Weld, the former Massachusetts governor challenging Donald Trump, has a lot to say—and he isn't shy about saying it/
A staunch ally of pro-democracy Russians, McFaul is only the second U.S. ambassador to be declared persona non grata by the Russian government.
Since the 2016 election, Senator Mark Warner has been Silicon Valley's most active and vocal watchdog on Capitol Hill.
The race to the moon galvanized a nation in turmoil. Can we do it again? Space travelers Charlie Duke, Michael Collins, Al Worden and Russell Schweickart talk about their historic missions.
Prior experience not required: With federal agencies overwhelmed, private citizens have taken on the job of aiding migrants seeking to stay in the U.S.
In the Newsweek interview, the House Intelligence Committee chairman talks about the reforms that America needs to enact now.
With a new memoir, former Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards offers lessons for a new generation of abortion activists.
A new class of fiery progressives is taking Congress by storm. But some Democrats worry their own party is the one that could feel the burn.
Despite apparent contradictions, a senior administration spokesperson said that "the president's statements on this topic have been 100 percent consistent."
Feminist author Carol Gilligan analyzes the political theater of President Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Vice President Mike Pence.
The U.S. military is already grappling with a seasonal uptick in complaints about unconstitutional Christian iconography and symbols popping up at bases—especially in Muslim countries.
Millions of dollars collected by congressional "leadership PACs" have been splashed out on lavish entertainment, according to a petition to the Federal Election Commission.
The new book "Golden Handcuffs" looks at Ivana, Marla, Melania and Ivanka—the women who've influenced Donald Trump and been shaped by him.
New York's Empire State Building will be among 20 iconic towers around the globe to cut their lights by half on Monday or Tuesday night.
Two directors—Michael Moore and Jim Stern—offer powerful indictments of President Trump. Both predicted he would win.