President Donald Trump arrived Saturday in France for an international summit with the leaders of the globe’s economic powers as he confronts the consequences of his preference for going it alone, both in a sharply divided United States and an interconnected world.
In a case that likely will go on to the US Supreme Court, a federal appeals court in Colorado ruled earlier this week that the state's presidential electors do not have to back the candidate who wins the state's popular vote.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has completed radiation therapy for a cancerous tumor on her pancreas and there is no evidence of the disease remaining, the Supreme Court said Friday.
A Christian camp that got kicked out of their old campground after failing to raise $4 million in one month has found a new home.
David H. Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries Inc. and a long-time philanthropist, has died at age 79.
The White House is scrambling to deal with predictions of an economic downturn. Officials are projecting confidence while seeking solutions to stave off recession, which has Democrats running for president sensing weakness.
"No one is more qualified" to beat Donald Trump – that's the message in Joe Biden's six-figure television and digital ad buy in Iowa unveiled this week ahead of his sixth visit to the Hawkeye state.
America's debt is growing to levels not seen since World War II.
President Trump caused a firestorm of controversy Wednesday when he criticized Jews who support the Democrat Party, accusing them of disloyalty to Israel.
President Trump is standing by a new rule that would allow the government to detain migrant families indefinitely while their asylum claims are being processed, and critics are pushing back.