Good news if you prefer windbreakers in January — not so much if you’re concerned about the fate of the planet.
Virginia Democrats are haunted by Trump’s 2016 win. But they’re also bugged by the turnout falloff that nearly beat them in 2013 and 2014.
A seven-month study of the effects of police body cams in Washington, D.C., provided surprising results.
“We don’t want violence,” one of the men told local media. “But at the end of the day, we’re not opposed to defending ourselves.”
The GOP is bending to the right-to-life movement in an effort to deny a woman in federal custody the right to choose.
Should Democrats abandon incremental approaches to health care?
Despite the risks associated with the exhaustion, Pyongyang is unlikely to give the site a break.
House GOP ends its tough talk about spending and deficits in a rush to cut taxes.
It’s too bad Paul Ryan is a powerless comedian rather than some kind of high-ranking federal officeholder.
The first ad asks viewers to “demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment.”
The left increasingly sees any distinction between citizens and noncitizens as racist — and that will only benefit President Trump.
She said he escaped punishment, but that doesn’t “revise the historical facts.”
In separate speeches on Thursday, the two former presidents aired their grievances with the current occupant of the White House.
It looks like they’ll avoid a conference committee too, so now they can get started on the hard part of the tax reform process.
He personally interviewed U.S. attorney candidates in jurisdictions where cases against him or his businesses might arise.
If the recent Alabama primary is any indication, it’s possible neither the president nor his former confidant is going to make much of a difference.
The American people, according to a recent poll, do not agree.
Madrid prepares to bring Catalonia under its direct control, a move it has never undertaken in the history of its democracy.
Trump “expressed his condolences in the best way he could,” the White House chief of staff said.