MLK-Lee Day is criticized by many who see it as contradictory to celebrate Lee, a Confederate general who fought to keep black people from voting, on the same day the country remembers MLK’s legacy of racial justice and integration.
The Republican presidential candidates are debating each other in Charleston, South Carolina, tonight, two weeks before the first voting begins in Iowa.
Haley opted for expressing a message of inclusion over anger in delivering the official Republican response to Barack Obama's final State of the Union — and she scored points with the party establishment in the process.
There is no precedent for taking away the highest civilian honor after its been bestowed but an Arizona lawmaker is trying to change that.
A state bill would require lawmakers or their staff to report sex with a lobbyist to the state Ethics Commission but would not require them to assign a specific dollar value.
Wading into the deeply liberal scene of Burlington, Vermont, the Trump campaign has issued 20,000 free tickets for an event being hosted by a theater that only has 1,400 seats.
Larycia Hawkins’ termination proceedings come a month after she was placed on administrative leave following a Facebook post in which she expressed solidarity with Muslims and announced she would start wearing a hijab.
The Republicans have picked the South Carolina governor to deliver the party’s response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address next week.
Obama unveiled his highly-anticipated gun control measures in an emotional speech today but experts are skeptical whether it will have a substantial impact on gun deaths.
The president moves towards taking action on gun control — but he may not manage to accomplish a lot.
The State Department released another trove of documents yesterday, but fell short of a goal set by a federal judge in response to a FOIA lawsuit by VICE News reporter Jason Leopold.
A woman in New York arrested after driving with a blood alcohol content four times the legal limit was let off thanks to a diagnosis of "auto-brewery syndrome."
Israel's Prison Service and Public Security Ministry began construction in August of a $1 million high-security wing that will house Olmert and other high-profile inmates.
The number of mass shootings in the United States varies depending on who's counting, but one thing is certain: There are more of them now.
A take-it-or-leave-it attitude toward reality became something of a badge of honor among the crowd of candidates seeking the presidency — and actively ignoring the facts didn't appear to undermine anyone's support.
The campaign is redirecting its resources to the primary contest in Iowa in a last-ditch effort to recreate Huckabee's 2008 win in the state's Republican caucuses.
The senator from Vermont just became the first non-incumbent presidential candidate in US history to receive two million donations at this point in the election.
National Security, Muslim Immigration, and Islamic State: What to Watch for in Tonight's Republican Debate
Tonight is the first GOP primary debate since the Paris terror attacks, the San Bernardino mass shooting, and the ensuing controversy over Muslim immigration.
Several prominent white nationalists in the US have said they “admire and respect” Trump, and that his campaign "has clearly been a benefit to us."
This is by no means the first time Trump has said something outlandish, especially about immigrants, but his latest statements may have provoked the most incensed response yet, in particular from the White House.