It's actually the law of the land, and some groups want it to get stricter.

Watch: Fire ants clump in floodwaters left by Tropical Storm Cindy

Colonies of fire ants were spotted clumped together and moving through floodwaters left by Tropical Storm Cindy in Galveston Island, Tex., and Mandeville, La.

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A recent scientific study explored the “worldwide conquest” of cats, but it didn't recall their survival of epic abuse.

President Trump stressed the importance of implementing VA reforms then teased Secretary David J. Shulkin "You're fired" if not done correctly.

Aides say the secretary of state is looking for the best candidates, not to advance political patronage.

South Korean immigrant’s attorney was “dead wrong,” justices say, when he advised a plea deal.

Washington Post reporters explained on June 23 how the Obama administration struggled to retaliate against Russia and Vladimir Putin for interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

The Fix's Callum Borchers and Aaron Blake explain President Obama's tough choices about how to react to Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Trump’s club in Palm Beach, Fla., faces potential revenue losses as charities move galas elsewhere.

President Trump signs the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017, aiming to innovate veterans' health care access on June 23.

Videos posted to social media show the effects of storms and flooding in the Gulf region after Tropical Storm Cindy hit on June 22.

The University of Virginia student died this week after 17 months in detention in North Korea.

There really isn't much mystery what Trump, and his government, think about climate change.

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Becoming a leader means giving up some popularity.

Activists will hold a rally and march at the Supreme Court to mark the fourth anniversary of the ruling that crippled the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

Here is a look at the events in the administration as the White House proposed various ways to punish Russia during the final months of the presidential campaign.

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The White House debated various options to punish Russia, but facing obstacles and potential risks, it ultimately failed to exact a heavy toll on the Kremlin for its election meddling.

The White House is laboring to adapt to the expanding Russia probe — and to the president’s pugnacious outbursts.

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By releasing a “discussion draft,” the Senate majority leader is pushing the debate to its negotiation phase.

The Washington Post's national security reporters unveil the deep divisions inside the Obama White House over how to respond to Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election.

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