Vice President Mike Pence visited a vandalized Jewish cemetery in Missouri Wednesday, denouncing a rise in acts of hatred against Jews in the U.S.
Mexico’s government vowed Wednesday to resist President Trump’s efforts to force better cooperation in stopping illegal immigration, saying they won’t let the U.S. tell them what to do.
President Trump vowed Wednesday that there will be “no more wasted money” in the federal budget as he prepares his first spending plan to be submitted to Congress.
The share of voters who want Congress to fully or partially scrap Obamacare has dipped noticeably since January, according to a poll released Wednesday that finds zeal for repeal is waning even as President Trump and congressional Republicans craft plans to gut and replace the law with market-oriented reforms.
Newly installed EPA administrator Scott Pruitt cultivated a “close and friendly” relationship with oil-and-gas companies during his tenure as Oklahoma attorney general, a watchdog group charged Wednesday, pointing to documents showing Mr. Pruitt’s office worked hand-in-hand with fossil-fuel companies in the fight against Obama-era energy regulations.
The City Council in Richmond, California unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday calling for Congress to consider impeaching President Trump.
President Trump said Tuesday night that planted liberal activists are heckling some Republican lawmakers at town-hall meetings in their districts.
Rep. Dave Brat said Wednesday he enjoyed parts of a Tuesday evening town hall where he faced an at-times hostile crowd, but also said protesters were “ruining” the opportunity for other attendees to take part in the democratic system.
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean on Wednesday officially endorsed South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the race to become the next Democratic National Committee chairman.
A Missouri Democrat filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court against the Architect of the U.S. Capitol over his decision to remove a painting that stirred controversy over its depiction of cops as pigs.
President Trump spoke out Tuesday against a rash of anti-Semitic attacks and threats across the country, vowing that his administration would fight every form of bigotry and intolerance.
Responding to reports that President Trump will reverse the Obama administration’s rule on transgender bathrooms for students, the White House said Tuesday that Mr. Trump views it as a “states’ rights” matter.
New EPA administrator Scott Pruitt delivered the first batch emails to a watchdog group, adding new fuel to the debate over whether he’s too closely tied to the oil-and-gas industry.
An American Indian who is serving life in prison without parole for killing his toddler believes it was “monumental” for 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil Gorsuch to pay attention to his religious liberty case.
President Trump spoke with awe Tuesday about the contributions of black citizens after his tour of the nation’s new African American history museum in Washington, but his outreach was met with scorn on the left.