Chief of Staff John Kelly's phone was deemed "compromised," the Secret Service sent around a memo detailing a new policy in the West Wing.
Trump’s budget would end all U.S. support for family planning in developing countries.
His tweet betrays a president in a blinding rage over the Russia investigation.
A portion of the internet is upset because a game promotes killing virtual Nazis in a virtual America with a play on Trump's slogan.
During a radio interview, Chan said "Rush Hour 4" would only happen if Tucker agreed.
Hawaii was the first state to file a legal challenge against both versions of Trump’s travel ban, delaying their nationwide implementation.
Wayne LaPierre said Hollywood was teaching gun irresponsibility to the American public.