US lawmakers are once again trying to use the annual defense spending bill to block the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees who have been cleared for release.
"Reagan saw America as a shining city on a hill," he said whereas Trump sees it as "a divided crime scene."
Clinton says she would “not allow” Kim Jong-un to develop a nuclear warhead, but experts say that will happen soon if it hasn’t already.
Clinton went from backing "debt-free" college remedies to a more straightforward, Sanders-esque plan to pour money into public universities.
By Tess Owen
Her woozy moment in humid, downtown Manhattan follows a pneumonia diagnoses on Friday. Clinton's doctor attributed the episode to dehydration.
By Joshua Hersh
9/11 families are looking for compensation, but a little newspaper in Florida wants to know what the feds aren't telling us.
In a two-page memo sent to FBI employees Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey defended the bureau's investigation into Clinton's use of an unsecured, private email server.
After a week spent attacking each other's foreign policy proposals, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump appeared one after the other at their first joint event.
A new study of 800 recent movies found that women and minorities were underrepresented in speaking roles — and to an even greater degree, behind the camera.
The spat began on Monday when a reporter asked how he planned to explain to Obama his support for more than 2,000 extrajudicial killings of drug suspects.
The FBI released on Friday files related to its investigation of Clinton's use of an unsecured email server to discuss classified information.
Islam Karimov's death was revealed by the Turkish prime minister on Friday, hours after the Uzbek government acknowledged Karimov was seriously ill.
Clashes erupted in the capital Libreville, with protesters setting the National Assembly building on fire on Wednesday night and riots breaking out in at least nine neighborhoods in the city on Thursday morning, according to Reuters.
By Tess Owen
The Jesuit university sold 272 slaves—men, women and children—in 1830 to pay off its debt
The Justice Department revealed Wednesday that the FBI turned over a previously undisclosed batch of deleted Clinton emails containing classified information.
By Tess Owen
The hacker known as Guccifer 2.0 struck again, leaking an internal memo from Minority House leader Nancy Pelosi's server.
By Jo Tuckman
Trump’s comments about Mexico and Mexicans have generated near universal distaste for the Republican Party candidate south of the border, as well as fear of what could happen if he is elected in November.