Public opinion is again at odds with Washington about how to spend tax revenues, as most support reductions in federal military and homeland
His draft 2018 budget would also drastically curtail State Department spending and end financing for the U.S. Institute of Peace
Unlike federal judges before him, a judge in Virginia on Friday ruled in favor of President Trump's revised travel ban.
While undocumented immigrants are targeted for deportation, employers are rarely punished for hiring such workers.
Diplomats from around the globe condemned the deadly nerve gas attack as Syria and Russia denied responsibility.
Trump administration downplays human rights
Now it is Donald Trump’s turn at the plate where consecutive presidents before him have failed to crack the North Korea quandary.
A wall painted by children in Mexico, led by an American artist, will be taken down. But the Border Patrol wants one artist keep a piece
The Trump administration is proposing dramatic cuts to the State Department as part of a budget blueprint that would ramp up defense spending.
Arkansas is set to execute eight men in 11 days in April. No state has executed this many people in such a short span and it’s made the state ground zero in the death penalty debate.
Rex Tillerson makes first trip to Russia as secretary of State; tensions over Syria could spoil talks
In red-state Iowa, the town of Storm Lake is a welcome haven for immigrants.
Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions tours Arizona military and customs facilities.
The nonprofit run by one of America’s most prominent white nationalists, Richard Spencer, has lost its tax-exempt status for failing to file tax returns with the federal government.
The Environmental Protection Agency asked a court to delay arguments in a case involving Obama-era smog rules. Does that portend a relaxing of the regulations?
A bill filed this week by four N.C. House Republicans would direct state government to defy a U.S. Supreme Court ruling and restore the state constitution’s ban on same-sex marriage.
As a concept, Phoenix never made sense, and yet 1.5 million people managed to make a home in a scorching desert, and it worked. That was before the climate started changing.
United passenger David Dao says he's still in the hospital