The Texas border city of El Paso became a focal point of the nation's contentious debate over immigration Monday night, as President Trump and former Democratic Congressman Beto O'Rourke, a potential 2020 challenger, held dueling rallies to tout completely different immigration agendas
One of the two first Muslim women to serve in Congress has apologized for comments on social media widely condemned as anti-Semitic. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., said she apologized "unequivocally" following a joint statement released by House Democratic leaders calling on her to do so.
Sen. Rand Paul said Monday he will vote against confirming William P. Barr for attorney general, making him the first Republican to oppose President Trump’s nominee.
President Trump’s call during his State of the Union address for nationwide family leave led to applause from lawmakers and even a holler from one Republican, but conservative groups are sitting on their hands, fearing the president is about to create a new entitlement program that could quickly expand
Congressional negotiators revealed Monday evening that they've reached "an agreement in principle" on border security funding that includes more than $1.3 billion for physical barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border
In a Feb. 5 meeting between head of the Fatah Alliance Hadi al-Amiri and leaders from Muqtada al-Sadr’s Sairoon Alliance agreement was reached on cooperation to pass a resolution in the parliament to eject US troops from the country
If you are of the mind that President Trump is to blame for everything wrong and wacky in our politics, then last week was a very bad week for you
No president has ever visited here before. So, it was a pretty big deal when 14 local high-school students had President Trump in their classroom, talking to them Wednesday, all thanks to a Skype video call that Sen. Joe Manchin was having with a civics class
Virginia’s embattled lieutenant governor has urged authorities to investigate sexual assault allegations made against him, but hasn’t heeded calls to resign and it is unclear what comes next for the once-rising star of the state Democratic Party
Chinese President Xi Jinping is establishing a “new evil empire,” a top senator warned Wednesday, aided by multinational and even American corporations despite the Communist regime’s disregard for human rights