Since Colorado and Washington became the first states to fully legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in 2012, a green wave has swept across the country as more states OK marijuana use on at least some level.
An op-ed writer for The Nation was forcibly removed from a press conference between President Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Monday after holding up a sign that read "Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty."
Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y., tried to ease the tensions between himself and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the insurgent Democrat who defeated the 10-term congressman in last month’s primary, after she bashed the incumbent last week for not getting his name off the ballot in the general election.
Former Illinois congressman Joe Walsh joined a growing list of conservative politicians in blasting comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Showtime series “Who Is America?” after Walsh got duped into supporting a fake program in Israel to arm 4-year-old children with firearms.
President Trump said that he doesn’t see any Democratic challenger who could beat him in the 2020 presidential election.
President Trump called FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s testimony on Capitol Hill last week over the investigation of Russian interference in the election a “disgrace to our country.”
President Trump said during an interview on CBS’s “Face The Nation” on Sunday that the “European Union is a foe” of the United States.
President Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton said the recent charges against 12 Russian military intelligence officials in connection to the hacking of Democratic targets in the 2016 presidential election gives the president the upper hand when he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday.
Paul Manafort seems to have lost his polish, a new mugshot reveals, showing the once-dapper, well-coiffed power player with gray hair and facial stubble.
Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy tore into FBI official Peter Strzok during Thursday's hearing before the House oversight and judiciary committees, accusing him of "textbook bias" with his anti-Trump texts.
The Trump administration said that all eligible small children who were separated from their families under the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy have been reunited with their loved ones, but nearly half of the children under the age of 5 still remain in government custody due to safety concerns the deportation of their family members or other reason, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
One of former President Bill Clinton's past advisers is pleading with Hillary Clinton not to run for president in 2020, amid speculation that she is mulling throwing her hat once again in the ring.
While Brett Kavanaugh’s stances on issues like abortion and gun rights could dominate his confirmation hearing, the Supreme Court nominee’s decade-old call to shield presidents from criminal investigation has grabbed his critics' attention right out of the gate.
A group of former Ohio State wrestling coaches is defending embattled Republican Rep. Jim Jordan amid reports that he failed to report sexual abuse against students by a team doctor when the lawmaker coached at the university more than two decades ago.
President Trump's historic – and controversial – decision to relocate America's Israel embassy to Jerusalem is attracting more followers on the world stage, as several other nations open their own outposts in the holy city or consider doing so.
Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., on Sunday compared the more than 2,300 migrant children separated from their parents after crossing illegally into the United States to the boys’ soccer team currently trapped in a cave in northern Thailand.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement – still in the midst of the ongoing drama over the separations of immigrant families – is hoping to get a huge spending boost next fiscal year even as some Democrats are calling for the agency to be abolished.
Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., said on Sunday that President Trump should reconsider his pledge to stop military drills with South Korea following North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s about-face over the weekend in which he accused the U.S. of making "gangster-like" demands.
Rudy Giuliani made the rounds of the morning talk shows on Sunday to downplay concerns that President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen will reveal any damning information during interviews with government investigators.
President Trump hasn’t even announced his Supreme Court nominee and already liberal advocacy groups are pumping millions into campaigns pressuring Republican lawmakers to oppose his pick.