As tensions between the U.S. and North Korea continue to escalate, President Donald Trump’s tough rhetoric and warnings have only increased.
If he doesn't, than who does?
The Department of Homeland Security is urging President Trump to impose a new set of “tough and tailored” rules for foreign travelers to the U.S. ahead of the looming expiration of his controversial travel ban.
Sen. John McCain announced his opposition Friday to Republican colleagues’ last-ditch ObamaCare overhaul bill, dealing a major blow to GOP leaders’ push to pass repeal legislation under President Trump.
Federal investigators say they're reviewing Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price's recent use of costly charter flights for official business to see if it complied with government regulations.
Noisy protesters shouted and chanted over James Comey on Friday as he attempted to deliver a convocation address at Howard University, forcing him to delay his remarks and then practically drowning out the rest of his speech.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Friday rescinded Obama-era guidelines for investigating allegations of sexual assault on campus, replacing them with guidelines she said would help schools “treat all students fairly.”
Former Republican presidential candidate and Senate majority leader Bob Dole has been hospitalized since last week, Fox News has learned.
The intensity of the focus on Paul Manafort is widely seen as a potential effort by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team to pressure him into providing information on others in the Russia probe. But the “brass-knuckle” tactics have raised eyebrows in the legal community.
Sarah Palin returned to the campaign trail Thursday night to rally support for Judge Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race, armed with a pitch heavy on anti-GOP establishment criticism.
Graham/Cassidy scares the dickens out of Democrats.
President Trump fired off a tweetstorm early Friday slamming Sen. Rand Paul, Kim Jong Un, the “Russia hoax” and the Facebook controversy.
Democrats are on a wide-ranging mission to wrest the veterans vote from Republicans – courting them with the promise of better jobs and running dozens of returning military servicemembers in the 2018 midterms.
A Boston radio host called out U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren this week for criticizing America's "One Percent," noting that her net worth ranks her among the class she consistently attacks.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ attempt to unify progressives around single-payer healthcare has met resistance from colleague Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., who says now is not the time for Sanders' “Medicare for all” system.
A Texas federal judge nominee who once called transgender children an evidence of “Satan’s plan” will face tough questions at a confirmation hearing at the Senate Judiciary Committee later this year.
The two Republicans competing in Alabama’s Senate run-off sparred over President Trump’s endorsement in the race ahead of the president’s visit to the state on Friday.
Former CIA officer Valerie Plame apologized Thursday afternoon after facing an avalanche of criticism on social media for tweeting an article that blames “America’s Jews” for the country’s wars.
A Texas Democratic lawmaker is accused of spending more than $51,000 on an online psychic, prosecutors allege in a court filing submitted this week as part of a corruption trial.
The Department of Veterans Affairs said Thursday it is working to fire an employee in Tennessee who was arrested over the weekend for allegedly pulling a gun on a pedestrian and her granddaughter in an apparent road rage incident.