The American Civil Liberties Union told the Supreme Court on Monday the First Amendment doesn’t give a Christian baker the right to discriminate against a same-sex couple by refusing to bake them a wedding cake.
President Trump awarded the Medal of Honor on Monday to a retired Army medic from Alabama who risked his life several times to help wounded comrades during the Vietnam War in September 1970.
President Trump wasted no time blitzing the NFL as two dozen players knelt or sat Sunday during the national anthem, days after the league punted on the issue at its fall meeting in New York.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that he’s designated the MS-13 street gang as a priority for the Justice Department’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces — enabling authorities to target the gang with broader array of federal resources.
Less than a year into his tenure, President Trump has dismantled much of his predecessor’s environmental agenda and rolled back the regulatory war on coal — but analysts still say coal’s long-term future is bleak and that the administration’s friendly policies toward natural gas could speed up the decline.
The illegal immigrant whose case turned Massachusetts into a “sanctuary” state is behind bars yet again.
A study suggests that high school students who smoke electronic cigarettes with high nicotine levels are more likely to smoke e-cigarettes long term and start smoking regular cigarettes.
In recent months, the focus has been on Russian-connected operatives who attempted to sow “chaos” in the U.S. elections, but the power of internet search engines and social media giants to shape American politics goes well beyond that.
The brother of one of the soldiers killed this month during an ambush in Niger said Monday that equating the attack to Benghazi is “a bit far.”
The Trump administration is taking aim Monday at a new rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that would expand class-action lawsuits against banks, saying it will impose legal defense costs of more than $500 million per year on employers and provide little or no relief for consumers.
The widow of Sgt. La David Johnson said Monday that President Trump couldn’t remember her husband’s name.
“The U.S. Air Force is preparing to put nuclear-armed bombers back on 24-hour ready alert, a status not seen since the Cold War ended in 1991, according to a report released Sunday by Defense One.