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President Donald Trump’s unpredictability may rattle his advisers and other world leaders, but to outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley the president’s mercurial nature has often been an asset

Budget: In the first two months of the new fiscal year, tax revenues are up. But so is the deficit. Why? Because spending continues to outpace revenues. So why do tax cuts keep getting blamed?

The stout man with the gray goatee and the gentle demeanor dared to disagree with his country’s government

As a candidate for president, Donald Trump had at least one thing in common with President Barack Obama: Both leaders promised to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to get a better deal for American workers. However, only President Trump kept his promise

Serving in “the people’s house,” my fellow representatives and I have a particularly direct charge: As the closest federal branch to the public, we in particular should reflect the will of the public in our actions

Michael Cohen was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison, making the longtime personal attorney for Donald Trump the first member of the president’s inner circle to serve time in a case that could place the former real estate mogul in legal jeopardy

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said Tuesday that the party would do a "deep data dive" into GOP losses in the House during this year's midterm elections

Border Wall: President Trump brashly announced "I'm proud to shut down government" if the soon to be dominant Democrats in Congress don't fund his southern border wall

The American civil rights movements became necessary because minority groups in this country had enough of being bullied, marginalized and targeted by a society that punished them for being different. Whether it be the black or gay civil rights movements, or the movement to enfranchise and expand women’s rights, the goal was not for special rights, but for the ability to live our lives without threat and to enjoy all the rights to which every American is entitled

The terrorist attack in Strasbourg, France, on Tuesday, doesn't look too bad on paper. Two people were killed, one victim severely brain-injured, and six seriously wounded. But the attack is more serious than it appears

SCOTUS could begin dismantling the legal foundation of the administrative state

President Donald Trump told Democratic leaders in a remarkable on-camera clash he would be "proud" to shut down the federal government if he doesn’t get the $5 billion he demands for a border wall with Mexico

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