According to a survey, 42 percent of Americans back Trump's impeachment, while 42 percent oppose it.
While CNN's credibility rating among voters isn't great, it's well ahead of the president's rating.
The Islamic State militant group killed an activist from California, a U.S. Army veteran from New York and another YPG volunteer from the U.K.
Responses to a recent Gallup Poll are almost the exact opposite of the responses in 2005.
For most Americans going to work actually isn't so bad.
A majority of Americans think the president is interfering with the Russia investigation, and 61 percent think he fired James Comey to protect himself.
Climate change has a lot of Americans really worried.
There's even evidence of some regret among Trump voters.
The president claimed he was planning to fire FBI director Comey regardless of the DOJ's advice. But the majority of Americans do not approve of Trump's decision.
A one-question Rasmussen survey found only 31 percent of Americans believe their compatriots can find leader Kim Jong Un's country.
"It's very rare that the United States prohibits travel to a country. We don't take a nanny-state approach."
A Harvard poll out Tuesday found that only about a third of 18- to 29-year-olds said they approved of Donald Trump's job performance so far.
A new survey found a majority of Americans are pretty confident President Donald Trump is equipped to decide the next steps in Syria.
Wikileaks dump reveals the spy agency didn't inform companies of potential exploits in their products.
Roughly 564,800 Americans die each year from cancer, or more than 1,500 people a day.
The U.S. has settled a modest number of Syrians in locations carefully chosen for community support.
When the going gets tough, Americans used to get up and go. Not today they don't.
Congressmen demand data as they debate the merits of NSA's Section 702 authority, intended for foreigners.
Essential "Newsweek" articles about Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, ahead of their only debate.