Scalise and four other people were injured last month when a gunman opened fire on a Republican baseball practice.
President Donald Trump is headed back to Europe hoping to receive a friendly welcome in Poland.
An artist used his tractor to transform a field into a giant portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of the Group of 20 summit.
The YouGov survey found that only 20 percent of Millennials consider themselves “very patriotic,” compared to 61 percent of those 65 and old…
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal says that this technology is available on some cars, but is not widely used in the auto industry.
North Korea claimed to have tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile in a launch Tuesday, a potential game-changing development.
A reports by State Auditor Suzanne Bump says the state’s healthcare system has significant disparities for low-income and minority residents…
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission approved nearly $600,000 in grants to put residents to work at local casinos.
Even some conservative states that voted for Trump say they can provide only partial responses based on what is allowed under state law.
Legislative leaders had earlier expressed confidence that a deal would be struck on a recreational marijuana bill by the Friday deadline.
Secretary of State Galvin’s office says they won’t share the voter registry with the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
“Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezkinski react to President Trump’s Twitter tirade against their show.
President Trump has proposed cutting the Food & Drug Administration’s budget by 31 percent.
Aides to the president call it the president punching back against his critics, despite his history of nasty comments about women.
President Trump’s travel ban targeting six predominantly Muslim countries is set to go into effect Thursday, but more legal challenges are e…
Republicans are making a last ditch effort to safe their health care plan on their own.
Visas that have already been approved will not be revoked.
Senate GOP leaders abruptly shelved their long-sought health care overhaul Tuesday, asserting they can still salvage it.
Leaders have been forced to retreat due to a GOP rebellion that left them lacking enough votes to even begin debate.
Republicans fight an uphill battle to get the Senate version of the healthcare bill passed this week.