The House has passed a bill making sexual harassment training mandatory; staffers demand a better process for reporting allegations.
North Korea said it launched a “significantly more” powerful, nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile Wednesday.
President Trump heads to St. Louis today to sell the public on his tax plan, but the question is whether he can sell skeptical republicans.
Typical paper bags without handles would be free and businesses would keep all fee proceeds.
Baker made the pitch in a letter to Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley released by Baker’s office Tuesday.
One allegation was made against an intern whom Rosenberg says was no longer working for the Senate.
Trump’s speech at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in the southern city of Hyderabad was broadcast live throughout India.
Families of Navajo war veterans who were honored say they were dumbfounded that President Trump used the event to take a political jab.
President Trump heads back to Capitol Hill today to convince reluctant republicans to pass his tax plan.
Native American leaders have called Trump’s past attacks on Warren offensive and distasteful.
A DGA representative said Weinstein resigned his membership effective Monday.
Community clinics are worried that losing health funding from Washington will affect more than just children getting their shots.
Allegations of sexual misconduct overshadow the legislative agenda as Congress returns from Thanksgiving break.
The crush of unfinished business facing lawmakers when they return to the Capitol would be daunting.
The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau resigned Friday and named his own successor.
Politics over Turkey? Not this year, an Associated Press poll found.
Silent for more than a week, President Donald Trump all but endorsed embattled Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore.
22News was in Boston where they now have a target date for their new marijuana regulations.
President George H. W. Bush established the annual turkey pardon tradition in 1989.
As part of its “maximum pressure” campaign, President Donald Trump said the Treasury Department would impose more sanctions on North Korea.