After the U.S. ousted Saddam Hussein, many Iraqi Kurds hoped Western oil companies would bring them a better life. Not anymore.
A text message sent the day after the 2016 presidential election has some wondering if something is amiss at the FBI.
One year after Trump took office, the alt-right movement could be seen as more dangerous than ever.
A government shutdown went into effect after the Senate failed to pass a spending measure.
Bannon received a subpoena from Robert Mueller on Tuesday.
Trump hasn't defeated the media, but he has changed how Americans consume the news.
More American civilians have been killed by guns over the past decade than died in World War II.
The departure underscores the extraordinary consequences of the publication of Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff’s book about the turbulent Trump administration.
What did Trump and Pence really knew about the phone calls between Flynn and the Russian ambassador?
The protests in Iran may have blown up the president’s dream of shredding that country’s nuclear deal.
The president is in an extraordinary feud with an author—as well as with his former campaign manager.
Could the president's "voter fraud" panel become even stronger in death than in life? Critics are worried.
Some Trump loyalists were openly overjoyed to see Steve Bannon go under the proverbial bus. Others treaded cautiously.
Will two-time presidential hopeful Mitt Romney jump back into politics once more?
Here's some credit where credit is due.
Donald Trump’s repeated provocations may plunge the U.S. into a nuclear war. How much would it cost?
Senator-elect Doug Jones narrows the Republican Senate majority to 51-49. Does that mean he could kill the tax bill?
Republican Roy Moore was such a flawed candidate that he couldn't win even in deep-red Alabama.
Republican strategists say if elected, Moore would become an albatross to the party, and it could hand Democrats big victories in 2018.
In Yemen, Tehran-backed rebels have secretly struck Saudi Arabia dozens of times with long-range missiles—yet another sign that Iran is winning the proxy war over the Middle East.
A billion-dollar corruption trial in New York could imperil the Turkish government—and members of the Trump team.
The special counsel's request suggests, for the first time, that he's looking into whether Russian money laundering fostered the Trump Organization’s growth and development.
There’s a smash-and-grab underway in broad daylight, and it’s not at the Quikmart in Ferguson or Tom's Liquor at Normandie and Florence in L.A. It's in Washington.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has announced his first charges, but the investigations by lawmakers are mired in partisan politics.
From Roger Ailes to Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K. to Roy Moore and, yes, even Senator Al Franken, what we are looking at is a type of stunted boy/man whose outward bluster and surface machismo belie their root insecurity and impotence.
Republicans elected a president. Then their problems began.
The White House has called more than a dozen women who have made allegations of sexual misconduct against Trump "liars."
Fox was wildly successful before Trump, and has been in a swoon since he became president. But can too much love be fatal?
Each time new ties between the Trump campaign and foreign operatives are found, Vice President Mike Pence denies, denies, denies.
The reality about the role of people with serious mental illness in gun violence is being obscured or ignored by all sides in the ideological debates over gun control.