Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer, paid a small tech firm $50,000 to rig online polls in Trump’s favor before the presidential campaign in early 2015, according to The Wall Street Journal.
"What am I supposed to tell my kids when they open the refrigerator and there’s no food?" said maintenance worker Angela Vásquez.
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The president's lawyer has made conflicting statements about a central aspect of Mueller's probe.
The Russian operative spent years building connections in U.S. political circles and with influential conservative groups.
The nation's most-watched sporting event takes place in less than three weeks — and officials are fearful about travel and security.
The homes, and prospective homes, of hundreds of thousands of families in rural America are being threatened by the Agriculture Department's closure.
Analysis: The speaker's been on a hot streak, but her request to put the State of the Union on ice until the shutdown ends is a risky gambit.
The Constitution prohibits public officials from receiving gifts or things of value from foreign rulers.
The Hallandale Beach city commissioner said that the Muslim lawmaker, a newly elected Democrat from Michigan, is a "danger."
People have turned to Craigslist, GoFundMe, ride-hailing companies and friends to help make ends meet.
"I know his integrity," Sen. Dianne Feinstein said of the president's nominee for attorney general, but "this is a big report and the public needs to see it."
Puerto Rico expected to start receiving billions in housing funds from HUD this month for rebuilding efforts, but the government shutdown has halted the process.
The speaker said Wednesday the president should wait until government re-opens to give the speech.
Federal workers, residents and businesses in Huntsville said they're feeling pain from the stalemate in Washington.
NBC News' Jacob Soboroff got a tour of a lengthy and deep underground passage near San Diego.
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The progressive group has become a nexus of the anti-Trump "resistance" movement, but its leaders say they want to make room for new blood.
The vice president's wife will return to a Virginia school that bars employees from engaging in homosexual "sexual activity” or condoning “transgender identity.”