The money is earmarked to aid workers' purchases of food, housing, diapers and more
Trump told Democratic leaders Friday he's willing to keep the government shutdown going for "years" over funding for his southern border wall
Warren's trip showcased the different ways Democratic voters are going about looking for a candidate who can take on Trump. And on that front, there were mixed views on Warren's approach so far
Brett McGurk, envoy for coalition to defeat ISIS, resigns over Trump's sudden decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria
The Supreme Court Justice underwent surgery to remove two cancerous nodules from her lung
Trump's description of the characteristics of his border wall evolve
Some 95 women have won, or are projected to win, House races
When she is sworn in, the 29-year-old New York Democrat will become the youngest female member of Congress
The president said he has told the military to treat rocks thrown by immigrants at the border as if they were rifles
A conspiracy theory that explains everything and nothing simultaneously takes off among Trump fans
Whatever Rudy Giuliani might say on Trump's behalf, it's still a question that divides legal scholars
The White House considers anxiety about the president's temperament and nuclear weapons misplaced – but what is legal is a very real topic
The answer seems to be those connected to celebrities, and conservative causes
The midterm elections are long over, but ballot fraud allegations are still roiling one North Carolina race
Neither path being pursued by the House and the Senate are likely to end the partial government shutdown that is in its fifth week, the longest in U.S. history
President says they were treated unfairly with early false judgments; school closes "to ensure the safety of our students, faculty and staff"
Sheriff says federal authorities told his office Wilbur Martinez-Guzman had lived in Carson City for about a year and was in the country illegally
"Without white boys being able to empathize with other people, humanity will continue to destroy itself," the actress and activist tweeted
"It is definitely the most extreme proposal we've ever entertained in Florida and among the most extreme in the United States," a progressive group said in opposition to the bill
Partial closure of government hurts economy to tune of $1.2 billion a week -- and weekly tab swells the longer it lasts
Chisholm was both the first woman and the first African American to seek the nomination of a major party
Sanders and Cory Booker called for an end to racial injustice at an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
The secretary of education faces new oversight with Democrats controlling the House
The government shutdown has hindered ICE's ability to follow through on a judge's order
The president and vice president placed a wreath at the memorial on the brief stop
She's held her first press conference after announcing on MLK Day that she's running for president. The event was at Howard University in D.C., her alma mater
A number of Democrats are testing the waters for 2020, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day marks the first federal holiday after the new year
Ivanka Trump's representatives say the trademarks are needed to protect her name, even though her business is defunct
The California senator is bypassing the formal exploratory stage and going all-in
As the longest government shutdown ever continues, the musician told furloughed employees "I'll Be There for You"
The special counsel's office disputed a BuzzFeed News report saying it had evidence President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress
In his first television interview since resigning, Brett McGurk said his "heart is broken"
Schiff said he has a date for Cohen to testify before his panel "either voluntarily, or if necessary, by subpoena"
Pence said he expects Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to hold a vote on the president's proposal on Tuesday
"If he really cares about this, he would open up the government ... It just shows the callousness that is unacceptable," Gillibrand said
Nathan Phillips claimed some students were chanting "build that wall"
Read a full interview transcript of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., on "Face the Nation" for Jan. 20, 2019