Rod Rosenstein, a top federal prosecutor nominated by President Trump to be deputy attorney general, testified that he was "not aware" of any reason he couldn't oversee such a probe of Kremlin-led election interference.
Fully 68 percent of Americans want to keep what works and fix the rest, while just 32 percent prefer the GOP's repeal and replace approach, according to polling from Hart Research.
The justices asked an appeals court in Virginia to reconsider the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender boy who was denied the right to use the boys' restroom in his high school.
The requirement to use domestic steel for U.S. pipeline projects posed a potential conflict between the Trump administration's populist agenda and its pro-business stance. Apparently, business won.
President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declined Wednesday to commit to the long-standing search for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a shift favored by Israel's right wing that could spark ...
Big picture focus: This year’s update stresses “a healthy eating pattern” over the course of your life as opposed to focusing on individual nutrients or foods.
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter has been the most vocal, complaining recently that some allies are “not doing enough or doing nothing at all.”
If you have perused those year-end lists of hot destinations, then wondered how you could afford any of those places, this column is for you.
Think about it. London, on your own. And you can do whatever you want to do. Fantastic!
The lunch break at work is becoming a relic of the past — a trend some doctors warn is making us unhealthy.