The Senate approved President Trump's rewrite of the North American trade deal Thursday, handing him a second trade victory in as many days while he fights to remain in office.
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Rep. Adam B. Schiff risks having to answer tough questions about his involvement with a White House whistleblower by serving as a prosecutor at President Trump's trial in the Senate, where senators may be able to hit him with questions about the House case.
Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg had Iowa all to himself Thursday as most of his biggest rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination were stuck in Washington for the impeachment trial, foreshadowing the advantage he will have on the ground in the kickoff caucus state for the foreseeable future.
Canadians are still getting their heads around the idea that the popular but polarizing royals would prefer to live among them.
Virginia Democrats' push for new gun controls is having a major ripple effect hundreds of miles south in Florida, where at least 10 counties, fearing their state could be next, have declared themselves "Second Amendment sanctuaries."
President Trump and Chinese negotiators signed a hard-fought trade agreement on Wednesday that provides big wins for U.S. farmers and financial-services firms, a historic breakthrough in the lopsided business dealings between the world's two biggest economies that Mr. Trump achieved through his unconventional use of tariffs.
The Pentagon's long-term plan to refocus on "great power competition" with China has been derailed -- again -- by conflicts in the Middle East, and specialists say the U.S. military will soon face a moment of reckoning and be forced to choose which theater will be its primary focus.
President Trump could be defending himself against House Democrats' impeachment charges at the same time he is touting his accomplishments during the State of the Union address, now that the House has sent over articles of impeachment to start a Senate trial.
Bill Staviscak voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 but now says he can't rule out voting for President Trump this year, despite describing the president as a liar and a bad role model.
The Virginia House and Senate each voted Wednesday to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, in a move both historic and controversial.
Russian President Vladimir Putin used his annual state of the nation address Wednesday to take the wraps off a plan for wide-reaching changes to the Constitution, proposals that led his longtime political sidekick to step down and could enable Mr. Putin to hold sway in the Kremlin indefinitely.