When a reporter asked whether or not a Sharpie was used to alter the map, Trump replied, "I don't know, I don't know."
Most of the other Democratic candidates have released comparably ambitious climate change proposals, which include similar approaches as those Buttigieg is calling for.
Walmart announced just hours earlier that it would stop selling handgun ammunition and bullets for short-barrel rifles.
"That moment it started, I came out against the war at that moment," Biden told National Public Radio.
While it's unclear what exactly caused the 36-year-old to fail a background check, records indicate he had previously been arrested for evading arrest and criminal trespass in 2001.
U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Dustin B. Ard, 31, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, died Thursday from wounds he sustained during combat operations in Zabul, a southern Afghan province bordering Kandahar.
Applause swept through the crowd, which had begun to gather at 4 a.m. in order to secure entry to the event.
Reversing a Washington norm, gun control groups spent more on lobbying during the 2018 midterms than the NRA did
The Democrats' brief presented a stark picture of the politicization of the high court and described the dark money funded campaign to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
In response to a request for comment, Ackerman steadfastly denied the charges in a statement to Newsweek.
The Anti-Defamation League for New York and New Jersey described the video as part of an appeal "to anti-religious bigotry."
An American Speical Forces soldier was killed in Afghanistan Thursday as violence continues throughout the region amid ongoing peace negotiations between U.S. and Taliban officials.
Thursday's decision looms large over both gun-rights supporters and gun violence prevention advocates, who are both keeping watch on Capitol Hill as Congress reconvenes and considers new federal gun control legislation.
Top FBI officials used the words "surprised," "stunned," "shocked" and "disappointment" to describe Comey's external release of an unclassified memo.
The National Rifle Association is spending around $100,000 to abruptly relocate its board meeting to Washington, D.C., according to an e-mail sent by the NRA's General Counsel and Secretary John Frazer that was obtained by Newsweek.
NRA Secretary and General Counsel John Frazer informed the organization's board and executive council of the move Tuesday evening, according to a copy of his e-mail that was obtained by Newsweek.
All of the Democratic Party's top 2020 contenders would defeat President Donald Trump in the general election, according to a new poll.
A tear-stained federal courtroom on Tuesday oversaw the final stages of the prosecution of Jeffrey E. Epstein.
A packed U.S. courtroom on Tuesday oversaw the federal government's final attempts to hold Jeffrey Epstein to account now that the accused sex trafficker is deceased.
One of the women has also declared that she and her bomb-making collaborator are "citizens of the Islamic State," according to the FBI.
A recently released video, purportedly shot in 2010, appears to show Prince Andrew waving goodbye to Epstein while inside his Upper East Side mansion.
French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed Trump to Biarritz on Saturday for a tête-à-tête lunch before the full contingent of international leaders kicked off the working weekend.
The Trump administration filed a brief with the Supreme Court on Friday arguing that employers should be allowed to discriminate against, or even fire, their lesbian, gay and bisexual employees simply due to their sexual orientation.
James Dyer tweeted Thursday afternoon that, upon his arrival at LAX, a CBP officer "accused [him] of being part of the 'fake news media.'"
Political independents remain starkly opposed to the president, with 65 percent disapproving of the way he is handling his job.
In the wake of both shootings, Dr. Arthur Evans, CEO of the American Psychological Association, dismissed attempts to link mental health to America's gun violence epidemic.
The mayor was trying to extol the virtues of organized labor, though the defective connection overshadowed his appearance.
Among registered women voters, 62 percent in the survey opted for the Democratic candidate while just 30 percent selected Trump.
The threats contained a pair of laudatory comments about President Donald Trump, invoking him in furtherance of the genocidal language.