The Trump administration looks into the legality of accepting the proposition by Sheldon Adelson, a Las Vegas casino magnate and staunch supporter of Israel.
The Republican senator from Florida is confronted by angry students, teachers and parents demanding stronger measures in the wake of the Parkland school massacre.
The former Republican presidential candidate will release an online video Thursday announcing he's running in Utah for the seat held by Orrin Hatch, who plans to retire.
The Arizona House ousts Republican Rep. Don Shooter, who departs with a dramatic "mic drop." He has denied sexual harassment but acknowledged he had made “jarring, insensitive and demeaning” comments.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren voices concern that Jerome Powell, as head of the central bank, “will roll back critical rules that help guard against another financial crisis.”
The former White House chief strategist's trash-talking about the Trumps in Michael Wolff’s new book is not political suicide and doesn't just reflect pique.
State Rep. Dan Johnson, who was also a church pastor, is found shot to death after press investigators reported a charge that he assaulted a teenage girl in 2013.
Voter turnout is considered key to the outcome of the race between Republican Moore, who has been fighting accusations of sexual misconduct, and Democrat Doug Jones.
The justices, voting 7 to 2, say the policy can take full effect even as legal challenges against it make their way through the courts.