The number of people who turned out for the midday swearing-in ceremony in the rain appeared to be significantly smaller than the estimated two million who attended Democrat Barack Obama's first inauguration in 2009. Overhead ...
"These thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the U.S. election process," the joint agency statement said. "However, we are not now in a position to attribute this activity to the Russian Government."
"I've tapped into something and I've tapped into illegal immigration," boasted the Republican nominee in testimony for his lawsuit against a celebrity chef.
"The current D.C. government needs to be reined in," said House Majority Leader Paul Ryan in a statement highlighting Republican arguments in support of the bill. "We will not allow Congress and the Constitution to ...
Since April 11, hundreds of protesters have stood outside the U.S. Capitol, protesting political corruption and getting arrested in scores. Over the past week, over 1,000 protesters were arrested not far from the steps of ...
Since 2000, at least 10 states have had their largest fires on record, the agency said.
Rachel Dolezal, whose parents say she is white, did not directly address allegations that she lied about being a black woman.
Spurred by Republican criticism and a "Vice News" lawsuit, the State Department is reviewing Hillary's emails before releasing them in January.
A new experiment in higher wages is about to begin in Seattle.
An arms race is developing in the recreational pot market.
A real-world experiment on the effects of a higher minimum wage is underway in the Evergreen State.
In China, Obama defended his decision to send more military trainers to Iraq and applauded the protesters in Hong Kong.