The Women’s Convention, a gathering organized by leaders of the Women’s March movement, apologized Tuesday for planning to have a male speaker address attendees for its opening night later this month, clarifying that he will not be headlining the event.
A recent study found that when presented with a list of common “microaggressions,” most racial minorities were not offended.
The Department of Health and Human Services defines life as beginning at conception in a draft of its new strategic plan, which would run from 2018 to 2022.
Virginia’s Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax, and his allies have slammed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam’s decision to omit Fairfax from recent campaign fliers.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan said Monday the high court has adopted much of the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s textualist judicial reasoning.
U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis this week asked Congress to halt pending legislation that would compel the U.S. to alert foreign governments when the Pentagon has decided to combat certain cyber attacks, according to a letter sent to lawmakers.
The older brother of Vice President Mike Pence officially formed the Greg Pence for Congress Committee on Monday, indicating his intention to run for his brother’s former congressional seat.
A new poll finds that voters agree by a wide margin with President Donald Trump that major news organizations “fabricate news stories” about his administration.
A chief deputy U.S. Marshal was caught having sex with numerous women at the office, according to the inspector general.
Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) recently said that “somebody should go to jail” over the Wells Fargo account fraud scandal nine days after accepting $1,000 from the company’s political action committee.