A failure to get his official portrait to federal agencies mirrors similar delays in President Donald Trump's administration.
The president criticized pharmaceutical executive Kenneth C. Frazier, who in his resignation statement said he was taking a "stand against intolerance and extremism."
Neil Buchanan writes that the Trump administration is ignominiously split on what to do.
Dubbed the Online Safety Modernization Act, the bill aims to combat the rise in online crimes that disproportionately affect women and girls.
An exclusive analysis shows an increase in legislative activity related to sanctuary jurisdictions, which comes as Trump has pushed back against such designations.
The proposal would bring better education options to over 600,000 children of military families.
The special counsel was known at the FBI for being strong-willed, with a very different leadership style to James Comey, sources tell Newsweek.
Kelly Schneider, 23, lured his victim with an offer of sex on the website Backpage.com, then kicked him to death with steel-toed boots.
His allies believe he's the country's best hope for exposing the truth about Russia's election tampering and possible collusion with Trump's people.
Trump and the GOP have left the most powerful nation in the world rudderless.
Republicans back legal recreational marijuana, but Attorney General Jeff Sessions has other ideas.
Courts in New York, Massachusetts, Virginia and Washington all issue emergency stays protecting travelers detained at U.S. airports.
Cities resisting Trump's policy could lose monies for pre-school programs, airport improvements, HIV prevention and more.
'We may be moving more to a more balanced policy with what sounds like more business-friendly regulation and possibly more fiscal support,' Fed governor says.
The boost risks a large budget deficit and increasing the government's debt burden.
Federal observers deployed to jurisdictions that the attorney general selected based on evidence of possible racial discrimination have been eliminated.
The Federal Election Commission has fined three "dark money" groups linked to the Kochs for failing to reveal the source of their funds.
U.S. interest rates expected to remain low as U.S. Commerce Department plans to release its final gross domestic product estimate for the first quarter of 2016.