President Donald Trump previewed an end to the practice of “catch and release” at the border on Wednesday.
Is there anything New York City won’t ban? The city’s continued war on joy is now taking aim at chocolate milk.
Over the weekend, the New York Times relitigated the Kavanaugh sexual misconduct allegations by publishing a book excerpt from "The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation."
Over the weekend, the New York Times ran a story — promoted with a bizarre tweet — about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh that revisited some of the still-unsupported claims made during his confirmation process, along with a story that was “shopped to Senate Democrats” last year but not reported until recently.
An estimated 1,200 Flint Assembly workers streamed out of the plant along Van Slyke Avenue in their cars at 11:59 p.m. Sunday, marking the beginning of the UAW's first national strike since 2007.
In an effort to combat youth nicotine consumption, the Trump administration will move forward on a plan to ban most e-cigarette flavors from store shelves.
For more than a decade, Father Fonzie worked tirelessly at the Flight 93 Thunder on the Mountain Memorial Chapel, honoring the heroic patriots of Sept. 11, 2001.
Just in time for the 18th anniversary of 9/11, New York state approved a law mandating that schools observe a moment of silence on the anniversary of the attack.
Fifty attorneys general are joining an investigation into Google over possible antitrust violations, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the initiative’s leader, announced Monday.
Republicans are scrambling to avoid what would be a devastating loss in the special House election in North Carolina’s 9th District.
The nine-day hearing is the first time multiple Planned Parenthood leaders have testified in court since undercover videos surfaced of them harvesting aborted baby body parts.