U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., was briefly detained by police Friday when she joined airline catering employees in a protest at Detroit Metro Airport, according to reports.
Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., was apparently in no mood to take the high road Friday after celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti was convicted by a federal jury of trying to extort sportswear giant Nike.
Elected 150 years ago, Hiram Revels was the first.
For Jeff Sessions, Roy Moore and other Republicans vying for a chance to take back Doug Jones’s seat, winning over voters may mean winning over the president first.
Amid turmoil in the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the attorney general has also sent outside prosecutors to review other politically sensitive cases.
Amazing as it may sound, phone makers are doing more than just adding fancy new cameras.
Passengers on a cruise ship that was turned away from ports around Asia over fears they could be carrying the new coronavirus finally began disembarking in Cambodia on Friday (14 February). Cambodia’s strongman premier Hun Sen welcomed around 100 tourists...
The formal notification to Congress prompted bipartisan outcry and accusations that the administration had again overstepped its constitutional authority.
Some Republicans crossed party lines to join Democrats in voting to curtail President Trump’s ability to wage war with Iran, weeks after a drone strike killed a top Iranian general.
Virginia, newly dominated by Democrats, may broaden parole for the first time in a generation. Others states are watching.
Republicans and Democrats questioned Ms. Shelton, who has ideas outside the mainstream, over her previous statements and views on the Fed’s independence.
The Cyber Tire from Pirelli can sense if a car is slipping and warn the driver or the car to make adjustments.
Having expressed confidence that impeachment might chasten the president, senators are now watching as he purges perceived enemies and publicly pushes for a lenient sentence for a friend.