A major hurricane could paralyze the government and jeopardize national security. Why is the capital so unprepared?
Republicans rubber-stamped $700 billion for defense – twice as much as the government would save with Obamacare repeal
"We're dealing with it internally... it was not malicious conduct," Texas senator says after Twitter account "liked" pornographic video
Why the back-to-back blows of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have certainly woken people up to the risks of climate change
U.S.-backed forces are about to seize Raqqa – the capital of the most wanted terrorist group on earth – so why won't the government talk about it?
"I've often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net. Now, I'm letting my guard down," Clinton says
Yet another TV executive says Trump is "good for business." Is sudden good fortune of news media by accident or design?
"You cant wash this one away by shaking my hand and saying, 'I'm sorry," Susan Bro, mother of killed protestor Heather Heyer, told 'GMA'
Former California governor calls out Trump, hate groups on racism, bigotry in new video
"How would they know that? Were they there?" Trump challenged local historians in 2015
Marisa Tomei, Olivia Wilde and Fisher Stevens join filmmaker after for one-man-show 'The Terms of My Surrender'
Protesters topple Confederate Soldiers Monument with yellow rope amid chants of "No KKK, no fascist USA"
White supremacists and counterprotestors clashed in Virginia on Saturday, resulting in one death and dozens of injuries
While nuke kooks rage, British regulators reveal rip in financial space-time continuum and $350 trillion headache
By having "pro-forma" sessions, the Senate is technically not going to recess, which means the president can't fill open positions without their approval