President Trump on Saturday touted how "fantastic" the GOP tax bill will be for "middle-income people"
Views on the Republican tax plan: Is it fair? Who does it benefit? Corporations or the middle class? And will it help the economy?
GOP lawmakers used to want to scale back a Washington that they felt was spending out of control. Now, the tax plan they want would add $1.5 trillion to the national debt
In its 41 years, the Office of Science and Technology Policy has never gone this long without a leader or official mandate
Lawmakers have to reauthorize FISA by the end of the year, which includes a key authority that has helped the government unravel terrorist plots
The White House considers anxiety about the president's temperament and nuclear weapons misplaced – but what is legal is a very real topic
North Korea has been testing missiles since at least 1984 -- here's a timeline, according to the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
The FBI prepared a secret 20-page analysis of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. a month before he was assassinated
"We want our F.B.I. agents to be neutral and to be non-political," Lankford said Sunday
State's first Democratic Senator in a quarter-century says, "When you're on the right side of history, you can accomplish a lot of things"
Schumer called on the TSA to formally test the devices in New York City
In a political environment where "truthiness," lies and reckless opinions muddy the waters, a founding father's faith in facts may be what saves us
Mayor Ras Baraka said local police were guarding Booker's Newark home Saturday as a precaution after someone threated to kill him and his family
Mueller's team reportedly gained access to emails sent and received by Trump transition officials
The freshman Nevada Democrat will only serve one term, while continuing to deny allegations
The bill comes ahead of the 2018 midterm election season
Pentagon officials have acknowledged the program's existence, The New York Times reports
Just three in 10 Americans said the U.S. is heading in the right direction, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research
John McCain was admitted this week to Walter Reed Medical Center due to side effects from his cancer treatment
The Washington Post, citing an analyst, reports the Trump administration is prohibiting officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from using a list of words in some documents
The DOJ is defending its decision to release the anti-Trump texts from former Mueller team member Peter Strzok
It's the widest-ranging reshaping of the tax code in three decades and is expected to add to the nation's $20 trillion debt
U.S. government announced a seventh straight monthly increase in people being arrested or denied along the border, erasing much of the early gains of Trump's push to tighten the border
Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday defeated Moore by about 20,000 votes, or 1.5 percent, according to unofficial returns
The final bill eliminates the tax incentive for private employers that subsidize employee commuting expenses
She presented what she described as recovered pieces of a missile fired by Houthi militants from that Nov. 4 attack, pointing out the missile bears "Iranian missile fingerprints"
The agreement eliminates the individual mandate penalty under Obamacare and keeps tuition waivers tax-free, among other things
Republicans aim to hold floor votes in the House and Senate on a final tax overhaul agreement next week
Attorneys for the Trump administration have argued they are protecting a "narrow class of sincere religious and moral objectors"
Andrea Ramsey called the allegations that she harassed and retaliated against a male employee "a lie" in a Facebook post
Kihuen has been accused of sexually harassing a former campaign staff member
Reporters pressed the attorney general on whether he agrees with the president's assessment