The Trump administration is moving to block unions from collecting federal funds directed to care for disabled people, which could cost labor organizations at least $71 million.
The Trump administration on Tuesday shifted away from its “zero-tolerance” policy of detaining all immigrants who cross into the country illegally as it worked to reunite families to satisfy a court order.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed full pardons for two Oregon ranchers serving federal prison time for setting fire to public land.
Democratic heavyweight and former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had perhaps the most scorching take Monday night on President Donald Trump nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Monday refuted the U.N.’s “unnecessary, politically biased, and factually wrong” report on poverty in the United States.
The Trump administration “set a new record” for dropping munitions on Taliban drug facilities in Afghanistan, according to newly declassified information showing a significant increase in American operations in the war-torn country since the White House announced a new policy for the region.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.) made a surprise announcement last month to run for Minnesota’s attorney general, and in a new interview he said he doesn’t care about the “career ladder.”
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is facing rebuke from a fellow New York Democrat and longtime political ally, for distorting—for electoral gain—the record and policies of the Trump administration.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the June 2018 jobs report Friday, showing payroll employment was up by 213,000 and many sectors added jobs.