President Donald Trump indulged in a bit of self-admiration — and deprecation — as he took the podium to roars of approval at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday
Learn why Olympic figure skating coaches are wearing badges that say “Kiss and Cry”
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he signed a memorandum directing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to propose regulations that would ban some gun accessories, including so-called “bump stocks,” which dramatically increase semi-automatic weapons’ potential rate of fire
Former President Barack Obama took to Twitter Thursday, not only to offer his sympathy for the victims of Wednesday’s school shooting in Florida, but to call for stronger gun control measures
Japanese snowboarder Yuto Totsuka had a scary crash during the 2018 Winter Olympics men’s halfpipe snowboarding final
President Donald Trump has told Congress to release the controversial “Nunes memo” paving the way for the classified document to become public later on Friday
President Donald Trump touted the ratings from his State of the Union Thursday morning, tweeting that the numbers were record-breaking. But they actually weren’t
Members of Congress, including female representatives and members of the Congressional Black Caucus, honored Recy Taylor's memory by sporting red pins
Year one in office has been rocky not only for the president, but also for his elder daughter, Ivanka Trump
Breitbart News announced in a post on Tuesday that Steve Bannon had stepped down from his position as chairman
Sen. Lindsey Graham cracked wise about President Donald Trump’s “very stable genius” comment on The View Monday
Michael Wolff’s explosive new book about the Donald Trump White House will be published four days early because it is in such high demand, the book’s publisher confirmed on Thursday
When Tina Smith takes the oath of office Wednesday to become Minnesota’s newest senator, she will become the 22nd woman to serve in the current U.S. Senate — a record-breaking milestone
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin received the gift of horse manure for the holidays
Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore on Tuesday, becoming the first Democratic senator to represent Alabama in two decades
The card game had 150,000 people sign up for “Cards Against Humanity Saves America” an experiment dealing with wealth disparity
London mayor Sadiq Khan wants the city to add more gender-neutral public bathrooms, and make them more accessible for people with disabilities
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken spoke publicly about the sexual harassment allegations against him Sunday, expressing shame and embarrassment, but remaining committed to his work in Congress
George H.W. Bush has set a record for being the longest living president in U.S. history
After not getting satisfactory praise for his actions, Donald Trump tweeted that he should have left the UCLA basketball players arrested in China for shoplifting in jail
"I’ve yet to see a valid explanation and I have no reason to doubt the victims’ accounts,” Ivanka Trump also said
Within an hour of The Washington Post dropping its bombshell report that alleges Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore initiated a sexual encounter with a 14 year old when he was in his 30s, lawmakers within his own party were calling on him to step down from the race
Four women have told the Washington Post that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore pursued them when they were teenagers — between the ages of 14 and 18 — and he was in his 30s