One Latina worker said she was called a particular anti-Latino racist slur "more in the last week than in her entire life."
The Grand Canyon-like gap between the two parties on how to address the struggling economy has persisted for months. Only this time, the election is just 39 days away and a fierce partisan battle over a Supreme Court vacancy is consuming Congress.
It is rare for members of the Big Four—the top leaders in both chambers—to miss such historic and significant ceremonies at the Capitol, particularly for those who lie in state.
He'll win the Latino vote—but will it be enough to win in November?
Leaders in both parties are batting down the opportunity to trounce the impasse, refusing to return to the negotiating table and use a bipartisan proposal as the starting point for compromise.
Alwyn Cashe rescued six troops from a burning vehicle during an enemy attack while his body was engulfed in flames, but current federal law renders him ineligible for the award because more than five years have elapsed since his actions.
While eight women have accused Joe Biden of inappropriate touching, 15 women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct since the 1970s.
Trump's disgraced ex-lawyer and fixer said that the president's "wealth is not as significant" as he claims.
The tweet features a 2015 image of Biden comforting the wife of then-Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.
The bear was killed and the dead man has been identified as Patrick Madura, of Elgin, Illinois.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff told the BBC that the marriage works for the first couple.
Burnout in therapists and psychiatrists is not new, but there is something different with COVID-19. Therapists should be prioritizing themselves, too, or there is a risk of becoming depressed and also needing treatment.
The White House has pushed back against Michael Cohen's claims, describing him as "a disgraced felon and disbarred lawyer, who lied to Congress."
Rep. David Cicilline officially threw his hat into the ring on Thursday, notifying his Democratic colleagues in a letter first obtained by Newsweek that he will be seeking their support for the No. 4-ranked spot in the House.
Melania Trump dismisses her former friend's secret recordings as "delusional and malicious gossip" in a tweet on Thursday.
Winston Wolkoff said that she can back up everything in her book "Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady."
American fishing vessels encountered Russian military drills off the coast of Alaska on Wednesday and were reportedly ordered to leave the area.
Democrats concerned about a tightening electoral map in battleground states have new worries in the recently reliably blue state of Nevada, one they fear could be the Michigan of 2020 as a surprise target for President Donald Trump.
Melania Trump may be the first woman to break through the chatter at the Republican National Convention (RNC) this week, but she won't be the only one. The Trump campaign has chosen several women for prominent roles in making the case for a second term for the president.
The mother of two was on a phone call to her father when she was attacked and killed by a black bear.
The city in Wisconsin has become the latest flashpoint for unrest after a video circulated online showing Kenosha Police shooting Blake, a Black man, in the back.
The first lady's Rose Garden refurbishment effort drew widespread criticism online over the weekend, after photos revealed the plaza's iconic crab apple trees and colorful flowers were removed.
The first lady released photos of the White House garden's completed refurbishment on Saturday. Many took issue with its sparing design.
Prisoners and a correctional officer claim that prison administrators encouraged inmates to threaten one another.
University of Connecticut's administration officials removed several students from campus housing for their involvement in a party that violated the school's virus mitigation requirements.
Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon is one of four people charged with criminal fraud for funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the "We Build the Wall" fund.
Dairy and soybean farmer Rick Telesz says that though he's a registered Democrat, he voted for Donald Trump in 2016, in hopes that Trump would "look after the working man."
The two incidents involved young students making racially offensive gestures and a teenager posing in a picture with Martin Luther King.