Former U.S. officials say Scaramucci's recent comments indicate a breakdown in the democratic norms of the White House.
Poland is removing all statues and memorials to totalitarian regimes, including those to Soviet soldiers.
The ban came into effect on Sunday.
Before the state of Washington existed, the governor of the territory granted himself a pardon to avoid punishment for contempt of court.
The woman said she only realized the bullets were in her bag after she arrived at an airport in Tokyo.
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski accused Trump of hanging a damaging article over their heads unless they apologized to him.
The offer, extended to "sodomites" and "perverts," seems like a publicity stunt but the channel insist it is "no joke."
An exclusive analysis shows an increase in legislative activity related to sanctuary jurisdictions, which comes as Trump has pushed back against such designations.
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have such laws, and more than a dozen states are considering them.
Invoking an apartheid era law to escape accountability is a misguided move that will ask far more questions of the president than it avoids.
To fill appointments, Trump keeps turning to the law firm Kasowitz, Benson, Torres and Friedman, which has represented him for years.
Vermont could be the third East Coast state with a recreational marijuana program if the governor signs the bill into law.
The "triple talaq" rule allows Muslim men to divorce their wife without notice and activists say it is discriminatory.
Representative Rod Blum didn't like a television reporter's questions. So he left the interview.
Donald Trump's former national security adviser didn't receive permission as a former military officer for the 2015 trip, House Oversight chair says.
Gorsuch may be as conservative as Scalia, but he is not Scalia.
The Florida House passed a bill that would force the state to prove a shooter acted unlawfully before it brings a case to trial.