A Michigan man was arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot and kill CNN employees, WGCL-TV reported Monday.The FBI launched an investigation after the man, who is unnamed in the CBS report, reportedly called...
The government has now shut down 19 times since Congress introduced the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act in 1976.
The federal government will be open for business Tuesday after President Trump signed a bill funding the government until Feb. 8.
Maryland's governor is trying to land Amazon's second headquarters by offering a $5 billion package of tax incentives and transportation upgrades. Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday the state is "committing … Click to Continue »
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens proposed another round of cuts to public colleges and universities Monday during a budget announcement that also marked his first public appearance since acknowledging an extramarital affair nearly two weeks ago.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday announced the Justice Department will investigate missing text messages sent between two FBI agents critical of President Trump, joining the chorus of Republican lawmakers who are...
The 72-hour government shutdown melodrama is over, leaving analysts to explain what it all means. Or doesn't mean. The phrases "Democrats caved" and "Republican victory" were bandied about a great deal. But one reality looms for both political parties. The shutdown is but a few steps on a long march ...
On the third day of the government shutdown, Republican and Democratic senators reached a deal to reopen the government and vote on immigration in the coming weeks. The Senate and the House passed a short-term spending bill in the afternoon.
The Senate panel’s chiefs attempted to remove the wording from the short-term spending bill.
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan removed Meehan from the Ethics Committee on Saturday after the New York Times published allegations of sexual harassment.
Like Republicans before them, Democrats learn the limits of their leverage.
U.S. business leaders lead the pack in a new survey taken during the Trump era.
President stayed relatively quiet while Republicans put forward a disciplined communications effort.
PHOENIX (AP) - The Latest on court challenges to Democratic candidates seeking former U.S. Trent Franks' seat (all times local):
A lawsuit challenging signatures qualifying a Democratic candidate for a special congressional election will be dropped.
Attorney Jim Barton said Monday the challenge against his client, Brianna Westbrook, ...
FBI Director Christopher Wray threatened to resign after Attorney General Jeff Sessions pressured him to remove Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, ...
The Trump administration is waiving more than 30 environmental regulations to hasten construction on a 20-mile section in New Mexico of the president's proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
For two decades, local Democrats lobbied Wolfeboro's Edith DesMarais unsuccessfully to run for office in the Republican stronghold in central New Hampshire. Not interested, the longtime, well-known resident insisted. But, after last year's Women's March in Washington, prodding from her daughter and angst over what the election of President Trump ...
The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee warned Monday that a small change in the short-term funding bill passed to keep the government open could give the Trump administration unchecked … Click to Continue »
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is ordering an audit of the state's beleaguered transit agency. The Democrat signed the executive order calling for an audit of New Jersey Transit alongside … Click to Continue »
Republicans on Capitol Hill are considering releasing a memo that depicts details about secret government surveillance, which they hope would lead to the appointment of a special counsel to probe allegations of a government conspiracy against President Donald Trump.Fox...
After the Senate voted on Jan. 22 to reopen the government, The Fix’s Aaron Blake examines what Democrats lost and won in their standoff over DACA.
Abortion continues to be a wedge issue years after the historic Supreme Court ruling
Fox News Channel media critic Howard Kurtz's upcoming book reveals colorful anecdotes about the Trump administration. Here are some highlights of the book due out Jan. 29.
The shutdown began with “dreamers” and their allies on the left praising Democrats for their courage. Now the backlash is mounting.
A new book by Fox News Channel media critic Howard Kurtz on President Donald Trump, "Media Madness," is set to hit stores Jan. 29 and might be even damaging than "Fire and Fury," according to The Washington Post.
President Donald Trump's average job approval rating is lower than any other elected president's in their first year of office, according to Gallup.
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - An effort is underway to allow Michigan voters to cast an absentee ballot for any or no reason.
A coalition that includes civil libertarians and political activists filed ballot language Monday with the state. If approved, the next step would be a campaign to collect 316,000 ...
Potential changes to North Carolina's judicial election districts considered by House and Senate members are taking a backseat for now to pending litigation over the General Assembly's own districts, legislative … Click to Continue »
Special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian election meddling has recently questioned a sometime associate of former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.
According to a report by the online news site Axios, George Nader, who has recently talked to the special counsel on at least two occasions, was a frequent ...
President Trump last year pledged to spend "a lot money" on the opioid crisis but used his platform to focus on military and border-security spending instead, nudging the drug fight to the sidelines. But the crisis has continued, and now all sides are demanding tangible progress in 2018.
Mr. Trump ...
It may be a new year, but Congress is returning to the same old challenge they left behind in 2017 – agreeing on a budget.