Speculation is swirling that Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy could announce his retirement as early as this term.
The program enables the prosecution of Mexican human smugglers through Mexican courts,
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and his wife, Jane Sanders have hired prominent defense attorneys.
The Reagan approach to health reform is worth revisiting.
The White House would be required to hold at least a couple on-camera press briefings each week.
Washington State Distracted-driving law is here. Using a handheld cellphone while driving, even at a stoplight, can soon lead to a $136 fine.
The Trump Administration’s current budget will give NASA a chance to be successful with space exploration in the near future.
Democrats have suggested that blame lies with the White House.
Democratic congressman rips Obamacare, DNC
California government spending will hit a record high in the budget that begins July 1, up some $12 billion in just a single year.
Former National Security Advisor Rice’s planned testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has been postponed.
After fending off challenges to their tax-exempt status, the biggest hospitals boosted revenue while cutting charity care.
CNN’s Sciutto took objection to Price’s accusation that the media colluded with Russia.
Sometimes what some meant for bad, and vilification, can turn out for good. Such is the case of Ollie North, a man with a life well lived.
The family of former FBI agent Robert Levinson has met with State Department officials about efforts to find him.
Illegal immigrant who has been removed from the U.S. SEVEN times had 'drunk 12 beers and was driving at 100mph.
New York City announced a $32 million multiagency plan to reduce its rat population.
PETA says he owns the copyright. A curious monkey with a toothy grin and a knack for pressing a camera button is back in court.
Cruz’s amendment is similar to a feature in the FEHBP, which Democrats love.
Pregnancy centers found out of compliance could be slapped with a $500 citation for a first-time offense and a $1,000 per-offense after.