As the White House refuses to rule out another shutdown, negotiators clash over a new hurdle for a border security compromise in Congress.
The congresswoman has been accused of anti-Semitism, but her tweets reveal an inconvenient truth about AIPAC's influence in Washington.
The Democratic senator from Massachusetts says she is fighting for "big, structural change."
It won’t be easy, and its prospects are still hazy, but a new movement for a real people’s party is forming in the U.S.
It is unclear whether and under what conditions the Acting Attorney General would appear Friday before the House Judiciary Committee.
The president's allies in Congress are quietly trying to influence and even reshape his "America First" agenda.
Georgia's former gubernatorial candidate will be the first black woman to deliver a Democratic response to a State of the Union address.
Land managers will sell oil and gas leases in New Mexico and Oklahoma near sites of cultural and religious significance to Native Americans.
The former “NBC Nightly News” anchor responds to a social media backlash to comments he made on "Meet the Press" regarding assimilation.
Thirty-two House Democrats called for a "humanitarian" strategy to exit Syria.