President Donald Trump fires his chief strategist, who headed the far-right news site.
A civil case against two CIA-contracted psychologists, accused of designing torture techniques, settles—ending any chance of public scrutiny.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said she was acting in the "best interest" of her city by ordering the statues removed.
The Reproductive Health Equity Act requires health insurers to offer birth control and abortion without charging patients a copay.
Abu-Jamal's conviction could be on shaky ground if a new approach described by his lawyer proves fruitful.
The website-hosting company DreamHost is challenging the Justice Department's search warrant in court.
The pointed, 30-second clip claims that they don't allow the president to do his job.
The president remains hesitant to condemn the white nationalists who back him, even after the Charlottesville attack.
Earl “Buddy” Carter argues to withhold grants from cities that don't follow federal immigration procedure.
Senior diplomat Joseph Yun, pictured, has spent months conducting back-channel talks with Pyongyang.