U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., pledged Friday to look into “legislative solutions” to improve the safety of amphibious vehicles like duck boats after 17 people died in the Table Rock Lake tragedy Thursday.
Let's end the week with some news nuggets.
The Pentagon announced Friday it would send $200 million in nonlethal military aid to Ukraine -- a move likely to anger Moscow just days after President Trump held a summit in Finland with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
When Democratic socialists Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders rallied for a left-wing congressional candidate Friday afternoon in Kansas, they insisted their agenda is now the "mainstream."
A New Jersey state senator has introduced legislation that would levy a tax on tap water in an effort to fix the state’s aging pipes.
From the White House chief of staff to the FBI director, from leaving for a new job to learning of his firing from a television, here’s a running list of those who have left the Trump administration.
Marc Short trading the White House for the University of Virginia – and hundreds of faculty and students have signed onto petitions calling for the school to change its mind about his hiring.
The Republican National Committee on Friday officially selected Charlotte to host the 2020 Republican National Convention.
Attorney Michael Cohen recorded a conversation with President Trump before the election in which they discussed possible payments to a former Playboy model who claimed she slept with Trump, a source familiar with the investigation confirmed to Fox News.
Several Nazis, Holocaust deniers or white supremacists have elbowed their way onto the GOP ballot for November’s midterm elections, causing headaches for the party.
Second Amendment activists were given a surprise boost this week when the liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals backed a lower court’s decision to suspend California’s ban on the possession of large magazines.
Republican National Committee members appear unfazed by President Trump’s controversial summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, suggesting the controversy won't end up hurting the party in the midterms.
When Leah Griffin was raped in 2014, she immediately went to the closest hospital to have a rape kit done – the first step, she thought, in prosecuting the man who assaulted her.
President Trump claimed in a new interview he’s been “far tougher” on Russia than his predecessors and went so far as to call Barack Obama a “total patsy” for Moscow, as his administration tries to push past this week’s bipartisan criticism over the summit with Vladimir Putin.
The anti-Trump resistance has gone from blasting Russia's interference in the White House race to interfering with White Russians.
Supporters of Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters gathered outside her California office on Thursday, burning and stepping on an American flag after a group of far-right demonstrators they intended to counter-protest failed to show up.
"Sean, we're getting killed in the media."
Scott Wallace, a liberal millionaire candidate running for Congress in Pennsylvania, has given millions of dollars to so-called population control groups.
Tony Podesta has been offered immunity by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify against Paul Manafort, Fox News' Tucker Carlson reported, citing two unnamed sources.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Donald Trump “understands” that the Russians interfered in U.S. elections in 2016 -- and fired back at criticism that the president appeared weak at this week's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.