Arkansas plans to carry out the country's first double execution since 2000.
City workers in New Orleans tore down the Battle of Liberty Place monument April 24. It’s the first of four Confederate symbols due to be dismantled.
Students charge that the university suppressed free speech when it limited when and where conservative commentator Ann Coulter could talk on campus
President Trump on April 20 said Canada’s trade practices on dairy, lumber, and energy are unfair to the United States. “We’re going to have to get to the negotiating table with Canada very, very quickly,” Trump said.
Yet again the U.S. education secretary makes a Common Core mistakes.
Promotional website raised questions about taxpayer funds and Trump family businesses.
The president said he may be willing to wait until September to begin funding construction.
The Trump administration announced on Monday it is planning to impose a roughly 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber imported from Canada, in what may be the biggest trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada in over a decade.
If he continues to worry largely about his base, polling suggests he'll do just fine.
As Democrats try for an anti-Trump wave in next year’s midterm elections, break-the-mold Republican Will Hurd fights to hold a vast, politically treacherous district along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Was there a painkiller shortage? FDA and DEA disagreed in 2006 dispute.
The center is allegedly connected to the April 4 chemical weapons attack.
The mismatch between a president who promised to shake up Washington and the slow pace on Capitol Hill is causing tensions as the 100-day mark nears.
The Supreme Court justice said the court should have accepted the case of a man who was shot in the back by a Houston police officer in 2010.
John Brewer had been on administrative leave from Dominion High since early December.
Authorities said Tad Cummins planned to flee with his 15-year-old student to Mexico.
The attorney general offered reassurance Monday that the Justice Department was still interested in public corruption and corporate fraud.
Case would have a direct bearing on the planned execution of 2 men in Arkansas.
An amateur beekeeper and professional biologist plucked worms from her beehives and dropped the caterpillars into a plastic bag — only to find “the worms all around and the plastic bag full of holes.”