At the beginning of 2016, a new law went into effect in Texas.
Top diplomats under former President George W. Bush received “classified” information on personal email accounts, says a State Department report.
You probably saw Concepcion Picciotto if you visited the White House over the past 35 years or so.
A Texas grand jury decided this week to clear the health care organization Planned Parenthood of charges that it sells body parts from aborted fetuses.
U.S. presidential candidate Ted Cruz has won the Republican party contest in the Iowa caucuses, the first in the United States.
America’s top diplomat was in Cambodia Tuesday on the second stop of his trip to Asia.
In less than two weeks, the state of Iowa will vote on its choices for the 2016 Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.
The U.S. East Coast is preparing for a major snow storm that weather experts are calling “historic” even before any snow falls.
Police are investigating threats against dozens of schools this week in seven U.S. states.
A day after lifting economic sanctions against Iran for meeting the terms of the nuclear agreement, the U.S. announced new, limited sanctions against several Iranian citizens and companies for helping Iran’s ballistic missile program.