If President Trump is indeed guilty of some sort of obstruction of justice, he should be particularly worried at the news that former White House communications director Hope Hicks is cooperating with the House Judiciary Committee’s investigation of her former boss.
To run or not to run? Despite leading a dozen announced Democratic 2020 presidential candidates in the polls, former Vice President Joe Biden is again dragging out a decision on a presidential run, repeatedly teasing that he is close to making up his mind.
The World War I memorial cross in Bladensburg, Md., isn’t going anywhere. That was clear from the oral argument in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association. The Supreme Court may even be unanimous that the cross can stay on public land.
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 are organizing the campaign workers for Sen. Bernie Sanders', I-Vt., presidential campaign, but they are not endorsing his bid.
Relying on wasteful spending is no way to run the world's greatest military.
The admissions cheating scandal at some of America’s universities is only the iceberg’s tip in post-secondary education.
House Democrats next week will pass legislation that would force companies to report wage data to the government, so officials can see whether men and women are being paid equally for the same work.
John Hickenlooper, the former Colorado governor now vying to be the Democratic 2020 presidential nominee, believes the federal government should have a minimal role in the marijuana trade.
Former White House communications director and longtime Trump associate Hope Hicks said Wednesday that she is entirely prepared to cooperate with congressional Democrats on their investigation into Trump's alleged obstruction of justice, according to a new report.
Barron Trump, the youngest of President Trump's children, turned 13 years old Wednesday.
Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., shot back at Laura Ingraham in a lengthy series of tweets Wednesday night after the Fox News host and guest Joe diGenova joked about the way she pronounces her name.
Former Fox News journalist Diana Falzone is reportedly cooperating with Congress over allegations that the network tried to stop her from reporting on Stormy Daniels during the 2016 election.