The Trump administration said it would impose 25 percent tariffs on some French goods but will delay collection of the levies.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is denying huge batches of relief requests from students whose schools defrauded them. Even those who aren’t denied are getting very little — or sometimes nothing.
A longtime champion of women’s rights, Park Won-soon was accused by his secretary of sexual harassment. He is presumed to have killed himself.
The public’s interest in access to Donald Trump’s or any president’s tax filings depends on strong reform legislation from Congress.
Five mail-in ballot requests were altered from Democrat to Republican, federal prosectors in West Virginia said.
“We’re all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump,” Bob Unanue said on Thursday at the White House. Critics said they would no longer use his products.
New Jersey will replace “freeholder,” the 18th-century designation for county lawmakers, with the word “commissioner.”
A Chechen man shot near Vienna last weekend had spoken publicly of giving Austrian and Ukrainian authorities information about contract killings. He also said there was a price on his head.
The decree came after a Turkish court revoked the site’s 80-year-old status as a museum and is likely to provoke an international furor.
Anna Lindstedt was found not guilty of overstepping the boundaries of her role when she arranged secret meetings over the fate of a Hong Kong bookseller and Swedish citizen who remains detained in China.
The Supreme Court said President Trump couldn’t block a request for his financial records by prosecutors in New York.
In a stunning defeat for the president, the Supreme Court ruled against his claims that he was immune to an examination of his finances.
Manhattan prosecutors scored a win with the Supreme Court's ruling that President Trump could not a block a subpoena of his financial records.
The current leaders of the Department of Homeland Security have proved adept at following President Trump’s lead. Their latest target: guarding monuments and memorials.
Why does the president want to open everything up? It’s not because it’s safe to do so.
The Supreme Court’s decision adds another twist in a yearslong debate over whether the president should release his tax returns.
When the city of Leicester was shocked with a second lockdown, it lashed back with anger and recriminations.
The Supreme Court’s dismissal of President Trump’s claims of immunity was a reminder that institutional prerogatives still matter in Washington, even in a time of extreme partisanship.