Lawmakers cleared the measure easily and Trump signed it with just hours to spare before the shutdown deadline at midnight.
U.S. intelligence officials say Russian intelligence used WikiLeaks to publish stolen, damaging e-mails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Many career government have said there is a high level of uncertainty about job security and the missions of their agencies.
The National Security Agency said it will now limit such collection to internet communications sent directly to or from a foreign target.
President Trump’s proposed cuts to EPA funding could increase risk of children being exposed to environmental hazards.
Several civilian casualty incidents have led to questions whether Trump has eased rules of engagement and made it easier to bomb.
While it’s a difficult task to accomplish, Facebook is working to weed out state-sponsored propaganda without censoring its users.
The Massachusetts Pirate Party is one of 26 minor parties listed by the secretary of state’s office that does not have ballot access.
President Trump addresses the National Rifle Association, telling the group an “eight year assault” on gun rights is over.
President Trump warns a “major, major conflict” with North Korea could be on the horizon.
Joe Ganim spent seven years in prison on public corruption charges, but was elected mayor again after his release.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said China told North Korea how they would respond to a nuclear test.
Based on President Trump’s rhetoric on the campaign trail, observers thought the old Cold War enemies might be set to become allies.
Gentlemen, and lady, start your impersonations. 11 Trump imitators competed at the Los Angeles comedy club, the Laugh Factory.
A Massachusetts tax partner speaks about who stands to gain under the president’s plan, and how it affects the state.
Many everyday items are imported, from cars on the streets, electronics in the stores and even food in the supermarkets.
Less than 48 hours before President Trump hits 100 days in office, the threat of a government shutdown is back.
Putting a price carbon emissions could save lives and improve health, according to a new report released Thursday.
President Trump moved aggressively with promised executive orders, most of which have limited effect.
Conservatives who once opposed the bill are now supporting an effort to allow states to strip coverage of pre-existing conditions.