Team USA beat Canada in the Olympic women's hockey finals on Thursday in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in a thrilling shootout after a hard-fought game that ended 2-2 even after a 20-minute overtime.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) participated in a CNN town hall in Sunrise, Florida, on gun violence and school shootings Wednesday night, and it was not a particularly friendly crowd.
On Wednesday, word came that "President Trump might be supporting a ban on bump-stocks and the strengthening of background checks — which is weird, right?
For about an hour on Wednesday afternoon, President Trump sat and listened as students, parents, teachers, and others directly affected by school shootings begged him to act before the next mass shooting.
It seems there are some fans of the world's most beautiful game lurking on Capitol Hill. On Wednesday, a group of nearly 50 senators sent a letter to President Trump asking him to support an effort for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to jointly host the FIFA 2026 World Cup.
What does a star look like just before it explodes? Scientists have been asking this question for a long time — and thanks to the efforts of a self-taught astronomer from Argentina, they're one step closer to the answer.
Life after the White House has been kind to Keith Schiller, President Trump's former bodyguard and close confidante.
President Trump's in-laws may have benefited from one of his least favorite immigration policies. The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Melania Trump's parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, are green card-holders with legal permanent resident status, which they very possibly received through their daughter's sponsorship.
President Trump's administration apparently sees political opportunity in the deaths of Russian mercenaries.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) has seemingly embraced our robot overlords.
Hundreds of people arrived at Florida's Capitol Building on Wednesday to demand gun control reform in the wake of the shooting last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 students and teachers dead.
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer want Congress to break open the piggy bank. In a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), the Democratic leaders demand increased funds to protect U.S.
President Trump and the GOP have been riding an approval rating wave ever since they passed their tax overhaul legislation in December, but a new poll released Wednesday appears to indicate that it won't be smooth sailing from here on out.
CNN is hosting a town hall Wednesday with survivors of last week's mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Jeff Sessions is back in the doghouse. On Wednesday, President Trump took to publicly bashing his attorney general by slamming the Justice Department for its failure to investigate the Obama administration over Russian meddling: Question: If all of the Russian meddling took place during the Obama Administration, right up to January 20th, why aren’t they the subject of the investigation?
Rev. Billy Graham, a Christian evangelist known as "America's Pastor," has died at the age of 99, NBC News reports.
President Trump is quietly considering imposing federal age restrictions on the purchase of weapons like the AR-15, which was used in the Parkland, Florida, school shooting last week, Axios reports.
1. Walmart's stock plunged 10 percent lower on Tuesday, its biggest one-day dive in 30 years, after the giant retailer reported profits that fell short of expectations, and a slowdown in online sales growth in the quarter including the crucial holiday season.
1. President Trump said Tuesday that he had ordered Attorney General Jeff Sessions to draw up a proposal to ban devices known as bump stocks, which let legal semiautomatic rifles fire like fully automatic weapons.
The normally staid New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman declared "code red" in a recent column, warning that when it comes to Russia, President "Trump's behavior amounts to a refusal to carry out his oath of office — to protect and defend the Constitution" and "must not be tolerated." The "biggest threat to the integrity of our democracy today is in the Oval Office," he said.